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Peter D. S.
Kansas City, MO
To join or create innovative work groups improving management of energy
and environmental resources.
August to November .
Senior Field Engineer,
Central and Eastern Missouri
and operated residential energy efficiency programs – focused upon
multifamily and lowincome sectors.
Goals were kW and
kWh savings, increased ratepayer satisfaction, and market transformation
through the purchase, installation, and commissioning of energy performance
measures and products.
Identified a diverse
body of building owners and managers, trade associations, contractors,
financial partners, and communitybased stakeholders.
and continuously updated market characterizations.
Missouri Department of Natural
Resources, July to August .
Director, Kansas City
Urban Outreach Office, Outreach and Assistance Center,
Leadership in metropolitan
Liaison for State
policy makers and departmental leadership with key regional political
and economic organizations.
Managed office focus
efficiency and demonstrating alternative energy technologies.
advocacy of low impact design for stormwater management.
Preparation of region
for federal reclassification of air quality to nonattainment.
particularly in Kansas City’s urban core.
Management of Outreach
and Assistance Center Staff.
threemonth cross training at the Kansas City Regional Office as section
chief. Key duties included:
Supervision of technical
staff – inspectors and unit chiefs for air quality compliance, hazardous
waste compliance, solid waste compliance, and tanks compliance.
Work with policy
and program staff in central office regarding enforcement referrals.
Development of budgetary
and administrative procedures.
, Kansas City Regional Office,
Water Protection Program.
position in waste water
were in land disturbance inspection, large and small waste water facility
compliance, permit writing and reviews.
stormwater training sessions to regulated community, regional municipalities
and industry groups.
City of Kansas City, MO,
October to July
Manager: City of Kansas City, MO, September to June .
Major responsibilities included:
Lead City Facilities’
Greening Team Worked to develop or further enhance energy conservation
measures, recycling in city facilities, and green purchasing programs.
instituting policy and implementation of citywide energy management
standards and measures.
project for utility invoice analysis and database development of energy
Chairing City efforts
to inculcate life cycle costing and pollution prevention within a Green
green vendor conferences to encourage market development.
Hazardous and specialty
waste compliance management
Specialized in city
adherence to federal and state asbestos and lead regulations
Team member in
providing compliance audits for city departments.
Was active in all
phases of developing and adopting city Environmental Health
and Safety Compliance Manual
developing and implementing of Environmental Management System.
Managed Urban Residuals
Recycling Program – Oversaw curbside pickup programs.
for storm response.
centers, marketed resulting materials.
composting programs at a combined annual budget of $. million.
Member of Regional
Worked on energy
and renewable energy task forces.
Appointed to the
Governor’s Energy Policy Task Force, Governor Bob Holden February
– October .
Task force conducted
investigation of state, regional, and global patterns of energy supply
hearings and developed policy goals concerning energy efficiency and
renewable energy opportunities, as well as energy assistance to the
Solid waste management
task forces, such as the MARC Construction and Demolition Debris task
Worked on Kansas
City’s FOCUS Forging our Comprehensive Urban Strategy Historical
ENTRY LEVEL POSITIONS:
City of Kansas City, MO, October September . Acted
as a legal investigator for neighborhood environmental health, hazardous
materials, and property code preservation.
Environmental Protection AgencyRegion , Kansas City, KS, Summer .
Worked on training guide for grants project officers to streamline process
by which grants are delivered to states.
Rivers Environmental Education Network, GREEN, Ann Arbor, MI, Summer
. Organized and managed University of Michigan field groups
in water quality monitoring project.
Rouge River Project, Detroit, MI, August May . Oversaw
water quality program, data collection, monitoring and assessment
Soil Conservation Service, Wallingford, CT. January – August
. Recruited and teamed with volunteers on wetlands and farm preservation
Metropolitan Energy Center,
Kansas City Wildlands –
Steering Committee Board
Metropolitan Kansas City Environmental
National Association of Environmental
Institute of Certified Hazardous
National Recycling Association
Missouri Recycling Association
– Board of Directors, May – .
CEP, Certified Energy
Procurement, Association of Energy Engineers
of Certified Hazardous Materials Managers.
Supervisor, State of Missouri Certification
Waste Operator “Hazwoper”
Adjunct Lecturer: University
of MissouriKansas City. September – Present. Designed
and taught several courses, such as “North American Environmental
History – Roots and Branches”, “th Century North
American Environmentalism, and “Social Effect and Energy Use”.
Adjunct Lecturer: University
of Kansas– Lawrence, Kansas. January May . Taught
threecredit environmental studies course entitled “Ecological Consequences
of the City.” Seminar explored environmental and social costs, benefits,
and impacts of urban and regional development.
University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor Michigan, School of Natural Resources
MS Environmental Policy, .
Yale University, New Haven,
CT. Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Summer
Land Measurement Modules, .
Hobart College, Geneva, NY,
BA History, .