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Environmental Program Administrative Supervisor (210119)
- Kansas Department of Health and Environment
- Topeka (Full-Time)
Posted: Sep 22, 2023Closed
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has an Environmental Program Administrative Supervisor opening in Topeka. This position prepares reports and publications associated with the state Emission Reduction and Mitigation Plan (E-RAMP) which includes coordination and inclusion of greenhouse gas inventories, emission projections, and benefits analyses required by federal grants and trusts such as the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) programs.
Job Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following:
Directs the development and implementation of the state Emission Reduction and Mitigation Plan (E-RAMP). Leverages strategies, methods, standards, and federal guidance to implement programs to protect and improve ambient air quality for the citizens of Kansas.
Supervises and manages the activities of the Fees, Grants, and Trusts Unit within the Bureau of Air. Includes the drafting and preparation of budgets, policy documents, contracts, and routine reports related to state and federal fees, grants, and trusts. Provides technical assistance to staff, consultants, and stakeholders to coordinate the implementation of contracts and ensure contracts are completed and maintained in compliance with agency policies as well as state and federal laws.
Develops strategies and protocols to coordinate meetings with stakeholders, state and federal agencies, and other outside entities to develop or sustain relationships for implementing trusts or grants held by the Bureau of Air. Interprets, directs, and coordinates the application of those policies and guidelines with contractors, sub-recipients, and other program staff. Programs include but not limited to the state Emission Reduction and Mitigation Plan (E-RAMP) together with the federal Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA), and Volkswagen Settlement.
The minimum level of education and experience required to perform the job.
- Bachelor’s degree in environmental, agricultural, or natural sciences/resources and one year of experience in an environmental program/project area.
Licensing & Certification:
- Valid Driver’s License – Incumbent is required to have and maintain a valid driver’s license when operating a state vehicle, a private vehicle, or a rental vehicle for the benefit of the State.
Any additional skills, experiences, or qualifications that would be beneficial, but aren’t strictly necessary.
- Master’s degree in environmental, physical, social, or agricultural Science; public administration; or similar.
- Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access.
- Proofreading, editing, attention to detail.
- Ability to assemble data and prepare reports.
- Ability to communicate information to variety of audiences.
- Understanding of climate and environmental mitigation.
- Understanding of fiscal requirements for grants and trusts.
About the Position:
- Who can apply: Anyone (External)
- Classified/Unclassified Service: Unclassified
- Full-Time/Part-Time: Full-Time
- Regular/Temporary: Regular
- Work Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm (Flexible schedules available)
- Eligible to Receive Benefits: Yes
- Veterans’ Preference Eligible: Yes
- Comprehensive medical, mental, dental, vision, and additional coverage
- Sick & Vacation leave
- Work-Life Balance programs: parental leave, military leave, jury leave, funeral leave
- Paid State Holidays (designated by the Governor annually)
- Fitness Centers in select locations
- Employee discounts with the STAR Program
- Retirement and deferred compensation programs
How to Apply:
Specific instructions for applying, which might include submitting a resume, cover letter, list of references, or completing an online application.
- Please include the Job ID number (210119) when emailing.
Job Application Process: Only applications submitted within our State of Kansas Careers Portal will be considered.
- First Sign in or register as a New User at https://admin.ks.gov/offices/personnel-services/jobs
- Complete or update your contact information on the State of Kansas Careers Portal > My Contact Information page. *This information is included on all your job applications.
- Upload required documents listed for each specific job posting.
- Start your draft job application, upload other required documents, and Submit when it is complete.
- Manage your draft and submitted applications on the Careers> My Job Applications page.
- Check your email and My Job Notifications for written communications from the Recruiter.
- Email – sent to the Preferred email on the My Contact Information page
- Notifications – view the Careers> My Job Notifications page
$ $30.43 to $32.78