East Boston, MA, United States
Purpose: Develops and implements Massport-wide environmental policies and programs. Responsible for the management of the Environmental Management and Safety Units.
Essential Tasks of the Job:
Manages the Environmental Management and Safety units within the Capital Programs Department to create and recommend environmental policies, strategies and programs in coordination with Massport's mission and goals. 1. Works with operating departments to develop short and long-term strategic priorities to prevent environmental impacts at and from all Massport facilities. 2. Establishes capital and operating budgets in accordance with strategic priorities. 3. Interacts with operating unit directors, executive administration and board members, community groups, regulators, consultants, contractors, tenants and others as appropriate on any environmental issues. 4. Manages and maintains all environmental correspondence with regulatory agencies. Oversees the development and implementation of formal policies and verifiable objectives for certification of Environmental Management Systems (EMS) to the ISO 14001 standard. 1. Incorporates new sustainability objectives and targets into existing EMS Program. 2. Leads EMS team meetings with Massport managers, employees and consultants. 3. Develops and maintains Massport-wide policies and procedures required for EMS documentation. 4. In accordance with ISO 14001, manages internal and external EMS Audits and Management Review Meetings and performs or directs facility representatives to perform corrective actions if necessary. 5. Ensures individual facility compliance with EMS programs and updates facility-specific documentation to retain certification and promote continual improvement. 6. Directs facility representatives in all facets of implementation of EMS. 7. Develops and conducts facility-specific on-site EMS training as required. Manages department staff and annual capital and operating budgets. 1. Reviews workload, schedules, personnel assignments, status of on going work, projects, and available human resources for work assignment in order to plan unit activities. 2. Assigns specific duties to personnel, and special projects, considering individual knowledge and experience. 3. Reviews and approves reports, papers, and other records prepared by personnel for clarity, completeness, accuracy, and conformance with agency policies. 4. Coordinates work activities of unit with other units, sections, or agencies to prevent delays in actions required or to improve services to public. 5. Plans and conducts, or arranges for, orientation and training of personnel. 6. Approves leave requests, evaluates performance, and initiates disciplinary actions. Directs and coordinates all regulatory filings, design, construction, and operation of all remediation activities to meet Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP) requirements. 1. Directs and monitors construction of remedial activities including but not limited to soil and/or groundwater contamination and tank removals. 2. Prioritizes remediation activities based on operating unit budgets and competing needs. 3. Ensures proper filings for remediation. 4. Directs and manages Emergency Response activities at all facilities in the event of a spill or other incident in accordance with 310 CMR 30 and 40, Massachusetts Hazardous Waste and MCP regulations. Develops and implements strategy to minimize potential pollution from Massport and tenant activities. 1. Ensures compliance with Title V, NOx RACT, AP source registration and other air quality regulations. 2. Ensures compliance with NPDES individual and stormwater permits and other water quality regulations. 3. Manages the development, implementation and maintenance of the Massport Recycling Program. 4. Manages the environmental audit program and performs site inspections of Massport and tenant operations to ensure compliance with environmental regulations and determines audit schedules based on risk factors. 5. Works with various Massport departments and tenants to rectify any non-compliance issues. 6. Develops and implements Massport-wide environmental training. 7. Works with the Human Resources training unit staff to identify training needs and develop curriculum and programs to facilitate Massport and tenant environmental compliance. 8. Oversees preparation and publication of quarterly tenant environmental health and safety newsletter. Oversees the sustainability, climate adaption, and resiliency programs. 1. Supervises the evaluation and prioritization areas for sustainability efforts including recycling/solid waste. 2. Supervises the goals and performance metrics to monitor and evaluate program effectiveness. 3. Supervises work to advance sustainable adaptation practices throughout Massport operations; manages programs and projects related to climate preparedness, and makes recommendations to the Assistant Director of Capital Programs and Environmental Management to enhance the social, environmental, operational and fiscal well-being of Massport. 4. Reviews budgets and schedules, oversees and critiques work products, reviews and approves invoices. 5. Leads the efforts to meet greenhouse gas emission goals; supports efforts to prepare and adapt to the impacts of climate change and extreme weather events. Provides all forms of environmental technical assistance to all Massport departments as needed. 1. Develops environmental requirements for all Massport Operating departments to outline Massport's environmental obligations with regard to spill response, hazardous waste manifest processing, pollution prevention plan implementation, etc. 2. Works with department heads to promote environmental compliance and continual improvement. SECONDARY JOB TASKS: Represents Massport at community, agency and other meetings. Monitors industry advancements in technology, regulatory and environmental issues relevant to Massport. Establishes effective working relationships with Massport operating departments, regulatory agencies, and state and local government. Performs other duties as assigned.
Job Requirements and Qualifications
EDUCATION: Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science, Engineering or equivalent professional work experience required. Master's degree preferred. Professional engineer's license and/or LSP license in related field preferred. EXPERIENCE: 7-10 years' experience in environmental management including Massachusetts Contingency Plan remediation and compliance required. Prior multi-disciplinary management and progressive supervisory experience required. UNIQUE EXPERTISE/CERTIFICATION/REGISTRATIONS: 1. Working knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulation Part 77. 2. Extensive knowledge of federal and state environmental regulations. 3. Demonstrated experience in regulatory negotiations related permit applications and/or consent order settlement. 4. Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve administrative and management issues. 5. Ability to lead a team of professionals to high performance. 6. Ability to pass airfield driving test and obtain Aerodrome Ramp and Apron License. 7. Ability to pass a Massport controlled substances test and security background checks.
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NextEra Energy, Inc.
Juno Beach, FL, United States
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Position Specific Description
At NextEra Energy, we are taking our Senior Environmental Specialist to the next level. These talented employees are the drivers of excellent. This position is in the Environmental Licensing & Permitting Section of the Corporate Environmental Services Department supporting new development opportunities for Florida Power and Light Company. The position is located at the company’s Juno Beach, Florida corporate office. Primary job duties include siting review; conducting environmental due diligence; developing permitting strategies, schedules and budgets; and obtaining required environmental permits and approvals for renewable energy projects in Florida.
Prior project management and relevant Florida environmental permitting experience is required, with proven ability to lead complex projects with limited direction. Must have ability to support multiple projects with multifaceted environmental and regulatory issues. The position requires strong, effective communications and negotiating skills with internal and external stakeholders and regulatory agencies.
Primary (Essential) Job Functions: (List is not exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary)
Review sites to identify development constraints, environmental permitting requirements, and permitting and mitigation costs
Obtain required federal, state and local environmental licenses, permits and approvals for the development of renewable energy projects in Florida
Support multiple projects with multifaceted environmental and regulatory issues and assist in comprehensive environmental due diligence reviews for potential acquisitions
Interface with internal and external customers, subject matter experts, and other stakeholders, and be able to assist in resolving complex environmental matters
Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local environmental regulations, as well as company policies
Provide specialized environmental permitting expertise and environmental technical support
Develop and manage project budgets and schedules as well as vendor contracts, purchase orders, and invoices
Manage and oversee environmental field studies and consultants
Develop relationships with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies
Translate regulations and permit conditions into actionable construction compliance tasks
Ability to work extended hours and occasional in-state travel.
Apply today and make a difference!
Employees in this job are responsible for providing expert environmental support for new and existing facilities including due diligence, permitting, regulatory compliance, regulatory interpretation and development, and interface with Federal, State, and Regional agencies.
Job Duties & Responsibilities
• Supports the company's compliance with environmental requirements • Performs comprehensive environmental due diligence reviews • Assists with facility compliance audits • Conducts environmental licensing and permitting activities • Supports environmental aspects of company operations, such as, compliance, reporting, monitoring, remediation, and environmental permitting functions • Monitors and analyzes environmental policies and regulations that affect the company and its customers • Provides the necessary support to staff to resolve environmental matters • Performs other job-related duties as assigned
• Bachelor's Degree • Experience: 5+ years
National Institute of Ecology (NIE)
Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea
The National Institute of Ecology (NIE) is the largest ecological research, education, and exhibition complex in the Republic of Korea, and aims to become a global comprehensive ecological research agency contributing to the sustainable use of eco-friendly services for the benefit of the planet. The NIE is affiliated with the Korea Ministry of Environment, and is located in an eco-friendly town called Seocheon, on the west coast of the Korean peninsula.
The NIE is currently seeking enthusiastic researchers who can work in collaboration with Korean researchers in areas of Ecological Conservation and International Cooperation. Successful candidates will carry out research in a collaborative environment, will be coordinated with ongoing team projects, and if possible, carry out their own independent research. In addition, they will be assigned to the Bureau of Ecological Research.
Invited Research Associate
Recruiting Unit: Bureau of Ecological Research
Ecological Conservation (Invasive Species, Ecological Modeling)
International Cooperation (International Environmental Convention, International Organization, International Cooperation Planning)
○ The main tasks are as follow:
Conduct a seminar once a month based on the progress of the research applicable to the candidate’s research area
Publish a paper in their research area in a journal such as Scopus, SCIE, and SCI, within 3 months after the contract termination.
○ Professionalism: Comprehensive knowledge and experience regarding the candidate’s Research
○ Teamwork: Work collaboratively with Korean colleagues to achieve fruitful results in their research area
4. Required experience and qualifications
○ PhD in ecological conservation (e.g, Invasive Species, Ecological Modeling), International Cooperation, or related fields
○ Have at least 5 years of relevant experience
○ The candidate will be required to meet the requirements for recruitment as a temporary employee, in accordance with the Institute’s internal regulations.
"The regulation for the recruitment of temporary employee"
○ No conditions regarding nationality or age
○ Hiring preference for disabled candidates is applied
○ Preference given to candidates who can start work immediately
○ The business hour of NIE will be from 9am to 6pm (Mandatory).
5. Working Conditions
○ Workplace: The National Institute of Ecology (Songnae-ri, Maseo-myeon, Seocheon-gun, Chungcheongnam-do, Korea).
○ Employment Duration: Depending on the contract (1 to 6 months)
○ Salary and benefits:
- (Salary) Depending on the contract (~$5,000 per month including tax)
- (Round-trip air fares) Depending on the contract
- (Housing) provided
- (Leave) 1 day per month
- (Insurance) National pension, health, and occupational health
6. The selection process and notification of decision
A. Stage 1: The reviewing process
○ The candidate’s eligibility and the submitted documents will be reviewed.
○ Notification of decision: individually
B. Stage 2: The interview (can be through a video Internet system)
○ The Web interview schedule will be given to the successful candidates of Stage 1.
○ Notification of decision: The final decision will be given to the successful candidates individually.
7. How to apply
Send CV and cover letter to email@example.com
Application period: From June 15th through 30th
8. Additional items of note
• Submitted materials will not be returned.
• All information in the documents submitted should be factual.
- If any information submitted during the application process is found to be inaccurate, the selected person may be subject to repercussions including removal from the position and denial to any right of objection.
• The decision can be withdrawn if the requirements for the recruitment of a temporary employee are not fulfilled.
• The successful candidates must comply with the internal regulation of NIE.
• Contact methods including e-mail addresses, mobile phone numbers, and home phone number are recommended to be included on the application form.
• The Institute is not responsible for any disadvantages incurred when needed information is not included or is incorrect on the application form.
• The schedule for this recruitment can be subject to change, and candidates will be notified of such changes no later than 3 days before the deadline of the application or selection process.
- If a suitable candidate is not found, the Institute may postpone the recruitment.
- For more information, please visit our website www.nie.re.kr or contact Hera by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and at +82-41-950-5928 (Tel).
Long Beach, CA, United States
Zekelman Industries is seeking an Environmental Manager, based out of our Western Tube facility in Long Beach, California.
Reporting to the Director of Environmental Affairs, this person is responsible for the environmental reporting and compliance for the company's manufacturing facility located in California, United States. Other responsibilities include the preparation of calculations, cost estimates, environmental impact data and related documentation and presentations. Assignments require occasional independent evaluation, selection, adaptation and modification to standard environmental techniques, procedures, and criteria.
Key Tasks & Responsibilities:
Provides support and on-going management of various environmental projects including storm water, waste/process water, hazardous and California-hazardous waste streams, environmental compliance, environmental clean-up, construction, and facility improvement projects.
Performs project fieldwork, conducts minor survey tasks, collect and prepare samples for environmental sampling. Order tests and inspections to compare to current standards. Prepares technical reports for review agencies of various levels.
Assists with the procurement and administration of consultant and contractor services. Monitors construction and vendor activities to assure contractual compliance for specific environmental service projects.
Participates in project technical meetings and prepare written minutes and reports as required. Prepare presentations for diverse audiences. Provides technical support at agency meetings.
Maintains and updates environmental documents, tank monitoring records, and project technical files by recording, tracking, and reporting project and/or operating data.
Provides guidance and training regarding environmental management, pollution prevention, and compliance issues specific to California regulations. Participates in environmental site inspections and audits. Provides technical assistance during spills and other environmental emergencies including potential environmental liabilities.
Provides persons responsible for preparing regulated wastes for shipment the proper training to complete documentation.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Demonstrated knowledge of environmental legislation (Federal and California specifc), resource conservation, pollution prevention practices and engineering principles.
Demonstrated knowledge of environmental monitoring, mitigation principles and compliance with environmental guidelines.
Ability to prioritize assignments, meet deadlines while completing and coordinating concurrent inter-jurisdictional projects.
Ability to interpret, prepare and present information from engineering plans, specifications, drawings and current government legislation.
Ability and willingness to perform fieldwork and prepare drawings/documentation.
Ability to perform environmental calculations, analyze and present data, document and present conclusions.
Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with employees, supervisors, consultants, the public and third party advocacy groups.
Demonstrated knowledge of reporting requirements including the annual air permit reporting, waste class registration, and water discharge reporting.
Ability to travel to various Zekelman Industries locations throughout the US
Education & Experience:
5-7 years' experience in managing environmental and regulatory compliance in a manufacturing facility in the State of California.
Bachelor's degree in environmental science or related field (chemistry, engineering, etc.)
Zekelman Industries offers competitive compensation and excellent benefits, including low cost, high quality medical and dental benefits. In addition, we have a bonus plan, a 401(k) plan with a generous company match, immediate vesting and much more.
We are Zekelman Industries.
We manufacture superior quality tubular and related products, and provide outstanding service for our valued customers.
We seek to continuously advance the skills and opportunities of our employees, utilizing the latest technology and management tools available to consistently increase profitability and the enterprise value of Zekelman Industries and of our customers.
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