Provide health, safety, and environmental support to the EPA 114 Project for both US Sites, assisting the Corporate HSE Team.
Job Context & Major Challenges:
The US facilities have entered into a consent decree (CD) with the US EPA and Dept. of Justice that require the installation of significant emissions control systems at both US manufacturing locations. This position will provide on-site support to the Corporate HSE Team for the various aspects of the project. This position will provide the project support while the incumbent HSE manager will focus on the daily HSE needs of the facility for regulation operations. The position will gather site specific information for permitting, coordinate with permitting firms and construction firms, as well as Corporate entities working on this project. Position will require travel (65% North Bend / 35% Hickok, est.).
1. Work with consultants that are permitting the emissions control equipment for North Bend and Hickok (air and water).(25% of time)
· Gather site specific data needed for all environmental permits
· Work with consulting firm to address permitting issues
· Serve as liaison between project team, permitting consultants and agencies, as directed by Corporate HSE
· Permits may include Title V, PSD, LAPDES, Solid Waste, Water withdrawal, etc.
2. Site construction safety oversight for both locations.(10% of time)
· Regular construction area audits, permitting and oversight in coordination with site HSE Manager & Project Team
3. Assist with implementation of EMIS data management tool(s).(10% of time)
· Assist with implementation of data management tool necessary for reporting
· Train additional uses on tool
4. Develop, implement and execute PM Best Management Practices Plan for both locations. (15% of time)
· Requirement of consent decree that will require project identification, execution and long term implementation of requirements in CD
5. Assist with the updating and modification of relevant environmental/safety plans, LOTO requirements, operating procedures and other documents. (25% of time)
· Integrated Emergency Management Plan
· ISO 14001/IATF 16949
6. Assist with the preparation of the semi-annual report to EPA/DOJ. (15% of time)
· Provide overview of activities during period
· Provide required information to prepare written reports, including investigations of alarms, malfunctions, etc.
7. Other duties.
· Other duties as assigned
· Bachelor in Science
· 5+ years’ experience managing complex environmental issues including Title V air permitting, regulatory plan development and execution for multiple sites
· Experience management contractors in large expansion/construction projects
· Computer literate to include Microsoft Office (Excel, Access, Word and PowerPoint)
· Experience in organizing files for fast identification and retrieval (e.g., library science principles)
· Good health, safety and environmental background preferably in the chemical industry.
· Strong problem solving and analytical skills.
· Ability to manage and configure complex databases.
· Excellent communication skills; written and verbal
· Open-minded team player capable of working with diverse personalities, culture and problems
· Strong teamwork and interpersonal skills. Articulate, persuasive, able to influence others by exercising sound judgment and good technical sense.
Misc. Requirements (travel, physical effort, work environment etc.)
· Ability to travel domestically approximately 40% of the time.
· Ability to stand and sit for long periods.
· Able to accommodate meetings/calls early and late in the day due to accommodating other participants schedules.
· Experience with multi-location corporation.
· Advanced scientific degree.
· Experience in the chemical engineering industry.