Conducts, coordinates and manages environmental monitoring for drinking water, wastewater,
storm water, streams, fresh and marine water, combined sewer overflows (CSO), and biosolids,
application to forest lands. Monitors, investigates, analyzes, and reports data for regulatory,
legal and special study purposes. Develops and implements public education programs and
coordinates City’s Water Conservation Program.
REPRESENTATIVE ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Note – This list
is intended only to illustrate the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of
specific statements does not exclude them from the position. )
Collects and coordinates environmental monitoring data for drinking water, combined sewer
overflows, biosolids application to forest lands, streams and stormwater.
Operates and maintains combined sewer overflow monitoring systems to assure compliance
with federal, state and legal requirements. Downloads and archives combined sewer overflow
data from meters and rain gauges. Coordinates and/or designs site modifications with
appropriate divisions or contractors.
Compiles statistical data; analyzes and prepares combined sewer overflow and other water
quantity/quality reports or presentations as required.
Develops and presents Public Education programs for water conservation, combined sewer
overflows and stormwater.
Evaluates field and laboratory data to ensure quality standards are met.
Develops and manages databases for combined sewer overflow and water quantity programs that
will make for easy retrieval and quick analysis to verify compliance with regulatory and legal
Analyzes collection system operation and make recommendations for combined sewer overflow
reduction and environmental pollution prevention program efforts.
Develop environmental monitoring programs to meet new or existing regulations.
Represents City on advisory and education co