Provides support to various regulatory programs, including the water quality programs related to EAA rules, Subchapter F and G regulatory programs.
Assists in a variety of activities related to regulatory water quality programs, including but not limited to; reviewing Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Aboveground Storage Tank (AST) Plans, Water Pollution Abatement Plans (WPAP), Edwards Aquifer Authority Application for Major Modification (AMM) plans and other correspondence; contributing to the operation and maintenance of associated data files in the electronic data base system and on-site records; general EAA database and county property deed record searches; and performing other tasks as requested by the supervisor.
Must be currently enrolled as a student in a College or University with a minimum of 60 hours of college coursework and a minimum 2.5 GPA; relevant coursework in science, technology, engineering or mathematics; preferred experience in field investigations, data collection; knowledge of federal, state and local environmental regulations; effective organizational skills; ability to exercise initiative, independent judgment and responsibility; a valid driver’s license; and the ability to operate a vehicle.
Job performance may require: listening, seeing, sitting, talking, reaching, pulling or pushing; frequent lifting, balancing, carrying, grasping, handling of items and equipment weighting up to 50 pounds; occasional standing, stooping, bending, crawling and moderate to heavy walking in rough terrain requiring a high level of physical exertion; some irregular hours and long workdays and moderate levels of stress. Job may consist of up to 50% work in an office environment and 50% work outside that includes exposure to extremes in weather, rough terrain such as brush, rocks, and hills, and may also include exposure to hazards such as chemicals, insects, and snakes. Performance may also include work around construction sites, work along roadways, well drilling or other similar work sites.
Applications will be accepted through 4:30 p.m. Friday, April 25, 2018. Completion of an application is required.
Applications may be obtained from our website, www.edwardsaquifer.org, at the Edwards Aquifer Authority located at 900 E. Quincy, San Antonio, TX 78215 or by calling (210) 222-2204.
EOE/Drug Test Required