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Environmental Monitoring and Research Manager
Under general direction, carries out or supervises basic and applied research projects of varied scope in relation to wastewater treatment processes, individually or in conjunction with other investigators.
A master's degree or doctor of philosophy degree in water resources sciences, environmental engineering, sanitary engineering, environmental sciences (with emphasis on environmental biology or microbiology), soil science or chemistry from an accredited college or university. Eight years of research experience in the fields of wastewater and sludge treatment technology, including statistical analysis of data bases, environmental monitoring, biological monitoring of waterways, sludge management and advanced analytical techniques, with a least six years of such experience involved in the direct supervision of professional and technical personnel. Substitution: Related graduate study above the master's degree may be substituted for the required non-supervisory experience on a year-for-year basis.
One year of service with the District as a Supervising Environmental Microbiologist, Supervising Environmental Soil Scientist, Supervising Environmental Research Scientist, Instrumentation Chemist IV or Supervising Aquatic Biologist. Civil service status in one of the foregoing classes.
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