Responsibilities of the position include providing research, analysis, consultation and coordination services to WisDOT staff and management on proposed environmental laws and regulations. Assist the NW Region operating units, project teams, and consultants in development, implementation, and documentation of environmental processes under provisions of the National and Wisconsin Environmental Policy Acts and the Department’s environmental operational policies, guidelines and procedures.
This position will also help to coordinate environmental processes and issues related to environmental documents, wetland identification and banking, threatened and endangered species, Section 401 and Section 404 permits, hazardous materials contamination investigation and remediation, Section 4f/6f documents, noise, air quality, agriculture, and interagency agreements for projects in assigned counties.
**Teleworking is currently allowed 3 out of 5 days a week!
A minimally qualified applicant will have training/education and/or experience with all of the following:
Interpreting, conveying and/or implementing laws, rules, policies, and/or procedures
Analyzing, evaluating, or documenting environmental areas of concern (wetlands, hazardous materials, archaeological and historical investigations, threatened and endangered species, etc.)
Reading and interpreting complex diagrams or plans
A well-qualified applicant will have experience, training/education or internship experience with at least one of the following:
Reading and interpreting highway plans, maps, exhibits
Preparing environmental documents in accordance with NEPA and WEPA regulations
Preparing and/or analyzing environmental documents for accuracy