LeConte Recruiting Firm is currently seeking an EHS Manager for a manufacturing client in New Orleans.
This position will manage site EHS&S programs and serve as the subject matter expert to the company, including assistance at other locations as needed.
• Develop, implement and maintain all site-specific policies and procedures to ensure compliance with all applicable environmental regulations and company policies. This includes but is not limited to:
Maintain all environmental permits for the facility
In conjunction with engineering and operations, review, update and/or submit new permit applications, permit renewals and any necessary permit modifications, including injection wells.
Complete and submit all environmental reports required by the state and federal agencies accurately and on time (DMRs, EIS, TEDI, TRI, TIER II, Waste Generator Reports, etc.).
• Conduct all necessary inspections (RCRA, SWPPP, LDAR, etc.) and ensure that all appropriate sampling and monitoring activities are implemented to maintain compliance.
• In conjunction with engineering and operations, review all capital projects for compliance with all environmental permit & operating conditions and corporate requirements
• Coordinate waste minimization efforts and waste disposal shipments/activities.
• Serve as the Management Representative for the facility's ISO14001 Environmental Management System.
• Establish RC-14000 goals and objectives for the facility and institute programs to achieve these goals and maintain RC-14000 compliance.
Bottom Line Requirements:
1. BS in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Safety Engineering, Chemical Engineering or related EH&S discipline.
2. 10+ years in an EHS role in a chemical manufacturing environment.
3. Working knowledge of waste, water, and air standards and permitting.
4. Thorough knowledge of RCRA, CWA, CAA, SDWA and other relevant federal and state regulations, standards and permitting requirements.
5. Broad understanding of regulatory compliance in both environmental and safety areas, including EPA, OSHA, DOT, and other EHS regulations.
6. In-depth knowledge of the transportation and storage of non-hazardous and hazardous chemicals through various modes of transportation.
7. Knowledge of ISO 14000 and RC14000 principles and requirements.