Chevron is accepting online applications for the position of HES Specialist/Advisor - Air and GHG Reporting located in Bakersfield, CA through December 9
, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).Overview
This position leads or supports air and greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting by collaborating with other Chevron HES specialists, internal stakeholders, and business partners. Responsibilities
for this position may include but are not limited to:
Leads or supports corporate and California state/federal air and GHG emissions reporting, including: tracking regulatory developments.
Assesses proposed regulations for business impact.
Determines applicability of regulatory requirements.
Developins/executes implementation plans for new/modified requirements.
Maintains lists of air and GHG-related data requirements.
Communicates requirements to key stakeholders; and updating monitoring plans.
Conducts air and GHG emission data gathering, process flow diagram reviews, emissions calculations, report preparation, quality reviews, and verification activities.
Leads or participates in advocacy efforts on proposed air/GHG regulations (e.g., methane).
Establishes and maintains strong working relationships with regulatory agencies (California Air Resources Board, San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency), industry partners, trade associations (e.g., WSPA), and internal stakeholders. Required Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in HES or related engineering discipline and relevant GHG reporting experience.
Strong computer skills including: data / database management and all Microsoft Office-based applications (especially Excel).
Ability to analyze data and develop solutions for air and GHG reporting.
Strong organization and time management skills.
Ability to continually evaluate existing processes and implement improvement opportunities.
Strong working knowledge of California state/federal air and GHG reporting requirements and environmental compliance programs associated with oil and gas operations.
Experience using California state/federal air and GHG reporting systems.
Understanding of oil production processes, facilities and equipment.
Ability to develop strong working relationships with regulatory agencies.
Ability to generate technical and other data to support advocacy positions.
Ability to effectively communicate with all levels of business unit employees, business partners, and regulators.
Excellent verbal, written & presentation skills.
Ability to train and mentor junior and senior employees on air and GHG reporting systems and processes.