Titanium Metals Corporation (“TIMET”) offers a full range of titanium products, including ingot and slab, forging billet and mill forms. TIMET is vertically integrated, capable of making its own titanium sponge. In 2011, more than 75 percent of TIMET's sales were to aerospace and defense end markets. TIMET operates seven primary melting or mill facilities in Henderson, Nevada; Toronto, Ohio; Morgantown, Pennsylvania; Vallejo, California; Witton, England; Waunarlwydd, Wales; and Ugine, France, and employs approximately 2,750 people.
In December 2012, TIMET was acquired by Precision Castparts Corp. (“PCC”). PCC is a worldwide, diversified manufacturer of complex metal components and products. It serves the aerospace, power and general industrial markets.
PCC is a publicly-traded corporation listed on the New York Stock Exchange (symbol “PCP”) and a member of the Fortune 500 and S&P 500. PCC had fiscal year 2013 sales of approximately $8.4 billion and currently has approximately 28,000 employees in more than 150 manufacturing facilities in 15 countries and 30 U.S. states. Job SummaryThe Environmental Affairs Manager will create the strategic vision and lead the Environmental Management System for the TIMET Henderson Plant.
In this position, the Environmental Affairs Manager will work with the local senior leadership team to directly support business objectives, implement best environmental practices in the facility, develop and achieve environmental metrics and maintain compliance with all applicable local, state and federal environmental regulations. The Environmental Affairs Manager will also oversee and direct the complex remediation projects currently underway at the Henderson, Nevada facility.Essential FunctionsMaintain and improve TIMET’s Environmental Management System. This will include working closely with TIMET leadership to develop and deploy with speed, discipline and energy a comprehensive environmental management vision and strategy.Provide leadership and support to the Plant Manager, Department leads and Supervisors to ensure full compliance with TIMET policies, regulatory environmental standards and requirements.Manage the environmental staff at the Henderson facility, including the assessment and development of direct reports.Manage ongoing on-site environmental remediation activities.Interact with federal, state and local environmental regulatory agencies.Perform annual environmental compliance audits of the Henderson facility and report all environmental activities performed. This includes developing key metrics for assessing the performance of various environmental programs.Lead the process of establishing environmental goals for the business and assisting the facility leadership in determining environmental priorities and action plans.
Provide technical expertise for the management of all environmental issues.Provide leadership that ensures a culture of employee engagement and involvement in environmental matters and continuous improvement at the Henderson facility.Keep abreast of continuously changing environmental trends and regulations, adjust company policies as needed, and alert TIMET management to areas of risk.Additional ResponsibilitiesOther duties as assigned.QualificationsCompetenciesReliable attendance and punctualityExceptional attention to detail and accuracyExceptional execution and organizational skillsHigh degree of professionalism, personal integrity, diplomacy and ethicsStrong work ethic, sound judgment, enthusiastic and flexibleAbility to handle constructive criticism and work well under stressAbility to work as a team player with co-workers at all levelsAbility to thrive and succeed in a fast-paced, demanding and results driven environment Education and ExperienceFive or more years of experience with environmental management and with environmental management systems, preferably in a heavy/complex manufacturing or metal melting and mill environment that utilizes potentially hazardous manufacturing processes and materialsAt least a Bachelors’ degree in environmental science, engineering, chemistry, metallurgy or other related disciplinesWorking knowledge and experience with federal and state environmental laws and regulationsExperience in managing environmental remediation projectsExperience leading and managing plant level environmental personnelLeadership experience that utilizes an energetic, practical and proactive approach that focuses on resultsSuccess in developing and implementing environmental audits and training Additional NotesWillingness and ability to travel as needed (less than 15%)Physical DemandsWhile performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to talk or hear; regularly required to stand, walk or sit; regularly required to use hands to finger, handle or feel and reach with hands and arms.The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.The employee must rarely lift and or move up to 25 pounds.Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision / distance vision / color vision / peripheral vision / depth perception.Work Environment The typical work environment is an office contained in a mill or manufacturing setting. The employee is regularly required to perform work in a mill environment with occasional exposure to work near moving mechanical parts, work in high, precarious places fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, outdoor weather conditions, extreme heat (non-weather) and vibration). The typical noise level is moderate noise.
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