Hazardous Materials Specialist Supervisor

Company:  Solano County

Location:  Fairfield, CA

Date Posted:  August 15, 2019

Application Deadline:   August 26, 2019

Employment Type: Full time

Salary:   $42.18 - $51.27/hour

Hazardous Materials Specialist Supervisor 

About the Position

The Hazardous Materials Specialist Supervisor supervises the personnel involved in the inspection, investigation and enforcement of Environmental Health and Safety laws and regulations for CUPA and LOP. This class plans, organizes, manages and administers CUPA and LOP programs within the Environmental Health Division. This position serves as a member of the department’s supervisory team.

The eligible list established from this recruitment will be used to fill full-time and part-time regular, limited-term or extra-help positions as vacancies occur or the need arises. 



Three years of experience in Hazardous Materials/Hazardous Waste Management or Environmental Health and Safety regulation and enforcement of which at least one year of experience must be in hazardous materials/hazardous waste management, including one (1) year of lead experience; considerable experience in responsible and extended public contact.


Must meet the educational requirements of Title 27 CCR Section 15260 (a)(3)(A)(ii), which includes a Bachelors degree from an accredited four-year college or university, preferably with major coursework in Environmental Health Science or a closely related field. See Document Submittal Requirements for more information.


Registration by the State of California as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist in accordance with Division 104, Chapter 4, Article 1, Section 106600 (et sequiter) of the California Health and Safety Code. See Document Submittal Requirements for more information.


  • Must be a Certified Underground Storage Tank (UST) Inspector by the International Code Council. See Document Submittal Requirements for more information.
  • Must meet the requirements of Section 15260 (d)(3)(A) and 15260(d)(3)(B) of Title 27 of the California Code of Regulations, which requires a minimum 100 hours of training or experience in regulatory enforcement techniques. 
  • Must meet required health and safety training as per Title 8, California Code of Regulations, Section 5192. See Document Submittal Requirements for more information.
  • Possession of or ability to obtain a valid Class C California driver’s license.

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