Website City of Greensboro
The Stormwater Field Services Coordinator position is responsible for various field service and field maintenance coordination efforts for the Stormwater Division including citizen response for drainage complaints and flooding issues, collection, and editing of the stormwater drainage system, an inspection of Stormwater Control Measures (SCMs) during the active construction phase, NPDES outfall reporting, environmental assessments, and project evaluation/reporting. This position serves as the principal liaison with citizens and coordination with stormwater maintenance personnel to resolve drainage and flooding issues, direct interaction with stormwater engineering and water quality staff to identify and implement stormwater best management practices at both site-specific and regional levels, along with coordination with other departments and the development community for the approval of SCMs to control and treat water quality and quantity.
- The Stormwater Monitoring Technician will be responsible for the collection and analysis of water quality data; routine inspections of stormwater control measures; investigations of spills and pollution complaints; as well as provide technical assistance to internal and external clients for the City of Greensboro’s Stormwater Management Division.
- In addition to those routine duties, this position will also be responsible for responding to citizen requests regarding water quality and runoff problems; assisting various agencies in the tracking of spills and/or sources of illegal discharges and dumping; identifying and eliminating illicit connections to the storm sewer system; enforcing the City’s stormwater ordinance; monitoring of streams during dry and wet weather conditions; conducting inspections of industrial facilities; maintenance and care of field sampling equipment, evaluation/analysis and management of monitoring related data, and the preparation of technical reports.
- This position must frequently utilize professional knowledge and judgment to interpret and apply local, state, and federal regulatory requirements for the protection of streams and the environment. In addition, this position frequently performs fieldwork in potentially hazardous locations such as streambeds and during inclement weather.
- Some work will involve occasional lifting (usually not more than 25 pounds) and carrying of equipment over sloped or uneven terrain. Some work is unscheduled and may occur outside the 8 am-5 pm standard workday.
Qualification & Experience:
- Bachelors Degree
- Related work and/or educational experience in the area of Pollution Prevention, Water Quality monitoring, and/or Stormwater Management
- Must be proficient with computer applications such as Microsoft Office, and/or related Office software
- Must possess excellent customer service and communication skills – both oral and written
- Valid Driver’s License
- Experience with Federal, State, and local laws, rules/regulations related to Water Resources and Stormwater NPDES permit requirements, and ecological health guidelines (“OR” obtain within one year of hire date)
- Experience with water quality and natural environment issues, aquatic biology, and technical data interpretation and analysis (“OR” obtain within one year of hire date)
- Experience in developing and preparing technical and professional reports for compliance recommendations (“OR” obtain within one year of hire date)
- Bachelors Degree in Environmental Science, Biology, Geography, Chemistry, Ecology, Zoology, Geology, or Natural Resources Related
- Experience in the area of Pollution Prevention, Water Quality monitoring, and/or Stormwater Management
- Experience and/or educational coursework in performing stormwater inspections of Industrial Facilities and Best Management Practices (BMPs) inspections.
Company: City of Greensboro
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Functions: Information Technology
Job Location: Fayetteville, NC, US
Application Deadline: N/A