Stormwater Careers

Current Stormwater openings:

Washington State

Thurston County Stormwater Utility is hiring

POSITION: Stormwater Inspector - Commercial (Water Resources Specialist II) SUMMARY: Thurston County Stormwater Utility has an exciting job opportunity for a mid-career professional as a Stormwater Inspector - Commercial (Water Resources Specialist II). This position independently manages the Commercial Inspection Program. The Commercial Inspection Program helps ensure the proper maintenance of privately-owned and operated stormwater facilities within Thurston County. This position requires broad experience in stormwater management systems and excellent communication and negotiation skills with business owners, other Thurston County departments, regulatory agencies, and the general public. 

 SALARY RANGE: $4,801.00 - $6,385.00 Monthly 

 DEPARTMENT: Resource Stewardship/Water Resources

 LOCATION: Olympia, WA 

 JOB #: 27R00771 

 APPLY HERE: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/thurstonwa/jobs/1926799/stormwater-inspector-commercial 

 CLOSING: 1/8/2018 5:00 PM Pacific

Snohomish County Planner Job

POSITION: Planner-PW (Pollution Prevention Specialist) 

SUMMARY: Snohomish County is seeking two highly motivated and well- qualified Planners to work in the Surface Water Management Division of Public Works, focusing on controlling water pollution sources at commercial properties. This position implements municipal stormwater NPDES regulations by providing technical assistance and recommending best management practices on watershed protection, waste storage and disposal, and spill response. Using creativity and teamwork, successful candidates will provide practical solutions to reduce and eliminate wastes. You'll protect critical water resources by advising local Snohomish County businesses on techniques to control sources of water pollution. We are creating a six-month eligibility register with this posting. 

SALARY RANGE: $62,487.72 - $76,023.12 Annually 

DEPARTMENT: Surface Water Management Division of Public Works 

LOCATION: Everett, WA 

APPLY HERE: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/snohomish/jobs/1895295/planner-pw-pollution-prevention-specialist 

CLOSING: 12/15/2017 11:59 PM Pacific

Department of Ecology Job

POSITION: Permit Unit Supervisor (Environmental Engineer 5) 

SUMMARY: As the Permit Unit Supervisor, this position directs the activities of, and is responsible for quality control of work generated by, engineers, hydrogeologists, and environmentalist serving as facility managers, and project managers for grants and loans, and information system specialties. This position also directs the issuance, denial modification, and cancelation of federal and state wastewater discharge permits, and related facility compliance.This position is open until filled, with the next screening on October 13, 2017. In order to be considered for the next screening, please submit an application on or before October 12, 2017. The agency reserves the right to make an appointment any time after the initial screening date. 

SALARY RANGE: $72,744.00 - $95,484.00 Annually 

DEPARTMENT: Dept. of Ecology 

LOCATION: Spokane County – Spokane, WA 

JOB #: 2017-WQ0636-07149 

APPLY HERE: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/1813674/permit-unit-supervisor-environmental-engineer-5 

CLOSING: Continuous


October 31, 2017

POSITION: Water Quality Manager
                                   
SUMMARY:

-Serving as the central point of contact for Pierce County compliance with NPDES permit.
-Supervising professional staff in NPDES program development, evaluation and assessment of program effectiveness and  compliance, and required record keeping and reporting activities.
-Administering appropriate provisions of the Clean Water Act as implemented by the Washington State Department of  Ecology.
-Ensuring program operations and policies comply with federal and state laws, regulations and guidelines, and with county ordinances, policies and procedures.
-Evaluating and making recommendations to departmental, Executive and Council bodies on level, extent, and degree of projects and programs necessary to obtain compliance with NPDES permit.
-Overseeing technical staff responsible for inspection of private storm systems, source control practices and Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) permit.
-Participating in preparation of annual budget requests, grant proposals, and administration of the annual operating budget.

SALARY RANGE: $91,355.07 - $118,141.48 Annually 
                                    
DEPARTMENT: Public Works

LOCATION: Tacoma

JOB NUMBER: 17-00359

CLOSING: 11/19/2017 11:59 PM Pacific




September 25, 2017

Contact:

Jason W Kelly, (206) 615-0494, jason.w.kelly@seattle.gov
Michael Jenkins, (206) 386-4024, michael.jenkins@seattle.gov

New Commissioners Sought to join the Seattle Design Commission

SEATTLE – Mayor Tim Burgess is recruiting to fill two upcoming vacancies on the Seattle Design Commission - one for a licensed Architect and the other for a licensed Professional Engineer, preferably with experience in stormwater management. Both positions will start their terms in March 2018.

Commissioners are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. The appointment is for a two-year term. Commissioners are eligible for a second two-year term. The 10‐member commission is comprised of architects, artists, urban designers, urban planners, landscape architects, civil engineers, a member‐at‐large, and one member from Get Engaged, the YMCA Young Civic Leaders Program.

Established in 1968, the Seattle Design Commission advises City officials on design excellence in City funded capital improvement projects, in the City right-of-way, or constructed with City funds. The Commission also advises the Mayor, City Council, and City departments on projects or policies that impact Seattle’s public realm. You can see the scope of our work at www.seattle.gov/designcommission.

Commission meetings are on the first and third Thursdays of each month and occur in the day. In addition, members may serve on commission subcommittees and represent the commission on other City boards or commissions. Commissioners work between 15-20 hours a month. During the term as a commissioner, and six months following the end of the term, commissioners may not contract with the city on any capital improvement project reviewed by the commission. Commission members receive an hourly rate as compensation for their service.

To be considered, please send a letter of interest and resume by December 1, 2017, to:

Mayor Burgess c/o:

Michael Jenkins, Executive Director
Seattle Design Commission
City of Seattle - Office of Planning and Community Development
600 – 4th Avenue, 5th Floor
PO Box 94788
Seattle, WA 98124‐7088


Municipal Stormwater Permit Planner (Environmental Planner 3)
Dept. of Ecology
$51,504.00 - $67,584.00 Annually
Thurston County – Lacey, WA
Job Number: 2017-WQ3879-07391
Closing: Open until filled - Initial screening will be on 8/29/2017


The Municipal Stormwater Permit Planner develops municipal stormwater management permits, and provides policy and planning guidance. This requires a comprehensive programmatic approach to managing the environmental impacts of urban stormwater runoff.

South Puget Sound TMDL & Nonpoint Implementation Specialist (Environmental Specialist 4)
Dept. of Ecology
$48,060.00 - $63,036.00 Annually
Thurston County – Lacey, WA
Job Number: 2017-WQ3858-04795
Closing:Continuous

As a senior inspector for the section in TMDLs, Straight to Implementation projects, and watershed assessments, the South Puget Sound TMDL & Nonpoint Implementation Specialist provides scientific and technical consultation to other agency staff, tribes, local and federal agencies including Conservation Districts, Dept.s of Health, Shellfish Protection Districts, US Forest Service, and the Natural Resource Conservation Service.

General Nonpoint Source and Shellfish Specialist (Environmental Specialist 3)
Dept. of Ecology
$41,436.00 - $54,384.00 Annually
Thurston County – Lacey, WA
Job Number: 2017-WQP904-04618
Closing: Continuous

This position works to eliminate nonpoint source water pollution by explaining quality laws and regulations to land owners and the public, and helping them comply with these laws. This position addresses land use impacts to water quality and shellfish issues, provides technical assistance, and performs compliance actions as necessary throughout Clallam, Grays Harbor, Pacific, and Lewis counties.



Senior Duwamish Engineer & Modeler (Environmental Engineer 5)
Salary  $71,316.00 - $93,612.00 Annually
Location  King County – Bellevue, WA
Job Type Full Time - Permanent
Department Dept. of Ecology
Job Number 2017-WQ4392-00544
Closing Continuous

The Water Quality Program is currently looking to fill a Senior Duwamish Engineer & Modeler (Environmental Engineer 5) position. This position will be located in our Northwest Regional Office (NWRO) in Bellevue, WA.  This position is responsible for pollutant modeling, permit issuance and management, engineering review, inspections and follow-up compliance actions that include formal enforcement, and the over-all control and prevention of pollution from industrial and stormwater sources in the Duwamish watershed in Ecology's Northwest region.

We are looking for applicants who possess excellent technical skills, the ability to communicate complex problems, and have the desire to work on some of the most challenging water quality permitting issues facing Washington State.


ERO Water Quality Section Manager (WMS BAND 2) 
Salary  $81,408.00 - $101,600.00 Annually
Location  Spokane County – Spokane, WA
Job Type Full Time - Permanent
Department Dept. of Ecology
Job Number 2017-WQ2584-01157
Closing Continuous

This position supervises 28 positions and has two work units. The work includes inspections and compliance actions for wastewater, stormwater and nonpoint source pollution discharges, water cleanup planning and implementation, and water quality financial assistance.  The Section manages approximately 600 water pollution discharge permit coverages, including permits for sewage treatment plants and industries, construction sites, municipalities, aquatic pesticides, sand & gravel facilities, boatyards, hatcheries, and water treatment plants.
 
We are looking for an experienced mid-level manager with excellent people skills and the ability to problem solve with large groups that deal with complex environmental projects, and who has great personnel skills and team management experience.
 
Stormwater Inspector (Environmental Specialist 3) (2 Positions)
Dept. of Ecology     
$41,436.00 - $54,384.00 Annually
King County – Bellevue, WA
Job Number: 2017-WQ42304231-04776
Closing: Continuous

The mission of the Water Quality Program is to protect and restore Washington's waters to sustain healthy watersheds and communities. Our work ensures that state waters support beneficial uses including recreational and business activities, supplies for clean drinking water, and the protection of fish, shellfish, wildlife, and public health.


Source Control and Stormwater Engineer (Environmental Engineer 5)
Salary  $71,316.00 - $93,612.00 Annually
Location  King County – Bellevue, WA
Job Type Full Time - Permanent
Department Dept. of Ecology
Job Number 2016-TCP4374-11276
Closing Continuous

The Toxics Cleanup Program (TCP) is looking to fill a Source Control and Stormwater Engineer (Environmental Engineer 5) position. The position will be located in our Northwest Regional Office (NWRO) in Bellevue, WA. The Source Control and Stormwater Engineer position serves as the Regional Toxics Cleanup Program's lead engineering specialist in source control, stormwater management and treatment for industries, municipalities and land development in the Section's largest and most complex cleanup site, the Lower Duwamish Waterway (LDW) project area. This position issues discharge permits, inspects and reviews engineered improvements for complex industrial facilities that discharge stormwater in the lower Duwamish project area. We are looking for applicants who possess excellent people skills, strong verbal and written communicate skills, and experience writing, regulating or implementing NPEDS permits, Industrial NPEDS permits and/or Stormwater permits.

Construction Stormwater Inspector (Environmental Specialist 4)
Salary  $48,060.00 - $63,036.00 Annually
Location  Clark County – Vancouver, WA
Job Type Full Time - Permanent
Department Dept. of Ecology
Job Number 2017-WQ2347-01545
Closing Continuous

The Construction Stormwater Inspector (Environmental Specialist 4) position serves as a senior environmental specialist, ensuring that construction sites comply with water quality requirements. We are looking for applicants who want to combine their strong communication skills with technical knowledge in order to work collaboratively with other government agencies, tribes, and the public to achieve Ecology's mission of protecting, preserving and enhancing Washington's environment for future generations.

Stream Restoration Seller/Doer
Environmental
Job Posting: May 1, 2017, 7:04:06 AM
Job Closing Date: Ongoing
 
Tetra Tech Inc. has an immediate opening for a Stream Restoration/Water Resources Seller/Doer to join our established and expanding restoration team. The qualified candidate will have a minimum of 13 years professional experience working on client networking activities, developing leads, identifying contracting opportunities, managing client relationships, writing proposals, negotiating contracts, and managing projects related to water resources and/or aquatic restoration projects.
If you are interested in joining our dynamic team, for immediate consideration submit your resume to Tetra Tech Inc., at www.tetratech.com.  Please mention the position you are applying for in your cover letter and include salary requirements. A Pre-employment drug screen is required.


Municipal Stormwater Permit Implementation Planner (Environmental Planner 3) (2 Positions)
Salary  $48,060.00 - $63,036.00 Annually
Location  King County – Bellevue, WA
Job Type Full Time - Permanent
Department Dept. of Ecology
Job Number 2017-WQ40760672-00535
Closing Continuous

The Municipal Stormwater Permit Implementation Planners serve as senior analysts, developing policies, procedures, and standards of adequacy for municipal stormwater permit-related policies and efforts. We are looking for applicants with expertise in water quality-related planning and implementation, experience developing, planning, and coordinating stormwater programs, and the ability to communicate with a diverse stakeholder group.

Stormwater Inspector & Compliance/Enforcement Specialist (Environmental Specialist 4) (2 Positions)
Salary  $48,060.00 - $63,036.00 Annually
Location  King County – Bellevue, WA
Job Type Full Time - Permanent
Department Dept. of Ecology
Job Number 2017-WQ41033999-01487
Closing Continuous

The Department of Ecology has a two exciting opportunities for environmental professionals looking to be a part of our Water Quality Program in Bellevue, WA. The Stormwater Inspector and Compliance/Enforcement Specialist (Environmental Specialist 4) positions focus on stormwater discharge from boatyard, industrial, and construction sites. We are looking for applicants who are genuinely interested in solving problems and gaining consensus amongst various groups in order to protect Washington's waters.

Stormwater Facility Project Financial Specialist (Environmental Specialist 4) (In-Training)
Salary  $48,060.00 - $63,036.00 Annually
Location  Thurston County – Lacey, WA
Job Type Project (limited duration)
Department Dept. of Ecology
Job Number 2016-WQP854-12940
Closing Continuous

Do you enjoy working in a collaborative work environment? Are you experienced in water quality improvement projects and looking to work for an organization that is dedicated to improving the environment?  If so, then the Stormwater Facility Project Financial Specialist position may be right for you!


Senior Engineer, Utilities (2 Positions)
Depatment of Utilities
$83,355.24 - $115,054.80 Annually
Bellevue, WA
Closing: Continuous

Bellevue Utilities is looking for two talented senior engineers to join our design team to support delivery of the Capital Improvement Program.  One of the positions will primarily focus on open stream and fish passage projects; the other will focus on constructed water, wastewater, and storm water utility systems.


Senior Program General Permit Writer (Environmental Specialist 5)
Dept. of Ecology
Thurston County – Lacey, WA
$53,016.00 - $69,648.00 Annually
Closing:Continuous

The Senior Program General Permit Writer is the senior program expert responsible for developing general permits, policies, procedures, regulations and guidance related to wastewater to keep our waters clean.We are looking for applicants who want to combine their knowledge of water quality laws with their ability to communicate effectively and work as a team to serve the State of Washington.


Senior Data Steward & Water Quality Permitting Specialist (Environmental Specialist 5)
Dept. of Ecology
Thurston County – Lacey, WA
$53,016.00 - $69,648.00 Annually
Closing: Continuous

The Senior Data Steward & Water Quality Permitting Specialist independently performs expert-level work with only administrative direction from WQP management. This position serves as the Agency and WQ Program expert and implements actions to address the most significant complex permit quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) and permit data management issues. This is an opportunity to help shape and guide Washington State's water quality permitting program.


Senior Program General Permit Writer (Environmental Specialist 5)
Dept. of Ecology
$53,016.00 - $69,648.00 Annually
Thurston County – Lacey, WA

The Senior Program General Permit Writer is the senior program expert responsible for developing general permits, policies, procedures, regulations and guidance related to wastewater to keep our waters clean.
We are looking for applicants who want to combine their knowledge of water quality laws with their ability to communicate effectively and work as a team to serve the State of Washington.


Senior Civil Engineer (Stormwater)
OFFICE OF THE CITY ENGINEER
Puyallup, WA
$86,808.00 - $111,120.00 Annually
Job Number: ENG-16-ADM-001
Closing: Continuous

This is responsible professional and administrative work in the Office of the City Engineer. Employees in this classification are responsible for planning, organizing, directing, coordinating and evaluating the work of their respective division. Careful attention to detail is required to ensure that projects and permit goals are completed on time and that work meets professional engineering standards and federal/state requirements. Work performance is reviewed for the quality and quantity of the results produced by personnel in the division. Errors can result in serious legal and financial consequences for the City as well as injury to the public. Frequent and considerable contact is maintained with engineering consultants, contractors, state and federal agency representatives, Council members, division personnel, City staff from other divisions and the public. Work is performed primarily in an office setting with occasional visits to sites in the field.  This position reports to the City Engineer and is responsible for leading the engineering technicians and other support staff within the division.


Stormwater Review Technician
Planning & Development Services Department
Skagit County, Washington
$52,624.00 - $66,955.20 Annually
Closing Date/Time:     Continuous

Reviews applications for building permits, land divisions, and other permits to ensure consistency with the Stormwater Management Manual and County code regarding stormwater. Performs field inspections to ensure stormwater facilities are constructed to permit specifications. Advises permit applicants on requirements of the County stormwater code and low-impact development techniques.


Municipal Permit Unit Supervisor
Dept. of Ecology
$71,316.00 - $93,612.00 Annually
King County – Bellevue, WA
Closing: Continuous

This position will be located in our Northwest Regional Office (NWRO) in Bellevue, WA. The Municipal Permit Unit Supervisor fulfills the mission of the Water Quality Program through permit issuance and management, engineering review, financial assistance, inspections and follow-up compliance actions that include formal enforcement, and the over-all control and prevention of pollution from municipal wastewater treatment plants.

This position is open until filled, with an initial screening on December 13, 2016.  In order to be considered for the initial screening, please submit an application on or before December 12, 2016. The agency reserves the right to make an appointment any time after the initial screening date.


General Permit Writer (Environmental Specialist 5)
Dept. of Ecology
$53,016.00 - $69,648.00 Annually
Lacey, WA Thurston County – Lacey, WA
Closing: Continuous



The Water Quality Program (WQP) is looking to fill a General Permit Writer (Environmental Specialist 5) position. The position will be located in our Headquarters Building in Lacey, WA.

The General Permit Writer position serves as the senior program expert responsible for developing general permits, policies, procedures, regulations and guidance related to wastewater discharges and the effect on the receiving environment.  In addition this position assists with general permit development, management and administration to support beneficial uses of state waters.

We are looking for applicants who are organized and have excellent written and verbal communication skills, a service focus, and the ability to work well with others in a team environment.


NEP Stormwater Project and Financial Manager (Environmental Specialist 4)
Dept. of Ecology
$47,208.00 - $61,920.00 Annually
Location Thurston County – Lacey, WA
Closing date: Continuous


The NEP Stormwater Project and Financial Manager position serves as the senior environmental section specialist responsible for project and financial management and oversight of pass-through grants funded through the National Estuary Program's (NEP) Stormwater Strategic Initiative (SI) Lead Program – to protect, preserve, and enhance water quality in the Puget Sound.

We are looking for applicants who are able to work with a diverse audience, able to handle competing priorities, have excellent written and verbal communication and basic stormwater management experience.

Senior Water Quality Engineer (Environmental Engineer 5)
Dept. of Ecology
$70,056.00 - $91,956.00 Annually
Lacey, WA Thurston County
Job Number: 2016-WQ1198-06803
Closing: Continuous


The Senior Water Quality Engineer position represents the Department as a registered Professional Engineer with responsibility for performing professional environmental engineering duties for the protection and restoration of surface and ground water quality in the State. This position is recognized and designated in writing by the Program Manager as the section's authority for providing expertise and essential environmental engineering technical assistance to staff within the section that are responsible for writing NPDES and state waste discharge permits.

We are looking for applicants who possess excellent people skills and have the desire to work on some of the most challenging water quality permitting issues facing Washington State.

Beyond Washington State Jobs



The Oklahoma Water Resources Center is Now Hiring a Research Specialist
 
The Oklahoma Water Resources Center is looking for a new team member to assist with development, implementation, and administration of projects and programs addressing critical water issues in Oklahoma and beyond.
 
If you have:
•       a Ph.D., M.S. or a Bachelor's (with three years' experience) degree in agricultural science,   engineering, environmental science, water management, or a closely related field
•       excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication and public speaking skills, good computer skills, superior organizational skills, and a working knowledge of monitoring systems and experimental design
•       the ability to travel as necessary for field data collection and meetings with stakeholders
    you might be just the person we are looking for!
 
The successful candidate will:
•       assess statewide, regional, and national needs, issues, and trends in water resources
•       plan and develop grant proposals to obtain external funding
•       implement and manage research and education projects
•       assist with data collection, analysis, and interpretation activities to support the Center’s efforts     and research activities
•       conduct education and outreach activities
•       work closely with the Center’s program coordinator to compile reports, prepare results for publication, and develop project Web sites.
 
Learn more about this exciting and multi-faceted position at http://water.okstate.edu/job-board.
 
Apply at https://okstate.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=8&id=4020


Watershed Coordinator
The Delaware Center for the Inland Bays


The Watershed Coordinator works under the supervision of the Executive Director and collaborates closely with Center staff. The Watershed Coordinator is an experienced planner who develops organizational partnerships that result in leveraged financial resources necessary for the large-scale implementation of the Inland Bays Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) including the Inland Bays Pollution Control Strategy (PCS).  He/she has a firm understanding of watershed ecology, particularly related to nutrient cycling, and works with the Science & Restoration Coordinator to ensure that best available science and technology drives plan implementation.


Engineer III – Watershed Management Capital Projects Division

Montgomery County Government
Department of Environmental Protection
Rockville, Maryland
 
Salary Range: $63,439 - $105,241
 
 
The mission of the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is to enhance the quality of life in our community by protecting and improving Montgomery County’s air, water and land in a sustainable way while fostering smart growth, a thriving economy and healthy communities.  DEP is seeking an experienced Engineer to provide construction engineering support.  The position resides in the Watershed Restoration and Stormwater Management Construction Section of the Division of Watershed Management Capital Projects.
 
The position provides construction engineering services support in ongoing efforts to comply with Montgomery County's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Discharge Permit (MS4) as it relates to the planning and implementation of stormwater facility and stream restoration funded through the Capital Improvements Program (CIP) in the Department of Environmental Protection. Duties include: engineering and construction contract management and review of capital project construction cost, schedule and quality control. The position is responsible for specific projects including new and retrofits stormwater management ponds, Environmental Site Design (ESD) and Low Impact Development (LID) projects, stormwater facilities, stream restoration and other environmental restoration.
 
The successful candidate must have the ability to work in a collaborative environment within a large organization with multiple priorities, and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
 
This position requires possession of a valid driver's license and the ability to drive a County vehicle to attend meetings, visit sites for field investigations, conducting surveys, and/or observing or inspecting construction, and performing other work at locations outside the office.
 
Occasional weekend and/or evening work may be required.
 
 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
 
Experience:  Three (3) years of progressively responsible experience in the design, construction, and contract management of stormwater management, ESD, and stream restoration projects.
 
Education:  Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Environmental, Civil or Water Resources Engineering, or related field.  Registration as a Professional Engineer may substitute for the degree.
 
Equivalency: An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted, provided such combination includes at least sixty (60) accredited semester hours (or an equivalent amount of accredited professional training) in engineering or related courses appropriate to the assigned position.
 
License: Possession and maintenance at all times of a valid Class "C" (or equivalent) driver's license from the applicant's state of residence or the ability to perform work at locations outside of the office.
 
 
We offer competitive salaries and excellent benefits.
 
To view the complete job announcement and to apply,
please visit our website at http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/hr/recruitment/applynow.html and then click on “Apply Now."
 Click “Search Jobs" and see the full job description under the “General Professional" Job Category.
Interested candidates must create an account in order to submit a resume.

The requisition number is IRC27822

This Recruitment Open Until Filled
 
All resume submissions must address the preferred criteria for the position,
which are listed in the full advertisement, preferably in a separate section of the resume.
 
Applicants are strongly encouraged to review the
*Helpful Hints when Applying for Jobs*
on the Office of Human Resource’s “Apply Now” webpage for important information about the County’s application requirements and process.
 
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