Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) Seeks Toxicologist

Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) Seeks Toxicologist

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Office of Research and Standards (ORS) is seeking to hire an individual with a background in regulatory toxicology and risk assessment, who will be working largely in the area of PFAS and other emerging contaminants.

Director of Planning and Support, Bureau of Water Resources (BWR)

Director of Planning and Support, Bureau of Water Resources (BWR)

Under the direction of the Assistant Commissioner for MassDEP's Bureau of Water Resources (BWR), the incumbent will serve as BWR’s lead for planning and program support. The incumbent will be responsible for supporting purchasing, accounting, fiscal planning, financial tracking, human resources needs, and facilities operations for MassDEP's water programs. The incumbent will be a resource to BWR managers and staff. The incumbent will be the primary liaison to fiscal, procurement, and human resource leads at MassDEP and other Commonwealth offices (such as Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs [EEA]). He/she will also respond to questions and concerns from vendors and other providers of goods and services.

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.

Wetlands and Waterways Circuit Rider

Wetlands and Waterways Circuit Rider

MassDEP Wetlands and Waterways Circuit Rider Position serving both the Northeast (Wilmington) and Southeast (Lakeville) Regional Offices and their communities. Working under the direction of the Wetlands Program staff (including the applicable Regional Wetlands Chiefs), the Wetlands & Waterways Circuit Rider, Environmental Analyst III, will serve as the liaison between the MassDEP Northeast and Southeast Regional Offices and their respective communities. 

Drinking Water Program Opportunities

Drinking Water Program Opportunities

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) Drinking Water Program is currently hiring. On Monday, September 11, 2017, there were seven (7) drinking water program vacancy announcements posted. There are one to two positions to be filled in each of the following MassDEP offices; Boston, Springfield, Worcester, Wilmington, and Lakeville.  Positions are Environmental Analyst and Environmental Engineer titles (grade II to III). 

Deputy Director

Deputy Director

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) is interviewing candidates for the Deputy Division Director position in 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 of Clean Water State Revolving Fund and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) financing and 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.