[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Position Announcement



Below and attached in Word document and text files please find a
position announcement for a hazardous waste management specialist
position with the Business Environmmental Program of the University of
Nevada, Reno.  If you have experience with hazardous waste management,
pollution prevention, small business operations, and databases please
consider applying.

The Reno/Lake Tahoe area offers tremendous outdoor recreation
opportunities and low cost air access to most west coast locations.   As
a university program, we enjoy a tremendous benfits package as well as
acess to university facilities and events. 
 
The Business Environmental Program has experienced expanding funding and
assistance program activities since originally established in 1988.  Our
affilitation with the Small Business Development Center allows us to
take business oriented approaches to implementation of pollution
prevention projects.

I appreciate you assistance in posting the attached announcement or
forwarding this e-mail to others who may be interested.


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Date:			September 2, 1997

Department:		Nevada Small Business Development Center/
			Business Environmental Program

Position Title:	Hazardous Waste Management Specialist (HWMS)

Qualifications: 	Bachelorís degree in engineering, physical sciences, or
related field.  Minimum of two years experience in environmental
management or with an environmental regulatory agency is required. 
Candidate should be prepared to apply for Nevada Certification as a
Certified Environmental Manager or Hazardous Waste Management
Specialist.  Position requires excellent inter-personal, communication,
public speaking, writing skills and good command of English language. 
Concepts of pollution prevention and waste reduction techniques
essential.  Understanding of the regulatory structure and regulations
affecting small businesses imperative.  Applicant must possess knowledge
of processes and operations typically used by industry and small
businesses (dry-cleaning, autorepair/autobody) and the waste streams
generated.  Candidate must be proficient or possess the ability to
become proficient in computer applications including, but not limited
to, Microsoft Office products, relational and hierarchical database
management systems (dBASE, Access, PC-Focus) and the Internet.

Responsibilities:	The HWMS is responsible for providing technical
assistance to Nevada businesses through conducting on-site assessments
of waste management and pollution prevention practices at businesses and
offering personal counseling to businesses across the state; developing
and presenting training seminars on hazardous waste management and
pollution prevention to the business community across the state;
providing assistance through a toll-free assistance line; and writing
fact sheets, manuals, and newsletter articles for publication and
distribution to businesses.  This position provides data support
services which includes managing several databases; auditing the
accuracy of data entry; creating and running reports; catering to
specific data inquiries; transferring data; managing student workers;
managing a website of  program information; and maintaining a mail list
for marketing of services.  This position is also involved in program
outreach efforts through group presentations to trade associations,
economic development agencies, and at various trade shows and
conferences.

Salary	:		Commensurate with experience. 

Procedure:		Mail or fax resume and references by 10/06/97 to:
Search Committee/Hazardous Waste Management Specialist
Nevada Small Business Development Center/032
University of Nevada, Reno
Reno, NV 89557-0100
Phone: 702-784-1717 or 689-6677
Fax: 702-784-4337

The University of Nevada is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
religion, sex, age, creed, national origin, veteran status, physical or
mental disability, and in accordance with University policy, sexual
orientation, in any program or activity it operates.  University of
Nevada employs only United States citizens and aliens lawfully
authorized to work in the United States.

Hazwas~1.doc

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Date:			September 2, 1997

Department:		Nevada Small Business Development Center/
			Business Environmental Program

Position Title:	Hazardous Waste Management Specialist (HWMS)

Qualifications: 	Bachelor's degree in engineering, physical sciences, or related field.  Minimum of two years experience in environmental management or with an environmental regulatory agency is required.  Candidate should be prepared to apply for Nevada Certification as a Certified Environmental Manager or Hazardous Waste Management Specialist.  Position requires excellent inter-personal, communication, public speaking, writing skills and good command of English language.  Concepts of pollution prevention and waste reduction techniques essential.  Understanding of the regulatory structure and regulations affecting small businesses imperative.  Applicant must possess knowledge of processes and operations typically used by industry and small businesses (dry-cleaning, autorepair/autobody) and the waste streams generated.  Candidate must be proficient or possess the ability to become proficient in computer applications including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office products, r!
 elational and hierarchical database management systems (dBASE, Access, PC-Focus) and the Internet.

Responsibilities:	The HWMS is responsible for providing technical assistance to Nevada businesses through conducting on-site assessments of waste management and pollution prevention practices at businesses and offering personal counseling to businesses across the state; developing and presenting training seminars on hazardous waste management and pollution prevention to the business community across the state; providing assistance through a toll-free assistance line; and writing fact sheets, manuals, and newsletter articles for publication and distribution to businesses.  This position provides data support services which includes managing several databases; auditing the accuracy of data entry; creating and running reports; catering to specific data inquiries; transferring data; managing student workers; managing a website of  program information; and maintaining a mail list for marketing of services.  This position is also involved in program outreach efforts through group !
 presentations to trade associations, economic development agencies, and at various trade shows and conferences.

Salary	:		Commensurate with experience. 

Procedure:		Mail or fax resume and references by 10/06/97 to:
Search Committee/Hazardous Waste Management Specialist
Nevada Small Business Development Center/032
University of Nevada, Reno
Reno, NV 89557-0100
Phone: 702-784-1717 or 689-6677
Fax: 702-784-4337

The University of Nevada is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, creed, national origin, veteran status, physical or mental disability, and in accordance with University policy, sexual orientation, in any program or activity it operates.  University of Nevada employs only United States citizens and aliens lawfully authorized to work in the United States.