We're more than consumer products and paper. From the plywood in your home's construction to the boxes in your grocery store, the paper towel dispensers in your hotel to the cellulose in your children's diapers, GP products are part of your everyday life. But it wouldn't be possible to do what we do without the hard work of GP employees all over the country.

Sustainability comes naturally to people at Georgia-Pacific. Not only do our products improve people’s lives, but we also operate in ways that enhance the quality of life in our communities, help ensure the economic stability of our company and help protect our environmental resources.

We are an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran

Georgia-Pacific Atlanta, GA, USA
Aug 11, 2018
Full time
The Georgia-Pacific Environmental Entry Level Professional (ELP) Program is an unprecedented skill-building opportunity which prepares its participants for a career in the environmental field at Georgia-Pacific.  As part of the ELP program, you will perform the role of an Environmental Associate.  You will spend your first 3 months onboarding into the organization while at our Atlanta, GA headquarters. Here you’ll have the opportunity to learn about our Company, culture, and how you fit in the picture!   Upon completing your 3 months in Atlanta you will then be relocated to one of our many manufacturing facilities across the country. You’ll spend approximately 12 to 18 months working on projects and gaining exposure to subject matter experts, as well as key leaders in our facilities. This posting is seeking new Environmental Associates to start as part of the June 2019 ELP class. Ideal candidates should have the ability to manage multiple priorities at once, illustrate strong organizational, verbal, and written skills, and demonstrate leadership.   Knowledge of major technical/regulatory programs, understanding the importance of environmental management systems, experience with data management and sampling procedures are beneficial to the success of someone in this role.   Upon successful completion of the Environmental ELP program, participants may move into another position within the organization and continue to advance their career as an environmental professional.  A Day In The Life Typically Includes :  During your field assignment you will engage with a facility environmental team and the corporate environmental team while performing assignments and projects that may include some of the items listed below: Supporting day-to-day environmental compliance requirements Developing and managing environmental training programs Assisting in design, management and permitting of projections in air, water, and remediation Supporting the implementation of environmental management systems to maintain sustainable practices Participating in internal auditing programs Assisting in identifying and mitigating environmental risks to support continuous improvement Participating in activities to drive environmental excellence and sustainability What You Will Need : Basic Qualifications: Completion of a bachelor’s degree, or will have completed a Bachelor’s Degree by May 2019 in one of the following: Engineering, Environmental Science, Environmental or Occupational Health, Biology, Natural Resources, or science degree/discipline.   Ability to relocate per program requirements – at least twice within the first 12-month period What Will Put You Ahead? Preferred Qualifications: Previous environmental or engineering internship/co-op Work experience in a manufacturing environment GPA of 3.0 or higher  Want to learn more about   Georgia-Pacific? We are an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran Except where prohibited by state law, all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test. This employer uses E-Verify. Please visit the following website for additional information: Remember to say you found this opportunity at
Georgia-Pacific Philomath, Oregon, USA
Jul 03, 2018
Full time
Georgia-Pacific is seeking a self-motivated and dependable  Environmental Manager  for 2 regionally located Lumber facilities in Coos Bay, Oregon and Philomath, Oregon. Reporting to the Plant Managers,  the individual will be responsible for the development, implementation and management of both facility’s environmental compliance programs and systems. This position will assist in ensuring facility compliance with governmental regulations, such as state and federal air regulations, storm water, wastewater, hazardous waste and to company policies and procedures such as Georgia-Pacific's Environmental Compliance Standards.  A Day In The Life Typically Includes:   Assisting with day-to-day environmental compliance requirements of applicable permits, plans, and regulations. These may include collecting records, preparing reports, monitoring & directing work performed by consultants, conducting inspections, and sample collection.    Assisting plant managers in the development and the implementation of the corporate environmental management system (7-Element Risk Management System), as well as provides training to the facility personnel to manage environmental compliance through dispersed ownership. Participating in incident investigation, mitigation, root cause analysis and corrective action Representing the facility during agency inspections Providing environmental permitting / planning support to capital projects.  Leading as a champion of Market-Based Management® and Operations Excellence (OpEx) by communicating and demonstrating to employees how actions connect to GP’s environmental vision and create long-term value.    Participating in the plant’s strategic planning and project review process, tracking metrics, and supporting continuous improvement of the facility’s environmental management system.   Being proactive and assertive with a high sense of urgency related to problem solving.   Working cohesively and effectively with others Demonstrating excellence in written/verbal communications, planning, documentation and organizational skills. What You Will Need: Basic Qualifications :  Bachelor’s Degree Environmental or related engineering/science field. Three (3) or more years of industrial/manufacturing environmental experience What Will Put You Ahead? Preferred Qualifications :  Experience working with federal and State of [Insert states] environmental regulations such as MACT rules, air permitting and reporting, water, storm water and waste management. Strong computer skills including experience using Microsoft applications such as Excel, Word, OneNote, and SharePoint Strong verbal and written communication skills including experience communicating environmental requirements and responsibilities to multiple levels of an organization We are an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran Except where prohibited by state law, all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test. Remember to say you found this opportunity at