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Air Resources Supervisor II

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The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is seeking a motivated, team-oriented Air Resources Supervisor II (ARSII) to oversee CARB's Community Air Monitoring Branch (CAMB). The incumbent will be responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the work of CAMB, including providing direction and assistance to four Air Resources Supervisor Is and twenty-eight staff conducting community air monitoring, incident air monitoring, and advanced air monitoring activities throughout the state. The branch collaborates and coordinates with internal and external stakeholders to address local community concerns by conducting community engagement, project scoping, and partnering with community stakeholders to operate and maintain air monitoring programs. CAMB collects air quality data in and around communities and emission sources during routine operations, un-planned releases, and emergency conditions. The branch maintains air monitoring and data management activities for programs that measure toxic air contaminants, pesticides, greenhouse gases, short-lived climate pollutants, and physical observations of the atmosphere through remote sensing instruments. CAMB routinely deploys and evaluates a variety of air monitoring equipment including criteria and toxic pollutant samplers, real-time speciation instruments, mobile air monitoring platforms, and air sensors.


The incumbent will have overall responsibility for a broad range of general program and workforce management activities, including working with the management team to establish Branch policies and developing community air monitoring strategies and plans. The position plans and manages budgets, contracts, equipment, fleet vehicles, leases, and staff resources to ensure the effective and efficient operation of CARB’s community air monitoring program.

Travel may be required up to 20% of the time.

You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.


Working Conditions


This position may be eligible for hybrid in-office work and in-state telework. The amount of telework is at the agency's discretion and is based on the California Air Resource Boards' (CARB) current telework policy. While the CARB may support telework, some in-person attendance is also required. 

The positions at the CARB may be eligible for telework with in-person attendance based on the operational needs of the position under Government Code 14200 for eligible applicants residing in California, subject to the candidate meeting telework eligibility criteria outlined in the CalEPA telework policy and/or future program need. Employees not residing in California are not eligible for telework. Regardless of hybrid telework eligibility, all employees may be required to report to the position’s designated headquarters location at their own expense, as indicated on their duty statement.

  • Requires being in a stationary position, consistent with office work, for extended periods.
  • Standard office environment (for example, artificial lighting, controlled temperature, etc.)
  • Daily use of a personal computer, office equipment, and/or telephone.
  • Travel may be required up to 20% of the time.