[ES_JOBS_NET] Fwd: Prospective Jobs at US EPA Boston, MA.
meredith_hastings at brown.edu
Fri Jul 6 08:32:09 MDT 2018
> We are contacting you in hopes that you are willing to pass along this potential opportunity to recently graduated students. Thank you for your help.
> PROSPECTIVE JOBS AT the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
> Excellent Potential Career Opportunities for Environmental Engineers/Scientists
> PRELIMINARY VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT (June 2018)
> A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree required
> If you care about the environment and like to work with people to protect it, then this potential opportunity is worth reading about. In the summer of 2018, there is a high probability that the New England Regional Office of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will advertise multiple vacancies for environmental engineers/scientists on USAjobs.gov <http://usajobs.gov/>. Jobs may include positions for an air pollution specialist, wastewater permit and data analyst, and grants manager.
> The positions will require excellent oral and written communication skills, ability to work in a team and collaborate with internal and external partners and skills at finding information resources. Some of the positions will require engineering cost estimating, technical writing, and knowledge of pollution control processes.
> These positions are open to U.S. citizens and recent graduates who have graduated in the last two years. https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/hiring-information/students-recent-graduates/#url=graduates <https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/hiring-information/students-recent-graduates/#url=graduates>
> The positions will start at the GS-7 ($45,707) level, with the excellent potential for a salary growth to a GS-12 level (salary range of $81,077 to $105,400). The location is at the EPA New England Office in Boston, MA. EPA New England values a diverse work force. If interested in receiving a vacancy announcement please send an email to Greene.Cynthia at epa.gov <mailto:Greene.Cynthia at epa.gov> with the subject line “OEP jobs” stating your interest in receiving notification when the jobs are posted.
> Please note that once the positions are posted they will be open for a very limited time. If you think you may be interested in one of these positions, we encourage you to prepare your USAJobs.gov <http://usajobs.gov/>package in advance, including the federal resume and electronic copies of official undergraduate and graduate transcripts for all degrees. When you apply to the position, follow the directions of the application closely including all the required attachments and answering all of the questions in the announcement. Only packages that include all of the elements will be reviewed and considered for the positions.
> Thank you for your interest in working for the USEPA.
> Cynthia L. Greene, Manager
> Energy and Resilience Unit
> US EPA New England
> Office of Ecosystem Protection
> 5 Post Office Square - Suite 100
> Mail Code: OEP05-2
> Boston, MA 02109-3912
> 617-918-0813 fax
> greene.cynthia at epa.gov <mailto:greene.cynthia at epa.gov>
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