Coordinates the environmental function for a complex manufacturing operation and assists with health and safety functions as needed. The Environmental Engineer will report to the EHS Regional Manager and may also provide strategic support to other facilities in the Region as required.
Implements environmental programs to comply with local, state and federal regulations. Ensures all environmental standards are complied with, including: air quality regulations and Title V Air Permit; Industrial Sewer Discharge Permit and Storm water Permit; Hazardous Waste regulations (State and Federal), Regulatory Reporting, etc. (as applicable). Responsible for the management of hazardous materials and chemicals. Manages incident investigation and follow-up corrective action requirements.
Supports health and safety programs including support for Worker’s Compensation, compliance with General Industry Standards, workplace exposure monitoring, and emergency response requirements.
Specific duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
Tracking material usage related to environmental permits and requirements
Calculation of air emission and wastewater discharge characteristics
Reviewing new equipment and proposed process changes and managing updated compliance requirements
Completing regulatory required inspections and reporting
Tracking incident trends and proposing strategic facility-level initiatives
Prepares a site annual health and safety plan
Assisting or leading the plant safety team
Ensures all incidents are promptly investigated, and ensuring appropriate corrective/preventive actions are taken
Develops and reports on metrics to the regional EHS manager on EHS performance
Incident Commander or Alternate for spills and other incidents
EHS Training coordinator
Utilizes the site compliance calendar to ensuring all regulatory, Corporate, and other (i.e. customer) deadlines are tracked and met
Responds to customer requests for information (EHS Surveys, REACH etc.)
Skills & Qualifications
Required Skills & Qualifications:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
This is a hands-on position and the selected candidate will work closely with the operations and maintenance to resolve facility environmental health and safety issues in a timely manner.
Partnering with supervisors and managers on safety and environmental issues within the facility.
- Familiar with the use of monitoring equipment is a plus, including: Velometer, Sound Meter, Drager Vapor Detection Pump, Conductivity Meter, Gas Detection Meter, etc.
Standing, lifting, and bending, pushing, pulling, grasping, stooping and repetitive motion may be required periodically.
Occasional lifting up to 50 pounds.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must possess the outlined experience level, education, training, minimum years of experience, product or industry knowledge plus any certifications in order to be considered.
Bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering or a related field.
6+ years of experience in environmental health and safety or closely related field.
Experienced in environmental health and safety programs and processes in manufacturing/industrial environments.
Good communication skills (verbal and written), able to work in a team environment.
Working knowledge of PC/network systems pertaining to OSHA and EPA (Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook).
Knowledge of State and Federal Environmental Health and Safety Laws and Regulations.
Work Environment and Safety Equipment Required:
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the job. Safety glasses, safety shoes and other designated personal protective equipment as required for the position.
The work environment is climate controlled. Working with and around hazardous chemical and waste, industrial machinery, etc.,
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801 Royal Oaks
Monrovia, California, 91016