Bay Area Air Quality Management District

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Bay Area Air Quality Management District San Francisco, CA, USA
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (District) is a regional government agency, committed to achieving clean air to protect the public's health and the environment. The District accomplishes this goal through regulation of industrial facilities and various outreach and incentive programs designed to encourage clean air choices.The District's jurisdiction encompasses all of seven counties - Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Napa, and portions of two others - southwestern Solano and southern Sonoma.The District is currently accepting applications for Supervising Staff Specialist in the Strategic Incentives Division. The Strategic Incentives Division administers grant programs designed to fund projects to reduce emissions from mobile sources in the Bay Area. There is one (1) vacancy. This is an open recruitment for a full-time, represented positions.Under direction, supervises the staff and activities in the Strategic Incentives Division; and performs related work as assigned.DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICSThis is the first full supervisory level in the Staff Specialist series. This class provides both supervision and professional services in support of the District's goals and objectives. Successful performance of the work requires the use of independent judgement initiative within established guidelines. Incumbents are responsible for accomplishing program goals and objectives within policy guidelines. This class is distinguished from manager levels in that the latter have overall management responsibility for assigned programs and staff. Examples of Duties for this Position:Organizes, assigns, supervises, reviews, trains and evaluates the work of professional, technical and support staff; recommends staff assignment and provides for staff training and development. Advises staff about technical, regulatory or contractual issues. Supervises staff in research, administrative and technical activities necessary to achieve program objectives. Supervises the development of policies, procedures, manuals and forms; analyzes issues, prepares reports and recommendations. Reviews, analyzes, and administers a variety of grants, contracts, and other agreements in support of District activities; monitors expenditures and charges against agreements; prepares fiscal status reports for management; advises contractors and management regarding issues involving contract administration and interpretation; and prepares cost analyses. Supervises internal and external audits for programs and physical inspections to ensure compliance with program requirements; prepares and presents staff reports to the District's Board of Directors, and/or sub-committees. Provides liaison and represents the District with industry, attorneys, the public and other agencies to obtain and disseminate technical and operational information. Maintains computer databases and program records. Researches technical feasibility for new or revised programs; Develops and applies quality control and assurance measures to ensure the effectiveness of programs and appropriate application of methods in accordance with District policies, rules, and regulations. Supervises the preparation of Requests for Proposal (RFPs) prepares contract documents and other agreements using standard District procedures; and reviews and negotiates contract terms and conditions. Coordinates and facilitates workshops, meetings, and trainings on the technical application and interpretation of District programs, regulations and rules; makes presentations and develops supporting technical materials. Supervises and coordinates research and prepares and presents reports as assigned. Oversees the preparation and response to correspondence directed toward public and private organizations relative to programs; responds to oral and written requests for information about programs. Explains and interprets technical policies, rules and regulations regarding programs; gathers and prepares background information. Performs other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications:Education and ExperienceA typical way to obtain the knowledge and skills is:Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree and four years of experience developing and administering programs.Major coursework in engineering, chemistry, air quality, environmental science or a closely related field and four years of experience developing and administering environmental grant programs is desirable.Some positions may require more specialized education, training and experience.Other RequirementsSpecified positions must possess a valid California driver's license.The following are highly desirable: Willing to attend meetings outside of regular working hours; supervisory experience in a public agency. How to Apply & Selection Criteria:How to ApplyInterested individuals must submit a completed official BAAQMD application along with a chronological resume and the answers to the Supplemental Questionnaire by no later than 5 p.m. on August 17, 2018. Applications are accepted online. Please visit our website at www.baaqmd.gov/jobs to apply.Resumes are required, but not in lieu of the required application materials. Postmarks, faxes, and E-mailed applications will not be accepted.Supplemental Questions InstructionsIndividuals who apply for this position must respond to each of the required supplemental questions. Applications must be received by the Human Resources Office no later than the time and date specified in this vacancy announcement. The responses to the supplemental application questions will be used in accordance with the procedures indicated under the Selection Criteria section.Please limit your responses to one page per question. Do not combine your responses or reference your application, resume, or any other requested documentation that you have included with your application packet to answer a question. This information will be evaluated as is and may be used to determine those applicants with the most directly related experience, education, and training to continue in the selection process. It is very important to provide a concise, clear, legible, complete response to each question.Selection CriteriaSelection may be based upon a competitive examination consisting of a written exercise, interview, or combination of the two. Depending on the number of qualified applicants, an application screening and/or panel interview may be used to determine the most qualified applicants.The District may hire from this recruitment process to fill future vacancies occurring within the next 18 months.Persons with disabilities who may require reasonable accommodations during the application and/or selection process should notify the Human Resources Office at (415) 749-4980.
Bay Area Air Quality Management District San Francisco, CA, USA
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (District) is a regional government agency, committed to achieving clean air to protect the public's health, the environment and the global climate. The District accomplishes this goal through regulation of industrial facilities, regional planning efforts and various outreach and incentive programs designed to encourage clean air choices.The District's jurisdiction encompasses all of seven counties - Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Napa, and portions of two others - southwestern Solano and southern Sonoma.The District is currently conducting a recruitment for the position of Principal Environmental Planner in the Air Quality Section of the Planning and Climate Protection Division. There is one (1) position. This is an open recruitment for a full-time, represented position. **This recruitment has been extended until Friday, August 10, 2018. If you have already applied, you do not need to reapply for the position.**  Under direction, participates in the most complex environmental planning activities; performs related work as assigned.  Examples of Duties for this Position:EXAMPLES OF DUTIES (Illustrative Only)Coordinates or provides a lead role in developing new projects and programs.Provides project leadership for difficult, sensitive, innovative or critical projects.Coordinates and participates in research, administrative and technical activities necessary to achieve environmental review, planning and transportation/air quality program objectives.Monitors and evaluates legislation and other governmental actions relating to air qualitymanagement planning; develops recommendations for District regulations, policies and programs.Interfaces with local, state, and federal agencies regarding land use, transportation and air quality planning and environmental review.Represents the District and responds to inquiries from governmental officials, consultants, and the public related to environmental planning issues.Coordinates and participates in the preparation, review and editing of environmental impact assessment documents from other agencies; prepares District Lead Agency documents in accordance with relevant guidelines.Directs the preparation of non-attainment area plans related to assigned work.Analyzes issues, prepares reports and recommendations relative to land use, regional development, transportation planning and programming, and related issues; provides input into planned development's impact on air quality.Confers with personnel from other divisions and agencies in coordinating assigned work; meets with community organizations and other groups to encourage cooperative action or resolve problems. Minimum Qualifications:Education and Experience:A typical way to obtain the knowledge and skills is:Equivalent to graduation from a college or university with a graduate degree in regional, urban, or environmental planning or a closely related field and four years of professional environmental planning experience. Additional relevant experience may substitute for the graduate degree.  How to Apply & Selection Criteria:HOW TO APPLY & SELECTION CRITERIA: How to ApplyInterested individuals must submit a completed official BAAQMD application along with a chronological resume and the answers to the Supplemental Questionnaire to the District's Human Resources Office at 375 Beale Street, Suite 600, San Francisco, CA, 94105 by no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, Auugust 10, 2018. Applications are accepted online. Please visit our website at www.baaqmd.gov/jobs to apply or to download an application.Resumes are required, but not in lieu of the required application materials. Postmarks, faxes, and E-mailed applications will not be accepted.Supplemental Questions InstructionsIndividuals who apply for this position must respond to each of the required supplemental questions. Both paper and online applications must be received by the Human Resources Office no later than the time and date specified in this vacancy announcement. The responses to the supplemental application questions will be used in accordance with the procedures indicated under the Selection Criteria section.Please limit your responses to one page per question. Do not combine your responses or reference your application, resume, or any other requested documentation that you have included with your application packet to answer a question. This information will be evaluated as is and may be used to determine those applicants with the most directly related experience, education, and training to continue in the selection process. It is very important to provide a concise, clear, legible, complete response to each question.Selection CriteriaSelection may be based upon a competitive examination consisting of a written exercise, interview, or combination of the two. Depending on the number of qualified applicants, an application screening and/or panel interview may be used to determine the most qualified applicants.The District may hire from this recruitment process to fill future vacancies occurring within the next 18 months.Persons with disabilities who may require reasonable accommodations during the application and/or selection process should notify the Human Resources Office at (415) 749-4980. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Bay Area Air Quality Management District San Francisco, CA, USA
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (District) is a regional government agency,committed to achieving clean air to protect the public's health and the environment. The District accomplishes this goal through regulation of industrial facilities and various outreach and incentive programs designed to encourage clean air choices.The District's jurisdiction encompasses all of seven counties - Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Napa, and portions of two others - southwestern Solano and southern Sonoma.The District is recruiting for the position of Human Resources Analyst I/II in the HumanResources Office. There are two (2) vacancies. This Human Resources Analyst is a confidential, non-represented position.Under direction, performs a variety of professional and analytical human resources work related to recruitment and selection, employee relations, classification and compensation, employee benefits, training and organizational development, and safety and wellness; performs related work as assigned.DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICSHuman Resources Analyst I is the entry-to-journey level class of this series. Initially under direct supervision, incumbents perform a wide range of routine to difficult professional human resources duties within limited program areas. As experience and proficiency are gained, duties become progressively more diversified and difficult, until they are performed under general supervision at the journey level. This class may be alternately staffed at the Human Resources Analyst II level and incumbents may progress to the higher level after gaining experience and demonstrating proficiency sufficient to meet the qualifications for the higher level.Human Resources Analyst II is the journey-to-senior level class in this series, fully competent to perform a full range of difficult assignments in a majority of the human resources program areas requiring a higher degree of working knowledge, ability, and initiative. As incumbents master a broader scope of responsibilities they are expected to take assignments and projects that have a higher consequence of error from beginning to end with minimal day-to-day supervision while exercising significant initiative, independent judgment and decision-making. Examples of Duties for this Position:Develops and recommends recruitment, outreach and selection strategies and procedures that comport with merit-based principles and public personnel practices. Consults with hiring managers to determine their hiring needs and manage the full cycle recruiting process.Provides consultation to employees and management staff on HR policies, Memorandum of Understanding, Administrative Code, and other HR related matters.  Assists in the administration, interpretation and development of personnel and administrative programs, policies, procedures and legislative regulations.  Researches and analyzes programs, policies, legislation, and procedures of the District and provides analysis and recommendations.Maintains District's classification and compensation plan by conducting classification and compensation studies. Provides analysis and recommendations based on studies.Administers the District's benefit programs and ensures compliance with laws and regulations as well as reporting requirements.Develops and administers the District's training program; Consults with management and employees on training needs to enhance organizational and employee development. Administers the District's safety, worker's compensation, and wellness programs and ensures its effectiveness. Participates in all labor relations matters dealing with grievance resolution, complaints and investigations, meet and confer process, and labor negotiations. Works with employees and management to ensure effective resolution in all personnel-related issues.Drafts human resources related Board/Committee agenda items; develops and prepares supporting documentation and presentation materials; serves as subject matter resource at Board/Committee. Represents the Human Resources Office and the District in meetings, conferences, workshops, trainings and other forums.Coordinates and performs special projects and analysis on an as needed basis.Utilizes and maintains the District's Human Resources Information System and database.Assists in the formulation of policy, goals and objectives, and the annual budget for the Human Resources Office.May provide day-to-day lead direction to paraprofessional and clerical staff and review their work on special projects as assigned Minimum Qualifications:Education and Experience:A typical way to obtain the knowledge and skill is:Human Resources Analyst I: Equivalent to graduation from a four year college or university with major coursework in human resources, public or business administration, or a closely related field.Human Resources Analyst II: In addition to the above, two years of experience performing professional and analytical human resources work in employee relations and at least two (2) of the following human resources programs: classification and compensation, recruitment and selection, employee benefits, employee training and organizational development, workers' compensation and safety, and equal employment opportunities.Experience performing these functions in a public agency setting is desirable.Directly related experience may substitute for education on a year for year basis. How to Apply & Selection Criteria:How to ApplyInterested individuals must submit a completed official BAAQMD application along with a chronological resume and the answers to the Supplemental Questionnaire by no later than 5 p.m. on August 10, 2018. Applications are accepted online. Please visit our website at www.baaqmd.gov/jobs to apply.Resumes are required, but not in lieu of the required application materials. Postmarks, faxes, and E-mailed applications will not be accepted.Supplemental Questions InstructionsIndividuals who apply for this position must respond to each of the required supplemental questions. Applications must be received by the Human Resources Office no later than the time and date specified in this vacancy announcement. The responses to the supplemental application questions will be used in accordance with the procedures indicated under the Selection Criteria section.Please limit your responses to one page per question. Do not combine your responses or reference your application, resume, or any other requested documentation that you have included with your application packet to answer a question. This information will be evaluated as is and may be used to determine those applicants with the most directly related experience, education, and training to continue in the selection process. It is very important to provide a concise, clear, legible, complete response to each question.Selection CriteriaSelection may be based upon a competitive examination consisting of a written exercise, interview, or combination of the two. Depending on the number of qualified applicants, an application screening and/or panel interview may be used to determine the most qualified applicants.The District may hire from this recruitment process to fill future vacancies occurring within the next 18 months.Persons with disabilities who may require reasonable accommodations during the application and/or selection process should notify the Human Resources Office at (415) 749-4980.
Bay Area Air Quality Management District San Francisco, CA, USA
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (District) is a regional government agency committed to achieving clean air to protect the public's health and the environment. The District accomplishes this goal through regulation of industrial facilities and various outreach and incentive programs designed to encourage clean air choices.The District's jurisdiction encompasses all of seven counties - Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Napa, and portions of two others - southwestern Solano and southern Sonoma.The District is recruiting for the position of Executive Assistant to the CEO in the Executive Office. There is (1) vacancy.  This is a full-time, confidential position.  We are looking for a superstar assistant to join the Air District and provide high level assistance and support to the Air District's CEO / Executive Officer / Air Pollution Control Officer.DESCRIPTIONUnder direction, conducts the more complex, confidential secretarial and office administrative tasks for the Executive Officer/Air Pollution Control Officer; requires use of discretion, initiative and independent judgment; performs related work as assigned. Examples of Duties for this Position:Coordinates and provides lead support for organizing on- or off-site meetings, conferences and events; heavy calendaring; making room arrangements, developing and preparing agendas and required informational materials; may attend such meetings, hearings, etc., and prepare minutes.Receives and screens visitors and telephone calls, using discretion to provide confidential information and resolve sensitive complaints requiring the use of discretion, judgment and the interpretation and application of policies and procedures.Researches, compiles and summarizes a variety of informational or statistical data and materials.Draft reports and a wide variety of finished documents from notes, brief instructions, or printed materials; inputs or retrieves data and prepares reports; compiles and processes confidential materials.Initiates confidential or sensitive correspondence independently for signature by the CEOf; reviews finished materials for completeness, accuracy, format, compliance with policies and procedures, and appropriate English usage.Organizes and maintains various administrative, reference, and follow-up files; purges files as required.Follows up on projects, transmitting information, and keeping informed of pertinent activities.Makes appointments and maintains a calendar; schedules and arranges for meetings and makes travel arrangements; sorts mail and obtains related backup materials.Creates Power Point presentations and related materials for the CEO.Coordinates and assembles information from the Air District's management and executive staff, the public and other stakeholders for meetings of the CEO.Proofreads, uploads and approves materials to the Air District's website.Organizes own work; sets priorities and meets critical deadlines; ensures that such deadlines are met by other staff. Minimum Qualifications:A typical way to obtain the knowledge and skills is:The equivalent of an Associate's degree in business or a related subject andfive years of executive support experience which has included providing office and administrative support to a CEO. How to Apply & Selection Criteria:How to ApplyInterested individuals must submit a completed official BAAQMD application along with a chronological resume and the answers to the Supplemental Questionnaire to the District's Human Resources Office at 375 Beale Street, Suite 600, San Francisco, CA, 94105.  Applications are accepted online. Please visit our website at www.baaqmd.gov/jobs to apply or to download an application.Resumes are required, but not in lieu of the required application materials. Postmarks, faxes, and E-mailed applications will not be accepted.Supplemental Questions InstructionsIndividuals who apply for this position must respond to each of the required supplementalquestions. Both paper and online applications must be received by the Human Resources Office no later than the time and date specified in this vacancy announcement. The responses to the supplemental application questions will be used in accordance with the procedures indicated under the Selection Criteria section.Please limit your responses to one page per question. Do not combine your responses or reference your application, resume, or any other requested documentation that youhave included with your application packet to answer a question. This information will beevaluated as is and may be used to determine those applicants with the most directly related experience, education, and training to continue in the selection process. It is very important to provide a concise, clear, legible, complete response to each question.Selection CriteriaSelection may be based upon a competitive examination consisting of a written exercise,interview, or combination of the two. Depending on the number of qualified applicants, anapplication screening and/or panel interview may be used to determine the most qualifiedapplicants.The District may hire from this recruitment process to fill future vacancies occurring within the next 18 months.Persons with disabilities who may require reasonable accommodations during the application and/or selection process should notify the Human Resources Office at (415) 749-4980.