Stormwater Project Coordinator
: Stormwater Project Coordinator - City of Memphis
Works under the direction of an Environmental Engineer to coordinate water pollution prevention projects to ensure that the City complies with local, state, and federal regulations and achieves pollution prevention goals.
Investigates complaints of storm water violations and prepares and presents written/verbal reports of findings. Creates ad hoc reports as needed and develops and conducts a variety of limited duration, scientific studies as required such as Total Maximum Daily Load, etc.
Assists in performing environmental engineering analyses including examining topographical maps and drainage systems to accurately investigate pollutants and place monitoring equipment. Assists in developing and reviewing engineering plans for the implementation of practices to minimize water pollution from sites. Conducts field investigations to collect data used in determining sources of water pollutants; extracts water samples from storm drains and streams for laboratory tests and evaluates data to determine compliance and to access pollution problems; enters field data into computer and produces various reports.
Inspects industrial and municipal storm drainage systems and outflow areas to ensure conformance with government regulations and permit requirements. Inspects pollution control equipment for conformance with regulations and operates various types of water monitoring equipment. Prepares and submits reports of daily activities.
Educates the public on water quality issues including giving presentations to and training community groups, facility workers, and school groups.
Researches and applies for grants/partnerships to increase the effectiveness of the storm water program.
Associate's degree in Earth Sciences, Chemistry, Environmental Engineering or a related field and four (4) years experience in environmental protection/enforcement of environmental regulations including experience using MS Office software; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. A bachelor's degree in one of the above fields may be used to substitute for two (2) of the required four (4) years of experience. Must possess a valid Tennessee driver's license.
$38,701.52 - $58,448.00 Annually
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