• Environmental Engineer

    Posted Date 1 month ago(2/13/2019 8:46 AM)
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    • Ownership of Air Permitting Process and site compliance activities, including LDAR program.
    • Oversight of site Environmental Management System and policies to ensure site compliance with regulatory elements and timely submission of reports to state and federal agencies.
    • Ownership of site Process Leading Indicator program to expand identification and reporting of incidents which could lead to environmental releases.
    • Direct production unit support regarding resolution of process safety, environmental, and occupational safety issues, technical reviews of Management of Change (MOCs), and investigations.
    • Completes internal and external assessment of environmental program execution, develop and administers feedback measures, then reviews results for drift prevention and future alignment.


    • Experience with state and federal Air permits and reporting activities.
    • Strong background with development and implementation of environmental compliance programs and systems.
    • Demonstrate ability to lead organizational culture change through influence.
    • Must be able to work with and communicate effectively with all levels in the organization, resolve process safety issues and problems, and be able to exhibit a high degree of teamwork and cooperation.
    • Demonstrate organizational skills and an ability to manage multiple projects and tasks in an effective and timely manner.
    • Familiarity with Title V air permitting regulations.
    • Proficient in Excel, Word, Powerpoint software and ability to present effectively.
    • Related experience in environmental compliance within the chemical process industry.
    • Experience working in or leading teams in multiple countries.

    Required Years of Experience

    • 5-10 Years

    Required Education

    • BS Degree in Environmental Engineering or Degree in Mechanical / Chemical Engineering with relevant work experience in Environmental compliance

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