AQ modeler opening in EPA Region 9 (San Francisco)

Come work for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 9! We are currently accepting applications online at WWW.USAJOBS.GOV** for a Life Scientist/Physical Scientist GS-11 position, in our Air and Radiation Division, located in San Francisco, CA.

As a Life Scientist/Physical Scientist, you will: perform complex technical review and modeling analyses, and provide authoritative technical guidance on controversial or precedent-setting interpretation and implementation of air pollutant modeling regulations for regulatory actions such as State Implementation Plan attainment demonstrations, Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) permit modeling, and visibility impacts evaluated under the Regional Haze Rule; develop air pollution studies using specialized dispersion modeling programs and statistical techniques and prepare technical support documents describing the studies and results; serve as the Air and Radiation Division’s technical resource on regulatory initiatives and other projects related to ambient air modeling, meteorology, and atmospheric science.

GS-11 qualifications: You need to have at least one year of full time experience equivalent to the GS-09 level (GS-09 level experience is defined as: experience conducting dispersion or photochemical air quality modeling; experience assessing the effects of emissions on air quality; and communicating conclusions or results to technical OR non-technical audiences ) – OR - Ph.D. or equivalent doctoral degree, or 3 full years of progressively higher level graduate education leading to such a degree in a relevant academic discipline as described in the job announcement. Go to the [USAJOBS - Job Announcement] announcement for additional details and requirements.

More details/apply at: [USAJOBS - Job Announcement] . This position is accepting applications starting June 18, 2021, and closes June 25, 2021. You must apply online and submit a resume, transcripts, and respond to the online assessment questionnaire. Please read the entire announcement at USAJOBS for full details and required documents.