BS Chemical or Environmental Engineering, Science or related with 8-20 years of experience. Prior Management Experience is desired but not mandatory. The key is a someone who has strong Air compliance Title V experience and knowledge of Texas Regulations TCEQ. Someone who can keep the site in compliance, handle audits and permitting applications.
— Manage the Environmental Department and Environmental systems for Texas Operations in Freeport and Baytown:
— Oversee the review/interpretation of state and federal regulations and other data to determine applicability and implementation of regulations at the site.
— Develop and maintain procedures, plans, and programs to ensure Environmental compliance and continuous improvement in Environmental performance.
— Communicate with regulatory agencies as needed and provide necessary follow-up for inspections by regulatory agencies.
— In a responsible manner, provide for representation of Freeport Operations in community and environmental organizations to further goals and enhance reputation as a reliable and participating company.
— Prepare environmental permit applications, amendments, and renewals as needed. Ensure that permits are up-to-date and permit conditions (or permit representations) contain accurate information. Ensure permit conditions are met by plant operations.
— Develop, complete, and document (for recordkeeping purposes) and submit to the TCEQ and/or EPA prior to the regulatory deadline certain annual, semi-annual, monthly, weekly, and/or daily environmental reports for Freeport operations. These reports include but are not limited to:
— Title V compliance reports
— SARA Title III Section 312 (Texas Tier II) and 313 (TRI Form R) reports
— Annual Emissions Inventory
— Annual NOx reports
— Annual Waste Summary
— Source Reduction and Waste Minimization Progress Plan/Report
— Air Emissions/Inspection Fee Report
— Wastewater/Water Quality and Hazardous/Non hazardous Waste Fee Forms
— Water Development Board Report
— Semi-annual NSPS Subpart NNN, VV, and Kb reports
— Monthly waste shipment summaries
— Monthly/annual TPDES wastewater DMR reports
— Weekly hazardous waste inspections
— Daily environmental inspections
— Review of EPA annual Risk Management Plan (RMP)
— Perform and/or verify monthly, quarterly, and annual fugitive VOC emissions monitoring and tagging, monthly cooling tower VOC monitoring, and weekly visual VOC inspections of pumps and flanges. These duties include:
— Continual update of the fugitive VOC database
— Documentation / recordkeeping of inspection reports and administrative documents (calibration log, leak history, leak log, and work orders)
— Submittal of semi-annual reports
— Ensuring that components in the plant are tagged as appropriate
— Perform various documentation, administrative, and recordkeeping functions for the following:
— Subpart NNN car seal inspection/logbook
— Subpart Kb logbook
— Subpart Dc logbook
— Waste burn log
— Notice of Registration (NOR) with the TCEQ
— Report air emission events, wastewater excursions, spills and incidents to the TCEQ, NRC, LEPC, and/or SERC, as required. Assist in spill cleanup coordination to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal regulations. Assist in incident investigation in the event the emissions or spill event results in a reportable quantity. Calculate emissions from spills.
— Arrange for waste disposal and shipments. Responsible for the documentation and recordkeeping for handling of hazardous and non-hazardous waste for the purpose of storage, transport, and disposal as specified in RCRA and state regulations. These documents include:
— NOR registrations and updates with the TCEQ STEERS program
— Waste profile updates
— TCLP testing of waste
— Waste manifests
— Waste management unit area inspections
— Facilitate and support systems for managing co-products, including assessment of compliance requirements and optimal financial arrangements.
— Manage general plant housekeeping through the development of procedures and supervision of Environmental Technicians.
— Cultivate a more highly skilled, motivated, and effective department through direct, focused communication.
— Manage the growth, development, compensation and rewards of Texas high potential employees, working with NA HR.
— As a member of site management, participate in the decision making process to develop and administer site HR policies.
— Provide support as needed to the Director — Texas Operations
— Bachelor Degree, preferably Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering, or demonstrated equivalency
— Minimum 5 years, preferred 10+ years in EHS, w/ management roles in a manufacturing environment
— Specific Functional Competencies:
— Implement and follow ISO Quality programs; lead the Site’s Responsible Care®Management efforts and manage the OSHA VPP Program
— Pass medical physical exam by company doctors and remain capable in accordance with the prescribed “Fit for Duty” job analysis.
— Communication – Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, to convey information effectively