$80K — $100K *
The Attorney will assist the Department with permitting of hazardous waste facilities.They will also work on ensuring the Department takes into consideration environmental justice factors with respect to any permitting determination.The Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) provides legal support to the Department of Toxic Substances Control (Department). Under the direction of an Assistant Chief Counsel, the Attorney is responsible for performing professional legal work to all Department programs, regarding various legal issues involving or affecting the Department.
Reviews permitting documents, including draft permits, response to public comments, public participation documents, final permit decision documents for compliance and consistency with state and federal laws, including California Hazardous Waste Control Law, federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, California Environmental Quality Act, and their implementing regulations. Represents the Permitting Division or the Department management in administrative proceedings, including denials and suspensions of permits and hauler’s registrations and related appeals. Provides legal support to the Department in administrative proceedings and civil litigation matters related to challenges to the Violations Scoring Procedure (VSP) scores and compliance tiers. Represents the Department in negotiating and finalizing permitting-related agreements and environmental justice matters.
Coordinates litigation relating to permitting issues, including challenges related to VSP, CEQA, hazardous waste. Works with the Attorney General on litigation matters and assists the Attorney General with substantive law and Departmental policies and procedures. Reviews complaints, motions, and other pleadings. Assists in discovery and trial, including witness and expert preparation.
Valid through: 3/16/2021
$100K — $150K
38 days ago