Program ManagerSacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District
The duties listed below are examples of the work typically performed by employees in this class. An employee may not be assigned all duties listed and may be assigned duties which are not listed below.
1. Plans, supervises, and participates in the development, implementation and evaluation of multiple program activities, strategies, goals and objectives of a District work section. Programs supervised may include emission reduction credit, emission inventory; technical services including air monitoring, stationary source permitting, toxic hot spots, Title V federal operating permits; Title III federal toxics; stationary source field operations and asbestos.
2. Hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates assigned staff; oversees assignment of duties.
3. Coordinates section's technical activities to ensure consistency with state, federal and local requirements, and with other programs.
4. Plans, recommends and implements policies and procedures related to section's programs and activities; develops new procedures and practices to increase operational efficiency such as expedited permitting and application in-take.
5. Represents the District in hearings, in court proceedings, to the media, and before other public and private groups; responds to difficult inquiries and complaints.
6. Prepares the annual section budget and monitors expenditures; develops, prepares, monitors, and administers grants, contracts, and sources of revenue. Directs acquisition of equipment and supplies for section; recommends and justifies expenditures.
7. Develops and prepares a variety of position papers, articles, reports, memos, correspondence and other documents.
8. Participates as a member of, or technical adviser to, various public and private committees, boards, industries and organizations concerned with air quality management.