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Environmentalist II

Road Commission for Oakland County Beverly Hills, MI
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

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Job Description

Under the supervision of the Environmental Concerns Coordinator and/or Director of Planning and Environmental Concerns, this position is responsible for the following:

  • Assists with NPDES Stormwater permit requirements; oversees RCOC’s Hazard Communication (Right to Know Act) and SARA Tier II and Title III requirements.
  • Assists with compliance of State and Federal environmental regulations and coordinates with the various State and Federal agencies.
  • Helps maintain the agency’s Authorized Public Agency status.
  • Responds to spills and environmental contamination; assists with wetland compliance for road projects.
  • Conducts water quality analysis.
  • Assists with managing RCOC’s institutional controls on contaminated ROW sites.
  • Administers RCOC’s waste disposal, including hazardous and liquid industrial waste.
  • Assists in GIS data management and mapmaking.
  • Helps manage the Natural Beauty Road (NBR) program.
  • Requires a daily schedule that supports RCOC hours of operation.
  • Must perform duties in a professional and courteous manner to promote a positive image of the Road Commission for Oakland County.

Additional responsibilities including special projects and assignments may be assigned as required.

Special Experience/Education: This position requires a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university in Environmental Science, Biology, Environmental Engineering or other closely related major in addition to a minimum of 3 years of experience commensurate with the above duties is required.

Road Commission for Oakland County

Why Work Here?

RCOC maintains more than 2,700 miles of county roads, over 230 miles of state highways and approximately 1,500 county, city and state traffic signals in Oakland County. We're also leading the way in developing "smart" traffic signals -- our FAST-TRAC system -- that employ state-of-the-art computer and communications technologies to improve traffic flow, decrease travel time, enhance safety and reduce the vehicle tailpipe emissions that are characteristic of stop-and-go driving.


Beverly Hills, MI