A brief description that summarizes the overall purpose and objectives of the position and the results the worker is expected to accomplish.
The Environmental Field Coordinator is primarily responsible for assuring environmental compliance with local, state, and federal regulations throughout PDC’s Central Field Operations in Marietta, Ohio. Additionally, the Environmental Coordinator will assist in the development and effective implementation of various programs and procedures geared towards increasing regulatory compliance within PDC’s Central Field Operations. The Environmental Field Coordinator will report directly to the EHS Manager - Environmental Western and Central.
II. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
The tasks, duties and responsibilities of the position that are most important to get the job done.
1. Evaluate the effectiveness of PDC’s Environmental programs and procedures based on field operations, implementation of Environmental programs and procedures and contractor compliance of same;
2. Conduct Environmental audits, inspections, and investigations of violations as required and make recommendations based off of findings;
3. Maintain knowledge of new Environmental regulations and standards as they are introduced and/or change within the oil & gas industry;
4. Provide Emergency Response/HAZWOPER services and support to operations field personnel as needed;
5. Review Environmental Incident Investigations and assure corrective actions are taken by management which minimize or prevent similar future incidents;
6. Conduct training for management, field employees, and contractors regarding applicable Environmental programs and procedures as directed;
7. Act as a liaison between PDC’s management, field personnel, and contractors to enhance Environmental compliance initiatives regarding oil & gas field operations;
8. Manage various field projects geared toward Environmental compliance and maintain all applicable records.
III. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
The specific minimum competencies required for job performance.
1. Motivated self-starter;
2. Abilities of self-sufficiency and flexibility to work in a growing and evolving function;
3. Thorough knowledge of Environmental regulatory standards and compliance;
4. Strong personable skills to work with internal employees, external contractors, other oil and gas company representatives, as well as state and local regulators;
5. Clarity of communication, both written and oral;
6. Strong presentation and project management skills;
7. Ability to manage multiple projects with minimal supervision;
8. Working knowledge of environmental remediation technologies.
IV. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
The scope of the person’s authority, including a list of jobs that report to the incumbent.
1. There are no supervisory responsibilities of other PDC personnel associated with this position;
2. Supervisory responsibilities will sometimes be required of external contractors.
V. WORKING CONDITIONS
The environment in which the job is performed, especially any unique conditions outside a normal office environment.
1. 40% office environment 60% field environment;
2. Travel between PDC field office and various oil & gas field operations as required.
VI. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
The minimum level of education, experience, and certifications required to perform the job.
1. BS Degree in Safety/Environmental Sciences, Geology, Geological Engineering or other related field of study is preferable;
2. Minimum of 5 years experience working within a similar capacity in the oil & gas industry.
VII. PDC VALUES
Personal and corporate characteristics that contribute to an individual’s ability to excel on the job.
1. Integrity – We live by our word.
We are always fair and honest, maintain high ethical and moral standards, and will be known for doing what we say we will do.
2. Stakeholder Focus – We treat all stakeholders fairly.
We are ever striving to exceed internal and external stakeholders’ expectations by understanding their requirements and providing excellent service.
3. Responsibility – We depend on performance.
We embrace our individual contribution and commitment to do what is expected of us with unconditional accountability, and we practice safety, show respect for each other, and exhibit positive corporate citizenship at all times.
4. Teamwork – We are one company.
We understand that none of us are as smart as all of us, and will succeed beyond our individual contributions through effective teaming.
5. Sound Growth – We will be here tomorrow.
We will be independent and flexible, manage risk and develop successful leaders and technical expertise to ensure sustainability and growth.
6. Quality – We innovate and improve.
We start with quality in mind and constantly improve through innovation our ability to leverage our strengths, our resourcefulness, and by acting on lessons learned.