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Location: San Francisco Bay Area
Job Code: 35
# of Openings: 1



Provide technical assistance on environmental safety compliance services including permitting, reporting, program development and implementation, and training in the area of air quality management.



  • Provides technical guidance on air quality / pollution issues.
  • Leads a local air quality group to prepare air quality impact assessments.
  • Performs air pollutant emission rate calculations for air permitting, annual emission inventory reporting, and other licensing and reporting.
  • Responsible for overall sample management, analysis, review, and reporting of analytical data generated to evaluate public health impacts and ambient air quality trends.
  • Evaluates emissions control technologies.
  • Manages dispersion modeling projects.
  • Calculates greenhouse gas (GHG) emission rates and ensuring compliance with GHG programs.
  • Operates and maintains a variety of state-of-the-art analytical instrumentation, including full-cycle set-up, calibration, and take-down.
  • Evaluates environmental safety compliance with state and federal regulations and code requirements including RCRA, EPCRA, CWA, CAA, RMP, CEQA, and NEPA.
  • Performs environmental compliance audits and implement follow-up corrective actions to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.
  • Provides onsite environmental safety compliance support at client facilities as needed.
  • Serves as a technical resource on air quality compliance assurance and permitting programs, including regulatory analyses of industrial facility operations.
  • Conducts systematic studies of various elements of the work environment to assure that tasks and exposures of personnel are within acceptable limitations and capacities.
  • Provides advice to engineers and line supervisors on risk management for facility designs, modification, and operation.
  • Delivers projects within scope, budget, and schedule expectations in line with quality standards on project deliverables. Communicate with clients, ESIS employees, affiliates, and vendors.
  • May direct the development of analyses to evaluate the air quality impacts for source(s) of pollutant emissions with an emphasis on industrial, utility, commercial, institutional, and transportation activities. Specific tasks include project and client management related to the development of quantitative emissions estimates for transportation and stationary sources, greenhouse gas emission estimates, air toxics analyses, application of various standard computer models to calculate emissions or air dispersion and health risk impacts of emissions, as well as documentation of these activities in technical reports.
  • May be responsible for the analysis of ambient air quality samples collected at designated sites. May participate in investigating ambient air quality trends, developing and improving cutting-edge analytical methods, and conducting community risk assessments. May work in a dynamic, high-volume analytical laboratory using sophisticated instrumentation, equipment, and techniques to perform analyses and report analytical data that meets all data quality objectives following standard operating procedures.



  • Bachelors or master’s degree in environmental/civil engineering, environmental science, chemistry, or related field from an accredited institution.
  • At least seven (7) years of applicable experience in air permitting, emission rate calculations, air quality regulations, health risk assessments, and compliance
  • Possess knowledge and skills in air quality issues, projects including regulatory compliance and pollution prevention
  • Familiarity with federal and state environmental regulations.  
  • Experience in developing air permit applications for various industry sectors
  • Experience in:
    • Using highly sophisticated instrumentation and techniques
    • Performing method development to improve current sampling and analytical methods
    • Writing technical reports and standard operating procedures
    • Evaluating data for trends and anomalies, and meet deadlines
  • Must have an understanding of day-to-day environmental laboratory operations and procedures, including safety practices, sample collection and handling, legal chain of custody, and hazardous waste handling.
  • Some proficiency in:
    • Ambient monitoring principles and instrumentation (both field and laboratory)
    • Laboratory quality assurance and quality control practices
    • Principles and practices of chromatography / scientific measurements
    • Instrument troubleshooting and repair
    • Data collection and data management in a networked environment
  • Desired: Proficiency with Microsoft Windows operating systems and other computer programs, including but not limited to Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Adobe Professional, and Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) is desired.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills and organizational and analytical skills;. Experience recording and writing detailed technical data and reports a plus
  • Excellent attention to detail with the ability to multi-task, maintain flexibility, travel, and work independently with minimal supervision
  • Experience with ISO 14001, OSHAS 18001, or process improvement systems a plus

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