Salary: $17.89 - $28.05 Hourly
$37,217.00 - $58,341.00 Annually
Job Type: Full-time
Location: City of Casselberry, Florida

General Description Benefits Supplemental Questions

The Environmental Analyst I/II is responsible for the water quality sampling and testing to determine compliance with federal, state, and City water quality regulations and to ensure proper operation and maintenance of the Water Production Facilities in the treatment of potable water for the City of Casselberry. In addition, the Environmental Analyst I/II creates and delivers utility educational and outreach programs for the Public Works Department. This position also assists the Environmental Coordinator with compliance of the Oil and Grease Management Program and Pre-treatment Program. The Environmental Analyst exercises considerable discretion for independent decisions based on technical and professional knowledge.

HIRING RANGE: ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYST I - $17.8927 TO $22.3659 PER HOUR, DOE.

ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYST II -$18.6991 TO $23.3738 PER HOUR, DOE.

Examples of Essential Functions:

Provides maintenance of water sampling program to assure compliance with regulatory agencies. (60%)

Performs water quality sampling and testing to ensure compliance with regulatory guideline standards.
Collects various samples obtained from the City’s potable water distribution system and wells to determine concentrations, composition or other characteristics by an established sampling schedule to ensure water meets regulatory requirements.
Creates and maintains standard operating procedures and sampling plans.
Updates sampling locations as needed for various sampling criteria and events.
Creates routes and GIS maps to correspond with monthly sampling events.
Ensures required equipment is prepared, stocked and properly sanitized prior to sampling and testing.
Performs basic chemical tests (e.g. alkalinity, pH, chlorine, etc.) and follows Standard Operating Procedures for sample acquisition.
Performs quality checks and documents operational parameters including, but not limited to, disinfection residuals, pH, and alkalinity.
Analyzes sampling data to identify operational trends using tables, graphs, and charts.
Prepares necessary paperwork and reports based on regulatory agency guidelines of samples and test results.
Maintains records of all drinking water correspondence as determined by record keeping standards set by regulatory agency.
Creates and updates Consumer Confidence Reports.
Corresponds with regulatory agencies to ensure ongoing compliance with drinking water standards.
Collects monitoring well samples at designated locations within the City.
Assists with pilot studies and performs necessary sampling and analysis.
Responds in a timely manner to customer inquiries and concerns.
Opens and flushes selected fire hydrants to maintain optimal water quality.
Responds for sampling in the event of emergencies.
Responds to Boil Water Notices by notifying customers via Alert Seminole and through the distribution of door hangers.
Assists distribution and collection crew for clearance sampling requests.
Provides technical and professional support, guidance, and training to other team members.
Creates utility educational programs as well as performing outreach events. (25%)
Creates educational programs related to water utilities for the community and community groups geared for varying ages.
Performs tours of the Water Reclamation and Water Production Facilities for educational purposes to groups (e.g. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, etc.)
Creates and distributes educational brochures and materials related to water production and distribution, the oil and grease management program, and wastewater collection and reclamation.
Promotes water conservation activities.
Attends City and other local environmental/utility related events to provide educational resources and information to the public.
Provides utility related updates for the City’s quarterly newsletter.
Provides support and maintenance of the pretreatment and grease programs. (10%)
Conducts facility inspections of commercial and industrial facilities for the Fats, Oils and Grease Management Program and the Industrial Pretreatment Program.
Notifies facilities of permit renewals, violations, and delivery of renewed permits.
Conducts field visits to new restaurants, advises of the Fats, Oils and Grease Management Program and provides permit applications for required participation.
Verifies new business access to sewer system and determines permit requirements.
Assists with Fats, Oils and Grease and industrial pretreatment sampling.

4. Additional Duties and Responsibilities (5%)

Performs all duties and responsibilities in a manner consistent with the core values of the City, and consistent with City, and consistent with City and Department policies.
Follows safe working practices and has a working knowledge of safety practices and procedures.
Assists Public Works Department with special projects, as assigned.
Participates in department meetings, staff meetings and other related activities.
Completes the identified required or assigned training in a timely manner and applies acquired knowledge and/or skills.
Adheres to laws, regulations and policies of the City and of the assigned Department. Follows instructions provided by Department Director or their designee.
Maintains, preserves, retains, and disposes public records pursuant to FS Chapter 119.

5. Emergency Management Role

Participates as a member of the City staff as required to take action in the event of an emergency.
Acts in the assigned role to support the City in disaster preparation and/or disaster recovery efforts as described in the City of Casselberry Emergency Management Plan, supervisor or designee. As a member of the Public Works Department, the Environmental Analyst may be required to provide sampling assistance to the Department as well as perform duties related to restoring the potable water system, assist in the Message Center, and address customer concerns over the phone and/or in the field.

(These essential and additional job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed. Employees will be required to perform other job related marginal duties as assigned.)

Typical Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Environmental Analyst I

Education and Training: A minimum of an Associate’s Degree (A.A./A.S.) in environmental science, biology, chemistry or related field is required.

Experience: A minimum of one (1) year experience in water sampling or related field is required. A comparable combination of education and experience may be considered.

Certificates, Licenses and/or Registrations Required: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s license. A Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) check will be made to determine acceptance of past driving record.

Security Clearance: Florida Department of Law Enforcement background clearance is required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge (basic to advanced level) of local, state and federal regulations affecting work.
Knowledge of modern laboratory techniques and procedures to review water quality control/assurance
results.
Knowledge of current accepted sample collection methodologies.
Skill in effectively dealing with the public and other agencies in a courteous, tactful and impartial manner.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the public.
Ability to operate a motor vehicle.
Ability to maintain confidential information.
Ability to analyze facts, maintains records, prepare reports, and exercise sound judgement.
Ability (basic to intermediate level) to utilize ArcMap or similar GIS software.
Ability (basic level) to utilize Microsoft Office Suite, e.g. Outlook, Word and Excel.
Ability to support the mission statement of the City of Casselberry: The City of Casselberry is a community that provides high quality service through dynamic leadership, strategic thinking, prudent resource management, and effective partnerships with its citizens and businesses.
Ability to support the core values of the City of Casselberry.
Ability to support the vision of the City of Casselberry of a vibrant, affordable, diverse, and progressive community where citizens feel safe, enjoy their neighborhoods, and access their city government.

Environmental Analyst II

Education and Training: A minimum of an Associate’s Degree (A.A./A.S.) in environmental science, biology, chemistry or related field is required.

Experience: A minimum of one (1) year experience in water sampling or related field is required. A minimum one (1) year experience in drinking water is required.

Certificates, Licenses and/or Registrations Required: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s license, Florida Department of Environmental Protection License for Drinking Water Level C, and Florida Class C Industrial Pretreatment Certification. A Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) check will be made to determine acceptance of past driving record.

Security Clearance: Florida Department of Law Enforcement background clearance is required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge (basic to advanced level) of local, state and federal regulations affecting work.
Knowledge of modern laboratory techniques and procedures to review water quality control/assurance results.
Knowledge of current accepted sample collection methodologies.
Skill in effectively dealing with the public and other agencies in a courteous, tactful and impartial manner.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the public.
Ability to operate a motor vehicle.
Ability to maintain confidential information.
Ability to analyze facts, maintains records, prepare reports, and exercise sound judgement.
Ability (basic to intermediate level) to utilize ArcMap or similar GIS software.
Ability (basic level) to utilize Microsoft Office Suite, e.g. Outlook, Word and Excel.
Ability to support the Mission of the City of Casselberry: Committed to protect and enhance the quality of life within its community.
Ability to support the Core Values of the City of Casselberry.
Ability to support the Vision of the City of Casselberry: A vibrant, affordable, diverse, and progressive community where citizens feel safe, enjoy their neighborhoods, and access their city government.

Supplemental Information:

The work environment and physical demands described here are representative and not intended to be all-inclusive of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made when requested to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Work Environment: This position performs the duties in an office environment and in a field setting. When in the field setting, the noise level in the work environment is loud. Frequently this position is exposed to working outside in various weather conditions and working in or with moving objects/vehicles. Occasionally, this position will be exposed to moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles, slippery or uneven surfaces, noise extremes and traffic hazards.

Physical Demands: The primary functions require prolonged periods of standing, walking, sitting, bending, driving, using hands to handle or feel, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl and reach with hands and arms. Occasionally this position will be required to push and pull. In addition, this position may be required to occasionally lift and carry up to fifty (50) pounds with or without assistance. This position is regularly required to use vision, speech and hearing, with or without assistive devices.

Equipment/Tools and Technology Used: This position utilizes the following tools and equipment while performing the duties of the job: Desktop computer, desk phone, desktop scanner, copier, fax, printer/peripherals, cooler, colorimeter, screwdriver, backflow tool, crow bar, manhole magnet, sample bottle, lab equipment (burets, flasks, auto sampler, and reagents), spectrometer, and city vehicle.

Employee Infection/Exposure Risk Classification: Category III: Employee performs tasks that involve no exposure to blood, body fluids or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). (Wastewater sampling does include being exposed to bodily fluids). Persons who perform these duties are not called upon as part of their employment to perform or assist in emergency medical care or first aid, or to be potentially exposed in some other way. Tasks that involve handling of implements or utensils, use of public or shared bathroom facilities or telephones, and personal contact such as handshaking are Category III tasks.

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City of Casselberry
73745
10-14-2021
2021-12-13 08:05:00
Seminole County
Casselberry
Florida
Provides maintenance of water sampling program to assure compliance with regulatory agencies. (60%). Collects various samples obtained from the City’s potable water distribution system and wells to determine concentrations and composition.
17.89
28.05
Hourly
City of Casselberry