At the City of Sugar Land, we are looking for people driven by a desire to contribute, possess a willingness to be challenged, and are committed to public service. Our champion employees are a driving factor for making Sugar Land "One of America's Best".
The Environmental and Neighborhood Services Department currently has an opening for a Stormwater Coordinator. This position is responsible for providing development, coordination, implementation, and reporting related to the Stormwater Management Plan, including, but not limited to: educational programs and events; training and presentations; site and facility inspections, water monitoring; tasking and project lead.
- Develops and administers the Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP), under the supervision and guidance of the Environmental Manager.
- Coordinates, administers, manages, and reports activities related to the SWMP.
- Conducts inspections and enforcement for compliance with City codes regarding stormwater pollution.
- Attends meetings and makes presentations as needed in the performance of the duties and responsibilities of the position.
- Maintains training and knowledge in stormwater pollution prevention measures, inspection and monitoring procedures, and regulatory requirements.
- Assists with review and approval of stormwater pollution prevention plans as needed.
- Visits construction sites and industrial facilities to ensure on-site implementation of stormwater pollution prevention plans and compliance with TCEQ General Permits.
- Responds to inquiries regarding stormwater pollution. Performs on-site field investigations accordingly.
- Researches, develops, and implements stormwater education programs, including social media campaigns, articles, and presentations.
- Assists and coordinates volunteer efforts with Keep Sugar Land Beautiful.
- Maintains stormwater inspection documentation and reporting according to MS4 Permit, SWMP, and departmental requirements.
| Minimum Qualifications:
Relatable Work Experience:
- Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science, Biology, Public Administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university.
Training (License and/or Certification):
- 3-5 years of progressively responsible experience in regulatory requirements with Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination System.
- Valid Texas Driver License
- Ability to obtain the Texas Code Enforcement Officer license within 12 months after hire date.
- 40 Hour HAZWOPER or ability to obtain within three months after hire date.
- National Incident Management System (NIMS) ICS-100.b, ICS-200, ICS-700.a within three months after hire date.
You must complete a City of Sugar Land Employment Application (Resume in lieu of application is not accepted). Please visit our employment page at http://www.sugarlandtx.gov/885/Job-Opportunities to apply online.
The City of Sugar Land is an equal opportunity employer.