The Department of Natural Resources is dedicated to the preservation, protection, effective management and maintenance of Wisconsin's natural resources. We have three Air Management Engineer vacancies within the Bureau of Air Management. The first two vacancies are full time positions located in the Central Office in downtown Madison. The third vacancy is located in the Northern Region at the Superior office. The list established from this recruitment will be used to fill other vacancies that may occur throughout the State in the next six to twelve months. Therefore, if you are interested in areas other than Superior or Madison, you should apply now. NOTE: A criminal background check may be conducted on applicants prior to selection.
Duties may include the following: Review new and existing source air pollution control permits statewide. Perform engineering evaluations of air contaminant sources with respect to the state's air pollution control laws and rules. Take actions necessary to ensure compliance is achieved. Assist affected facilities, other governmental units and the general public in understanding the state's air management program. Achieve expertise in certain areas of air pollution control technology to fulfill need of the air management program. Take an engineering approach to problem solving and emission assessment and a general approach to air quality management. Work with department teams, the public, affected sources, local officials, other state agencies, and the federal government to accomplish work plan goals.
Deadline: Monday, August 27, 2012
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