8297 Roosevelt Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32212 CITY/STATE: Jacksonville, FL FROM: 05/2008 TO: 12/2018 (retired 31 DEC 2018) TITLE: Environmental Protection Specialist PLAN/SERIES/GRADE: GS-0028-11, step 4 40 Hours per week ~~~~~~~~~~~~ SUPERVISOR: Joseph Beyer 904-661-5024 DUTIES: Management and monitoring of Hazardous Materials packing, storage and disposal. Environmental monitoring in accordance with applicable CFR chapters, NEPA and derived/associated laws and regulations. Germane additional duties as assigned.
- Environmental Protection Specialist at Defense Logistics Agency, DRMO-OEGA
- Customer Representative/Customer Service Representative (Spanish) at Internal Revenue Service, W&I
- Security Officer at Securitas Security Services USA, Inc
- Biologist at US Army Corps of Engineers-Planning Division
10 years, 7 months at this Job
- Master's Degree - Humanities
- Bachelor's Degree in Science - Biology
- - TRAINING
1178 Ellington Field Rd Houston, TX 77034 United States 07/2015 Present Salary: 55,289.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Series: 0028 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 9 Environmental Protection Specialist GS9 (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Designated in writing as the Environmental Protection Specialist and Pollution Prevention Coordinator by the Commanding Officer. Supervised 4 shop HAZMAT Petty Officers Manage Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Minimization Program to include a HAZMAT Pharmacy, and a Pollution Prevention Program. Ensure sufficient stock is maintained in the HAZMAT Pharmacy to provide for customer needs, based on a constantly evolving organizationsupplied list of type and specification of needs. Measure usage trends over a period of time; adjust order frequency to comply with minimization concepts. Review all procurement requests that include HAZMAT insuring that procurements comply with the HAZMAT Management and Minimization programs and goals, and that all products meet federal and state air quality regulations. Maintain a master Safety Data Sheet file for all materials used in workplace. Assign and monitor Point Managers in shops for compliance with federal and state regulations. Conduct Hazard Communication training for Air Station personnel. Maintain spill recovery materials and assist as on scene coordinator for chemical spills. Maintain the station Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) plan. Coordinate Spill Prevention training with local agencies. Maintain the station Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan. Write and maintain the station Pollution Prevention Plan. Act as unit Environmental Compliance Officer and attend Environmental Quality Committee meetings. Take part in Federal, State, Host Unit, Organizational or Agency Inspecting Authority, Contractor, and any other regulatory inspections. Prepare reports and submit to agency or authority. Write station instructions as related to compliance issues. Maintain financial plans, and budgets for the HAZMAT Pharmacy and consumable needs. Manage funds throughout the fiscal year, including monitoring balances, approving purchases and conducting quarterly and yearend analysis comparing budget to actual expenditure. Explore new products and methodology for compliance with Federal Executive Orders to minimize and eliminate waste streams. Maintain the HAZMAT Central and Satellite Accumulation Points and equipment storage areas. Provide guidance to shop supervisors on compliance issues and equipment use in accordance with applicable federal and state regulations. Write reports as required by Host Unit for compliance reporting. Contract vendors for various services related to compliance issues. Properly dispose of Hazardous Waste through local DRMO and other contractors. Working knowledge and understanding of the state and federal environmental laws which affect operations at the Air Station. Included in these are RCRA, FIFRA, EPCRA, CAA, CWA, and OSHA. Comprehensive knowledge of HAZARDOUS Materials and their characteristics. Knowledge of chemistry as it applies to Safety Data Sheet information interpretation. Ability to determine proper identification and condition of a broad variety of hazardous chemicals by visual observation, supply lists, Hazardous Material Information System, Hazardous Notification Lists, catalogs, manuals and technical publications. Knowledge of procedures to be followed in the event of a hazardous material spill or fire (HAZWOPER 1910.120 (q)(6)(iii) Hazardous Materials Technician Qualified. Knowledge of proper use of protective clothing and equipment. Develop technical manuals or other instructional materials. Review the written work of others for accuracy. Interaction with employees and management and directing a group to convey information to constituents/stakeholders outside the group. Experience collaborating with other organizations within and/or outside the Agency to successfully complete goals and objectives. Supervisor: LT Conor Madison (7135783060) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Houston 1178 Ellington Field Houston, TX 77034 United States
- Environmental Protection Specialist GS at U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Houston
- Unit Safety Coordinator/Hazardous Materials Coordinator/Facilities Engineering at U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Houston
- Branch Manager/Recruiter at U.S. Coast Guard Recruiting Office Seatle
- Aviation Gunner, Safety Coordinator, Hazardous Materials Coordinator at U.S. Coast Guard Helicopter Interdiction Tactical Squadron (HITRON)
3 years, 6 months at this Job
- Bachelor's - Social Science
Readiness Division DPW; Responsible for directing, planning, managing, analyzing and executing
environmental programs for 65 Army Reserve facilities and land for the state of NC and SC.
• Joined the US. Army Corp of Engineers and support the 81st RD DPW (Department of Public works) for North and South Carolina in there Environmental program for each state. Conducted Internal Environmental Protection Assessments (I-EPAS) and Staff assisted visits to Army Reserve Centers. Proactive in identifying RCRA issues and ensuring that they were resolved through excellent documentation and communication. Coordinate Waste pick up for over 55 Army Reserve Centers OMS and AMSA Shops through the Ft Bragg, Ft Jackson, and Cherry point DLA, (Defense Logistics Agency) continue to work on better solutions for Hazardous waste issues/ RCRA compliance. Completed the Transportation of Hazardous material/hazardous Waste for DOD (40 Hour) and the Defense hazardous materials waste handling course (DHMWHC) course (24 Hours). Coordinated a contract for a contaminated sand removal from the Winterville Army Reserve Center (NC026). Advised and assisted the Wilmington NC106 Army Reserve Center on the removal of an abandoned Underground Storage tank. Provided Technical Expertise and sampling of its contents to identify what is inside and what process for UST removal. Shipped Bilge water for Army Landing Craft Transports. (LCT) Processed multiple TCLP's sample for unidentified substances to ensure proper waste characterization.
• Conducted a damage assessment for units on Ft Bragg after Hurricane Matthew and inspected NC124 G-6 warehouse ensuring proper remediation and rebuilding process to recover from the flooding ensuring a safe and clean environment by working with the 81st RD Safety office. Completed staff assisted visits SAV's and Internal Environmental assessments (I-EPAS) for NC and SC two states. Wrote Detailed SAV and I-EPAS reports contributed to enhancing the standard for these reports. Site Visit schedule was regularly input into the 81st DPW SharePoint Environmental calendar. Provided copies of Army Regulation AR regulation 200-1, Hazardous waste checklist, and the Hazardous waste management plan to the assigned facilities in North Carolina and South Carolina, and provided technical support. Filled and certified the NC Army Reserve Centers for No Exposure Certificates under the (NPDES) program for storm water. Successful in using DTS Army travel system for travel and vouchers. Entered multiple CSS tickets for environmental issues. Mentored a team member who joined the 81st RD team for 3 months for the (aEPS) Area Environmental Protection Specialist position in the South Carolina assisted him in a staff assisted visit (SAV) to Charlotte NC100 and covered down on SC for over a year once the position was vacant due to the person getting a GS-13 position in FEMA. Assisted in Providing Environmental Compliance Officer Training (ECO) to personnel in NC and SC as needed. Reinforced standards of cleanliness and organization to enhance day to day activities and Environmental compliance and stewardship. Classified and managed the waste generator status of the individual Army Reserve Centers. Coordinated contracts for a Storm water permit in Knightdale NC.
• Date Award Earned Award Type Amount or Hours Award % Award Agency
• 08-FEB-2018 Performance Award $1125 Department of the Army
• 08-SEP-2017 on the Spot Cash Award $350 Department of the Army
• 14-FEB-2017 Performance Award $1069 Department of the Army
• Met all requirements for a step increase
- Environmental Protection Specialist at US Army Corp of Engineers
- Natural Resource Specialist at Texas Commission Environmental Quality
- Full Time University Student at
- Full time student at University of Texas at San Antonio
2 years, 7 months at this Job
- Bachelors - Environmental Science
- Associates of Arts - General Studies
07/2015 - Present
GS-0028/13, $104,703 per annum
Supervisor: David Barber, Assistant Chief, Environmental and Safety Division
Telephone number: (912-267-3322). Contact Supervisor: Yes
Presently work as the Lead Environmental Protection Specialist for the Environmental and Safety Division (ESD) at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC). Serve as the Program Manager for the Environmental Planning/Historic Preservation Program, the Environmental Team Leader and the environmental point-of-contact for the FLETC as a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) component.
Key duties include the following:
➢ As Program Manager for the Environmental Planning/Historic Preservations Program, responsible for the relevant National Environmental Policy Act and National Historic Preservation Act processes for all projects that take place on the FLETC campuses. ◦ Work closely with facilities, procurement, and training personnel to ensure that FLETC is in NEPA compliance for any Federal actions taking place on FLETC. ◦ Prepare Categorical Exclusions and Records of Environmental Considerations for approval by FLETC's Environmental Planning Program Manager to assure compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). ◦ FLETC liaison with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the coordination of the preparation of Environmental Assessments, Environmental Impact Statements, and Historic Preservation Act Section 106 documentation for submittal to State Historic Preservation Officers. ◦ FLETC liaison with DHS Headquarters for the Environmental Planning/Historic Preservation and Environmental Justice Programs' work groups.
➢ As the Environmental Team Leader, responsible for the oversight of the environmental programs for all four FLETC campuses to ensure compliance with all applicable Federal, State, and local environmental regulations.
➢ Team leader for environmental investigations for compliance with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the State of Georgia Environmental Protection Division.
➢ Level II Contracting Officer Representative.
➢ Considered a subject matter expert in the following areas: ◦ The use and proper storage of hazardous materials ◦ Interpretation of Federal and several states' environmental laws and regulations. ◦ Interpretation of analytical results and reports of environmental investigations. ◦ The writing and reviewing of final environmental reports prior to submittal to EPA and/or the state of Georgia EPD as well as making recommendations of different avenues of inquiry during environmental investigations. ◦ Interpretation of industrial hygiene analytical data and reports.
➢ Twenty-five years' experience in tracking project report timelines and deadlines, holding times for environmental samples, tracking project analytical services funding, and timely reporting of final reports as required for regulatory compliance.
- Lead Environmental Protection Specialist at Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers
- Environmental Protection Specialist at Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers
- Chemist at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Alaska District
- Chemist at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Savannah District
3 years, 6 months at this Job
- - Chemistry
- Graduate Certificate in Industrial Hygiene - Industrial Hygiene
- Bachelor's Degree
07/2015 - Present GS-0028/13, $104,703 per annum Supervisor: David Barber, Assistant Chief, Environmental and Safety Division Telephone number: (912-267-3322). Contact Supervisor: Yes Presently work as the Lead Environmental Protection Specialist for the Environmental and Safety Division (ESD) at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC). Serve as the Program Manager for the Environmental Planning/Historic Preservation Program, the Environmental Team Leader and the environmental point-of-contact for the FLETC as a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) component. Key duties include the following: Ø As Program Manager for the Environmental Planning/Historic Preservations Program, responsible for the relevant National Environmental Policy Act and National Historic Preservation Act processes for all projects that take place on the FLETC campuses. o Work closely with facilities, procurement, and training personnel to ensure that FLETC is in NEPA compliance for any Federal actions taking place on FLETC. o Prepare Categorical Exclusions and Records of Environmental Considerations for approval by FLETC's Environmental Planning Program Manager to assure compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). o FLETC liaison with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the coordination of the preparation of Environmental Assessments, Environmental Impact Statements, and Historic Preservation Act Section 106 documentation for submittal to State Historic Preservation Officers. o FLETC liaison with DHS Headquarters for the Environmental Planning/Historic Preservation and Environmental Justice Programs' work groups. Ø As the Environmental Team Leader, responsible for the oversight of the environmental programs for all four FLETC campuses to ensure compliance with all applicable Federal, State, and local environmental regulations. Ø Team leader for environmental investigations for compliance with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the State of Georgia Environmental Protection Division. Ø Level II Contracting Officer Representative. Ø Serve on the FLETC Devolution Team for DHS Continuity of Operations. Ø Member of the DHS Surge Capacity Force. o Worked in Texas after Hurricane Harvey. Ø Considered a subject matter expert in the following areas: o The use and proper storage of hazardous materials o Interpretation of Federal and several states' environmental laws and regulations. o Interpretation of analytical results and reports of environmental investigations. o The writing and reviewing of final environmental reports prior to submittal to EPA and/or the state of Georgia EPD as well as making recommendations of different avenues of inquiry during environmental investigations. o Interpretation of industrial hygiene analytical data and reports. Ø Twenty-five years' experience in tracking project report timelines and deadlines, holding times for environmental samples, tracking project analytical services funding, and timely reporting of final reports as required for regulatory compliance.
- Lead Environmental Protection Specialist at Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers
- Environmental Protection Specialist at ESD) at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC)
- Chemist at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Alaska District
- Chemist at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Savannah District
3 years, 6 months at this Job
- Graduate Certificate in Industrial Hygiene - Chemistry
- Bachelor's Degree
Role: Sr. Environmental Protection Specialist; 11/2017 - Present Technical Responsibilities: · Project and team management for compliance assessments under federal and state regulations and federal policies including National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Executive Orders 11988, 11990, and 12898; Clean Water Act (CWA) ; Endangered Species Act (ESA); etc. · Background check and Security Clearance through the Department of Homeland Security. Notable Achievements: Developed MS Access database to track environmental and historic preservation risk for 42,000 damage sites.
- Sr. Environmental Protection Specialist at Department of Homeland Security - FEMA
- Principal Consultant at Oak Advising & Consulting, Inc.
- Manager IV, Sr. Environmental Risk & Compliance Specialist at Ernst & Young
- Manager III, Lead Environmental Specialist, National Practice Subject Matter Expert at Deloitte Financial Advisory Services
1 year, 2 months at this Job
- MS - Environmental Sciences (Ecotoxicology)
- BS - Biological Sciences
• Organize, communicate and build relationships within a diverse regional partnership leading and directing the restoration of the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
• Manage multi-agency, 10-person team to design and execute a biennial Strategy Review System that implements adaptive management in 31 different work areas. Track tasks, manage organizational change, and strategize around new direction.
• Coordinate environmental indicator updates. Review data and analysis & methods documentation. Ensure appropriate communication of scientific information.
• Convene teams of monitoring, communications, and subject matter experts to create new indicators of progress for environmental and social outcomes. Received 2017 Bronze Medal Award as member of Diversity Demographic Profile team.
• Manage over $16 million in state implementation and accountability & regulatory program grants. Review work plans for appropriate and measurable objectives, ensure accurate and appropriate budgets (annual and full), and evaluate semi-annual progress toward objectives.
• Liaise with planning offices to provide data, input on budget and guidance documents, and assurances in compliance with Federal Managers Financial Integrity Act.
• Explore opportunities to learn about finance and balance with a full workload o Orchestrate 1.5 hour finance session at March 2019 biennial strategy review meeting o Research Louisiana's approach in financing their Coastal Master Plan o Volunteered to draft an Agency response to an emerging EPA Environmental Finance Advisory Board report
- Coordinator, Environmental Protection Specialist at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Chesapeake Bay Program Office
- Environmental Protection Specialist at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Regulatory Management Division
2 years, 11 months at this Job
- Bachelor of Arts - Political Science and International Studies
- - Environmental
76522 40 hrs/wk Duties: Environmental Protection Specialist for the Department of Natural Resources on Fort Hood, by conducting wildlife management activities including deer surveys, feral hog control and pest management. Provided quarterly safety training to the Natural Resource Management Branch. Performed a variety of Microsoft computer software support including Word, Excel, Outlook, and arcGIS, operated computers to facilitate data entry, charts, tables and preparation of documents Assist in the collection and processing of biological data and samples from wild game, feral hogs, freshwater mussels, freshwater fish, and monarch butterflies. Supported staff with onsite visits to a designated WOTUS site to prepare for delineation. Provide professional support to project managers in developing and implementing the wildlife management plans and technical support to projects for various wildlife management programs. Collect and analyze field data including identification of freshwater mussels, butterflies, and native flora. Support the Adaptive and Integrative Management Team in capturing, tagging and data collection on over 2,700 migrating monarchs. Performed milkweed and butterfly counts to over 30 transects throughout the Fort Hood Installation. Maintain computerized files for wildlife management program. Interact with hunters to collect permits and hunting license to check for accuracy and proper documentation. Reviewed dig permits for distribution to appropriate Natural Resource team members. Reviewed the paper "Using Multi-scale Behavioral Investigations to Inform Wild Pigs Population management" for publication. Participated in a year study to assess the rodent population throughout the Fort Hood Cantonment. Maintain data collection process for tracking dig permits and supply orders. Manage SDS documents for three buildings including the hazardous material locker for Natural Resource Department. Team awarded volunteers in the community's award. Proficient with GPS and navigational devices as well as water and wind gauges. Reviewed the National Environmental Policy Act process with military projects. Assist Staff with various administrative issues as needed.
- Environmental Protection Specialist at University of Illinois
- Project Coordinator at URS Corporation
- Office Manager at Alaska State Parks
- Office Manager at URS Corporation
1 year, 10 months at this Job
- Bachelors of Science degree
- Associates Degree of Science
1200 Sixth Avenue, Suite 900 Seattle, WA 98101
Supervisor: Wally Moon (206) 553-7299
40 hours per week $120,468 per year
Environmental Protection Specialist/Site Assessment Manager, GS-0028-13: Provided oversight and implementation of CERCLA individual site assessments while exercising leadership and providing senior
level technical and policy analysis in several key areas including senior level policy and guidance, as well
as investigation, cleanup and interagency coordination with respect to: 1) hundreds of Formerly Used
Defense Sites (FUDS) in Alaska and other EPA Region 10 states, including the Trans Alaska Pipeline
corridor, multiple current and former military fuel depots, and a multitude sites with above ground and underground fuel storage tanks; 2) coordination with federal, state and tribal partners on the
evaluation, prioritization and cleanup of hundreds of Federal Facilities, many of which involving
assessment of non-point source impacts from abandoned mines on federally managed forest lands; 3)
placement of sites on the National Priorities List (NPL) for cleanup, as well as senior level oversite of NPL
policy, guidance, modeling and process issues; and 4) overall CERCLA assessment leadership on mining
sector policy, guidance and implementation.
• Led and rapidly expanded the role of EPA Region 10 in the assessment, prioritization and cleanup of hundreds of Formerly Used Defense Sites, coordinating directly with states, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, military services, tribes, and federal partners. I continue to serve as a senior policy and technical resource to management and the Region with respect to FUDS and munitions issues, and under my leadership in this area, the Region has completed thorough assessments on over 40 FUDS sites leading to removal actions and site closures. Many sites are located on federal or state managed forest lands and require consideration of road construction, clearing and erosion control.
• Since 2002, provided oversite, leadership, and senior level policy and guidance development and executive team input on EPA Region 10 Federal Facility Docket Coordination. These efforts include the identification, tracking, prioritization, budgeting, assessment and analysis of hundreds of federal sites, in coordination with EPA's federal, state and tribal partners. Accomplishments include the direct development of innovative coordination efforts working with states, the US Forest Service, BLM, and other agencies to improve and streamline working relationships on federal sites, and to work cooperatively on high priority watersheds and sites, including joint field events. In this capacity I have also been a participant in several national workgroups, developing position papers with respect to improving relations with federal land management agencies to energize and improve the assessment and cleanup process. Most recently I have been a key national player in the development of methods to improve Docket transparency and tracking as well as identify potential federally owned NPL sites.
• Managed a national effort to list the highly controversial Red Devil Mine site which resulted in the site moving forward to the Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study phase under state and EPA oversight. Initial removal actions involved evaluation of forest clearing and erosion impacts, as well as bridge construction requiring biological assessment considerations.
• I have managed directly, or through oversight of state lead, EPA-funded, CERCLA assessments, hundreds of sites focusing on impacts to surface water (freshwater, marine and brakish), aquatic habitat, and threatened and endangered species, from a multitude of factors including soil erosion, clearing and road construction.
• Over 15 years of Superfund assessment experience, and over 250 mines, gained mastery level understanding of full extent of potential abandoned mine site non-point source impacts to human health and the environment (freshwater and marine aquatic habitats and threatened and endangered species), as well as initial assessments and recommendations for further assessment and cleanup working closely with state and federal agencies.
• Development and management of the first multi-agency mining district watershed assessments in coordination with the U.S. Forest Service and the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, addressing data gaps of critical importance to all three agencies and identifying more targeting assessments, including a focus on the impacts from non-point source acid rock drainage, and erosion.
• Led that assessment of the Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir to ascertain potential sources of mercury to the watershed including non-point atmospheric deposition.
• Directly coordinated cross-programmatic and cross-agency teams focused on the following areas: 1) Implementation of the National Enforcement Initiative which specifically calls for tackling critical issues at active mines using all available tools, including CERCLA. In this capacity, I was a direct participant in the National Environmental Policy Act review process (NEPA) for the Thompson Creek Mine (ID) site pilot project - looking at innovative ways to address potential early actions to prevent releases and to address potential financial assurance shortfalls. 2) Federal Facility site assessment and Docket issues, and 3) the NPL listing process (both Regional and National EPA cross-program teams).
• Provided senior level policy assistance on the development of Region 10 input on the National Abandoned Hardrock Mines Initiative, particularly with respect to EPA's available tools and ongoing efforts to address the large number of abandoned mines on federal lands and the impacts of acid rock drainage on aquatic systems.
• Collaborated with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program in Region 10 to identify ways in which CERLCA site assessment, particularly at mines, could collect information relevant to the NPDES program.
• Designed and implemented key mining district watershed assessments in close coordination or direct partnership with states, federal agencies and Tribes, including the Upper Row River (OR), Jordan Creek (ID), Croy Creek (ID), Seven Mile Creek (ID), and the Big Wood River (ID). Expanded the traditional site assessment approach to watersheds to include data collection useful to other EPA programs (Office of Water), states and other agencies.
• Successfully responded to citizen petitions by conducting thorough assessments of four Southeast Idaho phosphate mine sites, coordinating with the state to conduct assessments at a host of "orphan" phosphate mines, and evaluating work conducted at six federally owned mines.
• Established a close and effective partnership with the Forest Service Regions 6 and 10 to facilitate information sharing with respect to mine site work, and to identify future collaborative watershed assessment projects.
• Successfully listed several complex, key mine sites on the NPL including Formosa Mine (OR), Black Butte Mine (OR) and Salt Chuck Mine (AK) by effectively coordinating the cross-program Regional Decision Team and the National Listing Panel. Managed a national effort to list the highly controversial Red Devil Mine site which resulted in the site moving forward to the Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study phase under state and EPA oversight. Management of Budgets, Contractor and Grant Resources, Targets, Goals and Project Prioritization
• Detailed budget and contract management for EPA lead site assessment projects as well as budgeting, scoping and management of two state cooperative agreements for the implementation of CERCLA site assessments.
• Worked directly with management from multiple programs to triage incoming sites for placement in the appropriate program, and prioritization within each program for funding and implementation.
• Coordinated closely with states and the US Army Corps of engineers to complete Management Action Plans for Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDs) in order to effectively prioritize and track site progress. Developed Region 10 position papers with respect to EPA's role on Military Munitions Response Sites, and FUDs resulting in better resource utilization, the identification of key issues and high priority sites.
• Managed budget line items from several sources, including CERCLA pipeline, federal facilities, and FUDS funding source, all requiring regular analysis of goals and targets in keeping with the EPA mission. Additional Items
• Participated in EPA's post Katrina response, managing site crews for the collection of hazardous and medical wastes, including natural gas canisters, and oil drums from oil and gas sector facilities; and managing on waste collection center for the characterization and categorization of collected waste streams - also including gas and petroleum products.
• Designed and delivered training in EPA site assessment methodology and the Hazard Ranking System (HRS) for the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, and the Regional Tribal Operations Committee.
- Environmental Protection Specialist/Site Assessment Manager, GS-0028-13 at USEPA
- Environmental Protections Specialist/Regional at USEPA
- Environmental Protection Specialist/Remedial Project Manager, GS-0028-13 at USEPA
- Environmental Protection Specialist/In-County Manager, Nizhnii Tagil (Russia) Environmental at USEPA
16 years, 2 months at this Job
- MS Economics - economics, research
- BA - International Studies
- Certificate of Russian Studies
Senior environmental policy manager, with extensive experience in regulatory development in scientific and technical areas, including: chemical import management; biotechnology; and new chemicals. Chaired multi-disciplinary intraagency workgroups.
- Environmental Protection Specialist/Program Manager/Legal Advisor at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
- Associate, McDermott, Will & Emery at
- Associate, Nash at
- Attorney, Office of General Counsel at American Petroleum Institute
26 years at this Job
- B.A. - Political Science