Civil Engineer

Metropolitan Sewer District
Job Description
Under general direction, perform work of considerable responsibility in overseeing regulatory impact determinations, regulation of industrial wastewater discharges, special billing determinations and the special discharge program for industrial and other wastes.
 Examples of Duties:Essential Functions: Review and approve engineering submittals for plan review for pretreatment pollutant control technologies and designs to ensure customer's compliance with federal, state, and local regulations; permit discharges from significant industrial users; oversee inspections of sanitary and storm pollution control equipment; oversee the review, evaluation and summarization of federal, state and local environmental regulations which may impact the District; advise District operating units on environmental requirements and coordinate with them to ensure District compliance with requirements; perform environmental compliance audits; review and approve, or prepare required regulatory reports, applications, and plans such as spill prevention control and countermeasure plans; oversee the District's Ordinance Enforcement Response Plan to ensure proper operation and maintenance of control devices; meet with company officials to assess and make recommendations regarding compliance with regulations; keep detailed records and prepare administrative and technical reports.

Additional Responsibilities: Assist with special projects; performs related work as required or as delegated by supervisor.
 Minimum Qualifications:Training and Experience:  Graduation from a accredited college or university with major course work in Civil, Chemical or Environmental Engineering and four years of progressively responsible engineering experience in a related field, including at least two years of industrial process operations or air and water permitting.

Desirable Knowledge Skills and Abilities: Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of Civil, Chemical or Environmental Engineering; thorough knowledge of environmental laws and regulations; working knowledge of Environmental Management Systems (EMS); considerable knowledge in understanding diverse industrial operations and their impact on wastewater discharges; considerable knowledge of industrial waste control processes and large community wastewater treatment processes; working knowledge of spreadsheet and word processing software: considerable skill in documenting activities, maintaining records and preparing administrative and technical reports; ability to understand and apply complex government regulations; considerable skill in communicating effectively both in oral and written form; considerable skill in forming effective working relationships with industry representatives, government officials and District employees.

 
 Additional Information:Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Missouri.

Must possess a valid driver's license issued by the state in which the employee resides.

Pursuant to MSD's "Substance Abuse Policy and Procedures," this position has been designated as safety sensitive and candidate must pass a Non-D.O.T. Drug Test for this position. Employees occupying this position are not subject to Federal (D.O.T.) Drug and Alcohol Testing Regulations.

Employees of MSD must have a proficient or higher overall rating on last review.
 
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