Supervising Environmental Analyst (35 Hour)


Recruitment #240112-6325EE-001


The State of ConnecticutDepartment of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), Bureau of Materials Management and Assurance’s Waste Engineering and Enforcement Division has an exciting opportunity for a Supervising Environmental Analyst in the Permitting Group.

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  • Engage in a rewarding career.
  • Assist our employees so they can achieve success.
  • Make a difference in the public sector.
  • Work together in a collaborative team environment.
Position Highlights
  • This position is critical in coordinating the evaluation of proposed technologies, review and analysis of permit applications, development of permits for large-scale solid waste facilities, hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facilities and the development and implementation of newly legislatively established programs.
  • The schedule for this position is Monday - Friday, 35 hours per week.
About Us
The Solid and Hazardous Waste Permitting programs within the Bureau of Materials Management and Compliance Assurance, Waste Engineering and Enforcement Division is responsible for all aspects of reviewing applications for and drafting of hazardous waste facility permits, solid waste facility permits, developing general permits authorizing state-wide activities, implementing program planning and policy development, technical assistance, and supporting compliance monitoring and enforcement. The Hazardous Waste and Solid Waste Permitting programs regulates the critical facilities that receive, recycle and dispose of waste materials managed in Connecticut.

The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is charged with conserving, improving and protecting the natural resources and the environment of the state of Connecticut as well as making cheaper, cleaner and more reliable energy available for the people and businesses of the state. The agency is also committed to playing a positive role in rebuilding Connecticut’s economy and creating jobs – and to fostering a sustainable and prosperous economic future for the state.

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Selection Plan

For current state employees, salary calculations are not necessarily comparable from branch to branch but it does not impact your state service credit.

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  • The minimum experience and training requirements must be met by the close date on the job opening, unless otherwise specified.
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  • The immediate vacancy is listed above, however, applications to this recruitment may be used for future vacancies in this job class.
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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.


  • 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.


  • Experience in environmental project or natural resource management;
  • Experience evaluating and interpreting engineering drawings, site plans and specifications, and technical reports used for permitting and operating regulated facilities;
  • Experience researching environmental topics, preparing final documents including technical reports and presentations;
  • Experience leading a team of scientific and technical staff, including assigning and prioritizing projects, establishing deadlines and evaluating results;
  • Experience concurrently managing environmental projects with competing time constraints, coordinating project tasks and deliverables and defining expectations;
  • Experience developing and implementing methods or procedures to establish process improvement, measurable goals and track progress;
  • Experience communicating technical information to the regulated community, state and federal agencies, stakeholders, non-governmental organizations and the general public through oral presentations and written reports;
  • Experience developing or interpreting environmental laws or regulations. 


  • 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.