Air Pollution Specialist - State Air Resources Board
Under supervision of the Air Resources Supervisor I, the Air Pollution Specialist (APS) is responsible for the implementation of the Innovative Clean Transit regulation, contract management, technology evaluation on zero-emission heavy duty vehicles with a focus on transit buses, and outreach for zero-emission bus deployment. The APS conducts technical review on reports or applicable documents, prepare reports and briefing materials, technical documents, and presentations as appropriate, and support outreach activities. The APS coordinates with transit agencies on compliance assistance. In addition, coordinates with various federal, state, and local agencies on technology evaluation and data collection in areas like vehicle performance, fuel demand, and infrastructure needs. The APS may also manage contracts that would support further deployment of heavy-duty zero-emission technologies.
Statewide travel may be required for up to 5% of the time to attend meetings and conferences, and conduct site-visits that may require multiple consecutive days.
You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.