Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District

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Air Quality Professionals - Specialist/Planner/Engineer

Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District
Sacramento, CA Full-time
Posted on March 15, 2019

The Sac Metro Air District has several exciting opportunities for qualified, enthusiastic individuals to contribute to the advancement of the District’s Community Air Protection Program (CAP). The Program, established in response to Assembly Bill 617 (AB617), focuses on reducing exposure in communities most impacted by air pollution. District staff has already been working closely with community groups, community members, environmental organizations, and regulated industries to develop a new community-focused action framework for community protection.

Program Coordination Division

The Program Coordination Division is tasked with air quality planning, air monitoring, rule development, emission reduction credits and emissions inventory as its core functions. AB617 has expanded program requirements in all of these areas. Program Coordination has openings for one Air Quality Engineer, one Air Quality Specialist and one Air Quality Planner/Analyst. In concert with the specific qualifications listed in the respective job descriptions, the most successful candidates will possess effective and clear writing skills, strong presentation skills, understanding of impacts of air pollution on public health, ability to demonstrate initiative, excellent organizational skills, familiarity or experience in atmospheric science and its impact on air pollution and quantitative skills including statistical analysis.

Transportation and Climate Change Division

The Transportation and Climate Change Division works with public, private, and non-profit partners to reduce emissions in the Sacramento area through incentive programs and land use development review. To ensure equitable and efficient implementation of these programs, the Transportation and Climate Change division is seeking an Air Quality Planner/Analyst and an Air Quality Specialist. Duties include reviewing complex policies, mandates, and funding sources, and developing, implementing, and auditing programs within guidelines.  Efforts may include the development and review of policy and procedure manuals, surveys, writing, editing and formatting various documents such as proposals, presentations, articles, brochures and contracts. Additional requirements include providing support with public outreach activities in the community and program website development, conducting site visits to encourage community engagement in low-income and disadvantaged communities, providing support for program development and future expansion. The individuals will be responsible for maintaining program information, marketing materials and business data and interacting with program partners, interns and contractors to ensure a quality and effective streamlined programs.

Typical schedule is 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Schedules will include some weekends and evenings and work hours may be modified based on program needs. All positions are full-time, provisional/limited term appointments. Length of service beyond one year will be determined at a later date.  

 

To Apply:        Visit the District’s employment page at http://www.airquality.org/About-Us/Employment

 

Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.