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Leidos Richmond, KY, USA
Jul 25, 2018
Full time
Description: Leidos has an opening for an Environmental Permitting and Compliance Specialist to support the Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives (ACWA) program.  The successful candidate will support the PCAPP Field Office (FO) Project Manager by providing technical input regarding project related environmental permitting and compliance activities. This position is located in Richmond, KY. JOB SUMMARY : The primary responsibilities of the Environmental Permitting and Compliance Specialist include document reviews, technical research, and provide technical input associated with the SC activities to provide the necessary information for the Government to perform their oversight mission.   PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES : The Environmental Permitting and Compliance Specialist shall provide technical input on environmental submittals to determine impact on the BGAD, BGCA, BGCAPP, and EDT (SDC) environmental permits, plans, SOPs, training documents, design changes, PMRs, and ECPs.  The Environmental Permitting and Compliance Specialist shall provide technical information on the SC's environmental implementation and compliance documentation and record keeping activities.  The Environmental Permitting and Compliance Specialist shall review Systemization, Operational Readiness, Provisional Operations and Operations inspection activities and processes, including records collection to provide technical input to the Government so that the Government can determine acceptability and compliance with all permits. The Environmental Permitting and Compliance Specialist shall review of BGCAPP permit documents, design criteria, design specifications and other pertinent documents used to verify facility compliance with RCRA, CAA, and Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) permit requirements.  The Environmental Permitting and Compliance Specialist shall provide technical information and input of project processes for conducting Environmental compliance inspections and provide technical input to the Government on the adequacy of inspection documentation. The Environmental Permitting and Compliance Specialist shall review environmental inspection reports, corrective actions, lessons learned and continuous improvement processes and provide technical input to the Government regarding the accuracy and effectiveness of inspections and corrective actions. Technical input should also facilitate the Government ability to evaluate the SC’s commitment to process improvement effectively. The Environmental Permitting and Compliance Specialist shall provide technical information or recommendations to the Government on the physical inspection of all BGCAPP buildings, systems, equipment, tanks, and any location managing BGCAPP waste to ensure the SC’s compliance with the environmental permits and regulations (RCRA, CAA, CWA, TSCA) and other applicable federal, state, and local environmental requirements. The Environmental Permitting and Compliance Specialist shall review and provide technical input to the Government of SC and Facility Construction Certification processes and systems regarding permit compliance. Qualifications: BASIC QUALIFICATIONS : Four year degree in chemical or environmental engineering; five years’ experience in environmental management at a chemical demilitarization facility, RCRA permitting and negotiation with state regulatory agencies. Must be a US Citizen willing to obtain a Secret clearance. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Leidos Washington, D.C., USA
Jul 25, 2018
Full time
Description: The Leidos NISC III program is looking for an Energy Program Analyst with a background in energy efficiency, water conservation efforts, energy and water consumption data analysis, and report writing to work on a full time basis supporting the Energy Management and Compliance (EMC) Program, Air Traffic Organization, FAA.  The selected individual will work as a part of the team that tracks water and energy usage of various FAA facilities, monitors their usage and consumption, analyzes billing histories, tracks variances and assists in producing monthly, quarterly and ad hoc reports in support of the EMC Program’s mission. This includes supporting compliance measures and projects stemming from a wide variety of executive orders and agency and federal energy mandates like EISA energy and water evaluation compliance, Energy Star Portfolio Manager (ESPM) reporting, High Performance Sustainable Building (HPSB) Guiding Principle requirements, Sustainability Scorecard etc The job also requires the selected individual to work with both Head Quarters Program Manager and service area Implementation Managers to input requirements, funding information, initiate and track projects, obtain facility information, baseline energy and water usage and review and evaluate that information for submission to Compliance Tracking System (CTS).    Qualifications: Qualifications – External Bachelor’s degree with at least 6 years of work experience Experience working/analyzing Energy and Water Data- both billing and consumption Experience Building Benchmarking in CTS Experience working with HPSB Checklists in ESPM Experience working with Utility Consumption Data in ESPM Experience reviewing billing histories from utilities and baselining facility energy consumption Experience reviewing and completing energy and water evaluations for CTS compliance Ability to communicate and coordinate with stakeholders (Written and verbal) Ability to work with minimal direction and supervision Ability to multi task Command of technical writing associated with compiling reports Ability to use MS Office applications for analysis, documentation and presentations   Desired Skills: LEED Certification or any other Energy related certification Experience working with or supporting the Energy Program of any Federal Agency Experience working with FAA’s Corporate Work Plan (CWP) system Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Leidos Mountain View, CA, USA
Jul 03, 2018
Full time
Description: Leidos has an opening for an Environmental Protection Specialist to support its contract at NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA. The Environmental Protection Specialist will have experience administering project regulatory compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and other applicable laws, including, but not limited to, the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, and National Historic Preservation Act.  This position must effectively manage a project-oriented workload across a variety of cross-functional areas within NASA Ames, and requires the ability to coordinate internally and externally with a diverse group of stakeholders in order to achieve compliance with NEPA and other relevant environmental planning requirements. The position requires a highly organized and motivated self-starter with strong collaboration skills, and a demonstrated track record of successfully managing and completing multiple projects simultaneously.  Major duties :  1. Work closely with various Civil Servants and contract managers within NASA Ames to address environmental issues and support implementation of tasks related to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA); environmental justice; wetlands and coastal resources protection; and floodplain management.  2. Review and evaluate environmental impacts from new and continuing activities, including projects and programs entirely or partly funded, assisted, conducted, or approved by NASA.  3. Help coordinate with internal organizations, NASA headquarters, and other local, state and federal agencies in meeting NASA’s NEPA requirements.  4. Assure that required environmental reviews and analyses are performed in accordance with the Federal, State, and local laws, regulations, and NASA policies and procedures for all NASA-funded or approved actions planned in wetlands, coastal zones, or floodplains.  5. Evaluate the need to prepare § 404 Clean Water Act permit applications and other regulatory permit applications as needed, and monitor Center operations to assure compliance with permit conditions.  6. Provide analyses, reports, and draft briefing materials of proposed or new laws, regulations, executive orders and Council on Environmental Quality memoranda and guidelines for impact to Ames.  7. Maintain an administrative record of documents, including but not limited to interagency and public correspondence.  Qualifications: Required Education and Experience:  BS or BA in urban or regional planning, transportation planning, environmental studies, environmental science, environmental law, or a closely related field.  Minimum of 6+ years of closely related experience.  Must possess exceptional interpersonal communication and organizational skills.  Candidate must be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, in particular Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, and Excel, for presentations, reports, and other uses.  Desired Experience: Previous experience working at NASA or other federal agencies preferred.CEQA experience preferred.   U.S. Citizenship is required to access government facilities and systems.  Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com