Inyo County, CA Announces an Open Recruitment for:

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PROGRAM MANAGER
OR
SENIOR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PROGRAM MANAGER
Application Deadline: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

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DEPARTMENT: Environmental Health
LOCATION: Inyo and Mono Counties
SALARY: Manager: Range 78: $5410 $5675 $5963 $6261 $6574 | Senior Manager: Range 84: $6254 $6564 $6892 $7233 $7601 - (The above monthly salary is paid over 26 pay periods annually.)

**BENEFITS: CalPERS Retirement System: Existing (“Classic”) CalPERS members as of January 1, 2013, (2% at 55) – Inyo County pays employee contribution for current CalPERS members; New CalPERS members hired after January 1, 2013 (2% at 62) will be required to pay at least 50% of normal cost. Medical Plan – Inyo County pays a portion of employee and dependent monthly premium on PERS medical plans; 100% of employee and dependent monthly premium paid for dental and vision; $20,000 term life insurance policy on employee. Vacation – 10 days per year during the first three  years; 15 days per year after three years; 1 additional day for each year of service after ten years to a maximum of 25 days per year. Sick leave – 15 days per year. Flex (personal days) – 5 days per fiscal year. Paid holidays – 11 per year.

THE POSITION: This position will conduct all duties required of a Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA). The position is an equally shared position for both Mono and Inyo Counties, and the position is under the joint supervision of the Environmental Health Directors of both counties. Employee is in charge of all aspects of the day-to-day operation of the hazardous materials program and will conduct all aspects of the program. Depending on qualifications and experience, this position will operate with minimal day-to-day direct supervision.

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES,

Conduct inspections of all regulated hazardous materials facilities.
Manage and maintain the California Environmental Reporting System (CERS) software program, including keeping all
CERS facility information up to date, and the review and approval of all business plan submittals.
Prepare all budgetary requirements of the CUPA programs.
Oversee the CUPA permitting and invoicing obligations.
Maintenance and submittal of all required reports to the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA).
Development and implementation of CUPA enforcement program.
Investigation and appropriate response to hazmat incidents and complaints.
Coordinate with consultants and other agencies on clean-up proposals and environmental site assessments.
Maintenance and cleanup of paper files (CUPA).

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