Field Liaison (environmental Due Diligence) – Demolition Department

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City of Detroit
Published
May 10, 2022
Location
River Rouge, MI
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DEMOLITION DEPARTMENT

PLANNING & STRATEGY DIVISION

FIELD LIAISON- ENVIRONMENTAL DUE DILIGENCE (EDD)

The City of Detroit Demolition Department respectfully requests resumes in order to establish a list of potential candidates for the open position of Field Liaison, Environmental Due Diligence (EDD). This position sits within the Planning & Strategy Division of the Demolition Department.

The Field Liaison position is intended for persons interested in a historic opportunity to work with the largest blight elimination program in the nation. The Detroit Demolition Program is responsible for the remediation and demolition of thousands of properties throughout the City.

The Field Liaison will report to the Field Superintendent overseeing environmental due diligence (EDD) work completed in the field. Key services include, but are not limited to, regularly monitoring contractors performing environmental due diligence to ensure full compliance with the Scope of Services, reporting on services performed using various platforms, handling citizen complaints, and managing data produced by fieldwork.

~ THIS IS A TEMPORARY POSITION (TASS)

Examples of Duties

* Regularly monitor contractors performing environmental due diligence Scopes of Services before, during, and after work to ensure full compliance with the Scope and all applicable Federal and State laws and regulations
* Record non-compliance of the Scope of Services as directed.
* Complete reports and checklists, manage and monitor data as directed using a variety of databases, that include, but are not limited to Salesforce, Smartsheets, and Google Docs / Sheets.
* Investigate, document, and conduct follow-up activities in response to citizens' complaints as directed and work with contractors to mitigate the situation causing the complaint.
* Accept and complete various assignments as directed in a professional and timely manner

Minimum Qualifications

* High School Diploma or GED; OR
* 1 - 3 years of professional experience

EQUIVALENCY

* Equivalent combinations of education and experience that provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities will be evaluated on an individual basis.

Supplemental Information

KNOWLEDGE OF:

* Technology, particularly using computers and smartphones to capture photos, take notes, review reports, and receive/send emails.
* Hazardous/Regulated materials survey and inspection, preferred
* Hazardous/Regulated materials (particularly asbestos) abatement, preferred.
* General residential construction preferred.

ABILITY TO:

* Able to understand and fulfill oral and written instructions
* Ability to work well in a fast-paced and demanding environment
* Excellent time management skills and ability to multitask

REQUIRED SUBMITTAL INFORMATION:

The following documents are REQUIRED for consideration:

* Cover Letter
* Updated Resume

Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position.

The above statements describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to the class. Incumbents may be required to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification. Essential duties may vary from position to position

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