Starting pay for the entry level is between $37,356 and $61,652 annually ($17.96 - $29.40 per hour). Starting pay for the advanced level is between $48,630 and $78,686 annually ($23.38 - $37.83 per hour). Pay on appointment for current or former state employees based on the State Compensation Plan. The entry is Pay Schedule/Range 14-14, advanced is 14-13. A 12-month probation period is required.
The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is looking for talented individuals to work for our Air Management Program in the Division of Environmental Management as engineers specializing in compliance and permitting at either the entry or advanced level. Come join the Department of Natural Resources!
The Air Management Program offers: • meaningful, rewarding work that directly impacts the environment • formal training plan that provides opportunity for advancement • frequent and timely feedback as part of a formal performance evaluation program • project work involving collaboration with other team members • an appealing benefits package
In addition to many appealing benefits, the DNR offers a fun, casual work environment, flexible scheduling (depending on the position), and opportunities for career development. The DNR is an inclusive, diverse agency that prides itself on commitment to sustainability. Come join the Department of Natural Resources where you can contribute to rewarding and meaningful work! Click here, for additional information about State Government positions.
*Please note: This is a continuous recruitment that will be used to fill multiple vacancies over the next 6 - 12 months. If you are interested in these positions, you should apply now. There is a section of the application where you can indicate in which count(ies) you are available to work. Please only check the counties you are seriously interested in. The first review of resumes and cover letters will be on 10/23/2019.
Current undergraduate students nearing degree completion are encouraged to apply.
Air Management is seeking highly motivated engineers to join its compliance and permitting teams. Individuals in these positions will use engineering principles to review and issue air pollution control construction permits to new air pollution sources and operation permits to existing air pollution sources in the State of Wisconsin, or to inspect these sources to ensure they are in compliance with applicable federal and state air pollution control requirements. Responsibilities will be performed under supervision while becoming well versed in rules relating to the Clean Air Act.
Successful candidates will be motivated, creative problem solvers who work well with others using communication and negotiation skills in service to the public and to the affected sources. These positions require an engineering approach to problem solving and emission assessment and a comprehensive approach to air quality management. These positions work with departmental teams, the public, affected sources, local officials, other state agencies, and the federal government to accomplish work plan goals.
DNR does not sponsor work visas, thus, in compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify eligibility to work in the United States by completing the required I-9 form upon hire.
Minimally qualified candidates will meet one of the criteria listed below: • Registration as a Professional Engineer as determined by the Department of Safety and Professional Services per s. 443.04, Wis. Stats • A specific record, issued by the professional engineering section of the Department of Safety and Professional Services, showing 4 years or more of experience in engineering work of a character satisfactory to the professional engineering section AND satisfactory completion of the fundamentals of engineering exam • Has graduated or will graduate by time of appointment from a recognized college or university with a degree in a related engineering field • Has equivalent professional training and practical experience so as to be deemed a professional engineer as defined in Department of Safety and Professional Services per s. 443.01, Wis. Stats. AND also deemed to be qualified to engage in professional engineering practice as determined by the Department of Safety and Professional Services per s. 443.04 or 443.05, Wis. Stats.
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Qualified veterans with a 30%-or-more service-connected disability are eligible for non-competitive appointment to permanent positions in classified civil service under s. 230.275, WI Stats. For information on how to apply under this provision, please contact the Human Resources Specialist listed above. Current State employees are not eligible for non-competitive appointment.
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The DNR is an equal opportunity employer that promotes and values diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability.