Brownfield Grant Administrator Pulaski County Government Little Rock

Job Title : Brownfield Grant Administrator
Date : 8 March 2021
Company : Pulaski County Government
City : Little Rock

Pulaski County Government Vacancies 2021 - Pulaski County Government need a new employee to apply Brownfield Grant Administrator that will be placed in Little Rock.

Pulaski County Government Jobs 2021

Detail of : Brownfield Grant Administrator Job Opening in Little Rock

PULASKI COUNTY
invites applications from current County Employees and the

General Public for the position of:

BROWNFIELD GRANT
ADMINISTRATOR

Department: Community Services
Starting Salary Range: $40,433 – 46,818 An Equal Opportunity Employer

Position Number: 001
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt position, eligible for overtime
Safety Sensitive Designation: This position is not designated as safety sensitive and is not subject to

random drug and alcohol screening.
Opening Date: 3/08/21 Closing Date: 3/19/21 at 5:00 PM

JOB SUMMARY:
Responsible for administration of United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grants involving the assessment
and remediation of Brownfield areas; coordinates developer and community participation in environmental redevelopment
projects according to EPA guidelines and regulations; development and implementation of marketing strategies for
participation in environmental assessments, and a revolving loan fund program made available through EPA Brownfield
Grants.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
 Develops and implements guidelines, policies, and procedures for program development ensuring compliance with

EPA requirements.
 Reviews requests from developers/land owners to participate in a Brownfield study within the EPA grant.
 Coordinates program activity with program consultants, land owners, and technical staff.
 Develops and monitors budgets for program activities; reviews and approves grant expenditures.
 Prepares documentation for submittal of project data to the EPA.
 Prepares reports pertinent to assigned program activities.
 Acts as a liaison between developers, environmental consultants, attorneys, and the public for questions concerning

program activities.
 Reviews consultant’s plans and proposals to ensure compliance with grant stipulations.
 Maintains grant files in preparation for annual audit; ensures recordkeeping is in compliance with auditing standards

and relevant grant, state, and federal guidelines.
 Ensures the completion of all necessary documentation for revolving loan applications.
 Provides administrative support for the loan committee with their review and approval of loan applications.
 Prepares informational flyers and brochures to inform community of the program and the related processes and

procedures.
 Reviews historical data concerning site usage.
 Prepares contracts for environmental consultants including all EPA requirements and Federal, State, and County

purchasing regulations.
 Assists in preparation of qualifications needed for Requests for Qualifications used for selection of environmental

consultant.
 Develops and implements educational and promotional tools to inform the community about Brownfield activities

including contamination assessment and cleanup and reuse of Brownfield sites.

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Develops outreach plan to educate community concerning low-interest revolving loans available for eligible
environmental cleanup projects; discusses with developers, land owners, non-profit agencies, and governmental
officials.

 Makes presentations at various community functions, agencies, and organizations to promote Brownfield activities
with emphasis on the revolving loan program and to explain the processes involved with loan applications.

 Explains the benefits of Brownfield activities and the impact of such projects on human health, environment, and
economic development to potential project participants; informs participants of the requirements and application
procedure for the low-interest loan.

 Meets with community members when a cleanup project is approved to explain work involved and impact to
community.

 Develops flyers, brochures and informational material concerning the revolving loan fund for distribution in
community.

 Markets all EPA grants to provide information and opportunity to access funds.
 Assists community with identification of environmental and economic goals, methods of achieving those goals, and

challenges to address.
 Researches and write EPA grant proposals.
 Works with the County Attorney’s Office on program loan negotiations.
 Performs other related duties as required.

SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Develops and implements guidelines, policies, and procedures for program development ensuring compliance with

EPA requirements.
 Reviews requests from developers/land owners to participate in a Brownfield study within the EPA grant.
 Coordinates program activity with program consultants, land owners, and technical staff.
 Develops and monitors budgets for program activities; reviews and approves grant expenditures.
 Prepares documentation for submittal of project data to the EPA.
 Prepares reports pertinent to assigned program activities.
 Acts as a liaison between developers, environmental consultants, attorneys, and the public for questions concerning

program activities.
 Reviews consultant’s plans and proposals to ensure compliance with grant stipulations.
 Maintains grant files in preparation for annual audit; ensures recordkeeping is in compliance with auditing standards

and relevant grant, state, and federal guidelines.
 Ensures the completion of all necessary documentation for revolving loan applications.
 Provides administrative support for the loan committee with their review and approval of loan applications.
 Prepares informational flyers and brochures to inform community of the program and the related processes and

procedures.
 Reviews historical data concerning site usage.
 Prepares contracts for environmental consultants including all EPA requirements and Federal, State, and County

purchasing regulations.
 Assists in preparation of qualifications needed for Requests for Qualifications used for selection of environmental

consultant.
 Develops and implements educational and promotional tools to inform the community about Brownfield activities

including contamination assessment and cleanup and reuse of Brownfield sites.

Please Note: Applications will not be accepted after the close date. A selection will not be made until the close date and
the selecting official has received all applications.
March 8, 2021 068-21

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Develops outreach plan to educate community concerning low-interest revolving loans available for eligible
environmental cleanup projects; discusses with developers, land owners, non-profit agencies, and governmental
officials.

 Makes presentations at various community functions, agencies, and organizations to promote Brownfield activities
with emphasis on the revolving loan program and to explain the processes involved with loan applications.

 Explains the benefits of Brownfield activities and the impact of such projects on human health, environment, and
economic development to potential project participants; informs participants of the requirements and application
procedure for the low-interest loan.

 Meets with community members when a cleanup project is approved to explain work involved and impact to
community.

 Develops flyers, brochures and informational material concerning the revolving loan fund for distribution in
community.

 Markets all EPA grants to provide information and opportunity to access funds.
 Assists community with identification of environmental and economic goals, methods of achieving those goals, and

challenges to address.
 Researches and write EPA grant proposals.
 Works with the County Attorney’s Office on program loan negotiations.
 Performs other related duties as required.

PERSONNEL SUPERVISED:
Provides supervision to one Brownfield Marketing Specialist.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Ability to effectively communicate orally.
Digital dexterity necessary to operate a keyboard.
Visual acuity needed for use of the computer monitor and inspection of Brownfield project sites.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Work is primarily performed in a smoking restricted office environment. Occasional trips within the community to
Brownfield project sites are required

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Completion of a bachelor’s degree in Business, Public Administration, Environmental Science, or a related field; considerable
work experience in Grants Administration, environmental development, project administration, or a related field; or any
equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required skills, knowledge, and abilities.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Must possess or be able to immediately obtain a valid Arkansas Driver’s License.

Employment is contingent upon satisfactory completion of a criminal background check.

PREFERENCES:
US EPA Quality Assurance Manager Certification.
Economic Development Experience

Please Note: Applications will not be accepted after the close date. A selection will not be made until the close date and
the selecting official has received all applications.
March 8, 2021 068-21

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APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Applications must be filed online at www.pulaskicounty.net.

ACCESSIBILITY NOTICE: If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process due to a
physical or mental disability, please send an email to [email protected] or call (501) 340-6110.

Please Note: Applications will not be accepted after the close date. A selection will not be made until the close date and
the selecting official has received all applications.
March 8, 2021 068-21

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If you match the profile and are interested in this exiting career opportunity, please apply in confidence by filling online application form at :



Notes :

  • All applications will be treated confidentially.
  • Only candidates that meet the above qualification will be shortlisted.

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