Under limited supervision manages compliance activities for Public Water Supplies. Providing direction and guidance to staff for complex Federal and State Safe Drinking Water Act implementation.
Location: 1200 "N" Street
Monday Friday 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Flexible Schedules
This position is federally funded and may be governed by the Federal Hatch Act. Click here to review the Act.
Examples of Work
Qualifications / Requirements
Any combination of training and/or experience that will enable the incumbent to possess the required entry knowledge and abilities. A general qualification guideline would include coursework/training in public administration, health sciences and experience in an agency organization with responsibility for planning, implementation, budgeting, monitoring, evaluating, and marketing a program or service.
Other: Valid driver's license or the ability to provide independent transportation; travel required: Regular and reliable attendance Preference: Master's/Bachelor of Science degree in the life science, physical sciences, environmental sciences, chemistry or engineering.
Experience or coursework in related areas of ecology, geology, statistics, planning, grant-writing, etc., as required by the area of work emphasis. Demonstrated organizational and leadership experience, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, ability to work as part of a team, high integrity. Experience with Microsoft Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Onbase.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of: State and Federal legislation and administrative regulations relating to the program administered; the organizational structure, functions, policies, procedures, goals and mission of the agency; the structure, functional relationships and administrative processes of the executive and legislative branches of State government; the scope and impact of the operations of assigned programs and their relationship to other programs within the Health Department.
Skill in: active listening; asking questions; understanding instructions; using word processing; creating spreadsheets, charts, graphs, and reports; managing time, schedules, and priorities; monitoring and assessing program performance; applying critical thinking techniques. Staff management, public speaking Ability to: analyze and determine alternative courses of action to meet agency goals; communicate in person, by telephone and written exchanges; summarize technical data and results of research into reports; understand and apply instructions and program administrative policies and directives; implement decisions made and take actions selected by others to achieve work goals; learn agency policies and procedures pertinent to the work assignment.
State Of Nebraska