Environmental Engineer

Industry

Engineering

Advert ID

FOX_BBBH161632

Location

Asheville

Job Type

Permanent

Hours

Full-Time

Salary Range

Up to USD0.00 per year

No. of Openings

1

Branch Information

Houston Engineering - (USA) SPACES CityCentre One 800 Town & Country Boulevard TX Houston , TX 77024

ContactNumber

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Job Description

Provide environmental leadership and direction for the Operations by identifying and working to collaboratively mitigate environmental risk



Implements strategies and systems to keep operations focused on environmental impacts and in compliance with environmental and related permits and regulations.



Assure area leaders monitor operations to identify, predict and control environmental performance so that permit conditions are maintained.



Strong understand of air permitting, reporting and regulations



Understanding of CEMS and COMS systems



Be an Integral part of the EHS Team



Assure Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Environmental submittals (Air, Storm Water, Waste Water, Waste Management, etc.) are accurately developed, reviewed, and submitted timely



Partner with site operational leaders to be visible environmental advocates in their areas of responsibility and ensure plans are in place to proactively achieve their environmental obligations and targets.



Audits facilities and systems to identify improvement opportunities and provide assistance in reaching environmental goals and objectives.



Remain current on regulatory developments that are applicable to environmental compliance at the local, state and federal level and position the mill to manage the impacts.



Act as a liaison between the mill and the community and/or the regulators on environmental issues.



Maintain membership in local manufacturing and environmental organizations



Skills and Competencies:



Technical proficiency in federal EPA, DHS, and other applicable federal regulations, as well develop specific knowledge of the state of North Carolina and local regulations as necessary.



Development of a detailed technical knowledge of the kraft pulp and paper process, equipment, applicable environmental regulations, and environmental control equipment if previous experience does not provide.



Strong problem-solving and analytical skills.



Ability to influence and negotiate in the face of difficult and complex circumstances.



Independent thinking and integration of technical/regulatory issues into organizational policies, practices and training.



Experience/Qualifications:



Bachelor of Science - Environmental or Chemical, Science or Engineering of related field, Required.



Experience in environmental management for process related manufacturing facilities, required: Pulp and Paper experience, Preferred.