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National Park Service Everglades National Park, Florida, USA
Sep 22, 2018
Temporary
9 vacancies in the following locations: Everglades City, FL -  3 vacancies Flamingo, FL -  6 vacancies Summary These positions are located in Everglades National Park, in the Interpretation Division. Temporary not to exceed 1039 hours in a service year may be terminated sooner or extended depending on management needs. Open to the first 100 applicants or until 09/25/2018 whichever comes first. All applications submitted by 11:59 (EST) on the closing day will receive consideration. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Incumbent will conduct research on topics for purpose of providing interpretative programs, both orally and/or in writing. Present a variety of formal and informal programs including orientation talks, environmental education programs, conduct walks, demonstrations and campfire programs. Inform visitors about the park facilities and resources. Area Information: The Gulf Coast district is located on the northwestern side of the park, and includes much of the Ten Thousand Islands. The visitor center is in Everglades City; a small town 35 miles southeast of Naples. The town has restaurants, a small grocery store, a couple of gas stations, and an outlet of the county library. Surrounded by water, Everglades City is a great place for boating and fishing, whether in a flats boat or paddling vessel. The waters and islands are home to dolphins, manatees, and shore birds and offer outstanding wilderness experiences. There is no public transit available either to the park or inside park boundaries or to Everglades City. Winter temperatures are mild averaging 75 to 85 degrees. Evening temperatures can be in the 60s and 70s. Winter is the dry season. Summer temperatures are hot averaging between 90 and 94 degrees. Evening temperatures can dip down into the 70s. Summer is the wet season; rain with thunderstorms is very common. Hot humid weather makes the area perfect habitat for biting and stinging insects, mosquitoes and sand flies can be intense no matter the time of year. Duty Station: Flamingo District, Flamingo, FL The Flamingo District is centered at the southern tip of mainland Florida in the middle of Everglades National Park. The Flamingo Visitor Center is in the same location. Flamingo is also the site of a small store and fuel sales. The nearest towns of Homestead and Florida City, about 50 miles by road from Flamingo, have a wide variety of stores and services, including groceries, gas, medical services, etc. Flamingo is a great place for boating and fishing (by motorboat, canoe or kayak), hiking, wildlife observation, and backcountry camping. The area is home to crocodiles and alligators, manatees, dolphins, sea turtles, a variety of birds, and many species of Caribbean trees. There is no public transit available to Flamingo. Winter temperatures are mild, averaging 75 to 85 degrees. Evening temperatures can be in the 60s or 70s. Winter is the dry season. In certain winters mosquitoes and other biting insects can be present. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
GE Clearwater, FL, USA
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
Location(s):  United States; Alabama, California, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, New York, Texas, Virginia; Clearwater Role Summary: Under general direction, specialist will assist the company in creating a safe working environment for all employees by maintaining comprehensive environmental, health and safety (EHS) programs for manufacturing and engineering facilities. The position provides technical expertise and tactical resolution to ensure compliance with EHS regulations, company policies and standards,and best practices. Ideal candidate will champion proactive initiatives to positively influence site safety culture. Essential Responsibilities: In addition, as the EHS Specialist, you will: Perform daily / routine audits to identify unsafe conditions and at-risk behaviors, and environmental issues Provide day-to-day EHS support for manufacturing and engineering facilities Assist manager to ensure compliance with external / internal audits and Federal, State, County safety regulations Respond to and investigate events including: injuries and near-miss events. Drive closure of effective corrective / preventive actions Drive accountability with all functions and associates to aggressively reduce accident and injuries Facilitate employee and contractor training Create, review, and implement safety risk assessments Implement and lead safety committee to increase levels of safety performance Engage and influence leadership support in an EHS-first culture Review & investigate all employee exposures and injuries; develop action plans to reduce incident rates Apply ergonomic principles to improve workstations and minimize injuries Enter information into Gensuite applications Execute routine but complex analysis to include producing reports, conducting meetings, reporting findings to management, and following up to ensure items are correcte Provide functional expertise and take action for facility to attain ISO 45001 or equivalent certification Manage multiple projects and other responsibilities simultaneously Adapt to changing priorities Make decisions with speed and accuracy based on available information Team effectively with cross-functional members Perform other standard EHS Specialist duties as required Work with unyielding personal integrity Qualifications/Requirements:  BS or BA in Occupational Safety and Health, Environmental Engineering or related field from an accredited university or college (Or a High School Diploma / GED with a minimum of 4 years of experience in Environmental Health & Safety) ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENT(S): This role is restricted to U.S. persons (i.e., U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and other protected individuals under the Immigration and Naturalization Act, 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3)) due to access to export-controlled technology. GE will require proof of status prior to employment Thorough knowledge of Federal / State / Industry safety and occupational health regulations & management systems Broad knowledge of all governmental regulations applicable to the effective performance of the duties and responsibilities outlined for this position Desired Characteristics: Working towards Safety, Health, or Environmental certification (ASP, CSP, COSS, CIH, CDG, etc.) First Aid and CPR certified Ability to track trends and produce annual reporting to government agencies as required by regulations Knowledge of Gensuite applications Excellent communicator to employees, employers and public officials Team player with strong interpersonal, program, and project management skills Ability to prioritize and drive multiple programs Competency using Microsoft Office and other standard office PC applications Must be extremely organized and keep accurate record and documentation Aptitude for planning and implementing employee programs Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Installation Management Command Fort Jackson, Colombia, South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
Summary About the Position:   This is a PERMANENT position as an Environmental Protection Specialist with the Directorate of Public Works, Fort Jackson, SC. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Serves as an Environmental Protection Specialist with responsibility for overall management of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) program. Tracks NEPA document review and approval status. Consolidates and provides final NEPA requirements to proponent. Maintains SharePoint site and database of all NEPA documentation related to the project. Tracks inspections, including any corrective actions and correspondence, and provides inspection status reports. Acquires all information needed to prepare or evaluate NEPA documents, such as project descriptions, scopes of work, performance work statements, site maps, safety data sheets, equipment specifications, asbestos surveys, and laboratory analyses. Conducts multi-media environmental assessments to determine compliance with Federal, State, local and military regulations, and Fort Jackson specific policy and guidance documents. Conducts inspections of project areas, construction sites and field project sites to ensure compliance requirements and mitigation measures. Travel Required Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel up to 10% for this position. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Arlington, County of Arlington, VA, USA
Sep 22, 2018
Internship- Paid
Position Information Arlington County Management Intern This is a one-year, full-time, paid Internship Program   Who we are? Arlington County is an exciting, innovative local government entity located in Northern Virginia. We are seeking a highly motivated individual for an exciting one-year Management Internship. This position offers a career opportunity to a qualified individual with little or no previous professional work experience to help them prepare for a career as a communications or public relations professional. This Internship will offer a new college graduate or currently enrolled graduate student with an in-depth, hands-on learning opportunity in an area critical to supporting a local government structure. What you will do? Over the course of a year, Management Interns work under the supervision of senior staff members to gain valuable on-the-job training and real-world work experience. They support the County's efforts to consistently work toward greater efficiency and effectiveness by offering improved processes and fresh ideas, and by leveraging smart technologies, while becoming familiar with the public sector work environment as a viable and fulfilling career path. Who you are? A recent (2017 or 2018) college graduate who has earned a Bachelor's or Master's degree OR is currently enrolled in a Master's degree program or will complete the requirements for the Bachelor's or Master's degree before the starting date of work. Management Interns may not have professional work experience related to the internship. In addition, the successful candidate will also meet the following criteria: Willingness to explore and follow best practices; Self-motivated and a desire to excel; Excellent analytical, quantitative, and problem-solving abilities; Ability to manage multiple projects and/or tasks and easily switch focus as required; Ability to research and understand technical documentation; Outstanding interpersonal skills - ability to interact effectively with many levels of staff and to express ideas articulately, verbally, and in writing to a variety of audiences; Exceptional attention to detail and strong organizational and planning skills; and Strong customer service skills. Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) The Public Relations Unit in Arlington County's Department of Parks and Recreation is hiring a Management Intern. The unit promotes all things fun and engaging in Arlington: playgrounds, parks, trails, nature centers, July 4, County Fair, camps, recreation classes, and more. The Public Relations Management Intern will support the implementation and management of a comprehensive, integrated public relations program that includes: media relations, digital communications, publication development, civic engagement, graphic design, internal communications, community outreach, and event management.  Responsibilities include: Draft and edit press releases, news and special feature articles, eNews, calendar listings, fact sheets and talking points; Create public information or educational materials to disseminate program information to the public, citizens, business, interest groups and other stakeholders; Assist with designing special events, coordinating event publicity and event logistics; Present to groups regarding projects, procedures or general information about departmental programs or initiatives; Develop engaging press releases, flyers, web and print content using InDesign, Illustrator, Publisher and/or WordPress. Edit   55+ Guide, Enjoy Arlington , various eNews and other publications as needed; Creates photos, images, text and video to post on DPR social media to support the department's facilities, events, programs and services; and Apply data analytics to compile and develop reports including the analysis and synthesis of moderately complex data including from social media. Selection Criteria Minimum:   A Bachelor's or Master's degree (minimum GPA of 3.0) within the past year (2017 and/or 2018) in the area of studies listed below; must be currently enrolled in a Master's degree program, or must complete the requirements for the Bachelor's or Master's degree before starting date of work. Management Interns may not have professional work experience related to the internship. DPR Public Relations Intern:    Bachelor's degree completed in Communications, Public Relations, Marketing, Public Affairs or related field and demonstrated skills in writing, editing, oral communications, digital communications, formatting, layout, and design.  Desirables:   Preference may be given to candidates with one or more of the following: Strong ability using the Microsoft Office Suite; Taking quality photographs and videos and upload edited images; Experience with WordPress, web development, social marketing, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator or Premier; and Creating presentations in Prezi and Windows Movie Maker. Special Requirements Applicant must possess, or obtain by time of appointment, a valid motor vehicle operator's license from the applicant's place of residence.  An offer of employment may be contingent upon a favorable review of the applicant's driving record. Additional Information Work hours:   Monday through Friday. 40 hours per week may vary between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Weekend and evenings hours will be flexed into the schedule to support special events. Management Interns are eligible for health, dental, and leave benefits. Completion of the Supplemental Questionnaire is required as part of the application process for this position.   Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Alstom Vallejo, CA, USA
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
This position acts as the primary EHS expert within the Alstom North America Services business based at Alstom’s growing facility in Vallejo, CA.  The position will responsible for developing, implementing and administering a comprehensive EHS program for the Vallejo location, and will also serve as the principal subject matter expert regarding EHS issues for rules and regulations of multiple regulatory agencies including the U.S. OSHA, Cal-OSHA, U.S. DOT (Federal Railroad Administration), U.S. EPA among others for all the Services business locations in North America. Primary considerations for the positions are to: Ensure/provide a safe and healthy work place for our employees and contractors. Minimize impacts on the Environment (environmental footprint of operations & management of historical pollution). Protect Alstom assets and reduce risks of business interruption resulting from fire and natural catastrophes Ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations and to protect Alstom’s Corporate reputation. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Facebook Menlo Park, CA, USA
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
Facebook is seeking a Sustainability Project Manager to join the Strategic Engineering & Design team. This role will be responsible for ensuring our growing fleet of data centers consistently incorporate design elements and construction practices that conserve resources, boost wellness, and support a green economy. The successful candidate will have strong experience driving the LEED process and be familiar with a wide range of international green building programs. This position is full-time and located in our Menlo Park office. RESPONSIBILITIES Communicate sustainability requirements to design teams and coordinate with LEED consultants to assure sustainability objectives are incorporated into the design Develop tools and resources that help design and construction teams streamline implementation of our sustainability goals Research and pilot new technologies that improve occupant health and lower our environmental footprint Balance short-term priorities while understanding and tracking industry standards and emerging trends to drive long-term strategy Up to 25% travel MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree in architecture, engineering, construction management, environmental studies, or a related field 5+ years of work experience managing corporate sustainability programs with an emphasis on the built environment and supply chain management Knowledge and experience with design and construction program management process LEED Green Associate credential PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS LEED AP Master’s degree Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Amazon Sunnyvale, CA, USA
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
DESCRIPTION Amazon Lab126 is an inventive research and development company that designs and engineers high-profile consumer electronics. Lab126 began in 2004 as a subsidiary of Amazon.com, Inc., originally creating the best-selling Kindle family of products. Since then, we have produced groundbreaking devices like Fire tablets, Fire TV and Amazon Echo. What will you help us create? The Role: We are currently seeking an Environmental Compliance Program Manager to join our team. We are looking for an experienced professional to drive the environmental compliance program, with a focus on REACH, RoHS, Prop65, WEEE, Battery, and packaging. The qualified professional will combine high-level, strategic consulting along with a strong technical foundation. This position will support the overall environmental business, sustainability, and hazards chemical objectives. The Environmental Compliance Program Manager is responsible for evaluating, tracking and documenting our compliance with all appropriate directives, standards, and laws. Environmental Compliance. They will perform a full range of moderate to complex duties including collecting, segregating, storing and documenting compliance product testing and hazardous chemicals used by Amazon suppliers in production of our products. Candidates must be motivated self-starter that can work both independently and with others in a fast paced, ambiguous environment. Responsibilities: · Working with our Engineers, Legal, and suppliers to ensure global environmental compliance for our products. Advise cross-functional teams on environmental compliance issues, solutions, and provide alternative substance choices. · Enforce compliance with worldwide restricted substance requirements such as RoHS 2, REACH and · Conflict Minerals and perform audits to ensure requirements are complied with and followed. ·   WEEE, Packaging and Battery recycling management. Manage reporting, payment and registration obligations with recyclers and regulating authorities. · Managed Compliance Improvement process internally to streamline and improve compliance policies · Implement new concepts for lifecycle assessment. · Train and promote awareness of environmental and quality requirements by working with the internal team, suppliers, and contract manufacturer staff. · Interpretation of laws and legislation and how they impact the business. · Oversee Materials database. Define compliance metrics and take necessary corrective actions when issues identified. · Working with Environmental Program Managers, Legal and Product Managers to establish the appropriate Environmental Compliance scope of work for each product. · Developing collaborative working relationships with Amazon contract manufacturers, component suppliers, and 3rd party test vendors. Working with the supply chain suppliers to ensure Amazon products comply with environmental laws, regulations, and drive process improvements. · Maintain the Environmental Compliance database to track and store environmental compliance evidence. Evaluate, recommend and drive implementation of hardware/ software solutions for environmental compliance needs. · Establishing and updating processes, specifications, and/or policies for Environmental Compliance, sustainability, and hazardous chemicals in the production processes. Travel up to 10% per year. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS · A minimum of 5 years’ experience within environmental compliance. · A minimum of 1 year experience with ISO 9000 family of standards preferred. · Thorough understanding of RoHS, WEEE, REACH, Conflict Minerals, Battery Directives, China RoHS and sustainability programs. · Must have exceptional skill at organizing tasks and efficiently managing their time. · Excellent oral and written communication skills. · Ability to generate logically constructed and complete process and procedures. · Excellent project management skills. · Working knowledge of product configuration management practices (BOMs, specifications, ECR/ECO/MCO, part numbers, rules of interchangeability). · Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering Discipline PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS · Strong leadership skills and ability to assume leadership role with cross-functional peers · Results-oriented/self-directed ability to drive change · Strong team player and ability to build relationships with cross functional partners · Detail oriented with the ability to see how the details fit into the overall, big picture · Proven problem solving skills, project management skills, attention to detail, and exceptional organizational skills · Basic understanding of Database software (including relational structure of data sets) SQL is a plus Lab126 is part of the Amazon.com, Inc. group of companies and is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation.
BL Companies Camp Hill, PA, USA
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
JOB DESCRIPTION: At BL Companies, we are a team-oriented, 100% employee-owned company that continually strives for excellence in providing integrated professional services. All our employee owners have a definite stake in what we do and how we do it, and each member of our staff benefits directly - financially and professionally - from their own hard work. We are seeking candidates to fill the following positions in our Site Assessment and Remediation Group.  Staff Scientist (1-3 years’ experience) Responsibilities include the completion of Phase I ESAs, Phase II/ Site Investigations, Remedial Action Plans including the supervision of drilling subcontractors, logging soil borings, well installation, soil and ground water sampling, adherence to field health and safety protocols, field documentation, analysis of environmental data, and technical report writing.  Project Scientist (5-8 years’ experience) Responsibilities include the development of Phase II, Act 2 and UST site investigation work scopes and estimates, proposal writing, scheduling and supervision of field staff, remediation and soils management oversight, technical report writing including Phase I, II, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS: Bachelor’s Degree in Geology, Environmental Science, Engineering, or related scientific or technical field OSHA HAZWOPER 40-hour Certification Knowledge and experience with the Tank regulations and PA Act 2 Program. Strong oral and written communication skills Ability to manage contractors in the field Willingness to travel Proficiency in AutoCAD and/or GIS a plus Ability to oversee all field activities in accordance with company health and safety policies Ability to complete multiple projects within short time frames Experience with property conditions assessments and hazardous building materials inspections a plus BENEFITS BL is an Employee-Owned Company and offers a comprehensive, highly-competitive employee benefit package, which further demonstrates our commitment to our staff. Click  2018 BL Benefits Summary   to view our benefits brochure   Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Alstom Taipei, TW
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
The Railway industry today is characterized by both a strong and sustained growth across the world. The trends that drive this are well known: With 6B€ of Sales and around 30,000 employees based in over 60 countries, Alstom  develop & market the most complete range of systems, equipment and services offered today in the railway sector. Today we offer our customers solutions that feature a seamless blend of diverse technologies, ensuring optimal interfaces, along with flexible implementation and real synergy in innovation. Insure the regulatory monitoring and a rigorous respect of the Consortium Coordination EHS Management Plan regarding safety(security) of the people and regarding the working conditions taking into consideration, each Partner being responsible for the EHS on sound own scope, for his staff and his subcontractors/suppliers, according to the local regulation, as described below:  Produce KPI (Clients Complaints follow up, HS indicators) Watch EHS Risk Analyses for all jobs performed by project teams and establish and Implement mitigation measures to these risks. Upon information reported by the Partners & their respective EHS Managers, establish according to the frequency to be defined in the EHS Program, a Consortium balance sheet (assessment) Hygiene and Safety(Security) on the basis of the analyses of the possible incidents and the past accidents or deviations and prepare/maintain the Consortium management review/report to be communicated to the Consortium Project Director, Upon information reported by the Partners  & their respective EHS Managers, establish a balance sheet(assessment) Environment and prepare the Consortium management review to be communicated to the Consortium Project Director Coordinate with the Partners & their respective EHS Managers and participate, with the occupational medicine, security correspondents' network, general services, in the study of the accidents or the incidents, and in the elaboration of the means of accident prevention and improvement of the working conditions. Coordinate  with the Partners & their respective EHS Managers the establishment and implementation and then the monitoring of the Program of prevention to avoid the incidents and the accidents (Arrange training sessions for any specific activity) Propose to the Partners & their respective EHS Managers and assure the implementation of the environmental action plans Secure the implementation & training-of the Partners & their respective EHS Managers (and employees when needed) to Security and Environmental requirements, Coordinate  with the Partners & their respective EHS Managers the definition of the needs/means regarding operational control/monitoring regarding emergency situations Keep up to date the indicators of the Consortium Management system of the Environment Assure & Coordinates with the Partners & their respective EHS Managers the management of occupational accidents (insurer law, premiums, statistics) Check & Control the efficiency of the system and implementation of the processes agreed through  audits performed at Partners level, Propose to Partners & their respective EHS Managers and implement in coordination with them, where necessary, existing working methods to reduce hazards; Monitor/check & implement with the Partners & their respective EHS Managers any changes in the local legislation and codes of practices Be informed about safety trends, accident information, best current practice and the latest safe working techniques as well as prevailing legislative requirements, in particular: Provide to Consortium Coordination team with appropriate training and suitable protective clothing and equipment; Participate in the meetings and assure the secretariat. Organize and lead the EHS Partners regular coordination meetings Liaise constantly  with the Customer/Engineer EHS Manager At Alstom Transport, we offer you the opportunity to unleash your potential and reinvent yourself. As a future employee, you will have a unique opportunity to drive our organization forward, while continuing to build your career and contribute to the expanding growth of the global railway industry.  More information about Alstom can be found at:   www.alstom.com Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Alstom Copenhagen, Denmark
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
Alstom is a worldwide supplier of complete railway signaling solutions, currently working on major contracts in Denmark. The Signaling Programme in Denmark involves the renewal of over 500 trains, including passenger, freight and work trains, with the ERTMS technology, as well as, the deployment of the trackside ERTMS level 2 technology on 9 lines over 600km of track in Sjælland and Fyn. The trackside project includes all signalling subsystems from Traffic Management System to Trackside Products. EHS Manager   Alstom Transport Danmark A/S is looking for a committed EHS Manager to support the Danish organization and be responsible for all environmental, health & safety processes and issues in the Danish organization. The role as EHS-Manager at Alstom Transport Denmark A/S involves strategic and operational work, so that the organization has tools and methods/routines (legal, contract- and company conditions) to fulfil internal and external demands. The role includes issues related to the working environment including railway safety and environment. An exciting position in an international company, where you will have the influence in driving environmental, health & safety issues. You will report to the Managing Director of Alstom Transport Danmark A/S and be part of the Management team. To thrive in the role as EHS Manager at Alstom, it is important to have good communication and collaboration skills and solid knowledge of EHS tasks. You also thrive in an international environment and deadlines can often be tight. In addition, we are looking for a person who is disciplined and structured and has a result-oriented focus. Experience with deliveries within the railway business will be an advantage.  Main tasks   Deploy EHS objectives, initiate and develop programs in line with Transport Strategy. Ensure that the EHS Management System is in line with Alstom EHS processes, country legal requirements and international standards. Work as an internal advisor and support to other departments and functions in EHS questions. Provide risk analysis and suggest mitigation on the basis of activity description given by the various managers. Participate in internal and external audits and contribute that deviations, remarks and observations are attended to Deliver EHS documentation to authorities, social partners, customers and internal partners. Prepare and deliver annual EHS strategy, project plans & training programs. Visits regularly to project sites and offices to identify EHS risks and issues. Conduct near misses reporting. Initiate and coordinate EHS education in coordination with managers. EHS surveys.  Qualifications   Substantial experience with managing EHS processes and issues. You can demonstrate the ability to develop, manage and drive EHS programs in an international environment. You have the ability to work effectively under pressure, to multi-task and to meet tight deadlines. Ability to motivate staff (currently two employees and a student worker). Excellent communication skills and be able to communicate complex EHS information in an understandable manner both verbally and in writing. Fluent in Danish and English. Valid driver’s license as you have to anticipate driving to our different sites in Denmark on a regular basis.
Amazon Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
Our Fulfilment Centre operations are at the heart of Amazon customer experience. Each action we undertake is done on behalf of our customers, as meeting their expectations makes us feel good. The EU Environment, Health and Safety function is part of the Operational teams and supports our Fulfilment Centres who are responsible for controlling the vast range of fast paced inventory from inbound to outbound and work very hard to ensure that our customers receive what they want, when they want it. For more information about Amazon Operations, visit our microsite: http://amazon-operations.eu/ Role: EU Environment Manager Here at Amazon we are currently we need an experienced Environment Professional to join the EU EHS team and play a critical role in leading the inclusion of Environmental excellence across our European network. The successful candidate will define and refine operational supportive environmental policy, review and approved new hazmat waste compliance processes and change initiatives as well as define best practice for energy efficiency and sustainability progression across the EU network. Establishment of EU Environment standards and procedures that are aligned with North American best practice, meeting European and individual country legal requirements at all times. Because of the nature of the position you will preferably be based in Luxembourg, where our European headquarters are but applicants outside of Luxembourg will be considered. Responsibilities : You will be managing a wide range of outputs, including; Liaison with other critical support functions such as Product Compliance Engineering/Facilities, Procurement, Learning and Development and New Build teams in order to effective deliver the mission critical, wide ranging remit this roles cover aspects of output in your area: people management, metrics, productivity targets, and process improvements. The extent of your duties will include: - Ensure Hazmat Waste policy and process for product storage meets all EU regulation requirements across all 7 operating regions -Provide expert guidance on environmental compliance in all 7 regions, including energy efficiency best practice · Creation of key policy documents for high potential and high frequency risks across Amazon EU operations · Provide functional access and working links with other Environmental critical functional teams including; Product Compliance, Retail, Engineering, Facilities, Procurement, Learning and Development. · Update existing policy and procedure documents and ensure operational strategy is delivered and that key elements of other critical functional processes are aligned to achieve continuously improving environmental performance · Provide input and technical expertise to FC design, specification and launch processes to ensure ‘right first time’ environmental outcomes · Support the EU EHS Director in delivery of central EHS pro-active objectives · Provide technical input to change projects, build outs and development projects and act as a technical expert for the EU Environmental function · Generate regular technical updates for the EU EHS Director and wider HS team · Support functional development projects with technical expertise to ensure on time delivery of the EU Environmental strategy objectives · Be a key contributor to the EU EHS strategy and help create functional development programs for EHS and other key central functions · Deliver key pro-active objectives for EU EHS as part of role objectives · Establish key pro-active performance metrics for the Environmental Compliance across the EU operational theatre – focusing on ‘right first time’ approach · Providing monthly management reports for the EU EHS director on a ‘dashboard’ format with agreed operational agreed statistics. · Supporting business change through effective influencing of change management processes within EU operations. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS The successful candidate will be or have: · BSc in Environmental Science or Environmental Management degree - NEBOSH Specialist Diploma in Environmental Management or EU equivalent - Experience, preferably gained in a low margin, high volume environment with warehousing and logistics beneficial · Educated to degree level · Chartered Member of AIEMA or equivalent EU organisation · Flexible approach to work, able to manage own priorities, workload and European travel · Credibility and be able to effectively engage and influence other functional leaders and their teams, to build buy-in to EU Env strategies and change processes · Used to operating at all levels of the organisation from warehouse floor to senior management level · Excellent communication and influencing skills – result orientated and tenacious · An in-depth understanding of essential/relevant EU & UK Environmental legislation · Demonstrable record of driving significant change through an operation PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS · Lean, 5S, Behavioural Change and Kaizen experience · Safety qualification/experience an advantage Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
GE Waukesha, WI, USA
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
Location(s):   Austria, Canada, United States; Wisconsin; Waukesha, Welland, Jenbach or any bigger DP location Role Summary: This role is responsible for EHS compliance, ensuring a safe work environment, protecting the environment and minimizing accident risks at our Distributed Power Sites globally. In this role, you will integrate and develop processes that meet site and business needs, manage issues within functional area(s) of expertise, be involved in long-term planning, and contribute to the business EHS strategy. Essential Responsibilities: Execute and ensure site operations are in compliance with all federal, state, and local EHS regulatory and EHS management system requirements Develop and communicate across direct organization site EHS imperatives, goals and initiatives Collaborate with operations to drive implementation of programs such management of change and stop work that drive a proactive and positive safety culture Lead EHS projects from funding through implementation Conduct learning teams in response to EHS events and conduct/validate accident investigations to determine root cause and proactive solutions Conduct EHS audits in support of compliance assurance activities Provide tactical issue resolution and training at the facility level Support business EHS leader on execution of business EHS priorities Qualifications/Requirements: An Engineering degree, BSc, Ph.D., Master of Science or equivalent (e.g. chemical or environmental engineering, physics etc.) Profound, professional level experience in interpreting and applying Global Laws and regulations, Austria, Canada, and USA preferred High integrity with desire to make an impact in the organization, always with a customer focused approach Demonstrated leadership capabilities and keen interest in people management and implementation of EHS in matrix organizations Team-oriented leadership style with good communication and interpersonal skills to embrace challenge and encourage teams to go the extra mile when needed Strong project leader, structured and well organized; excellent prioritizing skills Strong EHS management experience in a manufacturing facility, preferably chemical industry or related Communication and negotiation experience with EHS regulators Sound knowledge of process- and construction safety Well-grounded background in Environmental, Health and Safety programs Strong computer skills Legal work authorization to work is required. GE will not sponsor an individual for an employment visa now or in the future for this role. Please note, additional information dependent on hiring location: Austria: We put great emphasis on providing our employees with recognition, flexibility, competitive and fair compensation, as well as numerous other benefits. According to Austrian law, job postings need to include the minimum salary for a position. For this position, the minimum salary based on the collective agreement is EUR 4272.17 gross per month. We will be pleased to discuss the appropriate effective salary based on your qualifications and experience. Hungary: Successful applicant will be legally eligible to enter into an employment relationship under the laws of Hungary. United States: GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Chazen Companies Poughkeepsie, NY, USA
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
Description The Chazen Companies seeks a mid-career  Environmental Consulting Sciences professiona l to join our site remediation team at The Chazen Companies. Responsibilities include active  business development, project management,  and augmenting our  technical consulting  capacity in the remediation arena. The position can be based from any of our New York State offices although the Poughkeepsie location would be preferred. A valid driver's license is required and periodic travel is expected. This position includes a potential for career advancement into a program leadership role. The experienced professional best suited for this role will have  consulting experience  and a proven track record as a s eller-doer that includes active client and business development and project management.   A strong familiarity with the regulations (40CFR,ECL27) regulatory programs (IHWDS, BCP, VCP and OER e-programs), and experience with the design, installation, and operation of remediation technologies including ERH, VES, ECP desired. Group leadership skills are also expected. A BA/MS degree in core environmental science with 12+ years of related experience is required. The Chazen Companies is an employee-owned multi-disciplinary firm with deep technical expertise in engineering, surveying, environmental, planning and landscape architecture services throughout our NY offices in Poughkeepsie, Troy, Queensbury, and White Plains and Nashville, TN. Celebrating more than 70 years of stellar service, we continue our tradition of focus on creating effective, long-term partnerships and delivering world class levels of performance for our clients.  We are regularly recognized by our employees as a Best Place to Work and consistently win workplace excellence awards.  We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits program including an ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Program), training, professional development, membership in professional associations and much more. All of our offices provide employees with a relaxed, collegial and professional working atmosphere.   The Chazen Companies is an Equal Opportunity Employer  Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
BL Companies King Of Prussia, PA
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
Job Location :  King Of Prussia, PA   Camp Hill, PA , Meriden, CT JOB DESCRIPTION: At BL Companies, we are a team-oriented, 100% employee-owned company that continually strives for excellence in providing integrated professional services. All our employee owners have a definite stake in what we do and how we do it, and each member of our staff benefits directly - financially and professionally - from their own hard work.  BL Companies is a multi-disciplined, ENR Top 500 consulting firm, with immediate career opportunities available for dynamic, qualified professionals. We are seeking candidates to join our growing Environmental Site Assessment and Remediation Group. Responsibilities include: Completion of Phase I site assessments. Phase II site investigation Remediation projects in a variety of project settings Supervision of drilling subcontractors and subcontractor oversight. Logging soil borings, well installation, field sample collection, Field documentation, analysis of environmental data, technical report writing, Management of field health and safety, and subcontractor oversight. EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS: Experience and Skills: BS Degree in Engineering, Geology, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental  Science, or related scientific or technical field OSHA HAZWOPER 40-hour Certification 1-3 years of experience in conducting environmental due diligence investigations Strong oral and written communication skills Thorough knowledge of State and Federal laws and regulations. Experience in field sampling of environmental media (soil, water, air, waste) Computer literacy skills including proficiency in industry standard software Proficiency in AutoCad and/or GIS a plus Ability to perform all field activities in accordance with company health and safety policies Ability to complete multiple projects within short timeframes BENEFITS BL is an Employee-Owned Company and offers a comprehensive, highly-competitive employee benefit package, which further demonstrates our commitment to our staff. Click  2018 BL Benefits Summary   to view our benefits brochure Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
BL Companies Melville, NY, USA
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
JOB DESCRIPTION: At BL Companies, we are a team-oriented, 100% employee-owned company that continually strives for excellence in providing integrated architectural, engineering, land surveying and environmental professional services. All of our employee owners have a definite stake in what we do and how we do it, and each member of our staff benefits directly—financially and professionally—from their own hard work. BL Companies is a multi-disciplined, ENR Top 500 consulting firm, with immediate career opportunities available for dynamic, qualified professionals. Position responsibilities include a high focus on marketing/business development, resource and workload planning and managing the successful delivery of projects.  EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS: The selected candidate will be an environmental scientist, having 15 years’ experience in the successful project management of large complex multi-disciplined projects. The candidate will also have experience with the direct management of employees including other Project Managers, and a demonstrated success in winning new business. This individual will work closely with BL’s Sr. Management to expand the company’s footprint in these regions, through business development, client management and successful project delivery. The candidate will also participate in BL’s leadership development programs and will have a unique opportunity to make a broad and significant contribution to BL’s growth while advancing their leadership skills. BENEFITS BL is an Employee-Owned Company and offers a comprehensive, highly-competitive employee benefit package, which further demonstrates our commitment to our staff. Click  2018 BL Benefits Summary   to view our benefits brochure Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
BL Companies Norwood, MA, USA
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
JOB DESCRIPTION: At BL Companies, we are a team-oriented, 100% employee-owned company that continually strives for excellence in providing integrated architectural, engineering, land surveying and environmental professional services. All of our employee owners have a definite stake in what we do and how we do it, and each member of our staff benefits directly—financially and professionally—from their own hard work. BL Companies is a multi-disciplined, ENR Top 500 consulting firm with immediate career opportunities available for dynamic, qualified professionals. Position responsibilities include a high focus on marketing/business development, resource and workload planning and managing the successful delivery of projects.   EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS: The selected candidate will be an environmental scientist, having 15 years’ experience in the successful project management of large complex multi-disciplined projects. The candidate will also have experience with the direct management of employees including other Project Managers, and a demonstrated success in winning new business. This individual will work closely with BL’s Sr. Management to expand the company’s footprint in these regions, through business development, client management and successful project delivery. The candidate will also participate in BL’s leadership development programs and will have a unique opportunity to make a broad and significant contribution to BL’s growth while advancing their leadership skills. BENEFITS BL is an Employee-Owned Company and offers a comprehensive, highly-competitive employee benefit package, which further demonstrates our commitment to our staff. Click  2018 BL Benefits Summary   to view our benefits brochure Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
BL Companies Hartford, CT, USA
Sep 22, 2018
Full time
JOB DESCRIPTION: At BL Companies, we are a team-oriented, 100% employee-owned company that continually strives for excellence in providing integrated professional services. All our employee owners have a definite stake in what we do and how we do it, and each member of our staff benefits directly—financially and professionally—from their own hard work. BL Companies has an exciting opportunity available for a Senior Environmental Planner to join the Engineering / Transportation Team in our Hartford, CT office. The Senior Environmental Planner will collaborate with Project Managers, Engineers and Scientists on the implementation of project scopes of work related to environmental documentation and permitting. These scopes may include conducting and / or gathering information from staff and project scientists regarding general field assessments including, but not limited to wetlands, coastal resources, flood hazard areas, noise and air quality, wildlife and endangered species / habitat assessments and surveys, land use studies, conformity with state and local plans for conservation and development, census and traffic data, socio-economic studies, environmental justice communities, hazardous sites, historical/archaeological studies, Section 4(f) resources and Section 106 and parkland impact assessments. Additionally, the Sr. Planner will complete cost estimates, coordinate fieldwork, completes project information analysis, research, field investigations and report preparation to support the completion of environmental documentation under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), State level environmental documentation as well as Federal, State and local permits within various states, and other related projects. The candidate will also participate in BL’s leadership development programs and will have a unique opportunity to make a broad and significant contribution to BL’s growth while advancing their leadership skills. EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS: Bachelor’s degree in Natural Science or Environmental or Public Policy, i.e. Biology, Ecology, Geology, Marine Studies, Hydrology, Wildlife Biology, other environmental policy or environmental science related degree. 8 or more years of experience in Natural Science or Environmental or Public Policy or related field. AICP (American Institute of Certified Planners) Certification preferred. Proficiency in use of current BL platforms of AutoCAD, GIS, Microsoft Office products such as MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Knowledge of GIS and other software to compile mapping, prepare graphics and aid in permitting plan preparation. Understanding of NEPA and corresponding State level environmental documentation requirements. Knowledge of applicable environmental laws and regulations which apply to the scope of work.  BENEFITS BL is an Employee-Owned Company and offers a comprehensive, highly-competitive employee benefit package, which further demonstrates our commitment to our staff. Click  2018 BL Benefits Summary   to view our benefits brochure Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Patagonia Reno, NV, USA
Sep 21, 2018
Full time
General Summary The Environmental Activism Manager is responsible for implementing activism efforts company-wide. They are a core member of Patagonia’s campaigns and advocacy team, contributing to the development, strategy and execution of company campaigns and issue advocacy focused on raising awareness and generating action and positive change around environmental issues. They will act as a point person on key issues important to the company, and they will develop and implement educational materials and clinics that increase employee engagement in our campaigns.  The Environmental Activism Manager will oversee the retail and wholesale grants programs as well as the company’s clothing donation programs. They will supervise the Reno Environmental Team. Essential Job Functions Assist with the development and implementation of company environmental campaigns. Develop strategies in conjunction with our environmental team on how to effectively communicate the company’s environmental message. Oversee activities of District Environmental Coordinators (5 regional DEC’s) to support all of Patagonia’s environmental campaigns, grants, and Patagonia Action Works in the retail channel. Oversee the company’s retail and wholesale environmental grant programs. Make sure programs meet Patagonia ‘s environmental guidelines for funding. Create and manage yearly grants budgets. Oversee operation of the corporate, retail, and wholesale division clothing donation programs. Oversee Reno employee environmental activism programs, (Brainfoods, Enviro Activism Days, etc.). Network with environmental activists, among our grantees and outside of our grantee base, to stay informed on key issues and to collaborate and create partnerships with environmental groups and like-minded businesses around our company campaigns. Work with the Environmental Grants Manager to track and communicate the impact of retail and wholesale grant programs, through success stories and statistics, in our company publications, website, blog, catalogues, etc. Research current environmental issues as they pertain to on-going Patagonia environmental initiatives with an emphasis on local, state, and/or federal legislative actions and results. Distill this information and package it in an understandable and accessible form. Provide feedback to the Director of Campaigns and Advocacy. Actively participate in the planning and implementation of the bi-annual Tools for Grassroots Activist Conference. Act as a spokesperson for company environmental campaigns, inside and outside the company, working closely with the Environmental Team and Global PR team. Other Job Functions Respond to customer requests for information, questions and complaints about Patagonia’s environmental positions. Represent the Patagonia Reno Service Center in all things enviro in Reno (specifically), Nevada, and northeastern California. Assist in writing and editing environmental stories, emails, and action alerts, for the catalog, website and annual Environmental Initiatives Booklet. Physical Requirements Ability to travel 5-8 times per year, 2-4 days/ trip, to work with retail stores and Ventura headquarters. Must be able to sit and stand for extended periods of time. Ability to look at a computer screen for extended periods of time. Ability to maintain a composed and professional demeanor within a flexible and (at times noisy) work environment. Minimum Job Qualifications College Degree in a related field required. Working knowledge of and passion for global environmental issues. Minimum 5 years’ experience in the environmental movement or community activism including campaign development and strategy and grant making/reading/writing. Experience in training and organizing others. Understanding of the political process. Public speaking and/or public relations skills. Proficient with Outlook, Word, and Excel and a willingness to learn our Cybergrants database system. Comfortable with team-based work structure; ability to remain flexible to change within the work environment and scope of responsibility. Demonstrates initiative, is conscientious and provides complete follow-through on areas of responsibility. Able to work well under pressure and deadlines. Outdoor enthusiast and product user. Currently registered to vote. Sense of humor. Preferred Job Qualifications Has worked for or sat on the board of directors of an activist environmental organization. In-depth understanding of Patagonia and our retail and wholesale operations. Advanced database and grants program knowledge. Employee Conduct It is the responsibility of every employee to contribute to a positive work environment through cooperative and professional interactions with co-workers, customers and vendors. Equal Employment Opportunity All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, or any other factors prohibited by law.   Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Aunt Karen's Farm
Sep 21, 2018
Part time
Program & Operations Manager (starting early 2019) A year-round, part-time resident Program & Operations Manager is sought.  Responsibilities of the position include developing programs, cultivating professional affiliations and alliances, generating visibility, and increasing contributed and earned revenue in support of this vital center committed to new creative work and sustainable agricultural practice. The individual will also coordinate space usage, host guests, and assist the Founder in a range of administrative and operational tasks.   Overview of Aunt Karen’s Farm and the AKF Foundation Created in 1988, Aunt Karen’s Farm (AKF) is a multi-disciplinary, multi-generational organization which provides a quiet space for the development of new creative work and an environmentally sustainable agricultural program.  Participants include solo artists, families, small companies and educators. The Farm is located in Central NY and sits within the culturally rich and recreationally diverse Otsego County, 180 miles northwest of New York City; just 15 miles from Cooperstown’s attractions including the Museums, Glimmerglass Festival and the Baseball Hall of Fame; 12 miles from the Colleges in Oneonta; and 1 mile from Gilbert Lake State Park. The AKF Foundation was established to broaden opportunities for artists, administrators, educators and environmentalists.  Currently, Aunt Karen’s Farm maintains 112 acres of rural property including open fields, wooded areas and wetlands, as well as four residential facilities and three studios.  The farm has been used as a quiet writers’ retreat, an incubator space for the development of new works, a location for institutional planning and educational programs. The Farm is affiliated with SUNY Cobleskill to create a practicum farming program.    Ideal Candidate A highly motivated, entrepreneurial, self-starting individual who enjoys working with artists/educators/farmers and who appreciates a rural lifestyle. Education:   Bachelor’s degree, with master’s degree, preferred Experience:   Administrative leadership at an institution working directly with artists and/or other creative individuals, possibly within an arts or cultural organization, farmer’s cooperative, etc. Skills:   A broad range of skills ranging from practical computer skills and administrative abilities to long-range institutional planning and development; highly organized with a strong capacity for follow through a must.    Hours, Compensation, Housing The position requires an average of 20 hours per week with a variable schedule and has the potential to develop into a full-time position as programming and fundraising continue to advance. Compensation:   The Program and Operations Manager will be paid $1,500 per month ($18,000 per calendar year), plus provided free housing in the lower level apartment of a duplex.  The apartment has a living/dining room, full kitchen, two bedrooms, office space, laundry room, and a two-car garage. The Manager will have access to studios and other facilities as available. For the appropriately qualified candidate, SUNY-Cobleskill offers the opportunity of a part-time adjunct faculty position, with competitive compensation and health insurance. Additional part-time employment opportunities in the immediate area include Glimmerglass Festival, Fenimore Art Museum, Farmer’s Museum, Hartwick College and SUNY Oneonta, among others. AKF is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion.   Application Process Electronic submissions only. Please send   cover letter, résumé , and   three references   to Jessica Sizemore, Partner Relations Coordinator, Partners in Performance, at   jsizemore@partnersinperformance.us .
U.S. Forest Service Nevada, USA
Sep 21, 2018
Full time
Vacancy in the following locations: Elko County, NV Wells, NV Winnemucca, NV Summary The incumbent is responsible for developing, planning, organizing, and executing the botany program. The USDA Forest Service has legislative authority to recruit and fill Permanent (C areer/C areer-Conditional), Temporary, and Term Appointments under the USDA Demonstration Project. Under this authority, any U.S. citizen may apply. For additional information about the duties of these positions, please contact Joseph Garrotto at (775) 352-1215 or jgarrotto@fs.fed.us. Learn more about this agency Responsibilities Serves as a Botanist providing technical expert assistance to the unit in matters dealing with threatened, endangered and sensitive plant species and plant community and vegetation management. Provides advice and works with other federal land agencies and state agencies in developing sensitive plant lists and plan species management guidelines for plants found on the unit. Makes recommendations concerning which plants should be considered sensitive on the Forest, conducts training in habitat analysis, plant identification, and documentation procedures for threatened, endangered, and sensitive plant species in accordance with forest management plans and objectives. Serves as a botanical expert when working on interdisciplinary teams interpreting complex botanical situations involving specialist from several management groups and agencies.  Monitors effects of Forest Plan implementation on plant communities and interprets trends where management emphasis changes; including fire and grazing programs. Coordinates with academic institutions regarding specific research and surveys that are periodically conducted on the forest. Reviews environmental assessments and environmental impact statements and makes recommendations to ensure that botanical resources and ecosystem integrity are adequately addressed and considered. Performs ecosystem restoration including treatment of noxious weeds and other invasive species. Provides input into all planning efforts on ecosystem restoration. Prepares scopes of work and government estimates for contracted service. Monitors contract progress and resolves problems with the contractor. Develops and conducts a monitoring program at selected plant sites. Develops and oversees contracts and participating agreements for noxious weed/invasive species treatment work. Travel Required 50% or less - Travel will be required for 25-30% of the time Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com