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Environmental Engineer / Compliance Specialist

POSITION SUMMARY/OBJECTIVE
Describe overall job purpose
The Environmental Engineer/Environmental Compliance Specialist is responsible for implementation of assigned aspects of regulatory compliance, particularly in managing Federal and State programs as they relate to refinery operations and its associated facilities. This individual is responsible for understanding the technical / regulatory basis for their assigned duties, actively monitoring refinery systems related to environmental compliance, being proactive in identifying, communicating, and resolving concerns for potential compliance issues, effectively managing compliance records, and participating in agency inspections in their assigned areas of responsibility.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
-  A Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering (Chemical, Petroleum, Mechanical Engineering preferred) or Environmental Science.
-  Experience may be substituted for an exceptional candidate.

EXPERIENCE / SKILL REQUIREMENTS
-  This is an entry level position; preference may be given to candidates with three (3) or more years of experience in environmental compliance work.
-  Strong communication skills. Fluent in English, both oral and written required.
-  A working knowledge of Microsoft Office software, Adobe Acrobat , and ability to work with specialized database programs (RegPerfect, SAP, UltiPro).
-  Strong technical skills with the ability to collect, manage, and analyze data and communicate conclusions based upon their analysis.
-  Ability to work well independently and in a team environment.
-  Strong work ethic with ability to adjust work schedule to accommodate unexpected changes and obtain external certifications (Smoke School, RCRA, DOT, Hazwopper) required to perform job function.
-  Strong interpersonal skills required to build effective cross-functional relationships to solve problems and function effectively within tight deadlines, prioritize work, and provide appropriate feedback on progress of projects.
-  A history of working with State and Federal Regulators and experience with the Code of Federal Regulations is preferred.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
-  Demonstrate a strong commitment to safety and safe work practices, both on and off the job.
-  Ability to comprehend applicable federal, state and local regulatory requirements and effectively implement programs as required to demonstrate compliance.
-  Actively monitor existing refinery systems (wastewater system, analyzers, air emission spreadsheets, RegPerfect database) and programs (LDAR, RCRA, NPDES) for continued compliance and be proactive in identifying, communicating and resolving potential compliance issues.
-  Manage compliance data including written reports and electronic database systems.
-  Develop effective relationships with internal work groups as well as contractors and external agencies to promote effective resolution to compliance issues.
-  Demonstrate effective time management skills with the ability to perform daily work duties while regulatory compliance reporting or project management deadlines.
-  Weekend duty (on-call) required on a rotating basis. Emergency on-call may be required on weekends and after-hours (spill response or responding to plant environmental issues).
-  Lead and/or assist with assigned projects.
-  Performs other duties and special assignments as necessary.
(The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain or to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of the employee assigned to this job.)

 
Environmental Engineer / Compliance Specialist

POSITION SUMMARY/OBJECTIVE
Describe overall job purpose
The Environmental Engineer/Environmental Compliance Specialist is responsible for implementation of assigned aspects of regulatory compliance, particularly in managing Federal and State programs as they relate to refinery operations and its associated facilities. This individual is responsible for understanding the technical / regulatory basis for their assigned duties, actively monitoring refinery systems related to environmental compliance, being proactive in identifying, communicating, and resolving concerns for potential compliance issues, effectively managing compliance records, and participating in agency inspections in their assigned areas of responsibility.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
-  A Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering (Chemical, Petroleum, Mechanical Engineering preferred) or Environmental Science.
-  Experience may be substituted for an exceptional candidate.

EXPERIENCE / SKILL REQUIREMENTS
-  This is an entry level position; preference may be given to candidates with three (3) or more years of experience in environmental compliance work.
-  Strong communication skills. Fluent in English, both oral and written required.
-  A working knowledge of Microsoft Office software, Adobe Acrobat , and ability to work with specialized database programs (RegPerfect, SAP, UltiPro).
-  Strong technical skills with the ability to collect, manage, and analyze data and communicate conclusions based upon their analysis.
-  Ability to work well independently and in a team environment.
-  Strong work ethic with ability to adjust work schedule to accommodate unexpected changes and obtain external certifications (Smoke School, RCRA, DOT, Hazwopper) required to perform job function.
-  Strong interpersonal skills required to build effective cross-functional relationships to solve problems and function effectively within tight deadlines, prioritize work, and provide appropriate feedback on progress of projects.
-  A history of working with State and Federal Regulators and experience with the Code of Federal Regulations is preferred.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
-  Demonstrate a strong commitment to safety and safe work practices, both on and off the job.
-  Ability to comprehend applicable federal, state and local regulatory requirements and effectively implement programs as required to demonstrate compliance.
-  Actively monitor existing refinery systems (wastewater system, analyzers, air emission spreadsheets, RegPerfect database) and programs (LDAR, RCRA, NPDES) for continued compliance and be proactive in identifying, communicating and resolving potential compliance issues.
-  Manage compliance data including written reports and electronic database systems.
-  Develop effective relationships with internal work groups as well as contractors and external agencies to promote effective resolution to compliance issues.
-  Demonstrate effective time management skills with the ability to perform daily work duties while regulatory compliance reporting or project management deadlines.
-  Weekend duty (on-call) required on a rotating basis. Emergency on-call may be required on weekends and after-hours (spill response or responding to plant environmental issues).
-  Lead and/or assist with assigned projects.
-  Performs other duties and special assignments as necessary.
(The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain or to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of the employee assigned to this job.)

 
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