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Company: Kern Community College district
Job Title: Air Pollution Control District Division Manager-Planning & Outreach
Job Category: Project Management
Job description:  
COUNTY of SAN LUIS OBISPO

Title: Air Pollution Control District Division Manager-Planning & Outreach

Under general direction of the Air Pollution Control Officer (APCO), plans, organizes and directs the operations, activities and services of an assigned division of the Air Pollution Control District; coordinates and directs personnel, resources and communications to meet identified District service needs and assures effective and efficient division activities; supervises and evaluates the performance of assigned personnel; and performs other duties as assigned.

Incumbent will be assigned to one of three divisions as follows:
1. Engineering
2. Compliance & Monitoring
3. Planning & Outreach

Typical Tasks and Representative Duties:
(Not in order of importance)
- Plans, organizes and directs the operations, activities, and functions of an assigned division; assures District and public compliance with established local, State, and Federal standards, laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures related to air quality.
- Establishes and maintains division or major function, program and project timelines and priorities as assigned; estimates time, personnel and resource requirements for projects, operations and activities; calculates and prepares cost estimates; monitors progress of projects and modifies activities to meet established objectives and timelines as appropriate; reviews completed projects to assure proper quality control.
- Represents the District at meetings with the public, industry, and other agencies or groups; serves on various committees, commissions and task forces as required; coordinates, attends and conducts a variety of meetings as assigned; collaborates with other administrators, districts, personnel, and outside agencies in the development and implementation of division programs, services, projects, polices, and goals; makes oral presentations to public groups and various governmental bodies.
- Coordinates and directs personnel, resources, and communications to meet identified District service needs and assures effective and efficient division activities; collaborates with other administrators, divisions, personnel, and outside agencies in the development, implementation, and evaluation of division programs, services, projects, strategies, polices, procedures, goals, and objectives.
- Monitors and evaluates assigned programs for progress, financial effectiveness, operational efficiency, and capacity to meet District mandates, goals, and objectives; participates in the research, development, and implementation of division services, systems, standards, practices, programs, policies, and procedures to enhance division financial effectiveness, operational efficiency, and capacity to meet District mandates, goals, and objectives.
- Supervises and evaluates the performance of assigned staff; interviews and selects employees and recommends appointments, transfers, reassignments, and disciplinary actions; establishes work schedules, assigns employee duties, and reviews work to ensure accuracy, completeness, and compliance with established standards, requirements, and procedures.
- Directs the preparation and distribution of correspondence, staff reports, and informational materials related to assigned functions; review and evaluate documents submitted by governmental agencies, businesses, and outside organizations related to assigned programs.
- Provides consultation to District leadership, administrators, personnel, outside agencies, and the public concerning division operations and related services; develops and implements special project plans in response to direction from the APCO; responds to inquiries, resolves issues and conflicts, and provides detailed and technical information concerning related standards, practices, requirements, laws, policies, and goals; maintains current knowledge of laws, codes, rules, regulations, and pending legislation related to assigned programs and functions; modifies programs, functions, and procedures to assure compliance with local, State and federal requirements as needed.
- Directs and participates in the preparation and maintenance of a variety of narrative and statistical records, reports, and files related to services, projects, programs, compliance, personnel, budgets, financial activity, and assigned duties; assures mandated reports are submitted to appropriate governmental agency according to established timelines.
- Assists in the development and preparation of the annual budget for the assigned division; reviews and analyzes budgetary and financial data; controls and authorizes expenditures in accordance with established limitations; assists with obtaining grants and other funding as assigned; recommends adequate personnel and resource levels to meet division needs; develops and negotiates contracts as required.

Employment Standards:
Knowledge of:
- Applicable theories, trends, principles, practices, techniques, terminology, laws and regulations related to the assigned division
- Principles and practices of management including program and project planning, evaluation functions, and services of assigned division
- Principles and practices of data collection, analysis, and reporting
- Impact of industrial, commercial, agricultural, manufacturing and other applicable emission sources on air quality
- Principles and practices of employee supervision, training and evaluation
- Principles of budget preparation and financial controls
- Effective oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
- Current computer applications and office equipment
- Principles and practices of effective public outreach, including public speaking and communication techniques

Ability to:
- Plan, organize, and direct the operations, functions, activities and services of the assigned division
- Coordinate and direct personnel, resources and communications to meet identified District mandates, goals and objectives and assure effective and efficient programs
- Develop and implement special project plans in response to direction from the APCO
- Exercise sound independent judgment within general policy and legal guidelines
- Ensure proper and timely resolution of issues and conflicts related to assigned division
- Supervise, train, and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel
- Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others
- Collect, analyze, and evaluate research data, prepare reports, and make recommendations on new policies and procedures
- Provide consultation concerning division operations and related services
- Collect, interpret, and evaluate budgetary, statistical, and accounting data
- Communicate effectively both orally and in writing
- Interpret, apply, and explain rules, regulations, policies, and procedures
- Plan and organize own work and work of others for successful results
- Operate a computer and assigned office equipment

Education and Experience:
Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelorís degree in air pollution control, meteorology, biology, physics, chemistry, engineering (i.e., chemical, environmental or mechanical engineering), physical or health science, public health, city and regional planning or a closely related science field. (Job-related technical experience involving the application of air pollution compliance, monitoring, engineering or planning principles may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis. Possession of a California State Board of Registration certificate as a professional chemical, environmental, or mechanical engineer may be substituted for the required engineering degree); AND:†Five years of applicable air pollution control experience, with three years of the required experience at the lead level or above.

Licenses and Certificates:
A valid driverís license is required at the time of application. A valid CALIFORNIA driverís license is required at the time of appointment and must be maintained throughout employment.

Engineering and Compliance Division applicants must obtain a Visible Emissions Evaluation certificate issued by the State of California within the first six months of employment.

Other Specifications:
Subclass Recruitment:
Recruitment for these positions may be conducted according to the specialized qualifications of the position as determined by District management.

This class specification generally describes the duties and responsibilities characteristic of the
position(s) within this class. The duties of a particular position within a multi-position class may vary from the duties of other positions within the class. Accordingly, the essential functions of a particular position (whether it is a multi-position class or a single-position class) will be identified and used by medical examiners and hiring authorities in the selection process. This information will also be made available for review at the time of any recruitment for that position and at such other times as reasonably required.

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Employment type:
  • Full Time
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Degree: Unspecified
Experience (year): 0
Job Location: San Luis Obispo - California - USA
Zipcode: 93408
 
Post Date: 02/19/2016
 
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Company: Kern Community College district
Contact Name: Kern Community College district
 
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