Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of relevant experience. Excellent communication skills in all media, including strong technical writing and editing skills are a must. Additionally, candidates should have the ability to establish and maintain positive and effective interpersonal relationships with the public, external stakeholders, and interest groups. An ideal candidate will have knowledge of basic air pollution control techniques and terminology, as well as a working knowledge of federal and Wisconsin air regulations and policies. Candidates should have the ability to plan, organize and coordinate assignments independently, as well as knowledge of common computer software applications (including MS Word, MS OneNote, and MS SharePoint).
To apply, please send a single PDF with one-page cover letter, resume, and writing sample by March 24, 2017 to Ms. Liesl Stewart, at Liesl.Stewart@Wisconsin.gov. Please reference “Public Information Specialist Applicant” in the email subject line.