This position evaluates next generation sensors, performs analysis of large data sets, recommends the best technologies to apply to community air monitoring projects, and compares next generation sensors to known U.S. EPA equivalent methods. Relevant scientific principles will be applied to performance evaluation of community, regulatory, and other monitoring systems. The incumbent will use scientific methods, processes, and algorithms to extract knowledge and insights from structured and unstructured data. The incumbent will be able to identify relevant questions, collect data from a multitude of different data sources, organize the information, translate results into solutions, and communicate their findings in a way that positively affects technological decisions. This position writes, evaluates, and implements data logging and reporting capabilities for community air monitoring networks. This position also deploys and operates community air monitors that survey neighborhoods for adverse air quality impacts from nearby industrial facilities and other sources. Deployment of air monitoring equipment includes climbing ladders, working at heights, working next to industrial facilities and roadways and lifting of equipment weighing up to 50 pounds. The incumbent is expected to work closely with air monitoring and public health professionals at the local, State, and federal levels. Travel may be required up to 30% of the time.