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									                                                                09381
                                                              AT WILL

                   DIRECTOR, REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

NATURE OF WORK

     This is a highly responsible administrative and professional
position directing the Water Utilities Department’s Regulatory
Compliance Division.     This individual directs the activities of
programs, managers, supervisors and coordinators in the initiation and
implementation of all regulatory compliance activities for the
Department.
     This employee is responsible for development, implementation and
coordination   of  the   Department’s  Regulatory   Compliance  goals,
objectives, policies and programs. Work requires independent judgment
and decision making, which directly affects all aspects of regulatory
compliance.

EXAMPLES OF WORK

     Ensures zero non-compliance with permits and regulations.
Supervises the development and implementation of programs to ensure
departmental regulatory compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act,
the Clean Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, the
Occupational Safety and Health Act, laboratory NELAC guidelines for
analyses and other utilities related local, state and federal
mandates.
     Directs and coordinates regulatory issues within the Department,
other County departments, agencies, citizens and publicly appointed
boards and panels.
     Oversees compliance points with all permits including the 20-year
consumptive use permit.
     Tracks historical and current analytical data including water and
wastewater demands. Responsible for organizing and trending the
Department’s data management system including LIMS application.
     Prepares and manages budget focusing on controlling expenses.
Coordinates the preparation and administration of public education
programs on regulatory issues for community and agencies dealing with
pertinent issues.
     Establishes operational objectives and delegates to subordinates
to optimize success of operation.
     Ensures adequacy and appropriate coordination of permit tracking
system.
     Ensures security and provides security program guidance for water
utility facilities.
     Ensures quality standards are maintained and that cost effective
technology is used to maximize production.
     Manages the work of subordinate supervisory, technical and
clerical staff.
                                                                09381
                                                              AT WILL

             DIRECTOR, REGULATORY COMPLIANCE – CONT’D

EXAMPLES OF WORK – CONT’D

     Issues counseling forms/disciplinary actions, handles employee
complaints and grievances, recommends personnel actions in accordance
with county policy and directives.
     Provides consultation on water related planning issues and
proposed rule revisions.
     Keeps up-to-date on regulatory issues to increase innovation and
ensures compliance.
     Maximizes utilization of technology for compliance programs and
laboratory analyses.
     Initiates recommendations on purchases of new equipment, vendor
agreements and security improvements.
     Develops performance measures for staff under strategic planning.
     Develops comprehensive strategies for regulatory compliance.
     Communicates    new  and   emerging   regulations  internally and
externally.
     Encourages and promotes continuous learning and development.
     Responsible    for  promoting,   expanding   and  negotiating new
customers for the Department’s reclaimed water system.
     Performs related duties as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

     Thorough knowledge of federal, state and local regulatory laws,
ordinances and policies applicable to water resources.
     Knowledge of air regulations and permitting process.
     Knowledge of computer software applications.
     Ability to plan, direct, supervise, coordinate, organize and
monitor technical work, programs and activities.
     Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts,
analyze data and draw valid conclusions.
     Ability to communicate both orally and in writing.
     Ability to develop, prepare and present long range plans and
programs.

MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

     Graduation from an accredited college or university with a
Masters Degree in Civil, Mechanical, Environmental Engineering; seven
(7) years technical experience in regulatory compliance, permitting
and utilities engineering with a minimum of four (4) years in
management capacity, or any equivalent combination of related training
and experience.
     Must possess, or be able to obtain a State of Florida
Professional Engineering Registration within six months of hire.
                                                                09381
                                                              AT WILL

               DIRECTOR, REGULATORY COMPLIANCE – CONT’D

NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENT

     Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Florida


Rev. 12/2005

								
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