[ES_JOBS_NET] Environmental Protection Specialist Position, Augusta ME, Maine DOT

Stephanie Spera stephanie.spera at gmail.com
Thu Nov 9 07:07:58 MST 2017

The Maine Division, located in Augusta, is seeking a talented and motivated
Environmental Protection Specialist (GS-0028-11/12) to work in our creative
and collaborative office.  The Environmental Protection Specialist position
is responsible for managing the Federal-aid Highway environmental program
in Maine. This person will have the opportunity to work on challenging
environmental issues and innovative streamlining initiatives in
collaboration with exceptional environmental staff from the Maine
Department of Transportation and other Federal and State agencies.

*The vacancy announcement is open now and* *will close on November 15**,

The announcement for Status candidates can be found at:

FHWA.FO-2018-0026 (Government Wide):


The announcement for all US Citizens can be found at:

FHWA.FO-2018-0027 (US Citizens):


For information about the Maine Division please visit our website at:

For information about the Maine Department of Transportation, please visit
their website at: http://www.maine.gov/mdot/

In addition to a rewarding work environment, Maine offers stunning scenery
and an abundance of recreational opportunities. The mountains of western
Maine feature some of the best hiking and skiing in the country.  Northern
Maine is home to a rugged tradition of agriculture and includes an
extensive wilderness area.  Eastern Maine boasts an exquisite rocky
coastline including the magnificent scenery of Acadia National Park.  Maine
is geared to four-season activity that should appeal to a variety of
interests.  Whether you enjoy outdoor activities, museums, festivals or
shopping, you will likely find it here.

Nestled on both sides of the Kennebec River, Augusta, with a population of
19,000, is an easy place to live in one of America’s most scenic states.
With its central location, Augusta is only one hour from Maine’s fabled
rock-bound coast with its beautiful lighthouses, or Maine’s largest city,
Portland, which boasts many small independent restaurants serving Maine
‘lobstah‘. And, Augusta is less than three hours from Boston.

We invite you to come to Maine to experience “the way life should be.”  The
following websites will give you a flavor of both the Augusta area and
Maine overall:

For Augusta area information, visit:  https://visitmaine.com/places-

For statewide information, visit: http://www.visitmaine.com/

Questions?  Please contact Cheryl Martin, Assistant Division Administrator,
at 207-512-4912 <(207)%20512-4912> or via e-mail Cheryl.martin at dot.gov or
Brian Lawrence, Engineering Team Supervisor, at 207-512-4920
<(207)%20512-4920> or via e-mail Brian.lawrence at dot.gov.
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