Full-Time Inspection and Maintenance Program Manager
Under general direction, supervises Gas I/M program; Trains, directs, monitors, and assigns the work of others; and Acts as a resource for complex program or compliance problems.
Supervises, schedules, coordinates, assigns and evaluates the work of assigned staff.
Proposes recommendations regarding the hiring and retention of staff.
Plans and implements programs for employee education and development.
Provides technical assistance for the application and compliance of assigned programs.
Ensures the proper functioning of I/M equipment by performing compliance audits and reviewing work of staff.
Responds to program complaints.
Collects and analyzes I/M program data.
Generates reports pertaining to the I/M program.
Attends seminars, conferences, and other meetings as directed to receive current program-related information.
Maintains current knowledge of regulatory guidelines, policies, and procedures.
Serves as a resource to supervisors, I/M personnel, the public, business operators, educators, the media, and others.
Recommends program budget expenditures.
Orders supplies and equipment as needed for I/M programs and technical center.
Responds to public health emergencies as required by the department or division administration.
Carries provided pager, cellular phone, or other emergency communication devices during all work hours and at all other times when unavailable by phone at home.
EVALUATION AND SELECTION FACTORS INCLUDE:
Knowledge of applicable rules and regulations pertaining to the I/M programs
Knowledge of air quality issues and control strategies
Knowledge of supervisory techniques
Skill in computer databases and data analysis
Skill in written and verbal communication
Ability to effectively direct others in their work
Ability to calibrate and maintain emissions testing equipment including dynamometers, smoke meters, and emission analyzers
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, the public, media entities, station owners, and mechanics
Ability to make decisions and to solve problems
REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT:
Applicants receiving a conditional offer of employment will be required to submit to a pre-employment drug screen and additional background checks as required.
Equivalent to an Associates Degree in a related science; and four (4) years work experience in a vehicle emission I/M Program. Work experience indicating the ability to calibrate and maintain emission testing equipment is preferred.
Must possess a valid State of Utah driver’s license