The Air Quality Engineer I is the entry-level class in the Air Quality Engineer series that allows the incumbent to develop journey level knowledge and abilities. Initially, under immediate supervision, incumbents perform the more routine and less complex assignments within an established procedural framework, where there are minimal consequences of error, including assisting more experienced engineers, while learning the permit evaluation process, standards, and procedures.
The Air Quality Engineer II is the journey level class in the Air Quality Engineer series in which incumbents are expected to independently perform the full scope of engineering assignments related to controlling industrial and commercial sources of air pollution, including special engineering studies and projects.
The Air Quality Engineer III is the advanced journey-level, lead, or specialist class in the Air Quality Engineer series. Incumbents in this classification perform permitting work of considerable technical complexity requiring in-depth knowledge of industrial processes and control technology.
PLEASE REFER TO OUR WEBSITE WWW.MBARD.ORG FOR FULL JOB DESCRIPTIONS, APPLICATION AND SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONS.
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter, employment application, and responses to supplemental questions to (no faxes):
Administrative Services Manager Monterey Bay Air Resources District 24580 Silver Cloud Court Monterey, CA 93940
Applications and complete job description are available at www.mbard.org or call 831-647-9411.
Due Date: Application materials are due by 4:45 p.m. on Friday, February 9th, 2018. Postmarks, faxes, and E-mailed applications will not be accepted.
REQUIREMENTS / EDUCATION
Air Quality Engineer I and II: Equivalent to the completion of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in chemical, environmental, or mechanical engineering, or a related field.
Air Quality Engineer I: One (1) year of experience in air pollution control engineering. Additional related coursework or engineering training may substitute for the required experience.
Air Quality Engineer II: Three (3) years of experience in air pollution control engineering or two (2) years of experience in a position equivalent to an Air Quality Engineer I with the MBARD.
Air Quality Engineer III: Equivalent to the completion of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in chemical, environmental, or mechanical engineering and four (4) years of experience in air pollution control engineering, or two (2) years of experience as an Air Quality Engineer II with the MBARD.
Additional Salary Information: Level I : $37.13 - $49.65 per hour in 6 steps
Level II:$43.10 - $57.62 per hour in 6 steps
Level III: $47.14 - $63.03 per hour in 6 steps
The Mission of the Monterey Bay Air Resources District is
to Protect the Public Health while balancing Economic and Air Quality Considerations.
The air district was created by the Monterey County Board of Supervisors in 1965. In 1968 Santa Cruz County joined Monterey County to form a unified district. In 1969 the state designated the counties of Monterey, San Benito, ...and Santa Cruz as the North Central Coast Air Basin. On July 1, 1974 the Monterey and Santa Cruz County Unified Air Pollution Control District merged with the San Benito County Air Pollution Control District to form the Monterey Bay Unified Air Pollution Control District. The District is governed by a Board of Directors appointed from the elected governing bodies of our member jurisdictions. The Board of Directors appoints citizens to the District's Advisory Committee as well as to the Hearing Board.