Working with supporting staff and consultants, develops and administers the program to satisfy the St. Mary’s County MS/4 permit commitments and requirements. Maintains the GIS data base of county stormwater facilities and works with inspection agencies and county staff to meet the requirements of the MS-4 Program. Through coordination with the Department of Land use and Growth Management, work to satisfy the County’s requirements under the Watershed Improvement Program and other regulations and guidance on stormwater quality and quantity. To develop and implement that program, interprets state and federal regulations, provides input into reviews of subdivision and site plan development, and capital improvement project plans, with particular emphasis on stormwater management, drainage, grading, and road plan elements. Investigates and responds to citizen, elected official, and developer requests. Provides input into the implementation of the County’s Capital Improvement Program for the Department of Public Works & Transportation to include buildings, roads, marine and other public facilities; performs design and project management, develops cash flow projections and project schedules; performs other duties as assigned.
Education: Bachelor's Degree in environmental studies, engineering or community planning.
Experience: Five or more years of related professional experience, or additional education in a specialized area;
Note: Any equivalent combination of acceptable education and experience which has provided the knowledge, skills and abilities cited below may be considered.
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Applications must be received in the Human Resources Department on or before the closing date regardless of the postmark date.