Position Summary
Supervises and participates in the inspection of stormwater management facilities and best management practices. Work of this class involves supervisory duties and responsibilities.

Position Responsibilities
1. Supervises the inspection of stormwater management facilities and best management practices to ensure they are constructed and maintained in accordance with approved plans and specifications, applicable codes, and other established parameters and guidelines.
2. Plans, directs, supervises, coordinates, and evaluates the work of inspectors. Participates in applicant interview panels; trains and counsel’s employees; prepares performance evaluations; recommends disciplinary action where appropriate; enforces County and Department policies and procedures.
3. Visits project sites to observe work, monitor project progress, and ensure that required inspection and testing is being performed as required.
4. Performs stormwater and Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) inspections; prepares and maintains records and reports; confers with inspectors, engineers, contractors, property owners and other stakeholders to resolve engineering, administrative, regulatory, quality, safety, or other related problems and disputes as required.
5. Provides technical assistance regarding stormwater management and related County codes to property owners, builders, developers, contractors, other government departments and agencies and the public.
6. Plans and oversees the execution of outreach events; designs and coordinates the preparation of educational and informational presentations and materials including brochures, webpages, social media postings, and displays; makes presentations to the public, staff, volunteers, and other stakeholder groups; coordinates volunteer activities for a wide variety of age groups.
7. Prepares correspondence and documentation to assist the Division Chief and County Attorney regarding regulatory enforcement actions.
8. Investigates and responds to complaints and inquiries; seeks to resolve issues to the maximum extent possible.

Minimum Qualification Requirements
High School Diploma or GED. Associates Degree or higher in applied or natural science preferred.
Minimum of three (3) years’ experience as a Resource Inspector and/or Stormwater Management Inspector; supervisory experience preferred
This position description is representative of the general and most important components of this role and does not characterize every aspect of the job; otherduties and responsibilities may be assigned as warranted and deemed appropriate.
*An interested candidate with an equivalent combination of education and experience as listed above may be considered.

Certificate(s) and/or License(s)
1. Possession of a valid Class “C” non-commercial driver’s license with no more than three (3) points.
2. State of Maryland Responsible Personnel Certification or ability to obtain within six (6) months of employment

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
1. Knowledge of National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permitting requirements and administration.
2. Knowledge of the principles and practices of stormwater management including, but not limited to, erosion and sediment control, structural control, best management practices, and spill response.
3. Knowledge of construction materials, means, methods, and techniques pertaining to the construction and maintenance of erosion and sediment control and stormwater management facilities and best management practices.
4. Ability to lead, supervise, train, and develop subordinate inspectors.
5. Ability to read, review, and interpret construction project plans and specifications and other technical materials related to stormwater management and related facilities and practices.
6. Ability to investigate and analyze construction and regulatory issues and disputes in order to formulate and implement recommended solutions.
7. Ability to use ArcGIS to prepare maps and other graphics.
8. Ability to communicate ideas effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to prepare accurate records and reports.
9. Ability to deal effectively with government officials, property owners, consultants, contractors, developers, and the public; ability to lead and work as a member of a team.