Closing Date: February 11, 2022Zoom Interviews: Week of February 14, 2022The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea is looking for a proactive, engaging, and organized Administrative Technician to join the Public Works Department Environmental Compliance Division. The Environmental Compliance Division is responsible for implementing local environmental projects and programs, and ensuring compliance with county, state and federal regulations pertaining to urban runoff and stormwater quality, waste reduction and recycling, hazardous materials, climate change planning, energy reduction, and restoration of sensitive habitats.About Carmel-by-the-SeaWorld-renowned Carmel-by-the-Sea is tucked along the central coast in Monterey County, California that is 120 miles south of San Francisco and is rich in natural beauty. The City prides itself on the preservation of character - white sand beach, verdant forest, natural parklands and roadside greenbelts. First incorporated as a City in 1916, this unique and quintessential coastal community was founded by artists and writers - among them: Jack London, George Sterling, Mary Austin and Robinson Jeffers. The City is one square mile in area, and has an involved and dynamic populace of 4,000. A five-member City Council governs Carmel-by-the-Sea with one common priority of ensuring the splendid quality of life and unique character of the area is protected and maintained. Chip Rerig, the City Administrator oversees the day-to-day management of approximately 93 highly capable full-time City staff and works with the City Council to carry out its policies. Carmel-by -the-Sea provides an extremely high level of service to its residents and visitors with an annual operating budget of approximately $23 million.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
As the Administrative Technician, you will: Assist the Environmental Compliance Manager with the preparation and submittal of a variety of technical and regulatory reports, including the Annual Stormwater and CalRecycle Reports Prepare staff reports on environmental topics for City Council, Commissions and CommitteesConduct inspections to ensure compliance with stormwater Best Management Practices, including at at City parks and facilities, construction sites, and businessesConduct outreach to ensure compliance with local and state waste reduction mandatesRespond to inquiries and complaints and provide technical assistance to customersInvestigate incidents of illegal discharge into the storm sewer systemConduct presentations on various environmental programs to community and business groupsAssist with special projects, such as development and implementation of the Climate Action & Adaptation Plans, implementation of habitat restoration at Mission Trail Nature Preserve and North Dunes, and installation of new recycling containers Assist with grant applications and administration for environmental projectsTrack and maintain records and digital files
Education & Experience Three (3) years of complex and varied administrative and technical support experience is required.College-level coursework or technical training or certification is highly desirable, preferably in environmental science, earth science, environmental policy, public administration, or closely related field.
HOW TO APPLY: To be considered for this career opportunity, submit an online application via GovernmentJobs.com Applications will be screened in relation to the criteria in this job announcement. Applicants with the most relevant qualification will be invited to interview. For questions or more information about this recruitment, contact Vilcia RodriguezVilcia@TrafficPatterns.net