Requisition No: 20410
Agency: Department of Health
Working Title: ENVIRONMENTAL SUPERVISOR II - SES SES - 64029344
Position Number: 64029344
Salary: $40,000.00 to $45,000.00
Posting Closing Date: 10/13/2017
Thank you for your interest in career opportunities with t opportunities with the Florida Department of Health in Polk Count Health in Polk County. If you are looking to establish a succe to establish a successful career in Public Health, you have com Health, you have come to the right place. Many of our innovati Many of our innovative and successful health programs are recogni programs are recognized throughout Florida. We hope you decide t We hope you decide to join our team! Applicants will be c Applicants will be contacted directly if selected for an inte selected for an interview.
Duties and Responsibilities:
This Environmental Supervisor II position is a leadership p a leadership position in the Environmental Health Divisio Health Division in the Onsite Sewage Treatment and Treatment and Disposal (OSTDS) unit, and has supervisory re supervisory responsibilities for staff including Envi including Environmental Supervisors, Environmental Environmental Specialists, and Clerical Staff in Barto Staff in Bartow and Winter Haven.
The incumbent is expected to act as the key contact pe contact person for all the septic tank contractor contractors in and doing business in Polk County; an County; and is responsible for all OSTDS program ma program management, quality assurance, and quality im quality improvement.
The incumbent in this position spends the majority of their time communicating with, motivating, training, and evaluating employees, and planning and directing employee’s work, and have the authority to hire, transfer, hire, transfer, suspend, lay off, recall, promote, dischar promote, discharge, assign, reward, or discipline subor discipline subordinate employees or effectively reco effectively recommend such action.
Supervise the operation of the onsite sewage treatment an treatment and disposal systems (OSTDS) program func program functions which include permitting of residenti of residential and commercial septic systems, ope systems, operating permits, service permits, complaint in complaint investigations, and reporting. Monitor the Monitor the permitting and plan review process of t process of the OSTDS facilities, septage disposal sit disposal sites, operating and service permit program, and program, and water supply systems in the county.
Ensure the prompt investigation of all sewage a sewage and sanitary nuisance complaints.
Review inspection reports to assure comp compliance with state regulations. Discuss repo reports with employees for training and eval evaluation purposes.
Plan work flows, objectives, and time utilization with employees to improve the quality and quantity of work performed. Coordinate the collection and analysis of data for the OSTDS program. Ensure 100% of the program’s services and inspections are complete completed at the required frequencies.
Prepare documents for enforcement procedures and and initiate legal action against envi environmental law violators. Coordinate and and review OSTDS enforcement activities with depa department legal counsel, state health offi office officials, and local OSTDS department staf staff.
Establish and implement an in-house cross-training program for all positions. Maintain training records for all employees.
Manage and supervise clerical staff so offices maintain consistency, efficiency, and effective permitting. Work with local Quality Assurance and state health office to identify administrative gaps and develop solutions to process improvement.
Conduct joint inspections with staff for purposes of quality assurance, training, or evaluation.
SEPTIC TANK CONTRACTOR & PUBLIC LIASON DUTIES
The incumbent is expected to act in a leadership role and will act as the key contact person for all septic tank contractors in and conducting business in Polk County. This includes prompt handling of contractor complaints, assisting contractors in understanding department rules, regulations, and enforcement, promptly responding to contractor phone calls, working in partnership with contractors to solve office and administrative permit process discrepancies. The incumbent will be available during business hours to meet with contractors, will be readily available by state issued cell phone to answer calls, and will conduct meetings in the office and field as needed to bring resolution to problems as per code requirements.
Coordinate annual septic contractor meetings and any other training or informational meetings for septic contractors as needed.
The incumbent will serve as liaison with other environmental agencies and the general public. Will ensure the preparation of technical reports for state, county, and local governmental agencies. Will represent the department in meetings with other key governmental agencies and private organizations such as Builder training program for all positions. Maintain training records Maintain training records for all employees.
Manage and supervise clerical staff so offices maintain consi offices maintain consistency, efficiency, and effective permitti and effective permitting. Work with local Quality Assurance and Quality Assurance and state health office to identify administrativ identify administrative gaps and develop solutions to process i solutions to process improvement.
Conduct joint inspections with staff for purposes of qualit purposes of quality assurance, training, or evaluation.
SEPTIC TANK CONTRACTOR & PUBLIC LIASON DUTIES
The incumbent is expected to act in a leadersh leadership role and will act as the key contact contact person for all septic tank contract contractors in and conducting business in Polk Cou Polk County. This includes prompt handling of contr of contractor complaints, assisting contract contractors in understanding department rules, r rules, regulations, and enforcement, promptly promptly responding to contractor phone calls, w calls, working in partnership with contract contractors to solve office and administ administrative permit process discrepa discrepancies. The incumbent will be availabl available during business hours to meet with contract contractors, will be readily available by state is state issued cell phone to answer calls, and will con will conduct meetings in the office and field as field as needed to bring resolution to problems problems as per code requirements.
Coordinate annual septic contractor meetings and and any other training or informational meet meetings for septic contractors as needed.
The incumbent will serve as liaison with other environmental agencies and the general public. Will ensure the preparation of technical reports for state, county, and local governmental agencies. Will represent the department in meetings with other key governmental agencies and private organizations such as Builder’s Associations, Florida On Associations, Florida Onsite Wastewater Association, BOCC, DEP, Association, BOCC, DEP, and SWFMD.
The incumbent will attend regional consistency meetings consistency meetings with state health office and any appro office and any appropriate local commission meetings.
This position will establish a relationship with and will wo with and will work with DEP and the county on all sewage an on all sewage and sanitary nuisance complaints as ju complaints as jurisdictionally appropriate.
The incumbent will coordinate the OSTDS variance app variance application process.
Coordinate the Green Swamp program in partners partnership with the county.
Ensure promotional materials are accurate and and available to the public and septic cont contractors.
Act as lead worker for Environmental Health in post-disaster field assessments including working with DEP on large sewage spills, land application sites, providing public information, and other post-disaster septic issues.
The incumbent is expected to prepare monthly reports reports detailing all work activities within the OSTD the OSTDS program, and perform monthly quality quality assurance checks for inspections and permits permits and submit them to the Environmental Administ Administrator.
Oversee the maintenance of all program files and and records. Ensure and establish a records rete retention and scanning program for the OSTDS prog program.
Plan, develop, and implement in-house procedur procedures and forms to improve or enhance program program performance.
The incumbent will plan the OSTDS annual budg budget and monitor monthly revenues and expe expenditures for the OSTDS program and other prog programs as required; and will participate in a in annual county fee resolution planning.
Daily Activity Reports (DAR's) will be reviewed and compared to inspection reports to ensure accurate accountability on a daily basis. Provide in-service training and orientations orientations for all field staff personnel.
Performs duties necessary to carry on the programs programs of the Division as assigned by the Environm Environmental Administrator. Performs other duties a duties as required, including performance of addition additional interpreter duties, consistent with ski with skill level, and as needed.
Follow established rules, regulations and proc procedures in the areas of personnel acti actions, attendance and leave, travel reim reimbursements, appointment procedures and affi affirmative action.
Serves as the Information Custodian of assigned information sets; maintaining the confidentiality of the information in accordance with state and federal statutes, rules, regulations and Department of Health Information Security Policies, Protocols and Procedures, in accordance with Protocol: Security - 3, V, Sec 1-3.
This position may serve clients that speak only Spanish, Creole or other languages. It may require performance of interpreter duties, if bilingual, or implementation of the Department’s Limited English Proficiency Plan.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of Laserplane instrument, dumpy le level, Munsel Soil Chart, Wetland De Delineation and applicable State rules and st statutes.
Skills involving: Department of Health’s Personnel Regulations, Cor Personnel Regulations, Core Program Enforcement, and Interagen Enforcement, and Interagency Coordination. Audit procedures managemen Audit procedures management and leadership.
Knowledge of the terminology, principles, and analytical techniq and analytical techniques of the physical or natural sciences.
K natural sciences.
Knowledge of data collection and analysis principles and proce principles and procedures
Ability to perform site inspections, collect or evaluate, analy or evaluate, analyze and interpret scientific or tech scientific or technical data.
Ability to prepare technical reports.
Ability to understand and apply applicable rules, regulat rules, regulations, policies, and procedures relating to en relating to environmental programs.
Ability to understand and follow legislative policy direc policy direction as established in Florida Statutes.
Ability to deal with public in a tactful and courteous courteous manner.
Ability to work independently.
Ability to plan, organize, and coordinate work a work assignments.
Ability to communicate effectively.
Ability to establish and maintain effective wo working relationships with others.
Ability to utilize problem-solving techniques.
Ability to use personal computers.
Ability to supervise people.
Ability to determine work priorities, assign work, and ensu work, and ensure proper completion of work assignments.
Ability to make decisions.
Valid Florida driver's license or the abilit ability to obtain one within 30 days of employ employment
Environmental Health Professional Cert Certification
Florida Certified in OSTDS (septic tanks): Se Section 381, Florida Statute
Bachelor’s degree in a physical or natural sci science