Environmental Scientist (Air Program)
· Conduct field monitoring and mitigation studies to reduce pesticide contamination to the air. Analyze monitoring, and environmental data using a variety of techniques including statistics, geographic information systems (GIS), databases, and computer modeling.
· Coordinate cooperative projects between agencies, universities, growers, registrants and County Agriculture Commissioners; provide liaisons within the Department and external stakeholders; negotiate and manage extramural contracts and agreements.
· Assist in planning and conducting training of State or county personnel; write scientific reports and technical documents, publishing articles is encouraged; make oral presentations to governmental organizations, scientific associations, growers and the public.
Education: Possession of a bachelor's or advanced degree with a major in a biological, chemical, physical, or environmental science, soil science, water science, hydrology, agronomy, natural resource science, environmental or public health, physical geography, or a closely related scientific discipline. (Admission to a masters or doctoral degree program for the above scientific disciplines shall be considered to meet these education qualifications.)
1) Create a CalCareer Account
2) Take the Self-Assessment Exam:
Within your account select “Exam/Assessment Applications”, in the search box type in “Environmental Scientist”
3) Apply for the Environmental Scientist (JC-180229):
In your account, select “Job Applications” and enter “Environmental Scientist”
4) Complete the supplemental questionnaire. https://tinyurl.com/yyv2tfkj
For questions and help with the application process, please contact
Kean S Goh, PhD Kean.Goh@cdpr.ca.gov
Alexis Carriker, Phone: 916.445.6054 Alexis.Carriker@cdpr.ca.gov
California Department of Pesticide Regulation