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In the States
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services is hiring an Air Pollution Control Engineer/Senior Compliance Assessment Engineer for their Air Resource Division. This position assists in supervising the functions of the Compliance Bureau, including: performing compliance inspections of stationary sources; responding to complaints and alleged violations of air pollution regulations; preparing reports of inspection activities; reviewing inspection reports drafted by section staff; supervising the training of new staff; and providing recommendations for planning and inspection targeting. More information on the position, qualifications, and how to apply is available here.
Interstate Mining Compact Commission
The Interstate Mining Compact Commission is seeking candidates for the position of Executive Director. The Interstate Mining Compact Commission is a multi-state governmental organization representing the natural resource and environmental protection interests of its 26 member states in Washington, DC. For further information, or for a copy of the formal announcement and job description, please contact current IMCC Executive Director Greg Conrad at firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 709-8654.
Mid-Atlantic Regional Air Management Association, Inc.
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Air Management Association, Inc. (MARAMA) is seeking an Executive Director for its regional program supporting local and state air pollution control agencies. MARAMA is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit voluntary association of ten state and local agencies. Their mission is to strengthen the capabilities of member agencies and help them work together to reduce air pollution impacts in the region. They conduct training and technical studies, support the Mid-Atlantic Diesel Collaborative, and work closely with the Ozone Transport Commission, the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast Visibility Union, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Their office is currently located in Towson, Maryland. For more information and for application instructions, see here.