Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Develop tools and templates to manage the collection of environmental compliance information that results in enhanced compliance performance and appropriate quality and accuracy reviews of the data.
Manage field inspections for operating assets and construction projects. Provide expert level knowledge of compliance requirements and operating or construction parameters to answer questions regarding applicability and compliance programs. Enhance existing compliance programs based on audit results. Lead internal audits of the companys facilities outside area of responsibility.
Represent the organization in the evaluation and implementation of minor emerging regulatory issues through committees of state based Industry Associations or in support of the organizations Regulatory Issue Guideline.
Capable of managing all environmental programs and their applicability within a complex operating asset or construction project.
Recognize the need for and develop new procedures and tools to facilitate and demonstrate compliance.
Review environmental inspection reports and resolve potential compliance issues based on knowledge of regulations, construction practices and operating assets
Negotiate with contract and consultant resources to ensure an appropriate level of service and competitive rates for service. Evaluate contractor and consultant performance and make recommendations on continued use.
Manage the permit process from start to finish for all media, including applications for new construction and operating assets. Able to ensure quality and accuracy of practical permit conditions based on evaluation of compliance risk.
Perform job functions independently and able to manage task assignment and completion with limited supervision.
Manage multiple compliance systems across multiple media for complex operating sites and projects. Contribute to system enhancements to improve compliance performance. Training new users on compliance systems and procedures. Participate in the development and implementation of new compliance systems.
Provide mentoring to experienced employees on compliance system management, assisting with compliance requirements and organizational procedures and tools
Education and Experience
Bachelors degree or higher in an engineer field and/or related technical discipline or equivalent combination of formal education and job related experience:
At least eight (8) and up to fifteen (15) years of experience in an environmental compliance role is typical for this position, but years in the position is not as relevant as the application of knowledge and experience.
Knowledge of state and federal environmental regulations and standards and their applicability to operations.
Demonstrated ability to analyze, research, compile, and prepare permit applications, logs, reports, and correspondence and company responses to agency requests.
Demonstrated ability to evaluate, research, and interpret governmental regulations, equipment performance manuals, regulatory agency guidance and instructions, reports, correspondence, and company policies and procedures.
Application of math, algebraic formulas, calculus, and statistics.
Experience interacting, advising, negotiating, and communicating effectively.
Experis is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA)