Job Board

As a membership benefit, CASQA member organizations may request to have position openings advertised on the Job Board and in the CASQA Bi-Weekly Update. This benefit does not apply to individual (one person) memberships.

Environmental Compliance Inspector/Senior Environmental Compliance Inspector
City of Ventura (Ventura, CA)

The City of Ventura is looking for an Environmental Compliance Inspector/Senior Environmental Compliance Inspector with drive and enthusiasm to join the Public Works Department’s Stormwater Compliance and Household Hazardous Waste Programs. The City is seeking candidates passionate about protecting environmental systems while simultaneously motivated to engage and educate residents and the business community about management practices that keep potential pollution from reaching the City’s storm drain system. The position will oversee the City’s daily operations and inspections for the Stormwater Compliance Program and Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Program. The City is willing to provide training on stormwater requirements, hazardous waste requirements, inspection, enforcement and outreach/education.
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Senior C/CAG Stormwater Program Specialist
City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County (Redwood City, CA)

The City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County (C/CAG) is seeking a dynamic and passionate Senior Stormwater Program Specialist to champion the San Mateo Countywide Water Pollution Prevention Program. The Senior Stormwater Program Specialist position plays a significant role in C/CAG’s efforts to manage and improve stormwater runoff quality, contributing significantly to the region’s environmental health and sustainability.This pivotal role involves collaborating with 21 member agencies, including the County and cities within San Mateo, the San Mateo County Flood and Sea Level Rise Resiliency District, regional stormwater and watershed management programs and partners, as well as local businesses, stakeholders, and the general public in San Mateo County. This role requires a professional who is committed to environmental stewardship, capable of navigating complex regulatory environments, and adept at collaborative problem-solving.
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Environmental Specialist- Environmental Programs
UCLA (Los Angeles, CA)

UCLA is currently seeking an experienced Environmental Compliance Specialist. Candidates already certified as a Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD), Qualified SWPPP Practitioner (QSP) and Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CESC) in California is highly preferred.

Stormwater management on the UCLA Campus is regulated by the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) and the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board through the Phase II Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Program. UCLA’s MS4 program is implemented through the UCLA Storm Water Management Plan. The goal of UCLA’s Campus’ Stormwater Management Program is to protect and restore the physical, chemical, and biological integrity of our nation’s waterways by controlling and limiting discharges of pollutants to these waterways, in particular Ballona Creek and the Santa Monica Bay. UCLA also owns, operates, or leases other properties in California requiring Stormwater Management Plans for their locality.

Additional responsibilities include management of Sanitary Sewer Overflow reporting under California Integrated Water Quality System (CIWQS), Office of Emergency Management (OEM) spill reporting, Phase I site assessment review, and providing training for Storm Water/MS4 compliance, as needed.
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Deputy Director for Water Quality Division
State Water Resources Control Board (Sacramento, CA)

Under the direction of the Chief Deputy Director, the Deputy Director, plans, organizes, monitors, coordinates and directs the work of the Division of Water Quality development and implementation of the Division’s statewide responsibilities for water quality-related policy and permit development, standard setting, investigation and regulation. Aligning these many programs with the State Water Board’s mission and its commitment to advance equity, consistent with the State Water Board’s racial equity resolution and racial equity action plan, is a key priority for the State Water Board and an on-going responsibility of the position.
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Environmental Scientist (Water Quality)
Blankinship Bowman (Davis, CA)

We are seeking an entry to mid-level professional interested in water quality and regulatory compliance applicable to a variety of settings including industrial and construction stormwater, dairy, winery and aquatic pesticides. The position uses knowledge, training, background and experience in water quality to identify solutions to a variety of problems in both urban and agricultural settings. The position regularly interacts with clients and regulatory agency staff, prepares scope, schedule and cost estimates and manages or assists with management of projects.
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Executive Director
Sacramento State University (Sacramento, CA)

The Executive Director of Office of Water Programs (OWP) is responsible for: providing leadership in maintaining OWP as the largest self-funded center in the California State University system; directing the development and update process of new and existing training materials for operators, managers, and inspectors of drinking water, wastewater, distribution, and collection systems; leading the continued commitment to excellence as an internationally recognized leader in training programs that publishes a continually evolving library of print, electronic, and online training materials; sustaining OWP as a leader in providing technical assistance and applied research for the drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, groundwater, and watershed planning disciplines; developing strategies to sustain OWP’s leadership in supporting state and federal agencies in engineering/technical/public policy water management research consistent with Sacramento State’s goals as outlined in the Anchor University Initiative.
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Water Quality Engineer (Engineer I-II-III-IV)
County of Ventura (Ventura, CA)

The County of Ventura is seeking a Water Quality Engineer for the County Stormwater Program within the Public Works Agency. Under general direction, the Water Quality Engineer is responsible for progressively complex civil engineering office and field duties related to implementation of total maximum daily load (TMDL), land development, and construction requirements under the Los Angeles Regional Phase I MS4 NPDES Permit, as applicable to the unincorporated areas of the County of Ventura. The ideal candidate will be experienced in performing professional engineering work related to land development, low impact development/green street design, and protection of stormwater quality, and will be an effective communicator with a wide range of individuals.
This is a continuous recruitment and may close at any time; therefore, apply as soon as possible if you are interested.
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Watershed Scientist (Flood Control Planner)
Riverside County Flood Control & Water Conservation District (Riverside, California)

The County of Riverside has an opportunity for a Watershed Scientist in the Flood Control District’s Watershed Protection Division. The Watershed Scientist will be responsible for a wide range of surface water resource management and environmental regulatory compliance activities; The Watershed Scientist will conduct water quality investigations, perform sampling and field monitoring; research and analyze environmental quality data; evaluate compliance with regulatory requirements; prepare complex technical reports and guidance documents; manage sampling and analysis contracts; review environmental legislation/regulations for impact on municipal operations; engage with regulatory and interagency committees concerning water quality monitoring, management program elements, and reporting procedures.
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Water Quality and Environmental Compliance Specialist (Flood Control Planner)
Riverside County Flood Control & Water Conservation District (Riverside, California)

The Water Quality and Environmental Compliance Specialist will be responsible for a wide range of surface water resource management and protection activities requiring a detailed understanding of the planning, operating, and engineering characteristics of stormwater/flood projects and systems and the NPDES permits governing such activities. The Specialist will conduct and coordinate implementation of compliance actions required by NPDES permits; evaluate program implementation outcomes and effectiveness; prepare and coordinate preparation of required compliance reports and program implementation documents and ensure timely submittal to regulatory agencies; develop and manage consultant contracts as needed to complete required reports and special studies, and review and ensure quality of consultant products; and coordinate with NPDES Copermittees and regulatory agencies to ensure effective implementation of compliance actions.
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