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Butler County Engineer's Office

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Storm Water Inspector


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OMJ Job Number/Reference Code: 3643990

Desired Skills/Duties: The Storm Water Inspector is required to be knowledgeable in the principles and practice of erosion and sediment controls, posse the skills to assess all conditions at the construction site that could impact storm water quality and to assess the effectiveness of any sediment and erosion control measures selected to control the quality of storm water discharges from the construction activity. The Storm Water Inspector is required to be knowledgeable with the planning, review, installation, maintenance, inspection, and reporting of Erosion and Sediment Control practices. The successful candidate must have knowledge in planning, reviewing, and modifying Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) associated with Ohio s Environmental Protection Agency requirements. The Storm Water Inspector must have an understanding of general drainage, runoff control, and post-construction control practices. The Storm Water Inspector must be able to lift manhole lids, storm sewer grates, and negotiate various terrains through construction sites, creeks, streams, rivers, and storm water features for field reviews, inspections and outfall monitoring. Employee must be able to wear safety equipment as required by OSHA, BCEO, and District safety policy. The Storm Water Inspector must perform these functions with or without reasonable accommodation: Communicate well and work well with others and cooperate with residents of Butler County, vendors, customers and employees of Butler County. Review SWPPP and Lot Erosion Sediment Control plan, issue permit, perform compliance inspections, and enter necessary data into county permit database. Advise developers of erosion control regulations and when necessary coordinate enforcement action with Storm Water Coordinator. Perform post-construction site inspections and verify compliance with approved development plans. Inspect and coordinate right-of-way, driveway and utility permit standards. This includes entering permit application entry and inspection entry into county permit database. Locate, document, and perform dry-weather screening of municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) outfalls with aid of a GPS enabled tablet. Assist in responding to homeowner s drainage concerns, erosion of property, stream bank stabilization, pond maintenance and other natural resource management related issues. Provide annual report to Storm Water Coordinator outlining the year s events, number of inspections, number of enforcement actions, and number of sites out of compliance, In addition to the regular duties, the Storm Water Inspector must be available for snow and Ice control. This requires operating a dump truck/snow plow and removing snow and spreading chemicals and materials on county roads. Must be available to perform this function during shift intervals, all hours of the day, seven days a week. Knowledge of NPDES program, regulations, goals and objectives of the Storm Water District. Knowledge of personal computer and/or tablet including database software, word processing, spreadsheets, and email. Understand and read blueprint drawings and/or electronic PDF drawings for grading, erosion control, storm sewer, sanitary and water systems. Working knowledge of construction practices, State of Ohio standards and specifications, ODNR Rainwater Land Development Manual, Ohio EPA NPDES Phase II Program, Ohio EPA NPDES Construction General Permit, construction inspection techniques and soils classification. Ability to read and interpret plans and specifications; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, contractors, other departments and the public; ability to follow written and oral instructions; ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.

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