About the Position: Serves as a Regulatory Project Manager in a Corps of Engineers District Office Regulatory Functions Program with responsibility to processes routine or moderate scale permit applications, investigate alleged violations of Federal regulations governing the use of the nation's waters which are under the jurisdiction of the Corps of Engineers, violations which have the potential of being environmentally sensitive.Learn more about this agency
Acts as permit processor for routine or moderate scale projects involving environmentally sensitive proposed activities. Reviews permit applications and supplemental material submitted with application to insure completeness and clarity of proposed work description. Coordinates with Federal, state, and local agencies, Indian tribes, and violators concerned with the Corps' regulatory involvement and acts as a point of contact for environmental groups and private citizens concerned with the Corps' enforcement program. Performs inspections of completed works involving deviation from Corps permits. Notes deviations from approved plans. Makes recommendations as to corrective, remedial or restorative actions to be included in Cease and Desists and compliance orders concerning deviations. Outlines procedures required to bring nonconforming activities into compliance with permit requirements.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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