Looking for promotable individuals. Big sized plant. 800 union members. Up to 20% bonus potential. Full relocation. Reports to Plant Manager.
The Environmental Manager will provide world class expertise to fully support the plant’s environmental objectives through demonstrated leadership. This position is a member of the Plant Senior Leadership team directly responsible for managing the environmental systems ensuring compliance with federal/state/local environmental laws, EPA regulations, and corporate policies. The Environmental Manager is responsible for program design and monitoring, executing projects and ongoing management of day-to-day activities involving environmental compliance.
Accountable for managing (4) environmental professionals, setting direction and deploying environmental resources in a union environment
Align business operations and corporate objectives
Develops plans and delivers results in a fast-changing business and regulatory environment by participating in Mill Divisional environmental initiatives.
Manage all regulatory reporting requirements, permitting processes, and response to regulatory activities, inspections, and citations.
Provides input to Plant and departmental strategy and contributes directly to Plant priorities and planning
Accountable for managing departmental budget and environmental performance Coordinates and supervises the daily activities of the environmental department
Safeguard employees and surrounding community by establishing methodologies for measuring the effectiveness of Plant compliance with federal/state/local environmental laws, EPA regulations, and corporate policies
Provides solutions to complex environmental issues serving as the Senior Environmental Leader (i.e. best practice/quality environmental, technical expert, train/mentors managers, supervisors and staff)
Conducts studies and investigations to ensure compliance with all environmental regulations including industrial hygiene.
Established rapport with local agencies.
Investigates environmental incidents and develops recommendations to prevent future incidents.
Determines environmental training requirements and provides employees with environmental training applicable to their work processes.
Maintains up-to-date, comprehensive knowledge of federal/state/local environmental laws, EPA regulations, and corporate policies.
Other duties as assigned
BACKGROUND / EXPERIENCE:
7+ years of progressive environmental experience in heavy manufacturing required
Union experience preferred
EDUCATION / KNOWLEDGE:
Bachelor’s degree (preferably engineering)
Must have demonstrated success in environmental management
Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment, solve problems, and be results oriented
Possesses broad technical expertise, business and industry knowledge, and process and people leadership capabilities.