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    Hydrogeologist – Department of Land and Resource Management


    Department of Land and Resource Management
    $52,749 annual salary (Grade C13) 40 exempt full time positions with full benefit packages
    Apply By: Monday, November 27, 2017 @ 5:00 p.m.
    GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Provides professional services related to water resources and geologic projects for Carroll County in accordance with federal, state and local laws, within the goals and objectives of the Department of Land and Resource Management.
    ESSENTIAL TASKS: include the following;
    1. May perform supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the current Carroll County Personnel Ordinance, County policies and applicable laws
    2. Prepare and maintain schedule, statistical tables and reports
    3. Provide technical project leadership, participate in work groups and attend public meetings
    4. Apply principles, practices, laws and regulations related to geologic/geotechnical investigations, water resources management/development, planning, zoning, and surveying
    5. Interpret and analyze data
    6. Work with Board of County Commissioners and state/local/municipal agencies in water resources issues and projects
    7. Address issues and complaints
    8. Perform related duties as to specific assignments
    9. Any employee may be identified as Essential Personnel during emergency situations
    10. Provide service to customers by answering questions, providing information, making referrals, and assuring appropriate follow-through and/or resolution
    11. Communicate with managers, supervisors, co-workers, citizens, and others, maintains confidentiality, and represents the County
    1. Master’s degree in geology, hydrology, engineering geology, earth science or related field*
    2. Two years experience as ground water geologist or hydrogeologist in piedmont geology OR
    3. Bachelor’s degree in geology, earth science or related field*
    4. Four years professional experience in water resource management
    A comparable amount of training and experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.
    A Carroll County Government job application is required for this position
    Apply on-line: ccgovernment.carr.org
    Call the Carroll County Job Hotline at (410) 386-2020 to request an employment application or call
    (410) 386-2129 for employment inquiries

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    Environmental Inspector/Grading Reviewer I

    GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES Performs grading reviews and inspections to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and local laws, codes, regulations, and conformance to approved plans and specifications as related to erosion and sediment control, grading, storm water management, floodplain, forest conservation, and landscape ordinances.

    ESSENTIAL TASKS include the following; other duties may be assigned

    Perform review, inspection and enforcement activities for residential and commercial/industrial sites, road and building construction, stream and wetland protection/restoration, and landscape/forestation projects as related to appropriate ordinances and programs including joint reviews/inspections
    Provide grading permit information and process grading applications in accordance with Federal, State, and local laws
    Review concept, preliminary and final grading plans for compliance with Carroll County Grading Ordinance
    Provide information and advise engineers, contractors, developers, property owners, and others regarding review/inspection and permit requirements
    Issue completion certificates and recommend bond release as projects receive final approval
    Prepare correspondence, records, logs, reports, and other documentation including maintaining the Permit Tracking System


    High School Diploma or general education diploma (GED)
    Four years experience in environmental inspection, grading construction or design, or permit/plan review *
    Training required in Maryland erosion and sediment control, forest conservation, and disturbed site restoration*
    Maryland State Highway Administration construction inspection experience preferred

    * A comparable amount of training and experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.


    Maryland Sediment Control Certification Program
    Valid driver’s license

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