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This National Guard position is for a ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION SPECIALIST, Position Description Number T5002000 and is part of the Construction Facility Management Office, National Guard.
Appointment Type: Permanent
As a ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION SPECIALIST GS-0028-11, you will:
- Serves as the Environmental Program Manager for the ARNG/ANG and supported tenants which involves the implementation and monitoring of various environmental programs as outlined in ARNG/ANG regulations, directives and policy guidance such as: air and water permitting, Installation Compatible Use Zone Studies (ICUZ), solid and hazardous waste disposal and handling programs, pollution control, PCB disposal management, underground storage tank management , Environmental Compliance Assessment and Management Program (ECAMP), Installation Restoration Program (IRP), cultural and natural resources, endangered species, historical sites and archeology management, etc.
- Coordinates ARNG/ANG level facility environmental plans, programs and projects.
- Serves as the ARNG/ANG contact and spokesperson with local, federal and state regulators.
- Functions as the ARNG/ANG Environmental Management Coordinator and responsible for developing and managing the base environmental program to conform to federal, state, and local rules and regulations (e.g., 29 CFR (OSHA), 40 CFR (EPA) and 49 CFR (DOT)).
- Manages the environmental permitting process to include; air, waste water discharge, pretreatment discharges, drinking water, and hazardous waste storage disposal or transportation.
- Reviews all environmentally related actions on work requests, real property actions, and proposed changes for environmental impact.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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