North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources
NC Division of Coastal Management
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Jobs at DCM :: Wilmington District Manager


* INTERNAL POSTING FOR CURRENT DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES ONLY *

 

Position: Environmental Program Sup
Working Title: District Manager
Vacancy Number: 60031542
Salary Grade: 77
Salary Range: $50,940 - $84,691
Hiring Range: $50,940 - $65,000
Division: ENR SO ASEN DCM DO P&E SO Wilmington
Type of Appointment: Permanent Full-Time
Location: Wilmington
Posting Date: 05/11/2011
Closing Date: 05/17/2011
Number of Position: 1


Description of Work

"ONLY DENR EMPLOYEES MAY APPLY." THIS IS AN ANTICAPATED VACANCY. This position manages the Division of Coastal Management (DCM) permitting and enforcement activities in the Wilmington District, a four county region that includes Brunswick, New Hanover, Pender, and parts of Onslow counties. The District Manager oversees the implementation and enforcement of the Coastal Resources Commission's (CRC) rules and policies for coastal development pursuant to the Coastal Area Management Act (CAMA) and the Dredge and Fill law. Responsibilities include: managing the daily activities of the district's regulatory staff (field representatives), including site visits, pre-application meetings, project consultations, and enforcement actions for violations; providing support to the CRC including rule development and support in resolving contested cases(permit appeals, variance requests, and civil penalty appeals); supervising field reps and office support staff to include filling vacant positions, completing employee work plans and performance reviews and handling disciplinary actions.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

1. Administration: Experience in reviewing reports for accuracy and completeness, knowledge of performance management training and review with Personnel policies, for staff evaluations and experience in advertising, interviewing and training new personnel. 2. Permitting: Familiarity with permitting review process and knowledge of the management, coordination and training needs for the process. 3. Enforcement: Knowledge of SOPS for violations, enforcement correspondence, recommending restoration actions and civil penalaties. 4. Public Education: Ability to provide an awareness of natural resources and the need for protection along with the ability to provide information to the public on regulatory programs, public access and coastal resources.

Training and Experience Requirements

Graduation from a four-year college or university with a major in one of the Agricultural, Biological, Engineering, Environmental, Natural Resources Sciences or closely related curriculum and four years of progressive experience in environmental work; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. ***Management Preferred Training and Experience*** Familiarity with the NC Coastal Area Management Act (CAMA) and the various public and private stakeholders involved with the NC Coastal Management Program. Familiarity with State and Federal Government Programs (regulatory and non-regulatory) having a role in natural resource management. Training and experience in coastal wetlands ecology/identification and coastal management issues. Experience in providing expert testimony in judical proceedings and supervisory experience is also preferred. ***Degrees must be from appropriately accredited institutions.*** Degrees must be from appropriately accredited institutions.


How to Apply:

Applicant must complete and submit a separate State application for employment form (PD-107), listing the position number and job title applied for. DENR uses the Merit-Based Recruitment and Selection Plan to fill positions subject to the State Personnel Act with the most qualified individuals. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a State Application for Employmnet (PD-107),Original applications, signed and dated must be mailed to the contact person listed. Applicants seeking Veteran's Preference should submit a copy of Form DD-124. All relevant experience must be lilsted on the PD-107 application to recieve proper credit; any information omitted from the application can not be considered for qualifying credit. Applications must be received by 5: 00pm on the closing date. Applications received after 5:00pm on the "closing date" will not be considered. When a salary range is posted the actual salary will be based on relevant competancies, knowledge, skills, and ability, training, internal equity and budgetary considerations pertinent to the advertised position.


Contact Person:

Alice Johnson

Contact Agent:

Environment Natural Resources

Contact Address:

400 Commerce Avenue
Morehead City, 28557

Contact Email:

Contact Phone:

(252) 808 - 2808

Contact Fax:

(252) 247 - 3330


 

 

 

Last Modified: May 11, 2011

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