The Department of Environmental Conservation, Division of Air Quality, Air Permits Program is seeking a long-term non-permanent College Intern III to assist with the administration of Air Quality Title V operating permits and Title I minor permits.
There is no travel required for this position, and it is in an office environment with extensive computer use. The incumbent will work part time (approximately 20 hours per week) and during normal work hours (08:00-16:30).
The key responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:
- processing open burn requests, owner requested limits applications, approvals to operate under general permits, and pre-approved emission limit requests.
- calculating emissions for source classification determinations.
- assisting with investigations for complaints regarding small activities and open burn activities.
- reviewing routine reports.
- providing the public with information and education regarding air permits.
- updating the Air Permits Program website.
- managing a database, which includes entering data into and retrieving reports from the system.
Our ideal candidate will have completed a technical writing course and is majoring in physical sciences, engineering, or mathematics.