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Environmental Analyst - 2230

This is a contract position in Crane, IN Projected End Date:
07/24/2015Located near NSA Crane working with the Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center Environmental Protection Office supporting Air Compliance & Management Program & other tasking related to Environmental compliance.
Tasks include a broad range of environmental regulation knowledge & compliance oversight activities, which may include evaluating federal, state & DOD environmental regulations, meeting with customers, governmental & other project personnel to determine compliance requirements, permit actions, emissions estimates, & source reviews.
The candidate must:
have the knowledge & experience to work on problems of diverse scope & exercise independent judgment within generally defined practices & policies in selecting methods& techniques for obtaining solutions; make decisions that may have a direct effect on project schedules; interact daily with customers& peer staff members; and handle unusual & seldom occurring job events with minimal assistance.
Will also require support with internal local operations, facilities & other projects with environmental compliance needs/actions.
May also be required to attend conferences, training or other task-related opportunities to network with potential customers & present capabilities.
Overall Environmental Compliance & environmental project management experience will enable the successful candidate to accurately assess & manage diverse environmental projects.
REQUIRED:
Bachelor's in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Environmental Mgmt, or other technical field, and at least 4 years of related experience.
Knowledge of Air Compliance regulations.
Good oral & written communications skills, organizational skills, attention to detail & time management ability.
Familiar with PC Microsoft applications.
Able to work in a fast-paced environment & meet short deadlines.
DESIRED:
Experience with other environmental programs (RCRA, CWA, CAA, SPCC), DoD & Navy activities, permit application preparation & multimedia reviews.
Required Skills:
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