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Stormwater Quality Specialist
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Job Description

Stormwater Quality Specialist

Ada County Highway District in Boise, Idaho is now accepting applications for a Stormwater Quality Specialist. This is a full-time position with a starting wage of $21.58 - $24.81 per hour depends on qualifications.

Primary Responsibilities:

This is responsible for the implementation of the Dry Weather Outfall Screening Program and outfall inventory through field investigations, characterizing dry weather discharges, source tracing, discharge mitigation/elimination, data management, and reporting. Other duties may include assisting with wet weather sampling events, mapping, and inspection.


  • The successful candidate must have considerable knowledge of hydrologic concepts, a good knowledge and understanding of water quality principals, the ability to follow standard operating procedures; and implement sampling plans.
  • The ability to work outdoors in inclement weather is required.
  • Ability to understand and interpret federal, state, and local environment regulations, prepare and edit technical reports, and communicate effectively orally and in writing is required.

All positions include an excellent benefit package which includes participation in the Public Employee Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI). An AA/EEO/ADA Employer Preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations.

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About Ada County Highway District

ACHD offers help to parents and children who are looking for a safe route to school. You can request a personalized map and route by contacting Bryan Huey at 387-6147, or email him at bhuey@achdidaho.org . A local effort: ACHD devotes local funds and resources to provide safe routes to school in Ada County. ACHDâ?Ts efforts go above and beyond the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)â?Ts Safe Routes to School Program, which makes federal funding available through grants. ACHD applies for federal grants, but has historically been a leader in locally funded safe routes to school improvements.