G. Develop, implement, and evaluate environmental restoration strategic, baseline, project, and program
H. Promote the sharing of information and technology.
I. Conduct site-specific technology implementation evaluations.
J. Evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of Federal and contractor environmental restoration programs
to ensure program compliance with, Department Orders, standards guides; Federal regulations,
statutes, codes; and applicable state and/or local regulations.
Position-specific duties and responsibilities for environmental restoration personnel are contained in their
Office/Facility-Specific Qualification Standard or Position Description.
BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE
The U. S. Office of Personnel Management's Qualification Standards Handbook establishes minimum
education, training, experience, or other relevant requirements applicable to a particular occupational
series/grade level, as well as alternatives to meeting specified requirements.
The preferred education and experience for environmental restoration personnel is:
Bachelor of Science degree in engineering/science or a related discipline; or meeting the alternative
requirements specified for engineers or scientists in the Qualifications
Industrial, military, Federal, State or other directly related background that has provided specialized
experience in environmental restoration. Specialized experience can be demonstrated through
possession of the competencies outlined in this Standard.
REQUIRED TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES
The competencies contained in this Standard are distinct from those competencies contained in the
General Technical Base Qualification Standard. All Environmental Restoration personnel must satisfy
the competency requirements of the General Technical Base Qualification Standard prior to or in parallel
with the competency requirements contained in this Standard. Each of the competency statements defines
the level of expected knowledge and or skill that an individual must posses to meet the intent of this
Standard. The supporting knowledge and/or skill statements further describe the intent of the competency
Note: When regulations or Department of Energy directives or other industry standards are referenced
in the Qualification Standard, the most recent revision should be used.