The City of Berkeley is accepting applications to fill a Hazardous Materials Manager position!
Under general administrative direction, develops and administers a comprehensive toxics management program, supervises and provides technical review of professional and support staff, and performs complex inspection and enforcement duties in an environmental hazardous substances program; performs related work as assigned. This class directs and administers the City’s Toxics Management Division functions. The Hazardous Material Manager formulates policy, develops goals, objectives, and operational improvement priorities for the division, supervises staff, administers the division’s budget and directs operations. Assignments allow for a high degree of administrative direction independent judgment in the planning of work programs. The manager conducts the most complex and difficult investigations and insures completion of other inspections, reports and presentations of findings, which require a comprehensive knowledge of the handling and management of hazardous materials. This class is distinguished from the Director of Planning, which has responsibility to manage all of the divisions within planning, including Building and Safety, Land Use Planning, Office of Energy & Sustainable Development, and Toxics Management This classification is sometimes required to work extended, weekend, holiday and off-hours to handle emergency situations.
Typical duties may include:
Equivalent to graduation from a four year college or university with a major in chemistry, biology, geology, hydrogeology, toxicology, environmental management sciences, physical or engineering science, or a related field.
Four (4) years of experience in hazardous materials management, or similar hazardous materials programs. At least two (2) years of experience must include responsibility for enforcement of hazardous materials laws, regulations, and ordinances at a level equivalent to the Hazardous Materials Specialist II classification.
A master’s degree in an appropriate field may be substituted for up to one (1) year of the experience requirement.
Applicants must submit the following:
All materials must be received no later than 5:00 PM (PST) on the closing date. Postmarks, faxes and incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Resumes are not a substitute for a completed application.
The examination process will consist of:
Candidates under final consideration for employment with the City should expect to undergo an employment background/reference check that may include, but is not limited to: employment history, confirmation of educational credentials and degrees, licenses including driver’s license, registrations, certificates, and other credentials as part of the appointment process. Some positions, depending on the nature of the work, also require a credit check and a review of Summary Criminal History obtained from the State Department of Justice through Live Scan fingerprinting.
DISCLAIMER: The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute a contract, expressed or implied, and any provisions contained in this bulletin may be modified or revoked without notice. Tests may consist of any combination of written, oral or other exercises or assessment procedures that test content. Components may include, but are not necessarily limited to, typing, math, reading, writing and analytical skills; problem solving ability; computer and software proficiency, or any other job-related knowledge, skill, ability or qualification. The City may, without notice, change or eliminate any particular assessment component or combination of components as needs dictate.
All City employees are required to provide services as Disaster Service Workers in the event of an emergency/disaster.
Exam Access Accommodation: In compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations, the City of Berkeley will employ and promote qualified individuals without regard to disability. The City is committed to making reasonable accommodations in the examination process and in the work environment. Individuals requesting reasonable accommodations in the examination process must do so no later than the final filing date for receipt of applications, otherwise it may not be possible to arrange accommodations for the selection process. Such requests should be addressed to the Human Resources Department | 1-510-981-6800 | firstname.lastname@example.org |2180 Milvia 1st Floor, Berkeley, CA 94704. Requests can be made via email, phone, or in writing via U.S. mail.
Alternative Application Formats: This application material is available in alternative formats upon request. Alternative formats include audio-format, braille, large print, electronic text, etc. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, 2180 Milvia Street, Berkeley | Phone: 1-(510)-981-6300 | TTY: 1-(510)-981-6347| ADA@cityofberkeley.info and allow 7-10 days for production of the material in an alternative format.
The City of Berkeley is an EEO/ADA Employer.
Employees must have a regular work schedule of at least 20 hours per week to be eligible for benefits. Less than full-time employees receive pro-rated benefits.
City employees are included in the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS). Retirement formula is either 2% at age 62, or 2.7% at age 55 depending on the individual’s eligibility. Employees are vested in CalPERS after 5 years of full-time service. A new employee’s contribution to CalPERS will range from 8%-15.25% depending on membership in CalPERS or a reciprocal retirement plan.
The City contributes 6.7% of the employee’s salary (up to a maximum annual salary of $32,400) into a 401(a) Supplemental Retirement Income Plan account (SRIP).The City is not a member of Social Security, therefore only the Medicare portion is deducted from employees’ salaries.
Three voluntary deferred compensation 457 plans are offered. Employees may contribute up to $19,000 per year on a pre-tax basis.
The City offers a choice of a Kaiser HMO Plan or Sutter Health Plus Plan. The City contributes up to the full family premium for the Kaiser HMO Plan. Employees pay additional premium costs if they choose the Sutter Health Plus Plan. Employees who have medical coverage under another plan may choose to waive City-provided medical coverage and receive a monthly stipend.
The City provides group dental benefits through Delta Dental Plan of California. The City contributes up to the family coverage for the plan, which covers 90% of the dental charges up to $3,000 annually per person. Orthodontic benefits are offered at a $3,000 lifetime maximum per person. Employees who have dental coverage under another plan may choose to waive City-provided dental coverage and receive a monthly stipend.
The City provides employees with a $50,000 Life Insurance and Accidental Death & Dismemberment policy. Employees have the option to purchase additional term life insurance up to a maximum of $300,000.
Twelve days of paid sick leave earned annually.
Vacation is accrued at the following annual rate: Two weeks per year for the first three years; Three weeks in years 4 – 11; Four weeks in years 12 – 17; Five weeks in years 18 – 24; Six weeks in 25 years and after.
Thirteen regular holidays and three floating holidays annually.
Certain classifications that are not eligible for paid overtime receive 50 hours of Administrative Leave annually. Consult with the Human Resources Department for additional information.
The City provides long-term disability insurance that provides partial income replacement in the event of disability. Benefit is paid at 60% of salary.
RETIREE MEDICAL COVERAGE
The City pays a portion of the medical premiums of the retiree and eligible spouse or domestic partner based upon years of service. Requires at least 8 years of CalPERS service with the City and reaching age 55.
The City subsidizes the services for most employees by paying for 75% of the membership fee. Employees who choose to join, pay for the remainder of the fee. The Berkeley Downtown YMCA is across the street from the Civic Center Building.
The City provides annual free Eco-pass for AC Transit, and an IRC 132(f) plan for transit vouchers where employees may set aside pre-tax income to pay for public transportation expenses. City contributes $20 per month to the plan for employees using public transportation.
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