American Fork City, in the rapidly growing north Utah county, is seeking a full-time Stormwater Management Plan Manager. This person provides leadership, coordination, and technical guidance for implementation of the Stormwater Program as mandated by State and Federal regulation. Meets with contractors, developers, engineers, and outside agencies to effectively communicate stormwater regulations and requirements to ensure conformance. Maintain records, prepares and reviews comprehensive and investigative reports and violation histories. Works under the direct supervision of the City Engineer.
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 7 am - 6 pm.
Wage: $26-38 /hour; depending on experience
Great benefits begin first day! Generous retirement plan, no to low-cost health insurance, generous HSA contribution, paid time-off and more!
• Develop and implement the City’s Stormwater Management Plan. Establishes best management practices, and provides training for compliance with the MS4 permit.
• Directs any illicit discharge(s) clean up efforts. Ensures entities that have caused an illicit discharge receive the correct education and enforcement per City code. Develops and maintains an IDDE program with ordinances, procedures, training, public awareness, and documentation.
• Enforces the city code related to Stormwater discharges and water quality protection as required under the SWMP. Document violations and corrective actions. Issues notices of violations and follows up with warnings and notices to ensure compliance. Works with City Officer responsible for issuing civil penalties.
• Plans and directs Stormwater quality tasks during City project construction. This includes writing complete Stormwater Pollution Protection Plans (SWPP) that meet State standards.
• Develops and writes Long Term Stormwater Management Plans (LTSMP) to be maintained and documented by private property owners. Writes City facility LTSMP’s in the same manner, to be maintained by the City facilities. Performs periodic inspections with the site contact on an quarterly, yearly, or 5 year basis.
• Creates annual state report using all documentation from Stormwater events, inspections, illicit discharges, enforcements taken, water sampling data, financial data, and all other items required.
• Creates and manages a database for the documentation of requirements and information necessary in completion of mandated reports.
• Manages and communicate with third parties, which may include laboratories, law firms, state and federal agencies, consultants, HOA’s, community groups, etc. Attend pre-construction meetings.
• Supports and participates in the Utah County Stormwater coalition and Utah Stormwater Advisory Committee. Must be committed to seeking knowledge, learning and proposing new ideas to keep the City’s Stormwater Management Plan current and in compliance with state MS4 permit.
• Courteously answer citizens questions and concerns about the City’s Stormwater Program, water quality, drainage issues, etc.
• Supervise the SWPPP Inspector(s) by establishing assignments, investigations, and reporting requirements.
• Performs related duties as required.
Education and Experience:
A. Bachelors degree in a related field, and three (3) years of experience working with stormwater quality, or equivalent combination of training & experience.
B. Valid Drivers License.
C. Registered Stormwater Inspector (RSI) or ability to obtain within 6 months.
D. Preferred: IS-100, IS-200, Certified Environmental Stormwater Compliance Professional (CESCP)
E. Must have Certified Stormwater Manager (CSM) or related certification within 6-12 months of hire.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Strong experience with Stormwater Management Plans and specifications, and Stormwater MS4 Permit compliance.
• Advanced knowledge of Federal, State, and Local Stormwater regulations.
• Must have knowledge of the installation and maintenance of sediment and erosion controls and Best Management Practices (BMP control measures) to mitigate pollutant discharges into drains.
• Knowledge to interpret construction drawings and utilize computer analysis techniques.
• Demonstrates analytical, problem solving and data analysis skills. Able to work independently with minimal supervision and to assume responsibility.
• Efficiently organize workload according to priorities. Strong project management skills and organizational skills.
• Must have strong mathematical skills to perform calculations and estimations.
• Strong writing skills to created City Stormwater Master Plan, and other reports and presentations.
• Must have intermediate computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite. Desired experience in ArcGIS.
• Able to properly resolve conflicts and communicate professionally and courteously with coworkers, engineers, developers, construction professionals, and the public.
• Good supervisory skills to manage, develop, and work with the SWPPP Inspector(s).
Employees in this position work indoors/outdoor environment, subject to changing and seasonal weather extremes, hazardous materials, chemicals, fumes, and prolonged noise levels.
The employee will frequently need to climb, balance, stoop, twist, kneel, crouch, walk, carry, push, pull, hike up or down steep grades.
Talking, hearing, seeing, typing, sitting, reaching are essential to performing required job functions.
May at times include high stress situations, including contact with the public in confrontational or uncomfortable situations.
May be required to work evenings for specific meetings or other circumstances.