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JOB TITLE:

CITRUS REGULATORY SUPERVISOR

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Immokalee Florida United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Requisition No: 821494

Agency: Agriculture and Consumer Services

Working Title: CITRUS REGULATORY SUPERVISOR - 42002745

Pay Plan: SES

Position Number: 42002745

Salary: $40,351.
22 - $44,386.
42

Posting Closing Date: 02/15/2024

Total Compensation Estimator Tool

CITRUS REGULATORY SUPERVISOR
(CLASS TITLE: ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST II-SES)


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES


DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY


***OPEN COMPETITIVE OPPORTUNITY***


CONTACT:


Selina Estrada; ph# 239-675-4001 or email Selina.
Estrada@FDACS.
gov.


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:


A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university; or


Six (6) months of experience as an Environmental Specialist I or higher with the State of Florida; or


One (1) year of experience in environmental protection, regulation, or health; one of the physical or natural sciences; agriculture; or engineering.


A valid Class E Driver License.


***ATTENTION CANDIDATES***


To be considered for a position with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services:


  • All fields in the Candidate Profile must be completed (an attached resume is not a substitution for the information required on the candidate profile).
  • Work history, duties and responsibilities, hours worked, supervisor, and formal education fields, etc.
    must be filled out to determine qualifications for this position.
  • Responses to Qualifying Questions must be verifiable in the Candidate Profile.

The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services values
and supports employment of individuals with disabilities.
Qualified

individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:


Moderate travel, including overnight and up to two weeks at a time on an emergency program, is required.


NOTES:


Successful candidate must pass a background screening, including fingerprinting, as a condition of employment.


JOB DUTIES:


GENERAL STATEMENT: This is a professional, supervisory position responsible for overseeing, training, assigning, planning, and analyzing the daily operations of the regulatory unit of a Pest Eradication and Control (PEC) Citrus Health Response Program (CHRP) Field Station for the certification and regulation of all commercial citrus within the State of Florida.


Manages and evaluates the workload within the Regulatory Unit to maintain equity and efficiency.
Compiles, reviews, and analyzes all regulatory policies and procedures to ensure compliance with Federal and State regulations.
Ensures that an adequate number of regulatory personnel are available to achieve the required inspection goals and objectives.
Compiles and reviews necessary reports on regulatory activities, ensuring punctuality, accuracy, and compliance.
Institutes quality controls to verify that inspections are done accurately in accordance with approved policies and procedures.
Trains and ensures that all safety regulations and other department procedures are followed.
Researches and recommends measures to improve productivity.
Analyzes GIS workflows to ensure the accuracy and procedures are adhered to and any issues are communicated to the Field Station Supervisor, Statewide Regulatory Director and/or Bureau Chief.


Monitors work performance of subordinates, including periodic written evaluations and discussions; counseling to develop skills and correct deficiencies; recognizing employee accomplishments; and recommending timely disciplinary actions as needed.
Approves timesheets and leave requests.
Documents recommendations for special pay increases, reclassifications, and disciplinary actions, when appropriate.
Efficiently carries out employee selection actions when vacancies are to be filled.
Responsible and accountable for managing budget/dollars/resources (staff, vehicles, computers, cell phones, etc.
) of any assigned programs in an efficient and accountable manner.
Responsible for ensuring that assigned program areas have operational procedures and processes which result in accountability and compliance with division and department policies and procedures.


Investigates and resolves complaints and problems that arise in assigned area.
Communicates regulatory and program goals, rules governing a regulated area, and other objectives to the public, as necessary.
Participates on various committees as appropriate.
Maintains communication between other CHRP program areas.
Travels outside of assigned work area as needed when requested by Statewide Regulatory Director or Bureau Chief.


Serves as the field station liaison to the Statewide Regulatory Director.
Prepares specialized reports, as requested by the Regulatory Director.
Attends remote meetings and workshops, as necessary, to effect compliance with the CHRP regulatory policy.


During emergency programs, assists in the planning, organizing and directing of state and federal personnel in plant pest activities with other governmental agencies.
Performs duties as directed when assigned to the Incident Command System (ICS).
Be prepared to relocate out of assigned area for periods of time.


Serves as the backup Commercial Survey Supervisor.


Performs related work as directed by the supervisor.


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:


  • Knowledge of citrus and citrus pests and diseases.
  • Knowledge of Federal, State, and Division policies, rules, and regulations used in citrus/plant inspections.
  • Ability to work with Esri GIS database and applications.
  • Ability to understand, interpret, and explain pertinent rules and regulations.
  • Ability to compile, organize and analyze data for reports.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to use GIS mapping, GPS equipment, and Microsoft Office.
  • Ability to detect plant pests and disease.
  • Ability to determine work priorities, solve problems, and make decisions.
  • Ability to determine work priorities, assign work and follow up on completion of work.
  • Ability to establish and maintain professional, courteous, and effective working relationships with others.
  • Ability to work in extreme hot and cold temperatures.
  • Ability to conduct inspections in natural and cultivated areas.

The Benefits of Working for the State of Florida


Working for the State of Florida is more than a paycheck.
The States total compensation package for employees features a highly competitive set of employee benefits including:


  • Annual and Sick Leave benefits;
  • Nine paid holidays and one Personal holiday each year;
  • State Group Insurance coverage options, including health, life, dental, vision and other supplemental insurance options;
  • Retirement plan options, including employer contributions (For more information, please visit www.
    myfrs.
    com;)
  • Flexible Spending Accounts;
  • Tuition waivers;
  • And more!

For a complete list of benefits, visit www.
mybenefits.
myflorida.
com.


For an estimate of the total compensation package for this position, please visit the Total Compensation Estimator Tool located above under the Posting Closing Date.


SPECIAL NOTES:

The State of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not tolerate discrimination or violence in the workplace.

Candidates requiring a reasonable accommodation, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, must notify the agency hiring authority and/or People First Service Center (1-866-663-4735).
Notification to the hiring authority must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to provide the accommodation.

The State of Florida supports a Drug-Free workplace.
All employees are subject to reasonable suspicion drug testing in accordance with Section 112.
0455, F.
S.
, Drug-Free Workplace Act.

Position Details

POSTED:

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

44386.42 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707126503-df6b056ed9b49a68541c209ca5a67098

LOCATION:

Florida United States

CITY:

Immokalee

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Requisition No: 821494

Agency: Agriculture and Consumer Services

Working Title: CITRUS REGULATORY SUPERVISOR - 42002745

Pay Plan: SES

Position Number: 42002745

Salary: $40,351.22 - $44,386.42

Posting Closing Date: 02/15/2024

Total Compensation Estimator Tool

CITRUS REGULATORY SUPERVISOR
(CLASS TITLE: ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST II-SES)


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES


DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRY


***OPEN COMPETITIVE OPPORTUNITY***


CONTACT:


Selina Estrada; ph# 239-675-4001 or email Selina.Estrada@FDACS.gov.


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:


A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university; or


Six (6) months of experience as an Environmental Specialist I or higher with the State of Florida; or


One (1) year of experience in environmental protection, regulation, or health; one of the physical or natural sciences; agriculture; or engineering.


A valid Class E Driver License.


***ATTENTION CANDIDATES***


To be considered for a position with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services:


  • All fields in the Candidate Profile must be completed (an attached resume is not a substitution for the information required on the candidate profile).
  • Work history, duties and responsibilities, hours worked, supervisor, and formal education fields, etc. must be filled out to determine qualifications for this position.
  • Responses to Qualifying Questions must be verifiable in the Candidate Profile.

The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services values
and supports employment of individuals with disabilities. Qualified
individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:


Moderate travel, including overnight and up to two weeks at a time on an emergency program, is required.


NOTES:


Successful candidate must pass a background screening, including fingerprinting, as a condition of employment.


JOB DUTIES:


GENERAL STATEMENT: This is a professional, supervisory position responsible for overseeing, training, assigning, planning, and analyzing the daily operations of the regulatory unit of a Pest Eradication and Control (PEC) Citrus Health Response Program (CHRP) Field Station for the certification and regulation of all commercial citrus within the State of Florida.


Manages and evaluates the workload within the Regulatory Unit to maintain equity and efficiency. Compiles, reviews, and analyzes all regulatory policies and procedures to ensure compliance with Federal and State regulations. Ensures that an adequate number of regulatory personnel are available to achieve the required inspection goals and objectives. Compiles and reviews necessary reports on regulatory activities, ensuring punctuality, accuracy, and compliance. Institutes quality controls to verify that inspections are done accurately in accordance with approved policies and procedures. Trains and ensures that all safety regulations and other department procedures are followed. Researches and recommends measures to improve productivity. Analyzes GIS workflows to ensure the accuracy and procedures are adhered to and any issues are communicated to the Field Station Supervisor, Statewide Regulatory Director and/or Bureau Chief.


Monitors work performance of subordinates, including periodic written evaluations and discussions; counseling to develop skills and correct deficiencies; recognizing employee accomplishments; and recommending timely disciplinary actions as needed. Approves timesheets and leave requests. Documents recommendations for special pay increases, reclassifications, and disciplinary actions, when appropriate. Efficiently carries out employee selection actions when vacancies are to be filled. Responsible and accountable for managing budget/dollars/resources (staff, vehicles, computers, cell phones, etc.) of any assigned programs in an efficient and accountable manner. Responsible for ensuring that assigned program areas have operational procedures and processes which result in accountability and compliance with division and department policies and procedures.


Investigates and resolves complaints and problems that arise in assigned area. Communicates regulatory and program goals, rules governing a regulated area, and other objectives to the public, as necessary. Participates on various committees as appropriate. Maintains communication between other CHRP program areas. Travels outside of assigned work area as needed when requested by Statewide Regulatory Director or Bureau Chief.


Serves as the field station liaison to the Statewide Regulatory Director. Prepares specialized reports, as requested by the Regulatory Director. Attends remote meetings and workshops, as necessary, to effect compliance with the CHRP regulatory policy.


During emergency programs, assists in the planning, organizing and directing of state and federal personnel in plant pest activities with other governmental agencies. Performs duties as directed when assigned to the Incident Command System (ICS). Be prepared to relocate out of assigned area for periods of time.


Serves as the backup Commercial Survey Supervisor.


Performs related work as directed by the supervisor.


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:


  • Knowledge of citrus and citrus pests and diseases.
  • Knowledge of Federal, State, and Division policies, rules, and regulations used in citrus/plant inspections.
  • Ability to work with Esri GIS database and applications.
  • Ability to understand, interpret, and explain pertinent rules and regulations.
  • Ability to compile, organize and analyze data for reports.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to use GIS mapping, GPS equipment, and Microsoft Office.
  • Ability to detect plant pests and disease.
  • Ability to determine work priorities, solve problems, and make decisions.
  • Ability to determine work priorities, assign work and follow up on completion of work.
  • Ability to establish and maintain professional, courteous, and effective working relationships with others.
  • Ability to work in extreme hot and cold temperatures.
  • Ability to conduct inspections in natural and cultivated areas.

The Benefits of Working for the State of Florida


Working for the State of Florida is more than a paycheck. The States total compensation package for employees features a highly competitive set of employee benefits including:


  • Annual and Sick Leave benefits;
  • Nine paid holidays and one Personal holiday each year;
  • State Group Insurance coverage options, including health, life, dental, vision and other supplemental insurance options;
  • Retirement plan options, including employer contributions (For more information, please visit www.myfrs.com;)
  • Flexible Spending Accounts;
  • Tuition waivers;
  • And more!

For a complete list of benefits, visit www.mybenefits.myflorida.com.


For an estimate of the total compensation package for this position, please visit the Total Compensation Estimator Tool located above under the Posting Closing Date.


SPECIAL NOTES:

The State of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not tolerate discrimination or violence in the workplace.

Candidates requiring a reasonable accommodation, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, must notify the agency hiring authority and/or People First Service Center (1-866-663-4735). Notification to the hiring authority must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to provide the accommodation.

The State of Florida supports a Drug-Free workplace. All employees are subject to reasonable suspicion drug testing in accordance with Section 112.0455, F.S., Drug-Free Workplace Act.


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