The Environmental Engineer position is responsible for air quality compliance from a corporate perspective for all business units. In this position the Environmental Engineer will provide air permitting guidance for permit renewals, modification to existing permits, new permits, updates on the potential effects of new regulations, audit of air records and compliance at the facilities. Responsibilities include assisting the facilities in accurate and timely environmental reporting. Position involves considerable contact with the site and staff Operations, Laboratory, Maintenance, Safety, and Management personnel. Position will also include liaison with State and Federal environmental regulatory agencies as well as intra-company environmental coordinators.
Responsible for the following major air programs: Title V, Green House Gas Reporting and Record Keeping, Annual Emission Inventories, QA/QC manuals for CEMS, new permits, renewal permits, coordination with TRI reporting.
Reviews and assists in all air permitting activities including amending existing air permits to allow for improvements at the site or as regulations require.
Assisting in stack testing protocols, air modeling analysis, and ambient air monitors, Continuous Opacity Monitors and CEMS, management of air permitting consultants and stack testers.
Conducts compliance audits and provides other environmental surveillance as necessary to insure facilities are in compliance with applicable environmental laws, regulations, and permits.
Provides environmental engineering support to Operations and Maintenance for environmental control equipment and systems. Coordinates training of plant personnel in environmental areas in close cooperation with the Training Coordinator.
Anticipates problems involving compliance and develops innovative approaches to address those issues. Investigates permit excursions and files necessary reports with the applicable agency. Determine root cause and recommend corrective action.
Responsible for review and interpretation of new environmental regulatory changes in air related areas expert and developing programs for facilities implementation. Keeps abreast of environmental developments by establishing contacts through committees and by attending technical meetings and seminars.
Responsible for air quality and permitting on due diligence projects and development projects.
Minimum of five years experience managing air programs for power or related industry such as petrochemical or refinery facility.
B.S. degree in Chemical, Environmental or other related engineering field.
Bachelors Degree or higher in Chemical Engineering.
Air modeling background
On Demand Environmental - 2 years ago