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843457 Job Summary
Environmental Manager IV
Employer Job Id:
October 6, 2012
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December 5, 2012
Environmental Manager IV
- [Company] , a division of [Company] is a direct-hire, heavy industrial contractor providing world-class construction expertise in the areas of Power, Mining/Minerals Processing, Oil/Gas/Chemical, Renewable Energy, and Food & Beverage. Our financial stability, broad range of specialized capabilities and outstanding performance record make [Company] the contractor of choice for heavy industrial construction. Our unique company culture of over 6,000 talented team members, who are powered by People, includes an outstanding project and safety culture where “Nobody Gets Hurt”, a work hard, play hard attitude and meaningful involvement in local communities.
- Manage the Environmental program for the [Company] Wyoming District. Assist site management in planning, organizing and implementing the Environmental Management Program at the project level. Communicate with [Company] craft level employees, project management, project Staff, district management and the Corporate Environmental Manager.
- Be the environmental contact for the district and liaison between the project team, Client and Corporate EHS Department.
- Implement the district and jobsite environmental plans and perform actions as directed by the site environmental plan and as directed by Corporate EHS Department. Attend training and meetings as required. Have a subject prepared weekly on environmental compliance and update site managers on how we are doing with the compliance efforts.
- As requested, assist project team in any deficiencies identified and needed corrective action. Document actions and maintain files of completed actions.
- Report to district compliance officer as soon as required/practical all agency inspections, citations, audit deficiencies, spills of any regulated materials over one gallon on the ground and any amount entering a waterway, drain or other discharge point. See incident reporting matrix for timeline.
- Coordinate with Corporate EHS Department on overall program, environmental management, citation management, EPA and State reporting requirements and other applicable matters.
- While at projects, conduct a walk of the jobsite to assure compliance with federal, state, client and TICH policies specifically:
- Monitor work sites for spills
- Check secondary containment for leaks
- Monitor storage containers for leaks and ensure labeling
- Check emergency spill equipment
- Monitor chemical or regulated product usage (Fuel and use of diapers)
- Verify MSDS use (Products onsite and in use have MSDS sheets)
- Check drains and BMP’s are in place. Monitor erosion concerns.
- Monitor weather for potential rain/snow events
- Verify proper usage of waste bins and disposal process
- Present environmental training to the project employees as appropriate to ensure understanding and compliance with regulations and corporate standards.
- Day-to-day management of environmental issues for the district including monitoring storage, use of oils, chemicals and wastes processes. Ensure provisions of the site environmental execution plan for each project; remain in compliance at all times.
- Perform jobsite environmental inspections in accordance with Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC).
- Maintain all recordkeeping and documentation for the district as required by Corporate EHS Department.
- Monitor current inventories of all regulated chemicals at each site and ensure the projects are updating their SPCC plan with current quantities of petroleum products on site. Ensure communication process with purchasing and warehouse to be informed about quantities of chemicals, oils, lubricants.
- Ensure communication with Project Staff on incoming equipment that contains regulated materials. This would include Transformers, Turbines-(Lube oil), Batteries, etc.
- Coordinate all hazardous and regulated waste storage and disposal and develop waste profiles for all non-hazardous and hazardous waste prior to disposal. Which includes, the used oil program and universal waste programs (halogen bulbs and used batteries). Maintain all records as required by Corporate EHS Department.
- Provide Monthly Reports to District management and Corporate Environmental Manager on all environmental incidents and assist in the performance of Root Cause analysis reviews to determine corrective actions.
- A [Company] Environmental manager will have the ability to read and understand permits, regulations. Have proficient computer skills, ability to effectively communicate environmental processes. A high school education is required, bachelor’s degree preferred.
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