Position will start at the entry level of the City's salary table. Consideration may be given if experience exceeds entry level qualifications.
4 Year Degree
The City of Grand Island, Nebraska, is looking for a qualified professional to fill their FOG Program Manager position. This position is under the general direction of the Regulatory Compliance Manager, plans, designs, implements, guides, and coordinates the activities of the Fats, Oils, & Grease (FOG) Program for the community.
Display honest, trustworthy, and ethical behavior when dealing with internal and external customers.
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Regular attendance that is punctual and dependable is required.
Disseminate NPDES and FOG program information to staff and to the public.
Develop and maintain a FOG outreach and education program.
Complete the setup of portable samplers for the collection and evaluation of collection system, storm water system, commercial and/or industrial contributors.
Conduct collection system sampling and analysis for source identification and control of pollutants.
Complete site visits/inspections at commercial and/or industrial contributors.
Lead enforcement efforts with respect to FOG regulations. Perform inspections, prepare reports, and contact responsible party. Perform follow-up investigations and work with Legal Department.
Consult with management staff, private engineers, contractors, utility companies, and the public regarding voluntary compliance with regulations. Conduct follow-up site inspections to ensure continued compliance.
Make recommendations for FOG Program development and budget.
Address inquiries and problems from industrial and storm water users and handle citizen concerns and complaints regarding the industrial pre-treatment FOG Program.
Complete collection system FOG control monitoring.
Make recommendations pertaining to the enforcement of and compliance with the FOG Program.
Monitor users for compliance with the terms of discharge and industrial permits; conducts sampling, tests, inspections, and re-inspections to ensure compliance and/or violations have been corrected.
Conduct regular inspections of Food Service Establishments (FSE’s) and FOG processes.
Maintain a log of laboratory results and equipment.
Maintain computerized databases of information regarding laboratory analysis; input data needed for reporting, and produce various reports as requested.
Compute laboratory results.
Perform related duties as assigned.
Experience in environmental permitting or compliance is preferred, or an appropriate combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in engineering, environmental studies, science, or a closely related field with emphasis in environmental compliance.
License or Certification:
Employee must possess a valid driver’s license and maintain insurability as determined by the City’s insurance carrier.
Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Class IV Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Certificate within eighteen months of date of employment.
Become certified in required laboratory testing procedures within eighteen months of date of employment.
Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Must submit a copy of your Bachelor's degree or transcripts with your application.
The City of Grand Island is the fourth largest city in Nebraska, with an estimated population of 50,000. The community also serves residents in much of rural Nebraska including an area of over 20,000 square miles with an estimated population of over 200,000. Incorporated in 1872, Grand Island has a rich history reflected today in the stability of the community and the outstanding quality of life for its residents.
More than 90 manufacturing plants provide jobs for over 7,000 people, drawing from a rural population base of talented and diverse workers.