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Date Posted 10/05/18
AgencyAdirondack Park Agency
TitleEnvironmental Program Specialist 1 Trainee
Occupational CategoryOther Professional Careers
Bargaining UnitPS&T - Professional, Scientific, and Technical (PEF)
Salary RangeFrom $42986 to $56604 Annually
Employment Type Full-Time
Travel Percentage 40%
Hours Per Week 37.5
From 8 AM
To 5 PM
Flextime allowed? No
Mandatory overtime? No
Compressed workweek allowed? Yes
Telecommuting allowed? No
Street Address 1133 NYS Route 86
PO Box 99
City Ray Brook
Minimum Qualifications Eligible for a transfer or on the PCO - Environmental Program Specialist 1 Trainee eligible list.
Duties Description Incumbent duties may include, but are not limited to the following: perform independent field studies of proposed building sites; determine (under supervision) ecological impacts to biological resources and communicate these findings to landowners and other affected parties; render outlined findings in a legally binding permit containing conditions and limitations. In addition, the incumbent may undertake preliminary enforcement case investigation; develop focused and sufficient investigation file and recommendation for resolution; and conduct compliance inspections and establish local presence within enforcement territory. The incumbent candidate may also review and respond to inquiries from the public regarding potential Agency jurisdiction. These inquiries can be received in written form as a jurisdictional inquiry or as a phone or walk-in. Candidates must have good communication skills, both written and oral. These positions are interchangeable between other EPS1 titles found within the Agency in various divisions. This canvass will be considered for possible positions within the following divisions: Regulatory Programs and Enforcement.
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