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Assoc Environmental Analyst Agriculture
As an Associate Environmental Analyst (Agriculture), you would review and analyze complex land use cases including: major highway projects, multi-county gas and electric transmission line cases, and county or regional solid waste management projects. They determine whether projects will adversely affect agricultural resources and farm management activities or whether significant modifications or mitigative actions are required; provide technical assistance in implementing benefits and protections available to farmers under the Agricultural Districts Law; drafts local agricultural laws, and review ones and practices to determine whether they are reasonable; provide administrative guidance, technical assistance and training to county Soil & Water Conservation Districts; design, implement, and maintain soil and water conservation programs and projects within an assigned region or statewide; coordinate district activities and programs for an assigned region; ensure optimum use of regional conservation and State and federal fiscal resources; and administer agricultural and farmland protection programs including the development, selection, and evaluation of all county and municipal Agricultural and Farmland Protection (AFM) grant applications and other State programs.
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Please note: qualifications for this position may be subject to change. If substitutions for education and/or experience are allowed, this information would be available on the announcement.
You must take and pass a Civil Service examination in order to be considered for this position.
On or before the date of the examination, candidates must have:
Either 1: Seven years of work experience in a position having a substantial relationship to agricultural land use analysis, soil and water conservation management, or the protection of farms and farmland resources (see definition below);
Or 2: Seven years of work experience in any combination of the following roles: Soil and Water Conservation District Manager; National Resources Conservation Service District or Resources Conservation; New York State Soil and Water Conservation Committee (State Committee) Consultant Service Provider; Professional Staff of Land Trust Organization; Cooperative Extension Agent (Agriculture); Regional Planning Commission and County Planning Office (see defined roles below).
Definition: At least 50% of the time must have been spent working with county officials, environmental organizations, soil and water conservation districts, or farmers in any one of the following areas:
1. Agricultural land use analysis including review of farm operations and farmland resources, analyzing project impact statements, maps, reports, and other information documents; performing on-site investigations; interviewing involved parties, discussing and negotiating alternatives, preparing written assessments, and providing expert testimony on farm resource issues, on whether projects will adversely affect agricultural resources and farm management activities without modification or mitigative action.
2. Soil and water conservation management including the design, planning or implementation of soil and water conservation projects, or water quality of non-point source abatement and control projects; or soil and water conservation techniques, or farm resources management practices.
3. Protection of farms and farmland resources including the purchase or transfer of development rights, or farmland easements; or laws, regulations, programs and procedures which affect farmland protection/preservation; or land use planning.
For informational purposes only, click on the examination number(s) listed below to see the current or previous examination(s) that are used to fill this title.28-373
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Career mobility is not just limited to the titles in the Career Ladder, above. Additional movement may be achieved through other examinations, additional education and/or work experience or transfer opportunities. For additional information or clarification of transfer determinations, current State employees should contact the Career Mobility Office. Visit ELMS Online to view established open-competitive, promotion, and transition eligible lists. If you are not a current New York State employee, see Employment Opportunities with New York State and find out how to become a New York State employee.