State Project Manager – 02601
This work unit exists to protect human health and the environment through the evaluation of potential or confirmed releases of hazardous substances and remediation of sites under federal or state authority. The work unit seeks and fosters public involvement in selection and implementation of remedial actions which are: protective of human health and the environment; consistent with federal and state laws and policies; and technically sound, cost effective, and timely. Projects in this work unit progress through: discovery; site assessment; selection of appropriate response action framework (e.g., Superfund, Brownfields, Voluntary Cleanup); remedial investigation; alternatives analysis; decision documentation; remedial design; remedial action; and operation and maintenance.What you will be doing:
Investigates potential or confirmed releases of hazardous substances for: a) addition, if appropriate, to the National Priorities List (NPL); b) a response action through other federal or state authorized cleanup programs such as federal removal; state or federal Brownfields or state Voluntary Cleanup Program; or c) a determination that no further response is necessary. Evaluates sites by conducting Site Assessment evaluations and Targeted Brownfields Assessments. These evaluations are prepared in accordance with Superfund guidance and policy. Develops sampling and analysis plans, collects environmental samples, conducts research, assembles and evaluates analytical data, and develops reports for internal and EPA review. Provides assistance to entities seeking redevelopment of environmentally-impacted properties through the Brownfields and Voluntary Cleanup Programs. Provides state technical support, participation and management on assigned Superfund and Voluntary Cleanup projects, thereby ensuring the remedial action meets the state’s legal and policy requirements and is protective of human health and the environment, technically sound, cost effective, and timely. Conducts field oversight of cleanup activities to ensure the work is being implemented in accordance with plans and specifications and inspects completed sites to determine whether the remedy is intact and institutional controls are being maintained.
Minimum Qualifications, Substitutions, Conditions of Employment & Appeal RightsRequires current, valid licensure as a Professional Engineer from the Colorado State Board of Licensure for Architects, Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors.
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