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Prince William County Job Openings

 

Senior Environmental Program Manager (Continuous until filled)

Prince William County Public Works is offering a challenging and rewarding position as a Senior Environmental Program Manager in the Solid Waste Division. This position will manage the Division’s federal, state, and local environmental compliance efforts and will oversee a team of employees responsible for performing specialized environmental monitoring, engineering, permitting, and construction project management at the County’s municipal solid waste landfill and organics compost facility. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree or higher in the natural or physical sciences; environmental or civil engineering; or environmental policy, law, or planning with a minimum of eight years of progressive work experience related to managing regulatory compliance programs for solid waste landfills in Virginia. We welcome applicants with all levels of education and experience to apply. See the full job listing HERE

Recycling Program Manager (Closes 11/22/23)

The Recycling Program Manager works largely independently, both in the office and in the field, with minimal supervision and under the general oversight of the Assistant Director of Public Works for Solid Waste. The job requires excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to effectively engage with County staff, businesses, various stakeholders, the public, and other local and state agencies. The position also requires the ability to collect, manage, and review data to measure outcomes and meet regulatory reporting requirements. See the full job listing HERE

Education and Outreach Coordinator

Prince William County Service Authority is currently seeking an Education and Outreach Coordinator. This person would work with Team Outreach to host events like Trick or Treatment and the Water Art Invitational, as well as support our school and public education programs. Other position responsibilities include, but are not limited to, designing and implementing classroom school outreach lessons using Virginia Standards of Learning aligned lesson plans and a variety of resources, coordinating activities for community outreach events (evenings and weekends), and providing program planning and implementation for community outreach events.

See the full job posting HERE

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NEW Climate and Energy Program Manager Position:

 

About this role:

This new full-time position will be implementing recommendations from the county’s Community Energy and Sustainability Master Plan (CESMP) which focuses on strategies to reduce the county’s greenhouse gas emissions, incorporate renewable energy, and make the county more resilient to the effects of climate change. These recommendations involve actions for county transportation, energy, building efficiency, natural resource protection, and climate adaptation.  Some of these recommendations build upon ongoing efforts in the county, but many of the recommended programs and projects will be newly developed.
 
This position will be supporting the stakeholder engagement necessary for striving towards the county’s goals. This will include engagement with surrounding localities at the regional level. It will include multi-agency collaboration within the county and with relevant county commissions or taskforces. It will also include engagement with the Prince William community to inform about incentives or programs available to take advantage of that may contribute to the achievement of the county’s goals, such as tax incentives or low/no cost energy efficiency programs.
 
The Climate and Energy Manager will also support the development of a data system to analyze impacts of implementation of the recommendations of the CESMP over time. This will entail both qualitative and quantitative analysis of program impacts.
 
Work will be conducted under the direct supervision of the Office of Sustainability Director.

 

Starting Salary Range: $92,073.00 - $124,570.00 Annually

 

Find more information and APPLY HERE.

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Tyler Hawkins, gpac Search Consultant

Waste/Recycling/Environmental Services
Call/text (605) 610-2399
email: tyler.hawkins@gogpac.com
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