|--Knowledge of professional environmental engineering principles and concepts as well as the ability to apply standard engineering practices, methods, and techniques to perform relatively limited design work such as preparation of layout and detailed drawings for elements of domestic and industrial waste treatment facilities and the sampling or measurement of emissions and effluent.|
|--Familiarity with related engineering disciplines, particularly mechanical and electrical.|
Supervisor makes assignments together with specific instructions as to objectives, scope, anticipated problems, and procedures to be used. Work of a repetitive nature is performed independently. Any deviations, problems or unusual situations are referred by the employee to the supervisor or higher grade engineer. Work is reviewed upon completion for accuracy and adherence to standard practices, and to assure conformance with requirements.
Guidelines include technical manuals, directives, state codes, standards, engineering texts and specifications, and established practices.