Washington DOH Seeks Drinking Water Deputy Director

Washington DOH Seeks Drinking Water Deputy Director

The Deputy Director for the Office of Drinking Water (ODW) in Environmental Public Health (EPH) directs and manages operational functions for the office including strategic planning, budget, personnel, internal communications, leadership development, information technology and data management, strategic and performance planning, policy development and planning, quality improvement and leadership of our water quality team. 

Arizona Department of Environmental Quality Seeks Deputy Assistant Director

Arizona Department of Environmental Quality Seeks Deputy Assistant Director

The Deputy Assistant Director is responsible for overseeing the division’s operations and serves in a senior leadership role to support the Division Director through long-range strategic planning, displaying sound program and operational judgment. The position is also responsible for driving employee performance and development, employee motivation, strategic program planning, budget management, and developing and maintaining a culture of Lean Continuous Improvement.

Oregon Health Authority seeks Environmental Engineer

Oregon Health Authority seeks Environmental Engineer

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Oregon Drinking Water Services in Portland, OR, is recruiting for an Environmental Engineer to serve public water systems as an expert technical and regulatory resource on drinking water quality and water treatment, distribution, and operation issues. 

Washington Department of Health seeks Director for Office of Water

Washington Department of Health seeks Director for Office of Water

Washington State Department of Health seeks a Director for the Office of Water. The Director serves with the leadership team for the Environmental Public Health Division that supports the department's mission by working with local governments and other agencies in the areas of safe drinking water, food safety, shellfish protection, radiation safety, wastewater management, pesticide exposures, vector-borne disease, general environmental health and safety issues and health risk assessments.

Illinois EPA Seeks Public Water Supplies Division Manager

Illinois EPA Seeks Public Water Supplies Division Manager

The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is seeking a qualified individual to serve as the Division Manager for the Division of Public Water Supplies (DPWS) in the Bureau of Water, located in Springfield, IL. The selected candidate will possess strong leadership and communication skills, be willing to use innovative ways to guide the DPWS and its staff consisting of approximately 50 individuals into the many new and existing public water supply programs.

Department of Public Water Plan Review Engineer

Department of Public Water Plan Review Engineer

The Department of Natural Resources seeks two Public Water Plan Review Engineer positions in the Division of Environmental Management. These positions will be at the entry, senior or advanced level depending on the applicant and department needs. Both positions will be located in Madison, Wisconsin.

Deputy Director of Operations for the Office of Drinking Water

Deputy Director of Operations for the Office of Drinking Water

Reporting to the Director of the Office of Drinking Water (ODW), the Deputy Director of Operations provides leadership and direction for ODW operations and participates in department-wide strategic planning and performance management efforts.  The main purpose of this position is to lead the Operations Team as they carry out the safe drinking water program, so that about 5.75 million Washington residents who get their drinking water from more than 17,000 regulated public water systems have safe and reliable drinking water no matter where in the state they live, work, and play.  

Drinking Water Protection Manager

Drinking Water Protection Manager

This position leads the activities of the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) to manage the assigned activities of the Drinking Water Protection section in order to protect the health of the public. Drinking water protection is a core public health activity, this position’s main goal is to assure that Minnesota community and non-community drinking water systems are of the highest quality. This position directs statewide prevention and protection activities to protect the health of the public from public water supply drinking water-transmitted diseases, injuries or death.

Southwest Regional Manager

Southwest Regional Manager

The Southwest (SW) Regional Manager oversees all activities of the Southwest Regional Office including activities associated with the Water Quality, Engineering, Planning, Sanitary Surveys, Compliance and Enforcement, and Data Management (Water Facility Inventory) programs. Responsibilities include assuring appropriate response to drinking water emergency situations and actively participating in regional and statewide policy development; program planning, implementation and evaluation; as well as implementing Drinking Water Regulations in a 12-county area in SW Washington.

Deputy Director, Division of Municipal Services (Program Manager Specialist VII)

Deputy Director, Division of Municipal Services (Program Manager Specialist VII)

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) is hiring the Deputy Division Director for its Division of Municipal Services within the Bureau of Water Resources. The Deputy Division Director will work with MassDEP’s water program managers to identify priority areas for investment ofClean Water State Revolving Fund and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) financing. The Deputy Director will develop and oversee the annual solicitation of SRF-financed projects and grant-funded projects (including Non-Point Source 319 grants), integrating the program priorities within the solicitation criteria. The Deputy Division Director ensures that the selected projects are managed according to MassDEP's rules, regulations and policies for project oversight. The Deputy Director will also develop/revise SRF-related and grant-related Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that will expedite or otherwise streamline the project management process. Deputy Director will track the progress of SRF and other projects; and will guide and direct environmental planning reviews. The Deputy Director is be responsible for periodic required reporting to USEPA.  The Deputy Director will seek out training opportunities for staff that expand the Division’s engineering and project management skill sets.

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