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Updated: 01/16/2017

Positions Closing: February 5, 2018

Senior Environment Manager: Office of Program Support Recycling Market Development Program

The Senior Environmental Manager is responsible for overseeing the Recycling Market Development Program. The focus of the program is to promote to businesses the concept of using and producing recycled materials in their manufacturing process as a mean to increase their competitiveness in the marketplace. This supports the agency’s initiatives for economic stability of local recycling markets, and environmental stewardship of natural resources. This position provides financial and technical assistance to Indiana businesses, communities and recycling industries in order to increase recyclable material manufacturing and use of recycled content products. The manager meets with local businesses and communities on their needs and matches needs with specifications for the purchase or use of recyclable materials in their recycling efforts.

Positions Closing: February 2, 2018

Environmental Scientist 3: Office of Water Quality Compliance Branch

This Environmental Scientist 3 position is located in the IDEM Office of Water Quality Compliance Branch. The person in this position will report to the section chief of the Compliance Data Section. This individual will be responsible for reviewing and checking the accuracy of Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) results required by National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits. In addition, the individual will be responsible for entering discharge permits into the EPA ICIS data system, reviewing for completeness various reports submitted to meet the requirements of NPDES permits and assist with implementing electronic reporting.

Positions Closing: January 24, 2018

Grant Coordinator 1: Office of the Chief of Staff Finance Division

Establish and manage the timeline and necessary documents for creation and submission of the grant proposal, approval of the grant project through State OMB, creation of PeopleSoft projects and funding sources, and development of contracts and subgrants prior to the beginning of the Federal budget period.

Positions Closing: January 22, 2018

Environmental Engineer 2: Office of Land Quality Engineering Section

This position is in the Engineering Section, Permits Branch, Office of Land Quality. This position will be primarily responsible for evaluating solid waste, hazardous waste and confined feeding operation permit applications and cleanup for engineering and technical adequacy to ensure compliance with the environmental rules and laws to protect human health and the environment. This position will evaluate design, construction, operation and maintenance of units for sound engineering. This position will work with the Section Chief, program project manages and other engineers.

Industrial Waste Compliance Inspector: Office of Land Quality Compliance and Response Branch

This is an inspector position in the Industrial Waste Compliance section within IDEM's Office of Land Quality.

Positions Closing: January 16, 2018

Senior Environmental Manager: Office of Air Quality Air Enforcement Case Manager

This position exists within the Compliance and Enforcement Branch, Office of Air Quality, Indiana Department of Environmental Management. This position is responsible for compliance and enforcement work involving complex industrial and manufacturing sources of air pollution. This position evaluates assigned enforcement referrals, analyzes problems, and recommends a course of action to bring a violator into compliance, including gathering of evidence, and serving as an expert witness at adjudicatory proceedings. This position serves as a steel mill resource for the Office of Air Quality. This position is called upon to conduct special studies and projects when necessary.

Environmental Manager 2: Office of Land Quality Hazardous Waste Compliance

This position serves as an inspector in IDEM's Hazardous Waste Compliance Section. This program conducts inspections at businesses that generate, treat, store or dispose of hazardous waste or used oil. The inspector is responsible for assessing compliance at various types of facilities throughout the State, documenting the inspection findings and, when necessary, determining the appropriate action to be taken.

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