The EHS Manager leads the compliance programs by developing, establishing, implementing, reviewing and revising programs and policies as required. The EHS Manager will apply developed subject matter knowledge to solve unique and complex issues within established guidelines and recommend appropriate solutions or alternatives. The EHS Manager will provide guidance and direction to plant personnel in achieving compliance with all applicable regulatory obligations and corporate management/governance controls. As appropriate, the EHS Manager will act as a team member or project manager providing direction to team activities and help facilitate in team decision-making processes.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Develop, implement, maintain, revise and manage the Company’s EHS policies and procedures, including leading personnel in maintaining accurate data/documents in the Compliance Management Systems. Programs include, but are not limited to:
a. Title V Air Permit
b. National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Standards
c. CTDEEP Water Use Permit
d. EPA Storm Water Management
e. Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures Plan
f. Facility Response Plan / Integrated Contingency Plan
g. All applicable OSHA and consensus standards, including NFPA 70E, General Industry (29 CFR 1910 (including Process Safety Management), Construction (29 CFR 1926) and Recordkeeping (29 CFR 1904)
h. EPA Hazardous Waste Regulations
Produce, review and submit required regulatory reporting for the sites.
Act as the site’s liaison to regulatory agencies, ensuring a positive, collaborative and responsive relationship is maintained.
Act as SME for the site’s Continuous Emissions Monitor Data Acquisition and Handling System. Act as lead interface to the OEM. Generate required reports, assure data accuracy, work with OEM to make corrections as required and ensure timely submittals of required reports.
Assist in establishing site goals and objectives and implement policies, programs, and procedures to ensure consistent application of the Company’s EHS compliance mission.
“Hands on” assistance to operating personnel assuring EHS compliance and assisting the site in physical and process improvements that can reduce compliance risks while minimizing operating expenses.
Conduct or participate in incident and near miss event investigations using root cause analysis methodology. Contribute to corrective action development, implementation and tracking.
Lead and / or participate in site regulatory and internal audits as required.
Keep abreast of new and changing regulatory requirements as they relate to EHS compliance at the site.
Support off hours, nights and weekends, evolutions such as outages or emergency response as required.
Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Sciences, Engineering or related field. 5 years’ experience in the EHS field particularly related to the Clean Air Act related programs specific to power generation.
Specialized regulatory knowledge and experience with Clean Air Act programs and general regulatory knowledge in other disciplines (e.g., CWA, EPCRA, CERCLA, RCRA, DPCC)
Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to communicate at all levels within a corporate organization
Ability to perform and manage multiple tasks and issues simultaneously and perform assigned responsibilities at a high level in a fast-paced, often changing environment
Demonstrated leadership skills with an emphasis on driving for results and strategic thinking and planning
Effective team player with a record of consensus building with internal/external parties