Every day, our employees strive to responsibly manage the environmental aspects of our operations. We make continual improvement in our environmental performance by following our Operational Excellence Management System (OEMS), and our Environmental Stewardship (ES) Corporate Standard Process, which require our businesses to systematically identify, assess and prioritize environmental risk and improvement opportunities. We also measure our environmental performance, which enables us to make informed business decisions around protection of the environment.

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Chevron Pascagoula, MS, USA
Feb 01, 2019
Full time
Chevron is one of the world's leading energy companies, with approximately 60,000 employees working in countries around the world. We explore, produce and transport crude oil and natural gas; refine, market and distribute fuels and other energy products; manufacture and sell petrochemical products; generate power; and develop future energy resources, including biofuels and geothermal energy.   Chevron is accepting online applications for the position of   Environmental Air Specialist   located in   Pascagoula, MS   through  February 4, 2019  at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).  Overview: The Environmental Air Specialist resides in the Health Environmental Safety (HES), and Emergency Services Department for the Pascagoula, Mississippi Refinery. This position will work with Operations, Project Services, Technical, and HES personnel to provide regulatory guidance and expertise related to the Clear Air Act. This position will ensure that all reporting, permitting, and training requirements are met for their assigned area of environmental responsibility within the Pascagoula Refinery. Responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to:   Support the Pascagoula Refinery by providing environmental subject matter expertise and guidance to ensure day-to-day compliance with regulations and permit requirements. Manage emissions reporting for Greenhouse Gas (GHG) regulations as well as internal emissions reporting. Conduct environmental reviews in support of the Management of Change (MOC) process. Review project scopes and obtain construction and operating permits for the Refinery as needed. Manage monitoring and reporting requirements for compliance with the Refinery’s Title V operating and construction permits. Manage stack testing and reporting requirements for compliance with refinery operating permits. Interpret new and existing regulations, determine operational impacts, and implement compliance programs or regulations as required. Develop and provide facility training on environmental regulatory requirements. Represent the refinery during agency inspections. Participate in meetings before regulatory bodies, employees and the public as necessary. Develop and deliver technical presentations to refinery management, industry and government groups. Participate in community activities to highlight the Pascagoula Refinery’s environmental stewardship. Required Qualifications:   Bachelor of Science Degree Minimum of 5 years of industrial Environmental experience. Subject matter expert with New Source Review regulations, Clean Air Act regulations and/or Title V Permit. Proven team player with demonstrated ability to foster cooperation and collaboration across all areas of the facility as well as through the corporate structure. Demonstrated experience in interpreting and implementing environmental regulations, managing large quantities of environmental data, and developing efficient and accurate tools and work processes. Strong problem-solving skills; able to quickly identify and evaluate vulnerabilities/opportunities, develop solutions, and make recommendations given uncertainties, risks, and multiple business values; Strong time management and organization skills; able to regularly prioritize multiple and competing work deliverables and create time-bound project plans and execute with excellence; Strong technical writing and verbal communication skills; able to simplify complicated regulatory information for a variety of internal and external stakeholders.  Preferred Qualifications:   Degree in Engineering, Environmental Science or HES. 8+ years industry experience Two or more years of experience with New Source Review air construction permitting in the United States. Strong proficiency with petroleum refinery process units and environmental control technologies Demonstrated experience in developing effective working relationships with regulatory agencies and in negotiating Title V, and/or NSR permits.  Relocation Options: Relocation  may be  considered within Chevron parameters.   Remember to say you found this opportunity at