The Environmental Planner 3 administers the Office of Drinking Water’s planning program in an assigned region under the supervision of the Assistant Regional Manager. This involves being the facilitator between public water systems and local planning as well as lead the review and approval process for water system plans, small water system management programs, and other planning documents.
This position also represents the department and acts as technical liaison with watershed planning units, local government, and Department of Ecology, and coordinates and provides direction to staff on water resource issues.
A Bachelor’s degree or higher in planning, public administration, environmental studies, finance, economics, management, or related field.
Two (2) or more years of experience working with water utilities, water utility employees, or government drinking water programs.