Departmental Expectations of Employee:

  • Identifies and participates in continually evolving legal and regulatory requirements and in the development & implementation of effective solutions;
  • Monitors, measures and reports on environmental performance and participates in corrective/preventive actions as necessary;
  • Participates in the identification and development of hazard identifications, risk assessments and effective operational control procedures for significant risks;
  • Develops and implements emergency response procedures. Responds as appropriate to emergency situations and provides judgment for mitigating the situation and minimizing any adverse effects;
  • Participates as appropriate in “Incident Investigations” and provides judgment for determining the root cause of the situation and in the development & implementation of effective solutions;
  • Identifies, develops and provide where appropriate EHSMS training;
  • Leads internal continual improvement teams and support associated practice development
  • Manages document control and records management practices;
  • Manages the internal and external auditing process including corrective/preventive actions;
  • Assures inspections, monitoring and/or recordkeeping requirements are being conducted and documented;
  • Assures compliance with all company policies.
  • Supports continual improvement initiatives.
  • Assist with health and safety tasks

Essential duties and responsibilities which must be performed in order to carry out the position purpose summarized above:

  • Manages the federal, state and local environmental regulatory processes; including permitting and permit renewals and negotiations and implementations and/or non-compliance enforcement situations.
  • Represents Republic during federal, state and local agency inspections, meetings and negotiations; serve as company negotiator, spokesperson and escort. Communicate results to appropriate Republic personnel.
  • Interfaces with inside and/or outside legal counsel and consultants to develop strategies and solutions to regulatory issues.
  • Investigates potential noncompliance situations with plant personnel and/or regulatory agents and problem solves for effective solutions.
  • Manages the preparation, review and submission of periodic monitoring reports, including notifications and fees.
  • Manages plant’s accounting activities for environmental spending.
  • Manages special projects (oversee 3rd party contractors, manage budget, etc.)

Qualifications:

Specific knowledge, training, or skills required to perform the duties of this position. Specific concepts, courses, training programs or required certifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or science or a related field of study preferred and 5+ years of work experience in the environmental compliance field.
  • Proven knowledge and understanding of environmental regulations, principles and practices with regulatory training as necessary.
  • Strong interpersonal skills: ability to effectively relate to all types of people; demonstrated trust and integrity. Ability to manage “business confidential” and “environment” information.
  • Computer skills: Microsoft Office Suits, Excel Reporting and data management
  • Written and oral communication skills with attention to detail and accuracy; technical writing skills.
  • Business skills (accounting, planning, organizing, budgeting, etc.)

City
sayreville
Province/State
NJ
Job Type
Full-Time Regular
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