Environmental Engineer

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Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
Phoenix, AZ, United States

Phone: 6027714647
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Environmental Engineer


Phoenix, AZ 



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We are looking for an Environmental Engineer to join our team in the Air Quality Improvement Planning Section. The Environmental Engineer will be responsible for serving as an air quality subject matter expert in support of revisions to the State Implementation Plans (SIPs) under the Clean Air Act, including pollutant-specific nonattainment area, infrastructure, and rule-based plans, as well as other regulatory required reports, to be submitted to the U.S. EPA.  
The Environmental Engineer’s main job duties will include: 
• Analysis of ambient air quality data and emissions data; 
• Development emission inventories using EPA-approvable methodologies; 
• Evaluation of the feasibility and effectiveness of control measures; 
• Air quality modeling to determine the source and nature of emissions in AZ and to evaluate controls measures;
• Assisting with drafting and revising air pollution control rules related to the implementation of the Clean Air Act; 
• Assisting with the coordination and hosting of public meetings, hearings, and presentations regarding rulemakings. 
• Analysis of complex technical and policy questions related to air quality regulations, emissions, and control measures and presentation the results, supporting information, and recommendations to decision-makers and stakeholders;
• Serving as a technical subject matter expert and information resource for both internal and external clients, e.g., the public, consultants, other agencies, the regulated community, and other departmental staff on technical questions related to air quality improvement planning;
• Collaboration with other sections within ADEQ’s Air Quality Division, including monitoring and assessment and permits and compliance, to ensure that SIPs will meet all applicable requirements

Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree or higher in environmental engineering, chemical engineering, atmospheric chemistry, atmospheric science, meteorology, or a closely related field. 
• At least 5 years’ experience (a Masters’ degree may substitute for 2 years’ experience or a Doctorate for 4 years’ experience). 
• Engineer in Training or Professional Engineer certification through the Arizona Board of Technical Registration or an equivalent organization.