I received the following email this morning. If interested, please follow the links below to apply.
I would like to announce a second vacancy in my section at the California Air Resources Board (CARB) in Sacramento. This section is responsible for developing CARB’s EMFAC emissions model. EMFAC is the official model for estimating current and future on-road mobile source air pollutant emissions in California and is used to support transportation and air quality planning, photochemical modeling, and regulations. The incumbent will be responsible for mining, analyzing, and quality assuring mobile source data in order to develop emission inventories using defensible, well documented methodologies. Candidates with experience in relational databases and programming languages such as Python and SQL are especially desirable. As this position will be responsible for coordinating with other staff and stakeholders to shape the future development of the EMFAC model, communication skills and the ability to work in a team are critical.
The link to the job announcement is below:
In order to be eligible for this position, candidates must be on the Air Pollution Specialist (APS) eligibility list. Getting on this list is instantaneous and can be done through our web interface, assuming the candidate meets the minimum qualifications. The process for gaining APS eligibility can be found through the link below, under “Continuous Examinations”, “Air Pollution Specialist”:
For more information about this position or gaining APS eligibility, please contact Steve Zelinka at firstname.lastname@example.org. The final date is to apply for this position is 5/17/2017
Manager, On-Road Model Implementation Section
Mobile Source Analysis Branch
Air Quality Planning and Science Division
California Air Resources Board