New Position Announcement – Erosion and Sedimentation Technician
Position Title: Erosion & Sedimentation Technician
General Statement of Duties
The Erosion and Sedimentation (E&S) Technician will review E&S Control Plans, E&S Permits, and National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permits. The E&S Technician will also review Dam Safety and Waterway Permits (Chapter 105), and will administer the Dirt, Gravel, and Low Volume Roads program.
The E&S Technician serves directly under the District Manager. He/she is also accountable to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP) to meet the terms of delegation agreements pertaining to Chapter 102 (Erosion and Sediment Control), Chapter 105 (Dam Safety and Waterway Management), and Chapter 92a (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permitting, Monitoring and Compliance). This position is also responsible for adhering to the terms of the contract with the State Conservation Commission in the administration of the Dirt, Gravel, and Low Volume Roads Program.
This position is subject to the direction and wishes of the District Manager and the Board of Directors of the NCCD. When there appears to be a conflict between this description and the direction of the NCCD, then the instructions from the District Manager and the Board will control the actions of the E&S Technician.
A full job description is available for download below.
Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science, Geology, Soil Science, Civil Engineering, or related fields preferred. A minimum of one to three years combined knowledge/experience with erosion and sedimentation control and stormwater management is preferred.
Must be able to past the PA Child Abuse History Clearance (Act 151), PA State Police Criminal Background Check, and FBI Fingerprinting immediately upon hiring and every 4 years.
A valid Pennsylvania driver’s license is required.
- Bachelor’s degree in environmental sciences, geology, soil science, civil engineering, or related fields preferred; 3 years related experience; knowledge of stormwater management; and knowledge of GIS.
- Must be able to pass the PA Child Abuse History Clearance (Act 151), PA State Police Criminal Background Check, and Fingerprinting immediately upon hiring and every 4 years.
- A valid Pennsylvania driver’s license is required.
Please see downloadable document for all required knowledge, skills, and abilities requested for this position.