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Stormwater Coordinator

City of Duluth

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City of Duluth Planning & Development (Stormwater) Department

The City of Duluth, Georgia (pop. 30,000) is accepting applications for the full-time position of STORMWATER COORDINATOR in the Stormwater section of the Planning & Development Department.

The purpose of this position is to provide regulatory, coordination, and administrative support to the Stormwater Division, and providing information and assistance to the public regarding the activities of the Stormwater Division.

Work includes coordinating, preparing, and submitting several annual regulatory reports and permit documents; coordinating, tracking, and processing financials (cost estimates and invoices) for stormwater projects; coordinating, processing, and tracking stormwater complaints from initial phone call or inspection record to final closeout; maintaining records for stormwater program; and various administrative tasks such as answering phones, ordering supplies, running errands, and acting as backup to front planning desk, as needed.

• A High School diploma or state-issued GED is required.

• Three years previous work experience in stormwater, wastewater water treatment, customer service and general clerical duties in an office environment or other related work with a transferrable skill set is required. Specific experience in stormwater, wastewater, or water treatment is highly preferred, as is experience in NPDES and MS-4 reporting.

• Training from a recognized institution in office technology, office administration, business administration, public relations, engineering, urban planning, stormwater or closely related areas is desirable.

• Written and/or spoken fluency in a foreign language (particularly Spanish or Korean) is desirable.

• The following trainings and certifications are desirable:
   o GSWCC Level IB Advanced Fundamentals for Erosion Sediment Control Certification
   o GSWCC Level II Certified Plan Reviewer
   o NPDES Certified Stormwater Inspector Certification

All candidates are subject to a background investigation including criminal history, driving record, and a drug screen test.

Hiring range is $18.54 - $25.26 per hour depending on qualifications; $38,563 – $52,540 annualized; (Grade 19). A comprehensive fringe-benefit package is included.

METHOD TO APPLY: Interested persons should submit a completed job application, a cover letter, a and comprehensive resume. All application materials are available on our website at:

(Current City of Duluth employees need only submit a comprehensive and up-to-date resume and a cover letter explaining their interest in position and explaining how their work experiences, knowledge, education, and training fit the job. They should also submit any additional materials they feel particularly relevant to this job.)

Application materials must be sent to: (in-person, mail/package delivery; or electronically to)
Human Resources (electronically to

City of Duluth
3167 Main Street
Duluth, GA 30096-3263

Questions about the application process? Contact Jocelyn McGiboney at or 770-497-5287

Questions about the job duties? Contact Josh Arnold at or by phone at 770-476-1790.

Posting Date: 7-23-2021; open until filled, subject to being closed at any time without notice

The City of Duluth is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The City will conform with all applicable local, state, and federal laws concerning employment and will not illegally discriminate with regard to age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, genetic information or other legally protected status or classification, except where mandated or permitted by law as a bona fide occupational qualification. It is the policy of the City of Duluth to provide equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees. This policy applies to all areas of employment including recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, compensation, benefits, transfer and other terms and conditions of employment. The City of Duluth, in compliance with the Federal law, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Prospective and current employees are encouraged to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.

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