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GE Schenectady, New York, USA
Aug 06, 2018
Full time
Role Summary: The Environmental Specialist is responsible for implementing and maintaining specific areas of the Environmental program areas (air, water, hazardous waste and chemical management) for GE Power to ensure that all federal, state, and local regulatory requirements are met. This position will provide support to the EHS Leader and site Operations in maintaining compliance, and providing competent technical advice to ensure EHS management system requirements are met. Essential Responsibilities: As the Environmental Specialist, you will: Be responsible for supporting air, waste and water media compliance for the Schenectady site Provide technical advice and direction on environmental, health, or safety (EHS) challenges and issues at the Schenectady site for assigned program areas Support site permitting and emissions inventory calculations for air (and/or other media as assigned) Support reporting and licensing / permitting efforts to ensure regulatory compliance, including RCRA, EPCRA, SPDES, and Title V Develop and maintain excellent relationships with local regulatory agencies Implement / modify EHS programs and procedures to ensure compliance Maintain in-depth knowledge of existing, new and proposed environmental regulations for assigned program areas Develop and lead training programs for assigned program areas Provide project management as necessary to ensure regulatory compliance Modify and implement compliance tracking programs and record keeping systems to assure compliance Provide EHS guidance and support as required for all elements of EHS Management Evaluate facility EHS conditions, assess risks and develop appropriate corrective-action plans Track site progress against EHS metrics and goals Participate in EHS compliance and program audits Qualifications/Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Occupational Health, Safety, Environmental Science, Engineering or related technical discipline from an accredited university or college Minimum of 2 years of experience in Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Desired Characteristics: Experience with Gensuite applications or equivalent Experience / general competence with Microsoft Office Suite tools (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) Environmental permitting and regulatory compliance experience Experience with environmental applications Proven ability to negotiate successfully with regulatory agencies Strong interpersonal and influencing skills Ability to communicate cross-functionally and work independently Open communication style with the ability to develop team relationships Strong technical writing skills Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
GE Houston, TX, USA
Aug 06, 2018
Full time
Role Summary:   Baker Hughes, a GE company has an opening for a Carbon Management Practice Lead in Houston, Texas or the GCA office in Bentley, UK. This role will report into the Gaffney, Cline, & Associates consultancy group  Gaffney, Cline & Associates (GCA) is a world leading international advisory firm focused on providing integrated technical and managerial services to all sectors of the oil and gas industry. For more than 50 years GCA has provided both broad-based and detailed technical and commercial advice, focusing on results-orientated, commercially viable and practical solutions designed to meet our client's specific requirements.  GCA advises a wide range of clients in exploration, reservoir evaluation, field development and optimization, drilling and production, pipeline, refining and LNG projects throughout the world. GCA has principal offices in UK, Houston and Singapore as well as smaller offices in Buenos Aires, Dubai and Sydney.  Gaffney, Cline & Associates is quickly expanding its global operations and is now seeking talented and motivated professionals to join its dynamic organization.   Essential Responsibilities:   Develop a Global consulting practice in carbon management(CM), carbon capture use and storage (CCUS) and sustainability of oil and gas operations Provide carbon management and sustainability input to multi-disciplinary projects, including field development planning, reservoir performance analysis, and reserves estimation and auditing. Identify commercial Cm and CCUS opportunities for new and existing clients Support BHGE assessment of upstream integrated project opportunities Support BHGE products and services in the scope of the practice area Support recruitment, mentoring and training activities. Manage large multi-disciplinary project teams. Handle special projects, as assigned.   Qualifications/Requirements:   Bachelor's Degree (Advanced degree(s) strongly preferred) in Engineering or related technical degree. 20 years’ relevant work experience.  Demonstrated global leadership in carbon management and/or sustainability along with leadership of consulting organizations. Must be highly motivated with excellent analytical and interpersonal skills. Must be action oriented, ethical in value, and have a strong client focus. Must be able to work both independently and as part of multi-disciplined teams working with an extensive client base.   Desired Characteristics:   Excellent problem solving skills with a drive for results. Track record in developing successful management consulting. Excellent written and verbal communication. Global visibility in CM, CCUS and/or sustainability Advanced project management skills. Good organizing, planning, and presentation skills. Sound ability to manage time, make quality decisions, and manage and measure work. Demonstrated effective leadership skills. Ability to work on integrated, cross-functional project teams. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.   Locations:    Houston, TX or UK based (Alton) can be considered.   Baker Hughes, a GE company is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.   Learn more Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
GE Madison, WI, USA
Aug 05, 2018
Full time
Role Summary: Responsible for implementing and maintaining the plant strategy on Environmental issues (air, climate change, waste, water) for GE Healthcare. This individual will also function in a team environment with other members of the business level EHS staff to ensure EHS compliance, to identify, prevent and resolve potential environmental issues and to mitigate environmental liabilities associated with current and former operations and facilities. Essential Responsibilities: Key responsibilities/essential functions include: 1. Lead certain assigned aspects (technical, regulatory/third party interface, reporting, permitting, compliance, financial, administrative, etc.) of GE Healthcare projects and permits in compliance with relevant regulatory programs and GE corporate policies. Ensure appropriate management of consultants and legal counsel on all projects and coordinate efforts of other EHS staff members and site EHS professionals on various projects as required. 2. Contribute and engage in establishing and tracking remedial project budgets, if applicable at site. Provide and update estimates of future remedial costs on projects for environmental reserve purposes.  3. Evaluate facility EHS conditions, assess risks and develop appropriate corrective-action plans and budgets to address deficiencies in comparison to regulations and internal policy/protocol.  4. Provide EHS guidance and compliance support to site EHS managers to ensure compliance with regulatory and program requirements. Participate in EHS compliance and program audits of manufacturing sites and service operations. 5. Keep management apprised of progress and significant developments on key projects. Qualifications/Requirements: Bachelor of Science in Environmental, Civil, or Chemical Engineering, Hydrogeology or Geology or related technical discipline  3+ years experience managing environmental site programs including regulatory management, risk assessment, etc.  Regulatory knowledge and experience working under U.S. federal and state and /or equivalents regulations covering contamination, site investigation and property transfer such as CERCLA, RCRA, OSHA, TSCA, ISRA, etc. and capable of learning requirements and applying this experience internationally Compliance experience with federal and state EHS regulations (CAA, CWA, OSHA, codes, etc) Proven project and program management skills Desired Characteristics: Professional certifications (PG, PE, LSP, etc). Experience managing projects and/or EHS compliance.  Able to simultaneously manage multiple projects and other responsibilities, adjust to changing priorities and to make decisions with speed and accuracy based on available information Team player with strong interpersonal skills, capable of working within a globally diverse, cross-functional, internal and external team across different time zones.  Excellent oral and written communication, presentation, and negotiation skills Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
GE Boulogne-Billancourt, France
Aug 05, 2018
Full time
The Offshore Wind Strategic Growth Manager will drive functional, business, and broad Offshore Wind goals. These goals will include driving analysis to understand customer, competitive, economic & policy insights, articulating key trends across the business, and identifying strategic organic & inorganic growth opportunities to position GE for business profitability. The Strategic Marketing leader will work closely with sales, finance & product management to influence regional growth strategies, identify market creation opportunities and guide long-term planning across functions, as well as develop and communicate Offshore Wind strategy internally & externally to enhance share value. Accountable for leading Strategic Marketing activities for GE Offshore Wind worldwide Structure & align team around business strategic imperatives Drive clear analysis of market (incl. segmentation) and industry trends & communication around competitors, customers & economics to support strategic decisions and business growth  Lead profit pool analysis to identify organic & inorganic growth opportunities; work w/ respective teams to drive action Lead customer insight initiatives to identify market/product needs, inform product, regional & communications strategy Identify policy & regulatory opportunities for market creation & implement strategies to unlock demand Drive strategy planning processes & commercialization initiatives, in close coordination with Finance and Sales, focusing on most profitable actions * Establish and lead Customer Excellence program to be fully embedded in Offshore Wind organization and processes (Customer Satisfaction, Win & Loss…) Deliver clear internal & external messaging, distill industry insights for clear & rapid communication, work with communications to build targeted messaging for internal and external audiences.   Qualifications/Requirements: Master’s degree from an accredited university or college  Master’s in Business Administration or related discipline with a focus on renewable energy or sustainability Strong customer relationship experience, including sales and marketing processes Strong experience in renewable energy * Very strong experience in energy industry  Desired Characteristics: Demonstrated skills in managing multiple projects successfully  Driven change agent with bias for action * Strong presentation skills and analytical ability Ability to work in cross-functional and cross-cultural teams * Strong oral and written communication skills Strong interpersonal and leadership skills Creative and innovative thinking – able to bring new ideas to provoke the business Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com