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Job Opportunities at MassDEP

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) is hiring for environmental analyst and environmental engineers across several program areas – drinking water, wastewater, wetlands, solid waste, site cleanup, air pollution – and duties range from policy and program development, to technical and engineering review of plans, to regulatory compliance and enforcement.  Most positions require a minimum of three years’ experience.  Starting salary ranges, depending upon position and grade, range from $51,714/year to $95,087/year.
Applications are due by close of business Friday, June 26, 2015.  The positions are located at MassDEP’s offices in Boston, Worcester, Wilmington, and Lakeville.  For more information on each individual vacancy announcement, go to the “Commonwealth Employment Opportunities (CEO)” section of the Commonwealth’s Human Resources Division website at: CEO.  This site may also post deadline extensions or additional vacancies in the coming weeks.

  • Environmental Analyst III [#J48244], Surface Water Quality Standards Development (Worcester)
  • Environmental Engineer III [#J48259], Wastewater Permitting & Compliance (Boston)
  • Environmental Engineer III [#J48258], Wetlands Compliance & Permitting (Lakeville)
  • Environmental Analyst II [#J48246], Drinking Water Permitting & Compliance (Worcester)
  • Environmental Analyst II [#J48243], Waste Site Cleanup Policy & Program Development (Boston)
  • Accountant IV [#J48247], Waste Site Cleanup Program Grants Management & Reporting (Boston)
  • Environmental Analyst III [#J48248], Solid Waste and Recycling Regulations & Policies (Boston)
  • Environmental Analyst II [#J48249], Air and Waste Programs Compliance Reporting (Boston)
  • Environmental Analyst II [#J48245], Air and Waste Compliance Assurance (Lakeville)
  • Environmental Engineer V [#J48254]or Environmental Analyst V [#J48257], Solid Waste Section Chief (Wilmington)

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) is the state agency responsible for ensuring clean air and water, the safe management of toxics and hazards, the recycling of solid and hazardous wastes, the timely cleanup of hazardous waste sites and spills, and the preservation of wetlands and coastal resources.