Environmental Career Careers in the United States

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Environmental Compliance Specialist - Environmental Engineer

Bridgestone Retail Operations is currently seeking an Environmental Compliance Specialist for their Environmental Affairs Department in Bloomingdale, IL in response to growth! Job Summary This position supports the environmental compliance for all retail facilities in the BSRO organization. Will manage existing compliance calendars as well as develop compliance calendars for new facilities and ensure that all environmental compliance deadlines are met. Properly maintain a database of all regulatory permits, records and documents. Assure proper response and analysis of environmental audit results and lead the investigation of all Notice of Violations and other environmental complaints. Essential Job Functions Develop, coordinate and implement environmental programs, policies and procedures to ensure compliance with federal, state, local and site permit and regulatory requirements. This includes, but is not limited to, processing, discharge, air and storm water permits Create and manage a database for all regulatory permits and related documents. Develop a compliance calendar and meet all calendar deadlines Develop standard protocols to conduct routine inspections and audits to assure continued compliance with site environmental requirements, commitments and procedures Lead the investigation of all facility Notice of Violations (NOVs) and coordinate the development of action plans Advises Retail Operations regarding procedural and operating measures to be taken to prevent and/or correct non-compliant activities with regard to environmental regulations or permits Identifies problems and recommends corrections; prioritizes and conducts follow ups on corrections regarding areas of non-compliance or potential non-compliance Oversee the preparation of all required routine and non-routine environmental documentation and reports to corporate and regulatory agencies Develop and support necessary training initiatives with preparation, presentation of required environmental training and training programs Spill and emergency response and reporting Assist in One Team, One Planet environmental initiatives Other duties as assigned Other Essential Functions: Building strong cross functional relationships Reports To: BSRO Environmental Representative...

Environmental Field Technician

Environmental Field Technician American Environmental Group Ltd . is seeking an Environmental Field Technician . If you meet the qualifications below please apply: The primary responsibilities of an Environmental Field Technician include: Operation and maintenance of landfill gas (LFG) and landfill fluids collection systems Understand environmental and health & safety regulations and perform work in a compliant manner with the regulations for all field work Assist project managers with the procurement of materials, equipment, and supplies for projects Perform landfill gas, surface water, leachate, soil, and air sampling Perform maintenance on system components to ensure or restore proper operation and compliance Environmental data collection and interpretation General office assistance such as filling out paperwork and submitting reports Respond to LFG and landfill fluid collection systems call-out devices 24-hours per day, 7 days per week. AEG guarantees our clients a response to system failure within a maximum 12-hour time period Travel for extended periods, if necessary. It is anticipated that an EFT will travel 30 to 60 percent of the time however, this estimate may change based on client needs Walk long distances, up and down steeply sloped landfills and outdoor terrain Work in extreme (hot and cold) weather conditions safely Lift a minimum of 50 pounds on a non-consistent basis Pass a company paid, baseline health physical and drug screening, if required Complete the USEPA HAZWOPR, 40-hour, environmental health and safety class, and annual 8-hour refresher classes Ability to troubleshoot mechanical and electrical system failures Provide an aggressive and pro-active approach to client needs Ability to obtain, and keep in good standing, a valid drivers license Must be available to work overtime, nights, weekends, and holidays if necessary Must maintain a professional, well groomed appearance (no facial hair, proper hair length, proper, professional, and adequate clothing, etc.) at all times Must be able to communicate with clients and peers using professional diction...

Environmental Department Manager

PSI , a national environmental, geotechnical, andconstruction materials consulting and engineering firm, has an immediateposition available for a seasoned and experienced Environmental DepartmentManager at our Columbus, OH office. Thisdepartment offers a full range of environmental consulting services including PhaseI/II Site Assessments, environmental compliance audits/risk assessments, USTprojects, remedial design and management and asbestos/lead consulting services. Responsibilities: Responsible for the overall strategic direction and management of the environmental engineering services including: developing and penetrating market segments through service providings, client management and business development, profit/loss management, personnel resource management, and technical management oversight....

Environmental Engineer - Associate

Environmental Engineer - Associate Are you ready to start your environmental career or take the next step? Are you seeking to work with multiple sites? Are you possibly looking to start your civilian career after serving within our military. If this fits you, this may be your next career opportunity! Our client is a leader within their industry. Their track record of growth and their focus on solving Environmental issues has allowed the to remain at the top in their industry. With the continued growth, we are seeking an individual for the position of Environmental Engineer Associate . As the Environmental Engineer Associate you will be tasked with maintaining and upgrading current safety and regulatory compliance for multiple manufacturing facilities. This position has great promotional opportunities for the "Top Performer". Position reports to the VP of Corporate Environmental Engineering services. Key Words: Environmental, Safety, Compliance, Manufacturing, Chemical, PSM, HAZMAT Client Staffing Solutions, Inc. is a national search and placement firm specializing in the manufacturing industry for over 20 years. We search for individuals in various positions such as Engineering, Maintenance, Manufacturing, Production, Packaging, Logistics, Sanitation, Quality, Operations, Research & Development, Human Resource Management, Sales and Marketing, IT and Executive level roles. It is our policy to provide equal employment to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, creed, national origin, ancestry, age, sexual preference, handicap or disability, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic in accordance with applicable federal laws. In addition, Client Staffing Solutions, Inc. complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment. This policy applies to all employment practices and personnel actions ....

Entry Level Environmental Engineer / Scientist

Entry Level Environmental Engineer / Scientist As an entry level environmental engineer or scientist you will complete a variety of tasks in support of environmental project efforts. Duties may include, but are not limited to: Assessment- Identify potential environmental concerns at commercial/industrial properties, conduct file reviews and records searches, and prepare reports. Investigation- Oversee field subcontractor operations, obtain and field screen soil samples, install, develop and sample monitoring wells, prepare samples for laboratory, document site activities, and communicate with onsite clients and regulators. Remediation/Clean-up- Oversee field subcontractor operations, perform pilot tests, and perform site decontamination tasks. Prepare site maps. Work with project managers to install environmental monitoring equipment. Compliance site monitoring activities. Health and Safety Plan (HASP) preparation. To learn more about our company visit www.sesadvantage.com...

Environmental Engineer

Position: Environmental Engineer Location: Gila Bend, AZ Primary Responsibilities The project environmental engineer is responsible for the day to day environmental activities on the project site. Duties include but not limited to: Ensure the project activities are covered in accordance with federal, state, local and corporate requirements Perform inspections for the entire project including all the activities Participate in environmental training for all employees and subcontractors working on site Develop/review/update plans and procedures Audits activities and coaches activity managers and required personnel Prevent, coordinate and control the environmental emergency situations on project Analyze hazardous materials and control systems to ensure impact minimization Complete the required reporting forms and information for legal and corporate reporting Perform data analysis in support of environmental compliance and permitting evaluations...

Environmental Specialist

Job is located in Charlotte, NC. This position provides comprehensive environmental, health or safety support to assigned geographic and/or organizational sections. Responsible for moderately complex technical work in a wide range of environmental, health or safety disciplines to achieve compliance with the organizations EHS standards and with federal, state and local regulatory requirements. Works under very general direction. Independently determines and develops approaches to solutions. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. Applies specialized technical expertise to develop, implement and maintain programs, systems and procedures. Uses experience to anticipate and prevent EHS incidents and hazards. Leads/conducts investigation of incidents, accidents, injuries, or complaints. Recommends improvements in moderately complex processes, design, procedures, and operating equipment to minimize the hazard potential. Develops and conducts employee training, emergency preparedness and quality assurance programs. Provides regulatory interpretation and technical advice. Maintains current knowledge of specific requirements imposed by government agencies and a working knowledge of the scientific and technical aspects of regulatory requirements and how they may impact company operations. May act as a lead person or lead technical expert and provides direction to less experienced personnel working on environmental, health or safety programs. RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: % of Time Performed Major responsibilities and specific job duties 50% Serve as single-points-of-contact or coordinators to implement environmental, health or safety activities that require broad knowledge and experience in order to provide compliance solutions to EHS issues. Provides direction for moderately complex work activities in order to comply with environmental, health or safety laws, regulations and corporate requirements. Develops, implements and recommends improvements in programs, systems and procedures. Provides regulatory interpretation and technical advice. Leads/participates in and supports EHS compliance and management system audits. 35% Interacts with subject matter experts and customers to ensure consistent and thorough implementation of moderately complex EHS programs, policies, and procedures. Anticipates and prevents EHS incidents and hazards along with leads/conducts investigation of incidents, accidents, injuries or complaints. 15% Develops and conducts section and department administrative and development functions including budgeting, special projects and assignments, employee training, emergency preparedness and quality assurance programs....

Environmental Scientist

Trileaf Corporation is a nationwide environmental and architecture and engineering consulting firm that assists clients with environmental due diligence, regulatory compliance, and engineering & architectural design. Trileaf serves the wireless communications, real estate, financial, and petroleum industries from its headquarters in St. Louis, MO and branch offices in Baltimore, MD; Chicago, IL; Des Moines, IA; Orlando, FL; Phoenix, AZ; Seattle, WA; and Denver, CO. Trileaf is seeking a temporary full time Environmental Scientist with 0 to 10 years of experience conducting Property Condition Assessments (PCAs), NEPA Reports, and Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (Phase I ESAs) for our office in Towson (Baltimore-area), Maryland. Property Condition Assessment (PCA) responsibilities include inspecting commercial buildings and researching and preparing Property Condition Assessment Reports to document the condition of the building and estimate the cost and timeline of future repairs. Phase I ESA responsibilities include conducting site visits of wireless communications facilities and other commercial properties. The site visit is comprised of taking detailed field notes, photographs, conducting interviews, and performing regulatory agency file reviews. Subsequent to field work, office activities consist of reviewing historic topographic maps, Sanborn maps, city directories, aerial photographs, title/lien search reports, environmental databases, regulatory and other documents followed by the interpretation of the compiled information and the drafting of a standardized report in accordance with ASTM E-1527-13 (AAI). NEPA responsibilities include conducting site visits of proposed wireless communications facilities. Prior to conducting the site visit, a preliminary screening of listed and/or proposed threatened or endangered species, critical habitat, National Wetland Inventory Maps (NWI), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) etc., as well as correspondence with Tribal, federal, state, and local agencies in accordance with FCC Rules Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1, Subpart I, rule sections 1.1301 to 1.1319. Subsequent to these activities, an individual must be able to interpret the complied information and prepare a template NEPA report....

Environmental Compliance Manager / EHS Regulatory Manager

Environmental Compliance Manager / EHS Regulatory Manager Rapidly growing manufacturer of adhesives and sealants has an exciting new opportuity for an Environmental Compliance Manager / EHS Regulatory Manager. Company offers very generous compensation and benefits package as well as tremendous career growth potential. JOB SUMMARY: This position is responsible for the administration of the regulatory compliance in the manufacturing facilities for two locations (MA and FL). Candidate will work in conjunction with the Health and Safety Manager to contribute to a safe work environment. ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Keeps up to date on compliance issues concerning local, state, and national regulations and implements the appropriate policies and procedures. Conducts audits to ensure that organization and government standards on environmental health and safety are met. Oversees the analysis and evaluation of air, water, and land systems to determine if pollutants are present and directs the implementation of appropriate corrective action, if necessary. Evaluates operations and makes recommendations to reduce waste or pollution. Appropriates and analyzes data for the submission of reports to maintain compliance with FM, NFPA, DOT, OSHA, DEP, Title-V, Air Registration, Hazardous Waste (LQG), SARA 312/311 Tier II, South Coast AQMD (Product Reports), Waste Water Discharge, SWPPP, SARA 313 (TRI), TURP, MACT 5H, MACT 4F, other MACT as Needed, GHG, RAO and EPA regulations. Manages the flow of ISO documentation, DOT descriptions and the MSDS database. Evaluates the safety, health and environmental needs of the facility by analyzing data based on good engineering practices, drawing conclusions, and rendering appropriate decisions. Joins the emergency response team and responds to in-house emergencies. Provides guidance and counsel to employees concerning regulatory compliance and proper work procedures and the handling of chemicals. Trains personnel to follow safe work habits and procedures and ensures employees? understanding through tests and audits. Evaluates products and their associated chemicals so that they can be manufactured, transported, used and disposed of safely. Advises customers concerning the safe handling, transportation and disposal of chemical products. Supports marketing by providing literature, regulatory direction and technical consultation. In conjunction with the Health and Safety Manager, develops and adheres to the EH&S budget. Promotes, supports and adheres to all safety, environmental and quality related policies and procedures....

Environmental Health and Safety Supervisor

ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY SUPERVISOR An automotive tier I supplier is looking for a site Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Supervisor to ensure that the safety needs are met and are in accordance with the organization?s policies and applicable laws regarding Occupational Safety and Health. This individual will be responsible for the site safety program, plant safety compliance, environmental compliance, workers compensation administration, OSHAS 18001 certification, random drug screen programs, plant security and facility security and employee engagement. Administer safety related training classes and programs Perform risk assessments on all tasks and providing employees with the proper safety precautions if tasks are dangerous and taking steps to reduce that risk Investigates near misses, unsafe acts and unsafe conditions Reviews and takes measures to eliminate ergonomic issues. Maintains positive relationships with employees at all levels and helps resolve issues involving employees Conducts periodic facility safety audits Administers site drug testing policy Identifies legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting safety managements and ensures that company policies, procedures and reporting are in compliance Keeps OSHA 300 log in order and up to date as well as perform required posting Represents organization at benefit review conferences or work comp related hearings Maintains relationships with outside consultants, vendors, employment agencies, professional associations and Federal and State government agencies such as Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency Performs incident investigations...

Environmental Health & Safety Supervisor

Job is located in Franklin, IN. Environmental Health and Safety Supervisor This position will be responsible for supervising a multi-person staff in the monitoring and improving of environmental and safety activities within a fast paced high production facility. Support and direct risk reduction activities, safety initiatives, Associate training, ISO 14001 compliance, energy usage reduction programs, and other sustainability efforts. The successful candidate must be able to collect and understand a variety of EHS data and share it with all levels of Associates and Management. This position also will be responsible for maintaining compliance to OSHA as well a variety of pollution control permits...

Property Condition Assessor / Environmental Site Assessor

Architecture/Engineering Applicants: Primary responsibilities will be to perform Property Condition Assessments (PCAs) as well as Project Capital Needs Assessments (PCNAs) in accordance with ASTM standards and local, state, and federal regulations. Project Managers complete all aspects of assessment including all field work, data compilation and report preparation for each project, depending on the scope of work and client needs. Secondary responsibilities to include Construction Loan Monitoring (CLM) services, incorporating up-front construction document reviews and monthly pay application request inspection/reporting. Project Manager may also review PCA inspection reports. Environmental Applicants: Primary responsibilities will be to perform Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) in accordance with ASTM Phase I standards and local, state, and federal regulations; as well as, evaluate and recommend cleanup options and risk assessment analysis and costs. Nova offers a variety of competitive compensation and benefit programs. In addition to a competitive base salary, you will be eligible for participating in the bonus incentive program, as well as benefits coverage. You will be eligible for paid time off, paid company holidays, and flexible work schedules, including work from home options. We are committed to supporting your professional development through career ladders, training programs, tuition assistance, and professional association events. Nova also encourages and helps realize a healthy work-life balance for all of our employees. Nova Consulting Group, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer....

Environmental, Health & Safety

Large Corporation with opening at Lancaster area plant for EHS Engineer to become involved with all aspects of their EHS programs. Will work with Safety, Industrial Hygene, Ergonomics and environmental affairs. Involved with the training , New programs, audits, and etc. Some travel might be involved....

Senior Environmental Sceintist

Straughan Environmental, Inc. is a successful, rapidly growing, woman-owned business that provides high-quality and cost effective environmental consulting services to a wide variety of clients in the government and private sectors. Straughan is committed to sustainable design . We are experts in environmental planning, design, assessments, and policy. Our staff consists of natural, wildlife, and wetland scientists; geomorphologists; civil and environmental engineers; biologists and botanists; planners; foresters; cultural resource specialists; and GIS and CAD technicians. This combination of technical expertise and an understanding of policy makes Straughan a highly competitive firm and a great place to advance your career. Straughan is currently seeking an experienced Senior Environmental Scientist to join our Natural Resources Team. Detailed understanding of Maryland and federal regulations for wetlands, streams, and forests is a must, along with experience in preparing and reviewing related regulatory submittals such as joint federal/state permit applications, forest stand delineation reports, and forest conservation plans. Because this position will entail significant client contact and coordination with other consultants, the successful candidate must have demonstrated ability to independently carry out client interactions and work towards consensus on difficult issues. Strong organizational skills, including the ability to track and manage multiple tasks and priorities, as well as the ability to communicate effectively in both speech and writing are a must. In addition, candidates must be self-motivated and have the ability to work in a multi-disciplinary, environmentally conscious, team environment. Straughan offers very competitive compensation and benefits packages, and is an EOE....

Lead Environmental Specialist

AM/NS Calvert is a 50/50 joint venture between ArcelorMittal and Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp. (NSSMC). The steel processing plant is located in Calvert, Ala., about 35 miles north of Mobile. Formerly operated under ThyssenKrupp, the plant has served the NAFTA market since 2010 with the capacity to process 5.3 million tons of flat rolled carbon steel products annually. AM/NS Calvert is recognized as one of the most advanced steel finishing facilities in the world and is highly complementary to ArcelorMittal USA?s existing portfolio of world-class assets. The facility includes a river terminal, hot strip mill, cold rolling mill, four hot dip galvanizing lines, rail yard and supporting infrastructure. The facility serves the automotive, construction, pipe and tube, service center, and appliance/ HVAC industries with an impressive portfolio of steel grades for high-value applications including hot rolled bands, hot rolled pickled and oiled, cold rolled, and advanced coated products. AM/NS Calvert also helps ArcelorMittal to meet increasing OEM demand for advanced high strength steels that are needed to produce lighter-weight, more fuel efficient vehicles. AM/NS Calvert is currently seeking a Lead Specialist Environmental to join our Environmental, Health and Safety team. This position will be responsible for the following: Oversees compliance certification and manages permitting program for continuous improvement Develops and implements effective deviation reporting process that meets EPA and other regulatory requirements (air quality, waste water, hazardous materials, etc.) Mentors other Environmental Specialist in support of company objectives Reviews and incorporates regulatory updates Effective communicates and implements permit changes Performs periodic monitoring for local state, and federally enforceable rules Develops and obtains variances or alternative operating conditions to protect site from enforcement actions Conducts all Title V (as applicable) permit for new projects Ensure working knowledge of competencies as defined in ISO 9001:2008 Team Member Competency Form. Prepares a diverse set of environmental permitting projects including air quality, water quality and residual waste Evaluates and identifies environmental compliance issues, federal, state and local Reviews proposed permit conditions...

Regional Environmental Manager

Responsibilities: Drive excellence in environmental performance acrossregion with numerous facilities in various states in the Western Region of theUS. Effectively implement and manage environmental risk within division. Integrate environmental compliance and management systems into manufacturingoperations. Champion Market-Based Management® and Operations Excellence (OpEx)by coaching employees on how their actions connect to our environmental visionand create long-term value. Participate in strategic planning process, trackmetrics to promote positive, proactive behaviors, support management ofenvironmental talent positions across the region, and identify emergingissues. The Regional Environmental Manager reports to the Division EnvironmentalManager....

Environmental Compliance Specialist

The leading provider of comprehensive water and wastewater services to municipal and industrial customers Veolia Water Technologies, Inc. Industrial Solutions is currently seeking a Environmental Compliance Specialist to work in the Dayton Ohio area. Veolia Water Technologies, Inc. Industrial Solutions is a full-service industrial water management company with a focus on a cost effective blend of service, chemistry and equipment technologies. With our balanced process management approach to water-related issues, we are able to create and implement innovative, sustainable, custom water solutions that reduce the overall cost of operation and compliance. Veolia Water Technologies, an industry leader in providing water and wastewater solutions to industrial and municipal customers. Veolia Water Technologies is a Veolia company. Veolia provides water services through public-private partnerships and industrial outsourcing agreements and is comprised of the top water professionals in every corner of the globe. Our parent company, Veolia Environnement (VE), is a world leader in environmental services. VE is based in France and is comprised of four business segments that serve the environmental needs of customers globally: Veolia Water, Veolia Environmental Services, and Veolia Energy. This position is a field position that works on-site at a client's location performing environmental compliance activities. Includes Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, RCRA, SARA, TSCA, ISO 14001, and other environmental functions, as needed. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Hazardous, non hazardous, and universal waste management and shipping Waste sampling, identification, and storage requirements NPDES or POTW permits, sampling, and reporting Air monitoring, reporting, and permitting Spill response and reporting Permits to Install and Operate for air and water sources ISO 14001 program creation and maintenance Tier 2 and TRI Reporting PCB waste identification and disposal Shipping materials in accordance with DOT requirements Environmental System Auditing...

Project Manager (Environmental)

Project Manager (Environmental) If you enjoy the challenge and variety of managing multiple projects with a wide range of clients and professionals then Arcadis is the place for you. Ensuring the completion of environmental projects for clients of a leading environmental consulting firm, you will quickly feel at home as you join our close-knit group. If you feel you have the drive, energy and motivation to learn quickly, you will definitely grow a career with our company. In this role, you?ll work with technical knowledge experts in environmental consulting from around the world. We promise you won't get bored here because the projects are as diverse as the teams you'll be working with. While you support and learn from a senior certified project manager, you will gain knowledge that will open doors for you, and present unlimited opportunities in project management. While growing your career with Arcadis, you may want to take your career in another direction. Maybe you?d like to consider international travel? It's all possible with this global leader. If you think you?re ready to build an exciting career, don?t hesitate and apply today! ARCADIS is the leading global natural and built asset design and consultancy firm working in partnership with our clients to deliver exceptional and sustainable outcomes through the application of design, consultancy, engineering, project and management services. ARCADIS differentiates through its talented and passionate people and its unique combination of capabilities covering the whole asset life cycle, its deep market sector insights and its ability to integrate health & safety and sustainability into the design and delivery of solutions across the globe. We are 28,000 people who generate $3.8 billion in revenues. We support UN-Habitat with knowledge and expertise to improve the quality of life in rapidly growing cities around the world. EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability ARCADIS is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. We are dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment on any basis including race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by law. EEO is the Law: ? http://www.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/poster_screen_reader_optimized.pdf??...

Senior Environmental Specialist

Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies, a $4.9 billion strategic business group, is a global leader in providing customers with high-performance Performance Materials and Technology, including fluorine products; specialty films and additives; advanced fibers and composites; intermediates; specialty chemicals; electronic materials and chemicals; and technologies and materials for petroleum refining with revenue. Key Responsibilities: Manage implementation of requirements associated with a government compliance program at the Hopewell site. Interface with local, state, and federal regulatory agencies on issues relating to compliance. Leading role in developing the environmental management systems to facilitate increase understanding and accountability. Continue to develop and mature the use of the Environmental Risk Register to facilitate proactive environmental risk reduction. Manage environmental consultant resources for project work, including stack and continuous emissions reporting and verification. Submit reports to regulatory agencies. Review and approve air components of site proposed changes and appropriations requests, in partnership with the Hopewell site Environmental Air Specialist. Work closely with site leaders to ensure compliance with program requirements. Work with site and regional environmental specialists, as well as operations, maintenance, and engineering leaders at Hopewell, to ensure environmental requirements are integrated with plant level standard work. Manage and improve the enhanced Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) programs....

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGER - PLANT, KANSAS CITY, KS

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGER ? PLANT ? KANSAS CITY, KS LOCATION FPC of Raleigh has been engaged to find a new PLANT ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGER (EHS MANAGER) for our client, a large international manufacturing company. This role will be located in and be responsible for the full EHS function at the KANSAS CITY, KS plant. The PLANT ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGER (EH MANAGER) will partner with the Plant Manager to help lead this premier flagship facility and to be primarily responsible for the delivery of the EHS programs and policies. This company is looking for a strong leader and motivator, with solid EHS skills, who is not afraid to make decisions, and who can think outside the box to achieve quality results. The PLANT ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGER (EHS MANAGER) will have responsibility developing and managing the facilities? EHS programs and to ensure compliance with all federal, state and local regulations, permitting and reporting. This role will manage a team of 5 including the maintenance staff. This company offers a competitive salary, good benefits and bonus, with relocation available for the appropriate candidate. RESPONSIBILITIES for the PLANT ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGER (EHS MANAGER) include : Develop and implement policies, programs and practices to control air emissions, monitor industrial wastewater treatment and discharges, manage and minimize solid and hazardous waste and to manage activities requited under the Toxic Substances Control Act, the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act and all other applicable environmental laws and regulations Supervision of the programs under the Occupational Safety & Health Act Conduct facility inspections, maintain appropriate records and submit timely reports to regulatory agencies Use Lean Manufacturing tools to drive continuous improvement Maintain working relationships with federal, State and local regulatory agencies Maintain compliance with all permits Maintain EHS budget and capital monies and expenditures Training and oversight of facility personnel performing EHS functions Develop Behavioral Based Training to improve productivity and decrease accident and incidents Work with all levels of employees, and partner with plant management on EHS initiatives Develop reports and KPI for Plant Manager and Director EHS Effectively manage, develop and lead the HR team...

Environmental Technologist

Conestoga Rovers & Associates (CRA) is one of the world?s leading professional services companies providing engineering, environmental and construction services to private and public sector clients. Following its merger with GHD in July 2014, CRA has become part of a connected global network of more than 8500 people operating in 200+ offices across five continents and the Pacific region. Privately owned by our people, our formula for success is simple ? we build strong relationships, exceed the expectations of our clients and create lasting community benefit. Conestoga-Rovers & Associates has an opening in our Dallas, TX office for an Environmental Technologist, who aspires to become an active employee in a vibrant, well-established company. If you?re driven, fast track your career here! Responsibilities include Capable of supporting our project managers in the preparation of technical reports, proposals, correspondence, spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations, etc. Provide field support for environmental services projects; Typical duties will include: Field data collection and documentation for environmental site assessments Will conduct environmental media sampling of air, groundwater, surface water, soil, etc. in accordance with applicable standards Collection of waste characterization samples for profiling water, soils, sludges, etc. for proper disposal Supervision of remedial contractors and environmental service providers Prepare routine correspondence, data reports, standardized documents and work plans for internal and client review...

Environmental, Health, and Safety Manager

JOB SUMMARY This EHS Manager is ultimately responsible for the Rheem Montgomery Plant?s environmental, health, and safety programs and for compliance with state and federal regulatory guidelines. The incumbent also serves as a shared resource / subject matter expert for the Montgomery Water Heater Division. The EHS Manager leads and administers all safety initiatives as well as directs plant wide environmental and safety related continuous improvement activities while mitigating potential liability. Responsibilities also include the management of the Rheem Plant Medical Facility and the Waste Water Treatment operations. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS (To perform within this position successfully, the incumbent must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Other duties may be assigned.) ? Plans, schedules, and coordinates all activities related to Plant Environmental and Safety programs and ensure that its focus remains as our top priority. ? Directly responsible for management of the Rheem Medical Center and Waste Water Treatment operations ? Ensures compliance with all Federal, State and Local Government Regulations concerning OSHA and EPA, including permits and certifications ? Evaluates and conducts appropriate analysis in order to mitigate potential liability. ? Responsible for the promotion, communication and education of all hourly and salaried plant employees on safety, health, ergonomic, industrial hygiene, and environmental programs. ? Responsible for all internal records and statistics on employee safety and health, environmental issues, industrial hygiene, and medical center transactions. ? Acts as the Montgomery Plant Emergency Response Coordinator as well as develops, directs and monitors Emergency Management plans. ? Conducts, evaluates, and analyzes all safety, ergonomic, health, water and air emissions and makes appropriate recommendations to upper management. ? Manages the Plant?s accident investigation process and worker?s compensation program. ? Develops and teaches safety initiatives to hourly and salaried personnel as well as manages training and compliance for all industrial lift truck safety. ? Acts as the primary contact for Federal, State and Local inspectors including OSHA, ADEM, and EPA) ? Leads employee committee involvement as it pertains to safety, health, ergonomic, industrial hygiene and environmental programs. ? Manages company resources and budgets as it pertains to safety, health, ergonomic, industrial hygiene, and environmental programs. Supervisory Responsibilities: Yes: Incumbent supervises the work of the Medical Center and Wastewater Treatment staff....

Environmental Health & Safety Specialist

Provide structure/methodology and leadership to the process for assessing organizational learning and development needs (Job/Task Analysis) and assessing individual learning and development needs. (Individual Performance/Competency Analysis). Plan, design, coordinate and maintain procedures and systems to investigate, evaluate, monitor, detect and record occupational health, safety radiological, and environmental conditions, liabilities, and exposures Respond to inquiries from employees regarding occupational health, safety, and environmental concerns. Conduct comprehensive studies and on-site surveys for recognition and evaluation of various occupational health, safety, radiological, and environmental conditions, including studies of environmental quality and exposures. Survey, inspect, and evaluate facilities and other physical properties to identify occupational health, safety, radiological, and environmental best practices and concerns. Prepare special and periodic reports, guidelines, manuals, newsletters, summaries, and bulletins. Participate in third-party and regulatory inspections, surveys, and audits, interface with federal, state, and local agencies. Develop, coordinate, and conduct occupational health, safety, radiological, environmental, and technical education and training programs. Assist in training and coordination of work of new employees. Develop, implement, promote, and maintain occupational health, safety, radiological, and environmental programs and projects. Identify occupational and environmental health and safety conditions, and recommend preventive and corrective measures. Provide leadership for design, development, delivery, and tracking of curriculum. Coordinate enrollment, pre and post communication and evaluation of learning events. Assist managers with needs assessment, identification, selection, acquisition, and implementation of appropriate resources to deliver training. Monitors learning and development system performance and makes improvements on a continuing cycle. Advise on the purchase of equipment, and oversee the routine maintenance and calibration of instruments and devices Review plans for construction and renovation of facilities for occupational health, safety, radiological, and environmental concerns, and evaluate designed effectiveness. Assist in the procurement, review, and project management of contracts and service agreements with outside vendors. Participate in emergency response activities. Comply with all occupational health, safety, and environmental rules and regulations, and company policies, procedures, and guidelines....

Health, Safety and Environmental Specialist

Health, Safety and Environmental Specialist Reports to Human Relations Manager New Health, Safety and Environmental Specialist position established for a prominent Tier 1 Automotive Supplier in Battle Creek, Mi. This new Direct Hire position has a salary range of $50-$65k, with Blue Cross Blue shield coverage. Experience in an automotive launch environment is preferred. Summary of Responsibilities Responsible for ensuring that all safety and environmental standards are maintained and in compliance with OSHA and EPA. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Ensure Health, Safety and Environmental policies and procedures are consistently applied based on the principles of the Corporate and Divisional Health, Safety and Environmental Policy, as well as being in compliance with Federal, State and Local regulations, including OSHA, EPA and IDNR Ensure a safe work environment by coordinating all safety activities to reduce workplace accidents and protect Team Members Plan and coordinate internal and external safety training for all Team Members Maintain effective communication and coordination with all internal customers, plant Leaders and Team Members; maintain positive employee relations; listen to issues and concerns and respond within 48 hours Promote and practice ?safety first? by immediately addressing any hazards, defective equipment or unsafe conditions within the department Support new program launches Provide motivation and results-oriented environment Provide counsel and support to Team Members and Leaders on health, safety and environmental matters Establish written safety standards and annually update and review these policies and procedures Evaluate safety and ergonomic issues in workstation design and layout and in the development stage of manufacturing processes and equipment Provide and maintain statistics to assist in continuous improvement in the area of workplace safety and loss control Review all accident/incident investigation reports and provide leadership in developing and implementing corrective actions Analyze loss control statistics and make recommendations for continuous improvement Coordinate the selection of personal protective equipment (PPE) and appropriate fit testing of such items Conduct monthly safety and environmental audits and report results to division Leaders Coordinate meetings and provide necessary administrative support to Health, Safety and Environmental Committee Ensure that the Health and Safety portions of the Action Plan resulting from the Employee Opinion Survey are completed in a timely fashion. Maintain a high profile with Team Members on the plant floor and be a strong advocate to ensure that Team Member safety and environmental concerns and issues are resolved in a timely manner Monitor new and amended legislation and remain current with the latest health, safety and environmental requirements Keep safety boards updated throughout facility and post minutes of Health, Safety and Environmental Committee meetings Implement, maintain and report on status of the Environmental Management System per ISO-14001 requirements Maintain statistical information on waste streams Coordinate recycling program Coordinate spill control team Participate in monthly associate meetings Provide Leaders with safety topics for use in line meetings Report on status of departmental projects as required Monitor Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and ensure they are updated Investigate ways to reduce waste and environmental liability Conduct sampling as required to comply with environmental regulations Coordinate sampling, transportation and disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams Handle confidential information on a regular basis Complete correspondence, forms and reports in Microsoft Office and other required programs Ensure all Team Member documentation is maintained Encourage safety and housekeeping practices and lead by example...

Environmental Planner - Transportation

Mead & Hunt?s transportationpractice is growing and there are exceptional opportunities for an environmentalplanner to join our Raleigh, North Carolina, office. Responsibilities include conducting researchfor and developing all levels of environmental documentation (includingcategorical exclusions, environmental assessments, and environmental impactstatements) for transportation projects in North Carolina, South Carolina, andVirginia; preparing, coordinating, and facilitating public involvement andconsensus-building meetings and workshops of high interest to the generalpublic; and assisting with the marketing of environmental services. Some travel will be necessary....

Environmental Intern

Company Introduction Decostar Industries of Carrollton, GA is a division of Magna Exteriors. Magna Exteriors, a wholly owned unit of Magna International, is a full service supplier of exterior vehicle appearance systems to the global automotive industry. Magna Exteriors creates bumper fascia systems, exterior trim, modular systems, class A body panels, structural components, under hood & under body components. Why work at Magna? We are committed to making great things possible in the automotive industry and for your career. At Magna, world-class manufacturing meets vision in an effort to lead the future. We create innovative solutions from start to finish, from imagination to engineering to manufacturing. Our people are our greatest asset. In our challenging and rewarding environment, they imagine what's next, determine what's needed, and do what it takes to make it possible. Join our 125,000 employees that circle the globe. After all, the future is ours to make. Job Introduction This position reports directly to the Environmental Engineer and is responsible for the general and specific job duties as described below: Major Responsibilities * Assist Environmental Engineer in managing environmental activities. * Provide troubleshooting input as required and assist in the analysis of data and providing environmental training to Decostar team members. * Participate fully in Decostar Environmental Committee as directed by the Environmental Engineer to ensure Committee goals are met. * Support and lead in generation of department standards and implementation of processes. * Support in maintaining and updating Environmental Department forms and documents. * Coordinate environmental initiatives with other departments as needed. * Responsible for special projects assigned by the Environmental Engineer. * Support inspections, audits, and hazardous material shipping activities at Decostar. * Support environmental report documentation and submission. * Perform environmental calculations for compliance determination and trouble-shooting. * Generate progress reports and presentations for action items and special projects. * Perform other duties as directed. Knowledge and Education Pursuing a degree in Environmental Health, Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, or a related field of study. Skills and Competencies Strong computer skills are an asset. Work Environment * This position requires a person to have the ability to perform work while standing or walking a minimum of eight (8) hours, this includes walking up and down stairs frequently. * Be able to work near alcohols, solvent, paints, or plastic sanding dust. * Good vision at a close distance is required with or without the use of corrective lenses. * This position requires the ability to hear alarms with or without the use of hearing aids. Additional Information You will receive training to perform your job on an on-going basis concurrent with Decostar business operations. Training areas will include safety, quality, continuous improvement and other job specific training that is determined to be an essential part of your job and Decostar business operations....

Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator

www.professionalpowerproducts.com Job Title: Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator FLSA Status Exempt Department: Operations Management Reports To: Operations Management Prepared By: Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator Prepared Date: 9/23/2014 Approved By: Human Resources Approved Date: 9/23/2014 SUMMARY This position is responsible for planning, establishing, implementing, and maintaining a variety of environmental, health, and safety (EHS) programs to assure the highest possible degree of health and safety for employees. The successful candidate will be a self-starting leader who enjoys the challenges of daily involvement with an operation and maintenance team. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES This list of duties and responsibilities are not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities as management may deem necessary from time to time. ? Ensure that the facility is compliant with federal, state and local laws, regulations, rules and codes ? Manage recordkeeping and reporting requirements o OSHA Logs, EHS Training, Corrective Action Log, Air Permitting ? Identify and evaluate hazardous conditions and practices in the workplace, conduct and coordinate on-site inspections to audit physical conditions and safe work practices ? Help develop controls for identified hazards, coordinate the implementation of controls from result of hazard analysis ? Measure and evaluate the effectiveness of the hazard control system, policies, and procedures and recommend changes that reflect improved opportunities to eliminate work place accidents and injuries ? Plan, develop and implement EHS training for new employee orientation and annual required (EHS) programs ? Provide advice and counseling for all compliance EHS regulations, laws, rules, and codes ? Compile, analyze, interpret information from accident and near miss reports to provide and monitor corrective actions ? Responsible for the overall administration of the workers? compensation program ? Develop, implement and maintain a safety policy and EHS site-specific policies and programs that are required by law ? Monitor, revise, and implement ongoing updates in EHS regulations, laws or reporting requirements ? Purchase EHS supplies, products or training items as required ? Manage waste programs o Inspections, waste manifests, contact point for waste hauler, provide corrective actions when required ? Chair the facility safety committees ? Travel to Corporate location once a week Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, skills and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The right candidate shall possess the following qualifications and experience to be considered for the position Education and/or Experience ? B.S./B.A. degree with at least 5 years related experience in safety, environmental, or health management and compliance. ? Masters degree is a plus. Posses a high level of technical expertise, ? Ability to apply skills to continuous process improvement while maintaining maximum levels of safety ? Demonstrated leadership skills and abilities ? Excellent communication skills up and down organizational structure ? Proficient in use of Microsoft: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access ? Be able to work in a team environment. Language Skills Good communication skills, must regularly communicate with other departments. Must have ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence and memos. Bilingual English/Spanish is a plus. Physical Demands While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or touch objects, tools, or controls; talk and hear; stand; walk; reach above shoulders; and stoop, kneel, or crouch. Work Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to workplace chemicals in addition to being exposed to heat and cold. The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and in outside weather conditions and is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles and extreme cold. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate, occasionally loud. Employee Acknowledgment: Date: The above statements reflect the general details necessary to describe the principle functions of the occupation described and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the occupation....

Environmental Health and Safety Coordinator (EHS)

Job title: Environmental Health and Safety Coordinator Location: Akron, OH Direct Hire $60-65k Reports to: HR Manager Schedule: 8 am ? 5 pm, Mon-Fri, overtime as needed General Description: ? Responsible for reviewing, evaluating, and analyzing the work environments and designing programs and procedures to control, eliminate, and prevent disease or injury caused by chemical, physical, and biological agents or ergonomic factors. ? Responsible for championing the health and safety programs and acting as a change agent to positively influence the company culture by promoting a safe, healthy, productive working environment. ? Accountable for conducting inspections and enforcing adherence to laws and regulations governing the health and safety of individuals. ? Responsible for implementation and advancement of Environmental Management System (EMS) designed in accordance with and capable of achieving registration to ISO 14001 Standard. ? Responsible for developing written programs, training materials to facilitate compliance with safety and environmental regulatory requirements and which promotes awareness, and to facilitate compliance and the continuous improvement process. ? Responsible for the identification of technical and/or legal issues that impact, or potentially impact, the organization and the formulation of plans and programs to achieve the desired results. Recommend and advise management regarding the best means for complying with standards, reducing or controlling hazards and for making production activities safe, efficient and compliant. ? Each employee is responsible for the quality of his/her personal performance and how said performance impacts the environment, safety, and data security. This is applicable to the departments of development, production, management, logistics, and after market services, as well as to contact with customers and suppliers. Managers and supervisors are also responsible for the quality of his/her team's performance and how said performance impacts the environment, safety, and data security. ? This principle of comprehensive quality management is developed and furthered through training (on the job), continuing/ extended education, as well as continued supply of information and updates, and should be exemplified by supervisors on every level. ? Knowledge of customer specific requirements (CSR) necessary through advanced training, or work experience or a combination of the two....

Civil/Environmental Engineering Project Manager

Cornerstone Environmental Group, LLC is an engineering and environmental science firm specializing in services to the solid waste industry and environmental consulting to commercial, industrial, and municipal entities. Having been named to the Environmental Business Journal/CE News? list of Top 20 Best Firms to Work For and Waste & Recycling News? #9 Best Places to Work, we are focused on our mission to: Being leaders in our fields of practice by providing the highest quality environmental and engineering from project conception to completion Developing and maintaining relationships for life with our clients by focusing on superior client service, responsiveness and cutting edge technical expertise Developing relationships for life with our employees by providing a rewarding and challenging work environment that encourages innovation and a strong passion for their profession Civil/Environmental Engineering Project Manager Are you looking to be part of a growing firm with the opportunity for promotion? Are you tired of working for a large company where you are just a number? Are you looking to be part of a growing team of professionals dedicated to making our employees and clients better? If so, then this job may be for you! We are currently seeking a self-motivated, mid-level Civil/Environmental Engineering Project Manager to help grow our firm?s operation located in Lexington, Kentucky. As a Civil/Environmental Engineering Project Manager, you will take a prominent role in the design, permitting and construction of solid waste handling and disposal systems and biogas and landfill gas systems, as well as other environmental projects. You will work under the direction of Client Managers and with other Project Managers located throughout the company and across the country. You may oversee and direct the activities of engineers, scientists, technicians and clerical staff toward successful completion of projects. This position will combine office assignments with fieldwork and client involvement. This position offers growth potential in a Zweig White Hot Firm. You will also expand your skill set to effectively and efficiently perform the following: Perform technical analysis of solid waste projects in Kentucky and surrounding states Work in all phases of a project from investigation to construction/remediation, including preparation of drawings, plans, specifications, reports, bid documents, and certifications Design solid waste landfills and transfer stations Design biogas collection, leachate, storm water and liner systems Prepare construction plans and specifications Prepare construction cost estimates Manage projects in your specific area of expertise Prepare proposals and meet with clients and regulators Implement safe work practices Analyze systems for stability and regulatory compliance Prepare permit documents Review environmental data and prepare environmental reports Oversee construction projects to ensure conformance with engineering and regulatory standards Co-author or publish papers in your area of expertise...

Staff Scientist, Environmental

Position Announcement: Staff Scientist - Environmental (Full-Time) Location: Ocean Township, NJ Date Available: ASAP Organizational Overview: Renova Environmental Services was established in 2006 and specializes in providing a wide variety of responsive environmental consulting and remediation contracting services to residential, commercial, and federal clients. Renova's in-house team consists of project managers, NJ-licensed subsurface evaluators, heavy equipment and CDL operators, and structural experts. Position Overview: The Staff Scientist position offers a dynamic and self-motivated individual the unique opportunity to be part of a rapidly growing business in a rewarding field. The position offers a balance between field and office work, and provides for a fulfilling experience in the environmental field in a fast-paced, but casual and young company. Key Responsibilities : Office: Report writing Data management AutoCADD plot plans Project management, logistics, and implementation Work scope and budget development Develop knowledge of environmental and safety regulations Interact with clients, subcontractors, NJDEP officials, and other industry professionals Support overall business operations Field: Remedial investigations of soil and groundwater via GeoProbe Monitoring well installation oversight and sampling Remedial action oversight and confirmatory soil sampling...

Project Manager / LSRP - Environmental

Position Announcement: Project Manager - Environmental Location: Ocean Twp., NJ Date Available: ASAP Organizational Overview: Renova Environmental Services was established in 2006 and specializes in providing a wide variety of responsive environmental consulting and remediation contracting services. Renova's in-house team consists of project managers, NJ-licensed subsurface evaluators, heavy equipment and CDL operators, and structural experts. Position Overview: The Project Manager position offers an NJ-licensed LSRP or Subsurface Evaluator the opportunity to lead Renova?s commercial and federal environmental sites, and to assist in program managing other services in the residential and geotechnical construction fields. Key Responsibilities: ? Cradle-to-grave project management of commercial and federal: manage client, subcontractors, and other project contacts; develop proposals and work scopes; track budgets; and coordinate project logistics ? Remedial investigation and remedial action design, implementation, and follow-through ? Report generation ? Manage support staff within Renova ? Support Renova?s overall business operations Compensation: $75-125k; commensurate with experience; full benefits offered...

Environmental Engineer/Scientist

Environmental Engineer/Geologist Senior Project (PROGRAM) ManagerThis is a full time position for an professional engineer and/or geologist with 10-15 years of experience including Federal and Commercial environmental remediation and consulting to include, project estimating, client relations, staff management, environmental document preparation and review, project tracking, budgeting, and cost forecasting, and project task management. Please send resumes with an e-mail cover letter discussing how your qualifications meet the requirements of this position. IO Environmental & Infrastructure, Inc. (IOEI) is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business established in 2006. We highly encourage veterans and diversity candidates to apply....

Environmental/Industrial Services Project Manager

About Us: HEPACO is a major environmental contracting firm headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina with additional facilities throughout the eastern United States. Our specific experience centers around five primary areas: Environmental Remediation, Industrial Maintenance, Hazardous Waste Management, Emergency Response, and Abatement Services. Our distinction is our strong focus on quality, safety, and customer service. Throughout our history, HEPACO personnel have led the industry with new methods and approaches. Our motivated team consistently exceeds industry standards in all aspects of our work. We offer state-of-the-art industrial service and remediation technologies, equipment, and a staff dedicated to a unique standard of excellence in environmental cleanup. Position Summary: HEPACO is seeking an experienced, motivated and self-starting Project Manager in our Charlotte, North Carolina location with excellent project management, supervising, operating, and leadership skills. ? The position requires skill in both operation and sales. ? The ideal candidate will possess a strong working knowledge in the environmental and/or industrial service and maintenance business sectors. ? They will excel in customer service and have the ability to develop new business as well as utilize established local contacts to maintain current relationships therefore increasing service opportunities and supporting personal and group budgetary requirements. ? The successful candidate will take part in the sales and execution process in areas such as tank cleaning, vacuum truck services, air moving, pressure washing, hazardous material packaging, transportation, and disposal, and other specialty services. ? They will evaluate proposal opportunities and review RFP's, attend pre-bid meetings, conduct site walks, and provide operations assistance from mobilization to demobilization of projects. ? This position will be integral to business growth in the area of environmental and industrial service/maintenance projects in a fast paced, ever changing environment....

Project Manager, Environmental

Hulcher Services Inc. , the premier leader in train derailment Emergency response services for over 40 years, is committed to mobilizing people and equipment within one hour of the initial call to our Customer Response Center. This leading railroad derailment, load adjust and transfer company is now hiring for: Project Manager, Environmental Denton, TX General Summary: The Environmental Project Manager plans, directs, and coordinates activities of designated projects (remediation, emergency response, industrial services), as well as provides quality control and quality assurance for assigned projects on a daily basis to ensure that goals or objectives of the project(s) are accomplished on time and within the prescribed budget. The Environmental Project Manager is expected to take ownership of assigned tasks, often without specific guidance other than the goals and objectives of the organization, and demonstrate leadership through technical expertise, flexibility, and competency with not only all company functions and procedures but also industry-specific means and methods. The qualified candidate must have a demonstrated successful background in managing Environmental or Emergency Response Operations in a fast paced environment. A technical background will be needed in order to provide oversight of environmental operations in adverse situations and the expertise and ability to direct the personnel, talent, and scope of services to provide a profitable solution to meet the customer?s needs....

Environmental Scientist / Project Manager / Phase I Environmental Assessment Writer

Chicago-based environmental consulting firm is seeking a full-time Environmental Scientist / Project Manager with 2-5 years of experience performing and writing Phase I Environmental Site Assessments. Duties will include performing and writing Phase I ESAs for sites located throughout the Chicago-land area, and beyond. Very minimal overnight travel....

Environmental Planner / GIS Specialist

Environmental Planner/GIS Specialist Meridian Consultants is currently seeking an experienced Environmental Planner/GIS Specialist to join our team in Westlake Village, CA. The position is located is our Westlake Village office near the west San Fernando Valley. Job Responsibilities: Assist with the preparation of Initial Studies, Negative Declarations, Mitigated Negative Declarations, Environmental Impact Reports, Environmental Assessments, Environmental Impact Statements, and other comprehensive environmental documents involving all levels of CEQA/NEPA. Provide background research for a variety of topics related to complex municipal planning projects and private land development projects. Gather, analyze, and integrate spatial data from staff and determine how best the information can be displayed using GIS. Compile geographic data from a variety of sources. Analyze spatial data for geographic statistics to incorporate into documents and reports. Design and update database, applying additional knowledge of spatial feature representations. Enter new map data through use by direct input of coordinate information. Analyze geographic relationships among varying types of data. Prepare metadata and other documentation. Operate and maintain GIS system hardware, and software. Interact with public agency and private client staff on all matters related to land use planning, CEQA/NEPA compliance, and land development/entitlements. Promote a culture of teamwork, engagement, quality service, and customer satisfaction to our clients. Enhance Meridian Consultants professional reputation and demonstrate the ability to be creative and innovative while representing Meridian Consultants in a professional manner....

Environmental Rep- Project Manager

Environmental Representative/Remediation Project Manager Speedway LLC , a leader in the C-Store industry, has a job opportunity at our corporate headquarters (Enon, OH) for the position of Environmental Representative. This position is responsible for managing the technical, administrative and regulatory compliance of UST remediation projects. Oversees all phases of corrective action projects, including planning and implementation Evaluates and manages environmentally impacted sites in such manner as to satisfy the following objectives: Ensures adequate protection of health, environment and safety Optimizes the utilization of Corporate assets Develops effective project strategies by utilizing risk based decision making Manages environmental liability by developing corrective action plans for contaminated sites Negotiates contracts and obtains optimal pricing by utilizing competitive bidding, direct contracts, aggressive negotiations, systems engineering, life cycle project costs and present dollar value calculations Evaluates remediation costs by activity, consultant, state, etc. Recommends changes as appropriate Manages costs associated with remediation, and maximizes potential reimbursements by completing evaluations, determining and implementing the appropriate strategy and maintaining proper documentation Secures and initiates the process to obtain notifications, permits, fees and documentation for project work as required Ensures contractor compliance with applicable regulations, contractual agreements and Company policies Institutes appropriate waste disposal practices and contracts to comply with regulatory requirements Recommends Corporate policies and procedures, and assists in development and implementation Keeps abreast of local, state, and federal regulations relative to environmental compliance, assessment, reimbursement and remediation Advises internal/external partners and provides environmental support during the construction of new facilities, underground storage tank (UST) system removals and installations, site rebuilds, modernization, upgrades and system repairs Conducts Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessments (ESA's) for existing property and proposed additional property acquisition(s) as requested by Management Provides guidance to internal and external partners in response to activities required for emergency situations, product releases or environmental incidents Maintains electronic information systems (IDS) necessary for tracking project progress and expenses and for evaluating project objectives. Provides status reports to Management in a timely manner Provides environmental expertise at meetings and high level conferences by attending and presenting data as needed Completes other duties, including special projects, investigations and audits, as assigned by Management Carries out responsibilities and participates in contacts of significance and complexity Provides advice and guidance to less experienced professionals or other personnel as situations require Researches issues and makes recommendations for program modifications, develops programs and implements Assists other personnel in development of reports to monitor Corporate/Division/Department goals and objectives "Corporate Position"...

Environmental Compliance Specialist (#3805)

Job Responsibilities/Duties* ENERCON has an opening for an Environmental Compliance Specialist to serve client environmental needs by evaluating, planning, organizing, and performing consulting services. Position will focus on air, water or spill compliance including the following: Prepare permit applications, compliance plans, and regulatory reporting; Perform calculations of pollutant loading and determine compliance status; Conduct environmental audits, inspections, and sampling for air, water, or waste This person would responsible for support of environmental compliance activities including air, water, waste, and greenhouse gas for oil and natural gas industry clients. This is a part-time position working a maximum of 30 hours/week....

Environmental Technician (LDAR & CEMS)

Insight Environmental, a growing environmental consulting company, has a full time opening for an Environmental Technician in Dickinson, North Dakota. Responsibilities Include: Perform environmental compliance inspections at refineries using air monitoring equipment and data collectors; Perform calibration, maintenance, testing, troubleshooting, and repair on a variety of gas analyzers and analytical instrumentation in continuous emission monitoring systems; Works to logic diagrams, electrical and mechanical drawings; Troubleshoots and analyzes CEM problems and takes appropriate action to correct deficiencies; Supervise and perform environmental inspection, monitoring and testing; Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) inspections using a flame ionization detector (FID); Manage environmental database (LeakDAS); Perform minor repairs on refinery equipment; Maintain identification of LDAR components and piping and instrument diagrams; Maintain record keeping on monitoring and repairs; Generate maintenance work orders and follow-up of repairs; Prepare and submit periodic reports....

Manager Environmental Health & Safety - Railroad

Assist in managing company measures, policies and procedures that are in place to ensure the environmental health and safety of TTX personnel in the workplace. Perform safety assessments and audits of TTX field locations in order to identify and recommend areas needing improvement to ensure the safety of personnel working at these locations. Perform job hazard analyses on various job operations at TTX field locations that identify job hazards and what controls need to be in place to protect employees performing the operations. Perform safety related administrative functions including reporting on safety performance, creating and conducting safety training, and overseeing and maintaining data inputted into TTX Company?s EHS System. Assist in efforts to seek continuous safety improvement in TTX Company?s workplace that not only reaches out and engages our people, but looks to learn from external best in class safety programs....

Project Manager - Environmental Consulting

Our Columbia, South Carolina office seeks a Project Manager with environmental consulting experience to join their team. Responsibilities and Duties: Oversees a portfolio of diverse environmental projects and supervises technical staff. Manages client interaction and financial and resource allocation. Provides senior project oversight and expert technical input on complex projects. Reviews and approves project related documents and deliverables. Evaluates subsurface characteristics for remediation projects, remedial system design, and regulatory negotiations. Conducts performance reviews and project team meetings to review current and future projects, discuss project and/or employee issues, and staff workloads....

MANAGER OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

Director of Environmental Services As a Consulate Health Care Director of Environmental Services, you are entrusted with the responsibility of caring for our residents, families, co-workers, visitors, and all others; as well as demonstrating in all interactions, Consulate Health Care?s five core values of Compassion, Honesty, Integrity, Respect, and Passion. The primary purpose of your job position is to plan, organize, develop, and direct the overall operation of the Maintenance Department in accordance with current federal, state and local standards, guidelines, and regulations governing our facility, and as may be directed by the Executive Director, to ensure that our facility is maintained in a safe and comfortable manner. The Director of Environmental Services is responsible for the upkeep of the facility, including the building, building systems and grounds. This position plays a key role in the safety program of the facility. You are entrusted to provide innovative, responsible healthcare with the creation and implementation of new ideas and concepts that continually improve systems and processes to achieve superior results. Duties and Responsibilities of Director of Environmental Services Develop and ensure implementation of a preventative maintenance plan, which describes specific tasks, to be completed and the time frame for completion. Establish an equipment and utilities management program. Ensure compliance with state, federal, and other regulatory agencies. Review the department?s policies, procedure manuals, job descriptions, etc., at least annually for revisions and make recommendations to the Executive Director. Interpret the department?s policies and procedures to employees, residents, visitors, government agencies, etc. Will assume the administrative authority, responsibility, and accountability of directing the Maintenance Department. Will assist to hire, train, and supervise a sufficient number of maintenance assistants to ensure assigned tasks are effectively addressed. Meet regularly with direct staff to provide supervision and ensure open communication. Conduct and document annual performance evaluations on direct report staff. Determine schedules for maintenance staff to ensure appropriate coverage and to expedite work. Schedule, conduct and document fire and disaster drills in accordance with regulatory requirements. Schedule and monitor services performed by outside contractors/agencies to determine compliance with contracts/work orders. Participate in surveys/inspections by external agencies such as CARF, JACHO, Medicare, Fire Marshall, Insurance Risk Managers, etc. Participate in regular safety inspection tours of the facility and ensure documentation of findings. Conduct, and participate in regular safety inspection tours of the facility and ensure documentations of findings. Conduct regular scheduled meetings with the Safety Committee. Determine and ensure implementation of corrective action needed as a result of internal or external safety inspections. Maintain accurate records and logs on maintenance activities. Prepare and submit reports on maintenance functions, as requested. Provide input into the budget relative to maintenance needs to comply with budgetary guidelines. Ensure maintenance staff is provided with relevant in-service training sessions. Provide facility-wide training on safety issues, as requested. Attend and participate in facility meetings, especially those relating to Safety/Infection Control/Quality Improvement, as assigned. Access continuing education opportunities appropriate to responsibilities. Perform routine maintenance and repair on building grounds. Submit accident/incident reports to the business office within twenty-four (24) hours after their occurrence. Inspect storage rooms, workrooms, utility/janitorial closets, etc., for upkeep and supply control. Meet with maintenance personnel, on a regularly scheduled basis, and solicit advice from inter-department supervisors concerning the operation of the maintenance department, assist in identifying and correcting problem areas, and/or the improvement of services. May attend department head meetings, etc., as scheduled or as may be called. Schedule department work hours (including vacation and holiday schedules), personnel, work assignments, etc., to expedite work. Counsel/discipline maintenance personnel as requested or as necessary. Review complaints and grievances made or filed by department personnel. Embrace Consulate Health Care?s five core values of compassion, honesty, integrity, respect, and passion, and incorporate them into the daily job function. Demonstrate respect and compassion in every interaction. Conduct oneself with the highest degree of honesty and integrity in every interaction. Demonstrate a passion for caring as evidenced by interactions with co-workers, residents, families, and visitors. May be trained and assigned to perform the Customer Care Liaison duties as needed. Perform other duties, as assigned. Safety and Sanitation Supervise safety and fire protection and prevention programs by inspecting work areas and equipment at least weekly. Ensure that maintenance personnel follow established safety regulations in the use of equipment and supplies at all times. Ensure that all personnel wear and/or use safety equipment and supplies (e.g., back brace, mechanical lifts, etc.) when lifting or moving heavy objects. Ensure that supplies, equipment, etc., are maintained to provide a safe and comfortable environment. Assume the responsibility for obtaining/maintaining material safety data sheets (MSDSs) for hazardous chemicals in the maintenance department. Ensure that containers of hazardous chemicals in the department are properly labeled and stored. Ensure that all maintenance personnel are trained to use labels and MSDSs to recognize hazards and to follow appropriate protective measures. Develop, maintain, and implement infection control and universal precautions policies and procedures to ensure that a sanitary environment is maintained at all times and that aseptic and all maintenance personnel follow isolation techniques. Ensure that all personnel performing tasks that involve potential exposure to blood, body fluids, or hazardous chemicals participate in appropriate in-service training programs prior to performing such tasks. Ensure that maintenance personnel follow established hand washing procedures. Assist in developing and implementing waste disposal policies and procedures for the maintenance department. Will be chair person of the safety committee...

Environmental Compliance Specialist - Mid Level

JECSI is a mid-sized company of environmental consultants and engineers and technical, scientific, and business software application developers and engineers that provides environmental, health and safety services to large industrial companies. The Environmental Compliance Specialist performs a variety of tasks in broad-spectrum areas of environmental, health & safety, and quality systems. Essential Duties Completing environmental reports and other technical documents and assists clients with complying with local, regional, state, and federal regulations for various programs. Assisting clients with complying with local, regional, state, and federal regulations for various programs including, but not limited to, RCRA, Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, EPCRA, and TSCA. Develop and manage program areas to meet regulatory reporting requirements. Manage staff within the program areas. Develop and manage relationships with clients and regulators. Work to resolve issues of potential non-compliance. Conducting site visits at client facilities to collect and review data for evaluations and reports....

Environmental, Health & Safety Compliance Specialist II

S ummary: Provides support, coordination, and implementation of the environmental compliance program for United Water?s New Jersey Division in support of all corporate and segment-level EHS priorities and goals and compliance with all EPA, OSHA and DHS rules, regulations and training requirements. Assists with Health, Safety and Security programs for the BU and Division as needed. Under limited direction, plans, organizes, coordinates and implements the environmental compliance, health and safety, and security programs for the NJ Division; takes action to ensure compliance with EHS regulations and requirements, including Federal, State, & Local environmental regulations and OSHA standards; advises management staff on safe work methods and practices and the elimination of environmental hazards; investigates environmental accidents, environmental near misses, and chemical spill/release incidents, and prepares necessary reports to ensure proper reporting requirements are met to all internal departments, as well as external regulatory agencies. Interfaces with corporate EHS team to implement corporate initiatives at the local level. D i mensions: Direct/Indirect Reports- None Budget Accountabilities-None Business units: UWNJ, Mid-Atlantic North, Lambertville E ducation/Equivalent : Bachelor of Science Degree in chemical/environmental engineering or science field such as biology, chemistry, environmental science. N ature & Scope-Principal Areas of Responsibilities: Monitoring: Responsible for the accurate and complete maintenance of EHS Compliance Tracking mechanisms for the NJ Division and support to other operations as required. Assists EHS Manager to review and determine applicability of environmental regulations, prepare permit applications, prepare response plans, prepare remedial action plans, monitors completion of corrective/remedial actions, and prepares necessary reports. Monitors and ensures compliance with On-site Compliance Document (OCD), Environmental Compliance Assurance (ECAP) Program, and Emergency Response Plans. Includes Health and Safety Manuals as required. Preparation of schedule, associated documentation, and reports for permits, environmental programs, testing etc. Serves as an HachWIMS Advanced User, providing support to the BU and the Division as required. Manages chemical risk programs for UWNJ, ensuring compliance with all federal and state regulations. Administers hazardous materials and waste management program including waste minimization procedures; reviews chemicals used and maintains required materials safety data sheets (MSDS); serves as a First Responder on chemical spill/release incidents. Assists with implementation of Occupational Health and Safety Program based on OSHA standards as required. R epo rt i ng: Oversees and/or assists in the timely preparation and dissemination of required reports, both internally and externally including those associated with federal, state and local EHS compliance requirements. Manages / coordinates incident reporting, accident investigations and reports associated with these activities. Completes reports, creates action plans, and monitors and analyzes trends to ensure continuous improvement. L i a i son / Operations Support: Monitors the regulatory environment, and keeps abreast of relevant pending and in-force regulations. Assists EHS Manager in maintaining United Water EHS electronic regulations federal and state registers, industry news bulletins, etc. and provides relevant and timely updates to affected facilities/operations. Assists EHS Manager in maintaining an active liaison with federal/state drinking water officials, outside associations etc. to keep abreast of new regulatory developments. Regularly evaluates procedures, conducts periodic inspections of facilities and equipment to identify unsafe conditions and environmental hazards for improvement; issues notices of unsafe working conditions or hazard along with recommendations to safeguard employee health and/or protect the environment. Initiates, develops, implements, monitors, and manages environmental and safety programs, policies, and procedures to ensure the organization complies with all current environmental and safety regulations. Develops and delivers or arranges for the delivery of initial and recurring EHS training as required by the Training Needs Assessment (TNA), state and federal regulations. Performs as a permanent member of the Haworth Chemical Emergency Response Team Responsible for assignments for the UWNJ Watershed Emergency On-Call schedule Other duties as assigned. Required Skills...

Environmental Site Assessor - Project Manager Phase 1

Our Vision? Be the preeminent, global commercial real estate services and investment firm, serving our clients with market-leading collaboration. Our Values? Our corporate values: Respect, Integrity, Service, Excellence (RISE) are our foundation. These values are timeless and transcend to all markets, service lines, languages and business cultures. Why CBRE? Strength. CBRE is the only commercial real estate services company in the Fortune 500 Size/Stability. We employ a workforce of over 44,000 employees across 350 offices worldwide (excluding affiliates), and have been in business for over 100 years Diversity. Recognized as the 2013 Top 100 Military Friendly Employer® by G.I. Jobs and the 2014 Human Rights Council Best Place to Work For LGBT Equality Eco-Friendly. Awarded the 2013 Energy Star Sustained Excellence Award for the 6th consecutive year by the Environmental Protection Agency Come join us and RISE to the top! www.cbre.com Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer Women/Minorities/Persons with Disabilities/US Veterans Responsibilities: The Project Manager is a full-time Environmental Professional with experience in evaluating environmental conditions. This position will utilize the Project Managers' expertise to conduct on-site Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) to identify recognized environmental conditions and other conditions of environmental concern to deliver quality environmental assessments of high-rise residential and office, retail, hospitality, suburban office, low-rise multi-family buildings, and vacant land located throughout the US and abroad for equity investors and mortgagees. Prepare Phase I Environmental Site Assessments to identify Recognized Environmental Conditions and other conditions of environmental concerns; Review previous reports, historical and regulatory records for the property and adjacent properties; Interview property owners, occupants, key site personnel and local government officials to obtain information concerning the environmental conditions related to the property and adjacent properties; Perform limited screenings for the presence of asbestos, lead-based paint, radon, etc. Screenings may include collection of samples; Perform investigative research of service contractors and government agencies; Communicates environmental issues to manager and prepares a written report accurately describing the findings; Write reports that convey the environmental assessment of the property; and Deliver outstanding client service through timely response and proactive solutions. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science, Geology or related field; 5 years of experience in Environmental Site Assessments; Knowledge of federal, state and local environmental requirements; Passion for being detail oriented and highly organized; Proficiency in Word, Excel, and Outlook; Excellent verbal and written communication; and The ability to travel up to 25% of the time. Catherine Miller | Recruiter at CBRE Connect with me on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/catherinemillercbre/en Thank you for considering CBRE as your future employer! *LI-CM1...

Environmental Planner/GIS Specialist

Volt Workforce Solutions has an opportunity for you to become part of a prestigious team of professionals. Our client is seeking an Environmental Planner / GIS Specialist for their Westlake Village, California, office. The ideal candidate will have broad-based science- and planning-related background, experience with city and county local government and development oriented projects. Position will entail providing background research for a variety of topics related to complex municipal planning projects and private land development projects. Gathering and analyzing geographic relationships among varying types of data. Preparing metadata and other documentation. Operate and maintain GIS system hardware, and software. Interact with public agency and private client staff on all matters related to land use planning, CEQA/NEPA compliance, and land development/entitlements. Responsibilities will include; assisting with the preparation of Initial Studies, Negative Declarations, Mitigated Negative Declarations, Environmental Impact Reports, Environmental Assessments, Environmental Impact Statements, and other comprehensive environmental documents involving all levels of CEQA/NEPA. Provide background research for a variety of topics related to complex municipal planning projects and private land development projects. Gather, analyze, and integrate spatial data from staff and determine how best the information can be displayed using GIS. Compile geographic data from a variety of sources. Analyze spatial data for geographic statistics to incorporate into documents and reports. Design and update database, applying additional knowledge of spatial feature representations. Enter new map data through use by direct input of coordinate information. Analyze geographic relationships among varying types of data. Prepare metadata and other documentation. Operate and maintain GIS system hardware, and software. Interact with public agency and private client staff on all matters related to land use planning, CEQA/NEPA compliance, and land development and entitlements. Promote a culture of teamwork, engagement, quality service, and customer satisfaction. Volt Workforce Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer....

Assistant Manager - Environmental Services

When you join Hulcher Services, you become a member of an elite performance team that forms the premier service provider in Train Derailment Emergency Response and Environmental Emergency Response and Remediation. Assistant Manager ? Environmental Services Sauget, IL Assists in managing Environmental Services, which requires availability to deploy to customer sites for emergencies 24/7/365 and will assist in developing, implementing, and administering site safety plans. This is a hands on position which conducts environmental work as well as manages a team on both emergency and non-emergency projects. Assigns and monitors all work being performed by Company personnel and subcontractors. Environmental services include : Industrial Services: Tank Cleaning; storage vessel purging, cleaning and repair; reactive chemical neutralization and stabilization. Remediation: Site excavation; pond and lagoon closure; remedial construction; groundwater and soil treatment. Emergency Response: chemical spill clean ups; high hazard work; confined space entry; commodity transfer. Natural disaster response: floods, tornados, hurricanes...

Environmental Compliance and Auditing Consultant

First Environment, Inc., a well-established, environmental consulting services industry leader is looking for a self-motivated professional to join its headquarters located in Boonton, NJ. If you are a team player with strong quantitative skills, an environmental background, proven skills in research, analysis and technical writing, we encourage you to apply. The responsibilities for this position include: Manage client projects and support project teams in a variety of EH&S technical areas Understanding of pollution prevention and environmental sustainability Environmental permitting and report writing Support commercial and public authorities compliance with EH&S laws and improved performance Develop and implement management systems (environmental and health 7 safety) Conduct multi-media environmental compliance and management systems auditing Conduct or assist in the performance of due diligence assessments Domestic travel to client locations to execute projects...

Environmental Technician

A&D Environmental Services is currently hiring Environmental Technicians. Will perform clean up and removal of non-hazardous and/or hazardous chemical spills, confined-space entry work and other industrial cleaning operations. Must be available to respond to in-town and out-of-town spills during days, nights and weekends....

Manager, Field Environmental

Enterprise Products Partners L.P. is one of the largest publicly traded partnerships and a leading North American provider of energy services to producers and consumers of natural gas, natural gas liquids, crude oil, refined products and petrochemicals. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Enterprise Products is ranked 56th on the FORTUNE 500 and has approximately 6,900 employees. Enterprise?s large, integrated portfolio of operationally and geographically diverse assets, highlighted by its 51,000-mile pipeline network, serves as the foundation for organic growth opportunities. As a provider of largely fee-based services, Enterprise is less susceptible to commodity price fluctuations and offers stable sources of revenue. The partnership?s service offerings include onshore and offshore energy gathering, processing, storage, fractionation, terminalling , transportation, offshore platforms, import/export capabilities and marketing. Enterprise also has a marine transportation business that operates primarily on the United States inland and Intracoastal Waterway systems and in the Gulf of Mexico. Additionally, energy professionals are discovering rewarding opportunities with Enterprise Products by putting their skills to work in exciting new growth areas, developing markets and pursuing innovative solutions for meeting the needs of customers and promote energy security for the country. The Field Environmental Manager ensures compliance with environmental regulations and permits. Provides leadership in environmental programs for the region, and steward overall environmental compliance programs and continuous improvement. Instills excellence in direct report regarding environmental performance. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Lead regional environmental compliance programs. Development, modification, enforcement, oversight, and implementation of environmental permits and environmental regulations, programs, procedures, policies and manuals. Creating, developing, and improving working relationship between Environmental, external agencies and internal departments such as EHS&T, Operations, Engineering, Commercial, Legal, and others. Setting and achieving environmental compliance goals that support and meet the expectations of the Environmental Director. Participation in industry associations as appropriate....

Environmental Health and Safety Rep

Inteligente Solutions offers excellent employment opportunities for candidates nationwide. With 20+ years of industry experience, we have provided thousands of individuals employment throughout our company's history. An award winning company, (Voted a Top Staffing Firm in by Corp! Magazine) we continue to grow and expand our market reach. THIS IS A DIRECT HIRE OPPORTUNITY The Environmental Health & Safety Representative primaryresponsibilities include the development, implementation and administrationof the corporate safety program in compliance with regulatory requirements (i.e.OSHA / MiOSHA, EPA) & contractual obligations. Conducts occupational health fieldinvestigations and laboratory tests to determine the presence of hazards thatmay impair the health of employees or the efficiency of work operations. Eliminatethe risk of occupational injury and illness, and environmental non-compliancein a manufacturing environment. Responsibilities § Implement,maintain and continuously evaluate the effectiveness of health, safety andfire related programs. Plans,coordinates, and administers training programs in occupational safety andhealth as it relates to loss control and accident prevention. § Developrobust safety process goals and objectives utilizing standardized workprocess directed at reducing occupational injuries, illnesses, and propertydamage and production loss. § Performson-site inspections to audit physical conditions and safe workpractices. Provides guidance andassistance to employees on safety process improvement. Provide technical manufacturing floor tomeasure compliance. Developsmethodology, collects samples and conducts standardized and analytical tests. § Inspect,review and approve proposed new manufacturing equipment. Manage plant physical environmentalcompliance issues including air, water, waste, hazardous material handling,emergency response and training. Manage plant requirements for interfacing with local and stateregulatory agencies including permit applications and requirements, processreviews and inspections. § Preparesand distributes educational materials and information pertaining to thestoring, handling, and disposing of hazardous materials. § Researchesfederal, state, and local standards and regulations. Advises management in areas ofnon-compliance. Keep current on newand developing regulatory requirements and develops, communicates andadministers environmental policies and procedures. § Compilesand submits statistical and required accident reports to management and OSHA/ MiOSHA. § Providementoring to floor supervision and plant leadership regarding safetycompliance. § Developsrecommendations and implements approved corrective measures intended toprevent, eliminate, control or reduce work-related hazards. § Supportsmedical case management initiatives including developing goals and actionplans to reduce occupational injuries and ergonomic concerns. Lead health & wellness programs &initiatives, first aide procedures and emergency response action plansincluding the on-going facilitation, training & readiness of ERT?s. § FacilitatePPE requirements, ensure compliance and maintain availability of supplies. § Keepup-to-date on new and developing regulatory requirements and develops,communicates and administers environmental policies and procedures. § Conductaccident investigations and assists with determining root cause and resolution. § Manageworkers compensation claim. § Coordinatesafety action plan, ensure continuous implementation and improvement. § Supportscustomer certification requirements (i.e. TS16949, ISO14001, etc.). § Participatein new hire orientation § Preparesreports pinpointing re-occurring accidents or illnesses. Recommends solutions to the unsafe acts orconditions that cause accidents and illnesses. § Maintainsaccurate records of all occupational injuries and illnesses § FacilitatesSafety Committee meetings and cross functional activities § ConductsEnvironmental and Safety audits § Ability towork ?on-call" for any emergencies that may arise. § Develops,maintains & updates job safety analysis (JSA?s) and ensure operatortraining & compliance. § Participatesin 5S events and activities....

ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING ENGINEER

Environmental Permitting Engineer (7435) Responsibilities: Manage environmental permitting matters supporting company's power generation and transmission line project development and acquisition activities; develop and coordinate review of environmental permit applications; negotiate permit language with permitting agencies; manage permit compliance, involvement in public relations, land acquisition and other project development activities. Manage consultants and relationship with permitting agencies. Develop and manage permitting budget and timeline. Perform due diligence related to environmental issues for acquisition opportunities. Monitor changes in environmental regulations.  Â...

Manager, Environmental Health & Safety

Join Reynolds Consumer Products... a world of opportunities! We currently have an opportunity for an Environmental Health & Safety Manager opportunity at our facility in Lewiston, UT. The EH&S Manager provides focus, definition, and technical expertise for the development of a proactive Environmental, Health, and Safety plan that is consistent with Reynolds Presto Products' corporate policies, vision, and values; and is in compliance with local, state, and federal EHS regulations. Identify significant problems concerning the environment and worker health and safety; to coordinate, develop, and direct plant EHS efforts to ensure the implementation of these processes and programs to meet the plant's unique needs - Coordinate necessary environmental, health and safety training to support and enhance the organization's safety culture while ensuring the plant is in compliance with local, state, federal and Reynold's Presto Products Safety requirements. - Develop and deploy policies, procedures, programs to support best-practice and identify best-practices with the Reynold's Presto Products system. - Build and maintain strong communication channels to all levels of operating management and functional departments, as well as the production workforce by conferring with team members on the safe use of equipment, fire protection, and the overall safety program and by providing expert guidance and tactical hands on assistance in all Environmental, Health, and Safety goals and initiatives. - Provide communication and training to plant management that will insure all levels of plant personnel understand their roles and functions for identifying and resolving EHS issues, complying with EHS regulations, and minimizing civil and criminal exposure of plant and corporate personnel for plant EHS events and activities. - Establish and maintain communications, reporting, assessments, training programs, and guidance necessary to ensure that the location managers are fully informed about all noncompliance and potential noncompliance issues relative to EHS policies and applicable laws and regulations in a timely fashion. - Work with the Corporate EHS departments to develop, administer or audit programs and policies and work with plant personnel to inspect facilities and equipment to detect existing or potential accident and health hazards and recommend corrective or preventative measures. - Participate in the investigation of accidents and injuries to determine their cause. Complies and submits all required incident reports for the Lewiston Plant. - Responsible to effectively manage outcomes of accidents and injuries. - Ensure all environmental permit requirements are established and remain in compliance. - Maintaining awareness of and proactively influencing emerging and existing EHS laws/regulation, which may impact, plant operation. - Provide prioritized direction and technical expertise to the engineering organizations or contractors in implementing EHS projects, while adhering to Reynolds Presto Products safety expectations. - Measures safety performance through computing injury/frequency rates, making reports, and keeping records of accidents and prevention measures. - Identifies, conducts and maintains records for employee safety and environmental related training. Determines effectiveness of training and adjusts processes to ensure comprehension and consistency. - Administers special safety publicity campaigns and safety awards programs. - Perform other various duties as required...

Environmental Health & Safety Specialist (EHS)

Forest Lawn Memorial-Parks & Mortuaries is known for its beauty and inspiration and is admired by many for its magnificent art, breathtaking mausoleums, and expertly replicated old-world architecture that creates a place unlike any other to visit, enjoy and memorialize loved ones. Forest Lawn?s various departments take great pride in creating and implementing the organization?s cemetery, facility and environmental construction projects. It is vital that all activities that take place within the organization comply with all regulatory guidelines and specifications and that all laws are adhered to correctly. For this reason, we are seeking an Environmental Health and Safety Specialist to manage a variety of regulatory compliance activities related employee safety, chemical use, air & water quality, and waste management. This position Reports to the Vice President ? Environmental Compliance. In this role the EHS Specialist will; Have broad-based California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) regulation experience for General Industry and Construction, and possess an understanding of behavior-based safety principles and application. Be responsible for conducting and documenting illness and injury prevention, risk assessment and mitigation, incident investigations, hazardous materials communication and awareness, as well as safety and environmental programs compliance. Be proactive in assessing health and safety and evaluating trends and best practices to develop procedures in accordance with Cal/OSHA regulations. Be responsible for the development, implementation, and analyses of programs and procedures related to Forest Lawn?s environmental health and safety programs. Have special responsibility to maintain contact with the departments, organizations, and employees with specific EHS compliance responsibilities. Departmental examples include Maintenance, Mortuary, Flower Shops, A&E, Human Resources, and Legal. Have the ability to create written safety programs, procedures, and practices that are Compliant with Cal/OSHA standards. Develop and present department-specific training classes on EHS programs for supervisors in a train-the-trainer format, and employee groups. Keep up to date on the revisions/changes to safety laws, programs, and available equipment to make recommendations on hazard controls. Solicit bids from qualified consultants and contractors for outsourced EHS related work including waste management activity, air quality testing, and abatement projects. Be in charge of developing and maintaining records necessary to comply with federal, state, and local regulations. Represent the Association during EHS regulatory inspections and coordinates any required response to the regulators. Be responsible for exercising discretion and independent judgment to coordinate and plan cooperative activities with employee groups to achieve compliance. Use discretion and independent judgment to advise the VP of Environmental Compliance on EHS compliance matters. We Offer an Outstanding Compensation and Benefits Package, Which Includes: Medical and Dental Insurance Free Life Insurance and Long Term Disability Voluntary Vision Insurance Supplemental Life Insurance Cash Balance Retirement Plan 401k plan with company match Paid Vacation Paid Absence Plan Tuition Reimbursement Program...

Safety and Environmental Specialist

JOB DUTIES: Plan, implement and improve Company safety and environmental programs. Develop and present training as required. Develop, analyze, and submit reports. Purchase and maintain inventory of safety and environmental supplies. Develop and maintain proper document retention. Maintain required paperwork such as OSHA 300 logs in compliance with federal law. Conduct internal facility audits and facility self-assessments. Develop and track corrective actions for audit findings. Lead and participate in on-site safety committee Manage facility environmental programs in the areas of pollution abatement, environmental and waste management. Informs management of environmental problems and solutions involving employees, the company, and public....

Environmental /ISO Specialist

IVC Industrial Coatings is an established leader in theindustrial coatings industry. We have multiple manufacturing facilitiesthroughout the United States.We are currently seeking a corporate Environmental / ISO specialist. Thisposition is based out of our corporate headquarters in Brazil, Indiana, whichis 40 minutes west of Indianapolis. Key Jobresponsibilities : Ensure all facilities are in compliance with all environmental regulations. Maintain current ISO 9001 certification. Complete required environmental reports for all IVC locations. Respond to customer inquiries regarding chemical composition of product. Ensure ROHS and REACH compliance where necessary and respond to inquiries related to ROHS and REACH compliance Ensure compliance with OSHA regulations. Travel to all facilities periodically to assist in compliance. Approximately 10% travel is required....

Environmental Health & Safety Specialist - EHS

Under administrative direction: plans, organizes and manages environmental, health and safety activities. Advises management on safety related issues and develops/coordinates environmental and safety policies and procedures. Promote a proactive safety and environmental culture. Essential Functions Administers regulatory guidelines set forth by OSHA, EPA and any other environmental or safety local, state and federal regulatory agencies. Advise management and maintain records in regards to environmental and safety regulations, standards and best practices. Coordinate all aspects of injury and illness reporting, including OSHA record keeping. Observe and analyze workforce performance with regard to safety and recommend specific measures, changes in procedures or amendments to safety program. Facilitate, arrange and conduct safety and environmental related training and safety orientation. Assist in the development, implementation and on-going review of EH&S policies and procedures Coordinate company-wide ISO 14001 Environmental Management System certification and maintenance Conducts ergonomic and PPE assessments Administer the 5S program and related training Compile and analyze data to provide reports to company management Actively participate in TQM activities. Assume other responsibilities as required...

EHS Manager - Environmental, Health, and Safety

Job Title: EH S Manager - Environmental, Health, and Safety Location: Delair, NJ ABOUT US From its 267,020 square meter, wholly owned state-of-the-art facility, Aluminum Shapes operates a highly efficient manufacturing and distribution operation with centralized administration, marketing, and customer service. Combined with our on-site engineering staff, technical support and quality control procedures, we can provide our customers with more rapid order fulfillment, higher quality, and better on time delivery performance. Backed by these capabilities and significant infrastructure investments over the last decade, Shapes has created one of the most comprehensive soft alloy aluminum extrusion facilities in North America. ***We are currently seeking a detail oriented EHS Manager (Environmental, Health, and Safety) to add to our business.*** SCOPE of the JOB Safety - Oversees all safety policy administration and training. Responsible for all OSHA and DOT compliance and reporting and workers? compensation incident reporting, investigation and case management, including management of restricted duty program. Environmental - Ensures compliance with all federal, state and local environmental regulations and permit filing requirements. Security - Oversees security, including managing the security vendor relationship, training security staff and ensuring maintenance of security equipment, including the camera system. DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsible for maintenance of a strong, effective safety culture. Evaluates hazardous conditions and practices, and develops hazard control practices and programs. Guides and assists plant personnel with critical safety and health issues. Reviews company accident statistics and makes recommendations for safety policy and practice improvements. Establishes target areas and long-range prevention and cost-control objectives. Keeps apprised of developments in federal and state safety laws and environmental codes. Assists management in understanding OSHA regulations and standards, including guidance on handling OSHA compliance, inspections and citations. Acts as company representative in dealing with government agencies on safety and environmental matters. Coordinates investigation of injuries and incidents in conjunction with line and staff personnel. Notifies management of pertinent details. Oversees claim reporting and case management with workers? compensation insurance company....

Director of Environmental Services

Headquartered in Addison, Texas in North Dallas, Jani-King is the world's largest commercial cleaning franchisor with more than 11,000 franchises in 16 countries around the world supported by over 120 regional offices. Jani-King International has been trusted by business and industry leaders for over 40 years. Our superior quality control ensures accountability on our side so that our customers received unmatched service, support and results. Our cleaning business services provide a clean and healthy workplace to tens of thousands of clients in a variety of industries including: General Office, Manufacturing, Retail, Resort, Hotel, Banks, Heathcare, Event, Stadium, Education, Government and Restaurant. Jani-King serves clients through a combination of company owned territories and master franchise owned territories. Jani-King is the franchise global leader in the ever growing $100 billion dollar commercial cleaning industry. We are currently seeking a Director of Environmental Services to join our executive team. The ideal candidate will have a successful sales track record in the healthcare sector. Position Summary: The Director of Healthcare Services is responsible for identifying, developing and managing a pipeline of EVS Accounts/hospitals seeking environmental services for their facilities. The role will report directly to our President and will focus on aggressively targeting C-level hospital executives to achieve targeted revenue growth for Jani-King through new business development efforts. The Director of Environmental Services must utilize consultative sales skills to influence the decision making process with prospective clients. In addition, a demonstrated track record of successfully selling contracted services to C-level executives in hospitals and/or integrated healthcare delivery systems executives is vital. Specific Responsibilities include: Oversee and manage the EVS Division. Lead a targeted and consultative sales effort toward hospitals and integrated healthcare systems. Generate new leads, qualify opportunities and capture new business via closed contracts. Meet quarterly and annual sales targets. Develop and present business cases to C-level executives in hospitals and/or integrated healthcare delivery system executives to identify and confirm the issues and problems that clients are facing and construct a compelling value proposition that is ROI/performance-based for each client. Establish and maintain contacts at the highest level of decision making authority within prospective client organizations. Strategize with Provider Market Leader on all opportunities to ensure solutions are being effectively sold; accurate forecast respective opportunities based on realistic assessments. Work with leadership team to develop a strategic marketing/sales plan to achieve the desired annual revenue targets. Deliver competitive market intelligence to the Marketing team. Monitor future contract financial reviews and updates. Maintain and support client satisfaction at a level that ensures account retention. Maintain an active stewardship program at multiple levels within our company structure. The Director as oversight for all healthcare operations, compliance, writing and implementing policies and procedures....

Entry Level Environmental Scientist - Ecologist

Atkins seeks an energetic, highly motivated, detail-oriented, self-starter to join our Pensacola, FL staff as an Entry Level Environmental Scientist ? Ecologist. The successful candidate for this position should have a working knowledge of wetland delineation, plant identification, wildlife and supporting habitats, as well as an understanding of the basic regulatory requirements applicable to environmental permitting. Specialized environmental or ecological certifications or training are preferred. Position activities would include: Field flora and fauna surveys Listed species surveys Water sampling Wetland delineation Aquatic surveys Regulatory permitting and compliance activities Assisting with presentations and public meetings Atkins has been providing infrastructure planning, engineering, construction, environmental consulting, urban planning, architecture, and program management services to public and private clients across the United States for more than 50 years. Globally, Atkins is the largest UK-based engineering and design consultancy and one of the world's largest design firm with nearly 18,000 employees worldwide. We have the depth and breadth of expertise to respond to the most technically challenging and time-critical infrastructure projects and the urgent transition to a low-carbon economy. At Atkins, we offer our employees more than just a job; we offer an opportunity to shape the world for generations to come through innovative and sound design. As the official engineer of the 2012 London Olympics, few companies can rival the size and diversity of our projects. Whether it?s the concept for a new skyscraper, the upgrade of a rail network, the modeling of a flood defense system or the improvement of a management process, we plan, design and enable solutions ....

Environmental Laboratory Analyst

The State Hygienic Laboratory at the University of Iowa (Iowa?s Environmental and Public Health Laboratory) is searching for an Environmental Laboratory Analyst. The main role of the position is to prepare and analyze samples, review and reduce data and report results of environmental and or food samples....

Associate Scientist / Environmental Scientist

Due to our continued growth, Environmental Works, Inc. (EWI) is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Associate Scientist. This is an essential position within our Environmental Due Diligence Department. The general duties and responsibilities of the Associate Scientist position are as follows: Reporting to the Project Manager/Due Diligence Manager a EWI Associate Scientist combines understanding of scientific principles and regulatory requirements to gather and compile information and write reports, complete fieldwork, supervise sampling and drilling contractors, and general technical reporting activities. An Associate Scientist operates with an ?all-hands-on-deck" mentality to ensure client satisfaction and a high level of quality in completion of assigned projects. Work is mostly performed in an uncontrolled atmosphere. Exposure to harsh conditions?such as dust, fumes, chemicals, hazardous materials, noise, and varying weather and temperatures?for long periods is possible. This employee will be required to demonstrate continued knowledge of HAZWOPER and OSHA regulations and requirements. All employees are required to follow safety standards and wear all personal protective equipment in designated areas. Essential duties and responsibilities include: Complete Phase I and Phase II Site Assessments and aid other scientists in completing similar work Communicate with Project Manager, Due Diligence Manager, regulators, clients, and insurance representatives in the field and office Complete sampling and data collection for air, water, groundwater, wastewater, stormwater, hazardous waste, solid waste, radon, and soil for laboratory testing Properly complete paperwork to document field activities Serve as a lead when working in the field with technicians, provide oversight, and complete documentation of subcontractor activities Carefully and accurately manage samples and paperwork and responsibly use scientific instruments Complete site investigations and characterizations per project manager?s instructions. Apply standard practices and techniques in specific situations, adjust and correlate data, recognize discrepancies in results and follow operations through a series of related detailed steps or processes Assist or complete inspections on: storm water, SPCC, RCRA, operations and maintenance, and wastewater Monitor remediation activities; including but not limited to: installing and monitoring wells, drilling and drilling investigations, soil sampling, packaging, and shipping Handle waste for remediation, sampling, packaging, and correctly package and label various wastes that may contain petroleum, heavy metals, volatile organic compounds (VOC), semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOC), paint, solvents, wastewater sludge, and more Provide troubleshooting and maintenance of mechanical and electronic systems including pumps, remediation systems, and monitoring equipment Research information and compile reports such as status reports, groundwater sampling, site characterization, LNAPL recovery, and risk assessments Request information from various governmental and regulatory organizations...

Facilities Consultant

FACILITIES CONSULTANT THE RPS GAIATECH DIFFERENCE RPS GaiaTech has built its reputation on a single client deliverable: comprehensive environmental risk management. Our clients count on us to minimize their environmental liabilities, protect their people and assets, and improve their business value. Since 1993, RPS GaiaTech has been recognized as a premier provider of environmental due diligence, compliance, site investigation, remediation, process optimization and value-driven facilities management services. We primarily work for the private sector, combining our technical capabilities with a business sensibility. We focus our attention on service, client communication, and cost-effective solutions. We excel in translating environmental and facility problems directly into financial terms and bottom-line gains. Our services lines include: Engineering Services Environmental Due Diligence Services Real Estate & Facility Services In May 2014, we merged with RPS Group, a global, multi-disciplinary consultancy providing advice upon the exploration and production of oil and gas and other natural resources; and the development and management of the built and natural environment. Listed on the London Stock Exchange, RPS employs more than 5,000 people in the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, the United States, Canada, Brazil, Africa, the Middle East Australia and Asia. WHAT?S ENTAILED IN THE ROLE Working out of our Atlanta office, the primary role of this position is to c onduct Property Condition Assessments (PCAs) and Phase I Environmental site assessments (ESAs) for a variety of commercial and industrial buildings across the United States. RPS GaiaTech is seeking professionals with the aptitude to: Identify and analyze RECs and noteworthy issues Complete suite of CRE services (ACM, lead in water, lead in paint, mold, radon surveys) Provide clear & concise findings, recommendations and options regarding client deliverables Track and document project specifics and budgets Collaborate with Technical Leaders (TL?s) and Project Managers (PMs) to plan and meeting timelines and requirements along with budget goals Up to 50% travel...

EHS - Environmental/ Construction/ Geotechnical

HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICER ENTACT, LLC has an excitingopportunity for an entry level Health and Safety Officer. We are looking for amotivated team player who possesses drive, passion, and a willingness to learnthe environmental remediation industry. The selected candidate will function aspart of the on-site project management team and will support implementation ofENTACT?s Behavior Based Health & Safety Program. Bring your sense ofadventure this position involves extensive travel throughout theUS....

Adjunct Faculty-Environmental Science

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TestAmerica is the leading analytical laboratory for environmental testing services in the United States, with over 80 locations nationwide. TestAmerica focuses on delivering analytical services that address current environmental analysis issues and develops new solutions for challenges that the market and our clients anticipate facing in the future. We are currently looking for a Project Manager I (Pacific or Mountain Time Zone) to support our Seattle (Tacoma)laboratory. This is an entry level position into the area of project management. The Project Manager I (PM I) is accountable for coordinating and managing clients' projects through all phases of laboratory operations, including project set-up and maintenance, login review, communication of analytical issues, client account maintenance, reporting, invoicing, bottle orders, client pickups, and identification of work share facilities. The PM I role fosters and develops client relationships in support of the CSO mission....

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Weare EnSafe Inc., an employee-owned, global professional services firm. Westrive to provide cutting-edge, creative solutions for our clients. We arecurrently accepting applications for an Environmental Scientist/Geologist to supportseveral clients out of our South Central, NJ location. Responsibilitiesinclude: performing site investigation activities, geophysical logging, aquifertesting, field documentation; management of field health and safety, drilling, andscheduling; writing technical reports; preparation of work plans; remedialsystem design and operation, subcontractor oversight; and making technicalrecommendations for site assessment and remediation activities. Weoffer a competitive salary and benefits, an outstanding work environment, andthe opportunity to work on interesting projects. For consideration, submit your cover letter,salary expectations, and resume to: Check us outon the web at: www.ensafe.com EEO/AA...

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Environmental Services, Sales Account Manager - Midland, Texas area Position Summary: The purpose of the Sales Account Manager is to sell Nexeo offerings and solutions to current and prospective customers. The role is accountable for achieving volume, revenue, and margin growth targets within a defined territory by growing Nexeo share within existing customers through the sale of product and service offerings, and by acquiring new customers by providing consultative solutions. The role is expected to provide a mix of strategic and tactical solutions in a business-to-business selling environment. The role focuses on acquiring, penetrating, managing and retaining customers. Being sales and performance driven with dedication to achieving team goals will be critical to success of our overall business. Position Responsibilities: ? Territory Planning: Understands territory situation, current accounts, prospects, competitors, and suppliers. ? Account Planning & Customer Knowledge: Understands customer objectives, needs, and profitability drivers. ? Ownership & Performance Focus: Takes responsibility for and ownership of territory. ? Coordination & Leadership: Develops relationships within Nexeo and within customer organization. ? Market Knowledge: Keeps up-to-date and informed on market, industry, and regulatory issues. ? Technical Knowledge: Identifies technical needs of customers. ? Value Proposition: Understands and sells entire value offering from Nexeo. ? Communication: Presents to customers with awareness of customer context. ? Negotiations & Solution Agreement: Has sound judgment and problems solving skills to create win-win solutions. ? Implementation Management: Reacts to additional customer demands and needs. ? Sales Administration: Has command of MS Office, CRM, and BW packages. ? Pipeline Management: Manages pipeline proactively, recognizing customers' stage in the decision cycle....

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