Recruitment #220701-S10D-09


This position is located in Air Quality Division - Permitting Section in the Regional Office in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Hiring Range: $ 1,801.35 - $2,269.85 Bi-Weekly

Major Job Duties:
1. Become familiar with Oklahoma Air Quality Regulations (OAC 252:100), the Oklahoma Clean Air Act, federal rules and regulations, division and agency administrative procedures.
2. Use basic engineering principles and techniques to review all assigned permit applications and in a timely manner issue permits and applicability determinations consistent with State and Federal rules and regulations.
3. Perform inspections of facility equipment for compliance in the issuance of operating permits.  Inspections may require climbing ladders and/or stacks or working in close proximity to industrial equipment.
4. Maintain accurate and timely records in the Division database for all site visits for compliance inspections and performance test, stack test, and RATA observations.
5. As directed by the Permit Unit Engineering Manager and/or Chief Engineer, plan and implement special assignments/projects which support the mission of the Permit Section.
6. Successfully complete training courses as assigned by the supervising Engineering Manager or Chief Engineer.
7. Support data/record management through the use of databases and agency software.

Method of Application:
Applicants meeting the minimum requirements must submit their application via State of Oklahoma Jobs website.  The application must include:
1. Resume
2. Transcript
3. References
4. Current or former employees of the State of Oklahoma must provide their two most recent PMP's.

Special Requirements:
Applicants must be able to:
operate a personal computer up to 8 hours a day
sit behind the wheel of a vehicle for several hours a day.
walk long distances or spend long hours on their feet;
walk over a variety of terrain such as loose gravel, slopes, excavated areas and construction sites;
climb ladders or stairs; and
handle extremes of heat or cold, and inclement weather.

Applicant must have a valid driver's license and be able to travel throughout the state and occasionally stay overnight.  Occasional out-of-state overnight training may ne necessary.

An EEO Employer


Bachelor’s degree in engineering from a college or university which is recognized by the Oklahoma State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, in accordance with the standards of the Accreditation Board of Engineering Technology or a bachelor’s degree in construction management with (heavy) or civil option.

Salary may be commensurate for those that are registered as an Engineer Intern and have one to two years of experience in the practice of engineering subsequent to registration or hold a master’s degree in engineering.

Persons with out-of-state registration as an Engineer Intern must transfer their registration with the State of Oklahoma through the Oklahoma State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors no later than six months from the date of appointment.


Please read instructions carefully and include all required documents when you submit your application.

No additional information will be accepted after the application has been submitted.