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Shoreline Specialist

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Location: DARLINGTON, MD, United States
Organization: Exelon Generation Co. LLC
Job ID: 229833
Date Posted: Apr 12, 2021

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Job Description

Description

PRIMARY PURPOSE OF POSITION

Work with Conowingo/Muddy Run FERC hydroelectric relicensing team and Exelon Hydro management in the developing shoreline management plan, land management plan and comprehensive recreation plan. Lead the consultation process with external stakeholders for finalization of the shoreline management plan, land management plan and comprehensive recreation plan.  Develop, implement and enforce land, recreation, and shoreline procedures. Enforce public use policies. Perform assigned environmental field monitoring, data collections and evaluations for compliance with environmental permits and FERC hydroelectric project licenses.  Assist in natural resource management programs. Oversee compliance with environmental regulations.  Provide day-to-day oversight of long-term and special project contractors to ensure compliance with Exelon procedures and contracts. Ensure compliance with FERC licenses.  Interface and support hydro station and relicensing team as necessary. Support station budget initiatives.  Support station resource needs to identify efficiencies to achieve the most economical and efficient completion of projects, outage and emergent work.  Participate in industry user groups and industry shoreline management groups for benchmarking and best practices.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Position reports to FERC License Compliance and Recreation Manager at Conowingo Hydroelectric Project located in Maryland and/or Muddy Run Project located in Pennsylvania.
  • Prepare, manage, and implement cottage O&M budget.
  • Responsible for management and implementation of land shoreline and recreation sites including approximately 350 ground leases, vendor management, cottage demolition oversight, development of O&M plan, and license compliance.
  • Work on cottage lease transfers, cottage construction requests, conduct ground lease inspections, enforce ground lease rules and regulations, and resolve compliance issues with tenants. 

Qualifications

MInimum Qualifications

  1. BS in Environmental or Natural Resource Management with 6+ years professional experience OR
  2. Associates Degree with 8+ years experience of which at least 3+ years are exempt-level experience OR
  3. H.S. diploma with 10+ years experience and 5+ years exempt-level experience
  4. Five years experience with land use management or oversight of contracts/maintenance of recreation facilities
  5. Ability to manage multiple issues/priorities with conflicting priorities.
  6. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including written and verbal
  7. Strong computer skills, including knowledge and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite products, geological information services (GIS), and data bases
  8. Proven ability to effectively manage contractors to Exelon standards including safety

Preferred:

  1. Working knowledge of FERC regulated hydroelectric facilities.
  2. Ability to develop, coordinate and conduct assigned recreation programs, activities, and classes in assigned area and elicit community support for programs
  3. Experience in budgeting and long range planning
  4. Pertinent knowledge of federal, state and local laws codes and regulations (RTE, water use, forestry, wildlife)
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