Occ. Code 2269900
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE REPRESENTATIVE, GRADE 23
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE SUPERVISOR,
New York State Department of Civil Service
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF CLASS SERIES
Positions in this series implement, promote, and administer programs to facilitate implementation and compliance with the Clean Air Act of 1990 at the Department of Economic Development.
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE REPRESENTATIVE: full performance level; under the general direction of the Environmental Compliance Assistance Supervisor, implements and promotes programs affecting small businesses and municipalities to comply with mandates of the Clean Air Act of 1990.
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE SUPERVISOR: one position class; under the general direction of the director of the environmental services unit, plans, develops, and directs an economic development program aimed at providing compliance information and ombudsman services to small businesses and municipalities impacted by the Clean Air Act; advises Department executives as well as other state/local government officials on broader economic development policy issues relating to environmental compliance; promotes program goals, objectives and services through research, and by conducting workshops, training seminars and other such informational programing; and directs subordinate staff to ensure effective program operations.
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE REPRESENTATIVE: organizes and operates an information clearinghouse to disseminate information to small businesses concerning: the Clean Air Act and applicable permit requirements, small business rights, compliance methods and control technologies, pollution/accidental release prevention and detection measures, and information on available audit programs; refers small businesses to State technical experts trained to handle technical compliance questions; organizes and conducts outreach programs such as training workshops, conferences and promotional programs to inform small business owners and managers about their responsibilities under the Clean Air Act; obtains interpretation of the applicable requirements under the Clean Air Act, and provides assistance to facilitate compliance with those requirements; and provides administrative direction, and coordinates the promotional efforts essential to program operations including public appearances, press conferences, press releases, public service announcements, brochures, mailings, radio spots, etc.
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE SUPERVISOR: administers a program to facilitate implementation of the Clean Air Act; liaisons with federal, State and local government agencies regarding economic development and regulatory aspects of Clean Air Act programs; identifies obstacles to small business compliance in meeting Clean Air Act requirements and proposes administrative solutions; advises department, Federal, State and local officials in formulating economic development policy related to environmental compliance issues; maintains contact with other Department Executives, chambers of commerce, IDAs, educational institutions and other regional and local economic development groups that are interested in the Clean Air Act and related environmental economic development issues to identify and analyze current problems; promotes programs and services essential to an effective Clean Air Act compliance program; and performs the full range of supervisory responsibility, including performance reviews and time and attendance.
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE REPRESENTATIVE
Open Competitive: seven years of professional experience* developing, evaluating, coordinating, administering and/or promoting environmental programs designed to prevent and/or correct environmental pollution.
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE SUPERVISOR
Promotion: one year of competitive service as an Environmental Compliance Assistance Representative, Grade 23.
Open Competitive: nine years professional experience* developing, evaluating, coordinating, administering and/or promoting environmental programs designed to prevent and/or correct environmental pollution.
*Associates Degree substitutes for two years experience; Bachelors Degree for four years experience; Masters Degree or J.D. substitute for one additional year of experience; Ph.D. substitutes for an additional two years of experience.
NOTE: Classification Standards illustrate the nature, extent and scope of duties and responsibility of the classes they describe. Standards cannot and do not include all of the work that might be appropriately performed by a class. The minimum qualifications above are those which were required for appointment at the time the Classification Standard was written. Please contact the Division of Staffing Services for current information on minimum qualifications for appointment or examination.