DECA is Hiring: Air Permit Specialist

Job Description

DECA is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services for North America. We are Family-Owned and have been in business for 17 years. Our reputation rests on the technical expertise, dedication, and service provided by our employees.  We service a wide array of clients in the manufacturing arena ranging from the RV industry, automotive, glass, secondary aluminum and asphalt companies.

We are looking for an Air Permit Specialist who can manage their time on multiple projects. The ability to work independently and manage time spent working multiple projects with ease is a must! Being a team player is also crucial to work our very cooperative atmosphere.  We strive to get the “ataboy” from our clients for anticipating their needs and being there when needed.

Job Duties Include:

  • Manage the timely and accurate preparation of required EHS reports, both internal and external.
  •  Strong written, verbal, and data analysis skills are required.
  • Assist with compliance visits and completing emissions inventories
  • Review and negotiate air permit conditions with regulatory agencies
  • Provide guidance and documents to the site for management of compliance with air permits.

This position allows for a  strong work/life balance as we understand you have a life outside of work and allow for that flexibility.  We offer competitive compensation and benefits that include paid time off and 401k.

Job Requirements

The applicant should have strong technical experience with air quality analyses, and also have experience interacting with clients and regulatory agencies. This position will be expected to communicate with clients, and progress to being the primary client contact in some situations.

Minimum Experience:

  • Strong air permitting knowledge for IN
  • Emission calculations
  • TV, FESOP and MSOP permitting
  • Air quality regulations applicability determinations
  • TIER II and Form R determination and reporting
  • Stormwater plan implementation and knowledge of the rules
  • SPCC Rules knowledge
  • Hazardous Waste knowledge

Preferred Experience (beneficial and required):

  • Ability to interact, cooperate and get along with co-workers.
  • Good positive attitude
  • Must be able to walk into a plant and accomplish the goal
  • Ability to establish and maintain professional working relationships with clients
  • NEPA air quality analyses

Professional Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Science, Environmental, or related
  • 4 to 10 years of experience in Air Quality compliance
  • A portion of that experience with the oil and gas industry
  • Proficient in Microsoft programs including Word and Excel
  • Strong experience with writing and communicating technical material
  • Minor travel may be necessary