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.
THE SELECTED CANDIDATE WILL BE REQUIRED TO LIVE IN COOK COUNTY WITHIN SIX MONTHS OF HIRE, NO EXCEPTIONS.
Under administrative direction of the Deputy General Counsel, performs specialized legal work and regulatory enforcement, and administrative tasks that involve complex functions of a highly technical nature involving petroleum underground storage tank safety, boiler and pressure vessel safety, fire prevention and life safety, elevator safety and firefighter certification. Facilitates agency administrative rulemaking/legislation in support thereof. Serves as legal liaison to agency divisions. Conducts complex legal research and facilitates subpoena responses and civil discovery. Serves as agency legal liaison during open meetings involving agency boards or committees.
Under administrative direction of the Division Manager for the Division of
Personnel Standards and Education, serves as assistant division manager. Plans,
develops, organizes, directs, evaluates, and coordinates the daily operation of
the Division. Supervises the Fire Certification Specialist Supervisor and
aspects of technical training, test banks and field operations; supervisory
authority and responsibility; in the absence of the Division Manager, assumes
Under direct supervision of the Regional Manager in the Northern Region, performs beginning level professional fire inspection duties. Utilizes a state vehicle to conduct on-site inspections or assists in more complex inspections. Serves as a contact person in the field of fire prevention inspections with local fire departments. Receives training.
THE SELECTED CANDIDATE WILL BE REQUIRED TO LIVE IN ADAMS OR MORGAN COUNTY WITHIN SIX MONTHS OF HIRE, NO EXCEPTIONS.