DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Under direction of the Statewide Administrator for the Division of Petroleum
and Chemical Safety, performs professional investigations, inspections,
surveillances and mitigations and all aspects of storage for petroleum related
products and hazardous materials. Utilizes electronic testing equipment, takes
samples and compares permit and design standards to field installation of
facility for the storage and use of regulated materials. Assist higher level
professional and management staff in making decisions regarding permits,
variances, and legal enforcement of regulations. Serves as a resource person to
staff and the public.
Requires knowledge, skill, and mental development equivalent to the
completion of four years of college with course work in engineering, physical,
or life sciences. Technical experience in petroleum handling and safety,
pollution abatement, or a related field may be substituted on a year-for-year
basis. Requires two years experience in emergency and safety procedures for the
mitigation of and stabilization of hazardous situations, or incidents involving
fire, explosion, or environmental release. Requires valid driver's license and
ability to travel.
THE SELECTED CANDIDATE WILL BE REQUIRED TO LIVE IN
DUPAGE OR KANE COUNTY WITHIN SIX MONTHS OF HIRE, NO EXCEPTIONS.