Supervising Environmental Analyst (35 Hour)

Recruitment #230906-6325EE-001


Are you an experienced leader with a passion for the state and its environment? 
If so, we invite you to discover this unique position! 

The State of Connecticut, Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), is seeking a Supervising Environmental Analyst to supervise the Administrative Enforcement Staff in the Enforcement Division of the Bureau of Air Management.

What we can offer you
  • The opportunity to work for a Forbes top company: 'ForbesState of Connecticut Ranked One of the Best Employers of 2023 - State of CT Receives National Recognition for Offering Job Growth, Competitive Benefits, and Flexible Schedule
  • A Platinum Healthcare Plan, the nation’s best for state employees and dependents, according to a report by Georgetown’s Center on Health Insurance Reform and article by Ellen Andrews, Ph.D., along with comprehensive benefit offerings
  • Extensive pension plan and supplemental retirement offerings;
  • Paid time off - including 13 paid holidays per calendar year;
  • Professional growth and paid professional development opportunities; and
  • A healthy work-life balance for all employees! 
Position highlights
The incumbent will supervise the Administrative Enforcement staff in the Air Bureau’s Enforcement Division.  Supervisory duties include but are not limited to scheduling, assigning, and reviewing the work of staff; providing staff training, assistance, and feedback; conducting performance evaluations; determining priorities and planning office work; and establishing and maintaining office procedures.

As a working supervisor, the incumbent will also be responsible for:
  • Overseeing unit operations and assuring staff achieve performance objectives;
  • Classifying violations of air pollution control statutes/regulations and determining appropriate enforcement responses;
  • Managing and developing administrative orders and preparing referrals to the Attorney General’s Office, Chief State’s Attorney’s Office, and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency;
  • Maintaining confidential files and case documentation;
  • Calculating penalty recommendations;
  • Coordinating compliance and enforcement activities with other units in the Division, Bureau, and Department;
  • Negotiating and resolving contentious compliance and personnel matters in a diplomatic, professional, and effective manner;
  • Identifying both programmatic and environmental problems and opportunities in a timely manner and initiating solutions and strategies to address them – this position is critical to ensuring that violations identified by the Bureau’s enforcement staff are addressed by timely and appropriate enforcement responses, resulting in higher compliance rates and improved air quality;
  • Overseeing “reasonably available control technology” applicability determinations for nitrogen oxides and volatile organic compound emissions and the preparation of orders to implement source-specific “reasonably available control technology” demonstrations.
This is a full-time position, Monday-Friday, 8:00AM-5:00PM (35 Hours). Teleworking opportunities may be available. 

About us
In the Bureau of Air Management’s Enforcement Division, the Administrative Enforcement Unit is responsible for processing, developing, and managing enforcement actions involving violations of state and federal air quality laws by issuing administrative/consent orders, assessing civil penalties, and making referrals to the Attorney General’s Office and the Chief State’s Attorney’s Office.  Case management involves working closely with industry, attorneys, consultants, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to negotiate pollution abatement and the collection of civil penalties.  Timely resolution of these cases is necessary to ensure protection of public health and compliance with air pollution limitations/standards and to fulfill the Department’s enforcement commitments and deadlines.  The Administrative Enforcement Unit is also responsible for implementing the Department’s “reasonably available control technology” program by issuing administrative orders to curb nitrogen oxides and volatile organic compound emissions.

Selection Plan

Before you apply:
  • In order to be considered for this job opening, you must meet the Minimum Qualifications as listed on the job opening. You must specify your qualifications on your application.
  • The minimum experience and training requirements must be met by the close date on the job opening, unless otherwise specified.
  • Ensure that your application is complete and detailed before submitting it. In order to comply with Public Act 21-69, the State of Connecticut is no longer asking for resumes during the initial application process. You will not be able to make revisions once your application is submitted into the JobAps system.
  • All application materials must be received by the recruiting agency by the time specified on the job opening for the position for which you are applying. Late applications may not be submitted and will not be considered. Exceptions are rare and limited to documented events that incapacitate a candidate during the entire duration of the job posting time period. It is the candidate’s obligation and responsibility to request an exception and provide a legally recognized justification to accommodate such exception. Requests should be made to
Important information for after you apply:
  • This posting may require completion of additional referral questions (RQs). You can access these RQs via an email that will be sent to you after the posting's closing date or by visiting your JobAps Personal Status Board (Certification Questionnaires section). Your responses to these RQs must be submitted by the questionnaire's expiration date. Please regularly check your email and JobAps Personal Status Board for notifications. Please check your SPAM and/or Junk folders on a daily basis in the event an email provider places auto-notification emails in a user's spam.
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  • Note: At any point during the recruitment process, applicants may be required to submit additional documentation which support their qualification(s) for this position. These documents may include: a cover letter, resume, performance reviews, attendance records, supervisory references, licensure, etc., at the discretion of the hiring agency.
  • The immediate vacancy is listed above, however, applications to this recruitment may be used for future vacancies in this job class.
Questions about this position should be directed to Mackenzie Robinson at


In the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection this class is accountable for supervising a section engaged in environmental analyses and evaluations and coordinating intra- and interagency efforts in state and regional planning and policy development projects.

In other state agencies this class is accountable for supervising a section engaged in environmental analyses and evaluations.


  • Supervises a section engaged in development and implementation of departmental, local or statewide environmental plans and programs; 
  • Schedules, assigns, oversees and reviews work of staff; 
  • Provides staff training and assistance; 
  • Conducts performance evaluations; 
  • Determines priorities and plans office work; 
  • Establishes and maintains office procedures; 
  • Develops or makes recommendations on development of policies and standards; 
  • Acts as liaison with other operating units, agencies and outside officials regarding unit policies and procedures; 
  • Prepares reports and correspondence; 
  • Supervises review and analysis of proposed and existing projects and legislation for environmental impact, consistency with policies and plans and economic benefits and costs; 
  • Oversees preparation of environmental impact statements; 
  • Directs administration of state and federal program budgets; 
  • Supervises and coordinates special planning studies; 
  • Identifies and describes state environmental goals and special problem topics; 
  • Monitors and testifies at hearings; 
  • Supervises and cooperates with consultants in project development; 
  • Serves as agency representative at public and committee hearings and conferences; 
  • May prepare enforcement actions; 
  • May serve as department representative on various regulatory and advisory boards and committees; 
  • Performs related duties as required.


  • Considerable knowledge of
    • principles and practices in fields relative to environmental protection; 
    • relevant agency policies and procedures; 
    • relevant state and federal laws, statutes and regulations; 
    • principles and practices of environmental and policy analysis; 
    • environmental program planning principles and practices; 
  • Knowledge of statistics; 
  • Considerable
    • interpersonal skills; 
    • oral and written communication skills; 
  • Skills in research and organization; 
  • Ability to
    • understand and interpret technical data; 
    • utilize computer software; 
  • Supervisory ability.


Eight (8) years of experience involving technical analysis and interpretation of environmental program data or planning and implementing environmental programs.


One (1) year of the General Experience must have been in an advanced working/working lead level capacity.

NOTE: For state employees this experience is interpreted at the level of an Environmental Analyst 3.


  • College training in a scientific or technical discipline related to the environmental field, including but not limited to biological, earth or physical sciences; environmental planning; environmental law; economics; leisure services; geographic information systems; geography with a concentration in geographic information systems; natural sciences; natural resources may be substituted for the General Experience on the basis of fifteen (15) semester hours equalling one-half (1/2) year of experience to a maximum of four (4) years for a Bachelor's degree.
  • A Master's degree in a scientific or technical discipline related to the environmental field including but not limited to biological, earth, or physical sciences; environmental planning; environmental law; economics; leisure services; geographic information systems; geography with a concentration in geographic information systems; natural sciences; natural resources may be substituted for five (5) years of the General Experience.
  • NOTE: Education may only be substituted for a total of five (5) years.


  • Work experience applying the principles and practices of air pollution control as well as state and federal air pollution control statutes and regulations.
  • Experience communicating air pollution information to audiences verbally and in writing.
  • Experience identifying and addressing air pollution violations pursuant to grant and policy-based objectives.
  • Experience developing strategies and approaches to solve air pollution challenges.
  • Experience making decisions in accordance with statutes, regulations, and policies in air quality compliance matters.
  • Experience seeking supervisory or management guidance on discretionary air quality compliance matters.
  • Experience managing competing priorities while meeting deadlines.
  • Experience evaluating work practices and developing policies and procedures for process improvement.


  • Incumbents in this class may be required to travel.
  • Incumbents in this class may be required to possess and retain a valid Motor Vehicle Operator’s license.


Incumbents in this class may be exposed to some danger of injury or physical harm from on-site environments and a moderate degree of discomfort from exposure to year-round weather conditions.



The State of Connecticut is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and strongly encourages the applications of women, minorities, and persons with disabilities.


As defined by Sec. 5-196 of the Connecticut General Statutes, a job class is a position or group of positions that share general characteristics and are categorized under a single title for administrative purposes.  As such, a job class is not meant to be all-inclusive of every task and/or responsibility.