We have a great opportunity for an to join a Global Chemical Client . The company provides customers worldwide with chemical and minerals which are essential to the manufacturing of goods essential to modern life. You will ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state and local environmental permits and regulations with primary focus being waste water, storm water, wildlife, hazardous waste and disposal site regulations. A key goal is to improve environmental compliance and performance in the most cost effective manner possible. This is a key role with advancement and growth opportunity! Position offers this and much more, including:
Great affordability with lower than average housing cost and higher than average appreciation
An extensive corporate relocation program provided.
Career growth in a stable environment
Joining an International Leader with 14,000 employees worldwide
Strong career stability / growth and development opportunity
Great location for outdoors activities. You have great weather, you have mountains, desert, biking, hiking, snowboarding / skiing, boating, desert motorsports and golfing!
This key role has a strong compensation and benefits program that include medical/ dental insurance, FSA account, 401k match, Life / ADD insurance, disability, paid vacation, disability and education reimbursement.
Duties / Tasks
Maintain and update the Business Plan, SPCC, CALARP/RMP, SDS systems.
Maintain and update FIFRA, pesticide and fertilizer registration.
Provide regulatory oversight and support for the hazardous waste program.
Remain current with environmental regulations and technology
provide support and consultation to operating areas and plant management.
Provide technical input to project design to avoid or mitigate adverse environmental effects
Help prepare and conduct Safety, Security, Health and Environmental (SSHE) training.
Identify cost effective solutions for technical and regulatory environmental issues.
Oversee consultants and outside laboratories.
Lead internal audit teams, prepare reports and track project completion.
Participate in incident investigation, mitigation, root cause analysis and corrective action.
Manage agency reporting and programs to achieve compliance with regulations.
Prepare and submit reports to various agencies as required.
Submit applications for new and revised permits.
Ensure sample collections and reports are completed on a timely basis.
Maintain a cooperative relationship with regulators and participate in facility inspections.
Compile, track, analyze and report analytical data.
Participate in audits, inspections and other regulatory compliance assurance activities.
Bachelor's degree in science or chemical / mechanical engineering fields or Bachelors Degree and 10 years related experience
3+ years of related experience in manufacturing or chemical, refining or mining operations.
Experienced with environmental and/or RCMS audits.
Must have experience working with/ negotiating with governmental agencies
Knowledge of local, state and federal environmental laws and regulations.
Possess strong communication skills
Knowledge of Responsible Care Management System is a plus
Professional certifications are a plus.
Advanced degree is a plus.
Associated topics: ehs, environmental health safety, epa, geologist, geotechnical, green energy, pollution, waste, water, water engineer
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