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MS4 Specialist - GA

Hiring Agency: Enviroworx Operations Management
Ends: May 13, 2020
Full Time

MS4 Specialist - GA

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Category: Specialist
Job Status: Full-Time
Job Title: MS4 Specialist
Job Location: Savannah, GA


Job Description: Employees in this position perform semi-skilled manual work, which is performed alone or as part of crew, involving stormwater system inspections, maintenance, and repairs. Inspections include storm drain inlets, yard inlets, pipes, ditches, canals, and more. This position is required to perform technical work within in an office environment as well as manual labor in the field. This employee will be required to perform heavy physical labor in all types of weather conditions, using a variety of tools and equipment within one or more government jurisdictions.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. These statements are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required of all personnel within this position. It is understood that actual duties and responsibilities will vary depending upon the job scope and assigned position code.

  • Performs stormwater system inspections and repairs, including: inspects storm drain structures, piping and ditches; installs drainage pipes; repair storm drains, catch basins, and pipes; digging and backfill trenches; And retrofitting catch basin lids
  • Assists with the repairs of catch basins, outfalls, junction boxes, yard inlets, detention ponds, illicit discharges, and other storm water systems at frequent interests to insure that all aspects of the systems are functioning properly.
  • Performs grounds maintenance on City/County Rights-of-Way, including: removes leaves, weeds and debris from storm drains, drainage ditches, and catch basins; removes litter and debris from roadway curbs, shoulders, medians, sidewalks, and other City/County rights-of-way; clears weeds and brush; and collects trash and litter.
  • Assists in responding to citizen inquiries and complaints regarding the stormwater program, water quality, and flooding concerns. Ability to be tactful, courtesy and effective with the public and co-workers.
  • Performs inspections on drainage complaints received, including: answers calls regarding drainage complaints on personal property and within the right of way (primarily Technician II); inspects drainage complaints by way of site visit; create maps and summary reports from site visits
  • Assist in ensuring compliance in executing Municipal Separate Storm Water System (MS4) permits with the State of Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD), NPDES General Permits as well as SC DHEC.
  • Execute safety and security measures to protect and safeguard people and property while performing job duties.
  • Keep accurate, careful, and timely written records of work performed, and assist those under his/her supervision in doing the same.
  • Assists in the preparation of reports, documents inspections, issues notices and letters; photographs property conditions and maintains required records.
  • Assists in the preparation and/or completes various forms, field reports, correspondence, maps, policies, procedures, reference material or other documentation
  • Routinely communicate with personnel throughout the department, city, county, and state to remain aware of issues and challenges as directed.
  • Responds to after-hours emergencies and is prepared to be on-call for any critical workforce duties and emergency support functions.
  • The Stormwater Technician will perform all other duties as specified by his or her supervisor.

Job Requirements: 


  • Knowledge of the geographical layout of the City/County where working is preferred.
  • Ability to follow and deliver both verbal and written instructions.
  • Maintain working knowledge of emergency planning assignments, coordinate and work together as needed with other City/County staff in the Parks, Water and Sewer, Wastewater, and Planning and Zoning departments. These assignments may cover such issues as flooding, washouts, forest fires, commercial and residential construction, hurricanes/ storms, power outages, hazardous materials, accidents, acts of God, and contamination of air, water, plant life, or soil.


  • Possession of a valid Georgia Driver's License for the type of vehicle operated is required within 30 days of hire and must be maintained throughout employment.
  • GA DOT Flagging Certification
  • Level 1A Fundamentals Erosion Sediment Control Certification (Tech I)
  • NPDES Certified Stormwater Inspector Certification (Tech I)
  • FEMA Certifications (before or after hiring) (Tech I)
  • IS-00700 National Incident Management System
  • IS-00100.b Intro to Incident Command System

Salary Information: Based on Experience

How to Apply: Please email your resume and supporting documents to

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