Environmental Specialist II

Experis
US-OK-Weatherford
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  • Post Date: Apr 03, 2019
  • Start Date: 4/3/2019
  • Job Type: Full-Time

Job Description

Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Evaluate operating and project data gathered or entered into templates to ensure the quality and accuracy of the data relative to operating parameters or construction specifications in order to facilitate compliance evaluation or reporting
Coordinate field inspections at operating assets and on construction projects to identify compliance improvement opportunities and review identified opportunities for application across a broader asset base. Ensure corrective actions are sustainable and provide ongoing compliance. Participate in internal audits of facilities outside area of responsibility.
Participate in the evaluation and implementation of emerging regulatory issues through committees of Industry Associations or in support of the organizations Regulatory Issue Guideline
Provide regulatory applicability determinations and identify compliance requirements and tasks. Escalate issues to more experienced professionals to resolve complex questions of applicability or requirements.
Manage multiple environmental programs within operating assets or construction projects.
Initiate or author permit applications for new construction and operating assets and review permit conditions for consistency with operating or construction parameters with support from subject matter experts on complex projects.
Work periodically with immediate supervisor or other environmental staff on task assignments and task completion review
Works within an already established compliance system to coordinate data management and environmental records. Evaluate data and records to ensure accuracy and full compliance.
Provide mentoring and onboarding of new employees, assisting with compliance requirements and organizational procedures and tools
Coordinate agency inspections in the field and act as the primary representative for the organization in verbal and written communication with agency representatives.
Regular and reliable attendance is required in performance of job.
Employee may be required to perform additional duties as assigned.

Education and Experience
Bachelors degree or higher in an engineering field and/or related technical discipline or equivalent combination of formal education and job related experience
At least three (3) and up to ten (10) 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 in use and function of office equipment including computers and applicable software
Experience interacting, advising, negotiating, and communicating effectively
Demonstrated ability to read and write fluently in English
Communicate and/or exchange information.
Communicate effectively through the development of written communication that applies fundamental technical writing skills

Experis is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA)

Contact Details

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