Environmental Protection Engineer I - Springfield, Illinois
Under direct supervision of the Regulatory Development Unit Manager, assists higher level staff to gain knowledge and training in the development and evaluation of emission control technologies; assists in performing routine air quality analysis and routine engineering reviews of industrial/commercial related emissions; evaluates control strategies; collects routine engineering data; assists in performing routine engineering calculations for the regulatory development process; participates and observes higher level staff in the development of specialized tools and data handling systems, guidelines, etc. utilized for the analysis of impact of industrial commercial related activities, ensuring the Agency maintains state of the art capabilities. Participates and observes higher level staff in providing testimony to the Pollution Control Board. Travels in performance of duties.
Education and Experience - Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to completion of four years of college with a bachelor's degree in an engineering science. Typically, the subject matter would involve the type of coursework associated with environmental (sanitary, hydraulic, hydrology, and air pollution specialties), civil (sanitary, hydraulic, and hydrology specialties), general, industrial, mechanical, chemical, public health, electronic, acoustical or aeronautical engineering or engineering mechanics or a closely related engineering specialty.
Requires no previous experience.
This class in included as an Upward Mobility Program credential title.
Specific Job Requirements: Requires the ability to utilize a personal computer and knowledge of Microsoft Word, Access, and Excel software. Requires the ability to travel and a valid driver's license.