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Prince George’s County Government Department of the Environment|Resource Recovery Division
Location: Upper Marlboro, Maryland
Type: Full Time
Required Education: 4 Year Degree
Salary: $77,247.00 - $155,552.00
Years of Experience:
2 - 4
Internal Number: 05578
This is management-level, professional, and administrative generalist work responsible for the co-management and co-direction of the Resource Recovery Division. Work is performed with a high degree of independent judgment under the general supervision of the Associate Director, Resource Recovery Division.
Guidelines, including industry standards, local and national codes, regulations, and statutes, are typically used in plan reviews but may not cover all situations encountered in the engineering work assigned. Rather than meeting prescriptive codes, some designs may have to meet performance design aspects. Work is performed indoors and outdoors and may include physical activities such as repeated bending, climbing, kneeling, reaching, and lifting up to thirty (30) pounds.
Employees in specific positions are required by the Office of Ethics and Accountability (OEA) to file a confidential Financial Disclosure Statement (FDS) annually based on the responsibilities associated with their position. In addition, the agency's director has the discretion to identify an employee to file. Therefore, if you are notified that you must file an FDS, please comply within the required timeframe. Furthermore, if an employee has secondary employment, they must complete the required form and obtain approval from the Director or designee. Refer to Administrative Procedure 152 – Board of Ethics Policy on Secondary Employment and ensure compliance with the procedure.
All DOE employees are considered "Essential" and are required to participate in the Department's Snow and Ice Control Program during natural or man-made disasters and during other special operations as assigned. Essential employees are expected to report to work or remain at work when others are granted Administrative Leave.
ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA THE COUNTY WEBSITE. Prince George's County Government is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer Committed to Diversity in the Workplace.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Solid Waste, Architectural, Structural, or Civil Engineering. A Professional Engineer (PE) license may be substituted for the degree.
Four (4) years of progressively professional Solid Waste, Architectural, Structural, or Civil engineering experience to include two (2) years of lead/supervisory experience.
Eight (8) years of progressively professional Solid Waste, Architectural, Structural, or Civil engineering experience.
Two (2) years are serving as a lead or senior engineering-level position.
Work experience applying principles and practices of the engineering field related to solid waste and or structural building design and construction.
Experience reviewing plans and specifications for conformance to codes, ordinances, and standards.
Experience researching and preparing reports on engineering problems.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Upon selection, candidates must:
Be willing to participate as "critical" and "essential," when needed, during emergency operations.
Possess a valid driver's license and provide proof at the time of the interview.
Be physically able to lift and carry at least thirty (30) pounds repetitively.
Be able to work outdoors in various weather, dust, including weather emergencies and other types of emergency conditions.
Pass a pre-employment physical to include alcohol and drug testing and a background investigation.
About Prince George’s County Government Department of the Environment|Resource Recovery Division
The Department of the Environment (DoE) works for a healthy, beautiful and sustainable County through programs that provide clean water, flood control, recycling and waste management, litter prevention, animal services and pet adoption in partnership with residents and other stakeholders.