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Environmental Specialist II (Financial & Mission Support Supervisor) - P1005

Environmental Specialist II (Financial & Mission Support Supervisor) - P1005
Richmond, Virginia
Minimum Starting Salary: $48,391 - Negotiable Based on Experience
What you will be doing:

The Department of Environmental Quality’s Land Division, Office of Spill Response & Remediation in Richmond, VA is seeking a qualified candidate to supervise the petroleum programs’ financial and mission support team by establishing and maintaining procedures, monitoring results, managing resources and team staff, providing reimbursement and fund management expertise and guidance to staff. Ensure that policies and procedures for disbursements from Virginia Petroleum Storage Tank Fund (VPSTF) are fiscally sound and successfully integrate with technical guidance to promote cleanups from leaking petroleum storage tanks. Evaluate reimbursement program activities to ensure conformance to State Water Control Law and other applicable State and Federal regulations and Agency policy and procedures. Ensure VPSTF budget management conforms to state and federal requirements.
 Qualifications: Key competencies include knowledge, skills and abilities in the areas of:
  • Knowledge of VPSTF program statutes, regulations, and procedures
  • Knowledge of and abilities in state and federal fiscal administration practices, procedures, policies, and regulations, including budget and contract management
  • Demonstrated organizational skills; program planning and evaluation, personnel and resource management skills
  • Ability to identify, analyze and solve complex operational issues
  • Ability to interpret and analyze complex financial data
  • Must possess supervisory and interpersonal skills and able to lead and develop others, including ability to facilitate and bring about consensus
  • Computer skills, including data querying, spreadsheets, and database operations
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
Preferred Qualifications:
Graduation from college or university, preferably with major course work in operations analysis, fiscal administration, accounting or government/business management. A combination of education, training, or experience which would indicate the above knowledge, skills, and abilities may substitute for the major.