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ExxonMobil Spring, TX, USA
Aug 04, 2018
Full time
Job Role Summary  The Environmental Compliance Coordinator provides technical support to U.S. Fuels for various fuels related environmental compliance programs and requirements. Major tasks include regulatory review, data analysis / forecasting, compliance tracking, reconciliation, reporting, and record keeping. Responsibilities encompass both federal and state level programs. Job Role Responsibilities   REGULATORY ANALYSIS Provide technical review of proposed or current EPA fuels quality regulations (Renewable Fuels Standard Program (RFS), Reformulated Gasoline / Anti-Dumping Program (RFG), Mobile Source Air Toxics Program (MSAT II), Tier III Sulfur Program) to determine potential impacts on Supply & Trading Operations Interpret and communicate complex regulatory requirements in a clear and concise manner to key personnel to support compliance with existing fuels programs Incorporate regulatory requirements into controls procedures and processes  REGULATORY FUEL PROGRAM COMPLIANCE TRACKING, RECONCILIATION AND REPORTING RFS Program Manage biofuel credits (RINs) inventories under the EPA Moderated Transaction System (EMTS) and internal (SAP) systems. Retire credits for compliance, prepare quarterly reconciliations and quarterly / annual EPA reports Provide guidance to EMTS data coordinators to resolve discrepancies with counterparties for fuel transactions Support RIN Integrity Program: screen producers for RIN Integrity criteria, track RIN inventories by producer, RIN type, and Q-RIN qualification, respond to NOV’s Provide compliance documentation to external auditor for EPA's annual attestation RFG / MSAT II / Tier III Programs Perform tracking, forecasting, and reporting of imported fuel qualities, emissions levels, and volumes vs. compliance baselines to ensure compliance with all EPA fuels regulatory requirements. Prepare quarterly and annual RFG batch reports for submission to EPA Track and manage inventory data for gasoline benzene and sulfur credits.  Verify, enter, and reconcile credit transactions in EPA’s EMTS system Other Federal Programs (Toxic Substances Control Act, Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program) Oversee data collection, provide analysis, and prepare annual reports for other EPA regulatory programs State Level Programs (CA Low Carbon Fuel Standard, WA State Greenhouse Gas Reporting) Interpret state level requirements and provide regulatory guidance as needed Prepare quarterly and annual reports and submit to state agencies as required Required Knowledge, Qualifications, Skills and Experiences :  Bachelor’s Degree in a Technical discipline or Finance 3+ years’ experience in Petroleum Refining, Supply, Planning, and/or Environmental Roles Working knowledge of Federal Fuels Quality Regulations, including 40 CFR Parts 79 and 80 Experience supporting downstream businesses in fuels regulatory and quality related issues Working knowledge of commercial gasoline and diesel fuel quality specifications (ASTM D4814 and D975) Strong teamwork/inter-personal skills (ability to work across functional boundaries) Proficiency in the collection, analysis and reporting of product inventory or similar data; ability to quickly and efficiently learn internal and external reporting and accounting systems and develop procedures for reporting Demonstrated ability to handle multiple priorities and develop ongoing relationships with various stakeholders to obtain necessary data to meet required reporting deadlines Strong analytical and technical capabilities including the ability to interpret complex environmental regulations, and quantify potential impacts to downstream business operations Computer proficiency including but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite with significant proficiency in Excel Capability to work autonomously with limited direct supervision Preferred Knowledge/Skills/Abilities :  Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Science Working knowledge of fuels regulatory compliance systems (EMTS, LRT, etc.) Experience in enterprise systems (e.g. SAP) Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
ExxonMobil Houston, TX, USA
Aug 04, 2018
Job Role Summary The Environmental  Advisor position(s) provides environmental & regulatory compliance support to operating assets including refineries, chemical plants, production, processing and associated support facilities regarding national, federal, state and local environmental regulations. The Advisor may also assist in advocating company positions on emerging issues and regulations, primarily through national and or state trade organizations. Coordinates key environmental management processes in support of business units, including impact assessments, business planning, and regulatory advocacy.    Potential Work Locations:   Houston, Baytown, and Corpus Christi, Texas; Santa Barbara, CA Job Role Responsibilities Provide support and assist in developing and implementing compliance strategies for U.S. refineries, chemical plants and production or processing facilities on Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and relevant state regulations including National Ambient Air Quality Standards, New Source Performance Standards, Hazardous Air Pollutant Regulations, Title V operating permits and New Source Review construction permits. Become familiar with operating assets, company environmental policy, and standards; Provide technical support for site environmental management processes. Support compliance assurance systems (e.g., preparation of regulatory outlooks, analysis of new regulations, preparation of regulatory interpretations, and preparing applicability determinations). Assist in conducting workshops and training on existing and new EPA regulations and prepare compliance support tools (e.g. compliance checklists and manuals). Utilize environmental experience in conducting periodic site compliance assessments. Support ExxonMobil advocacy staff on regulatory issues to help drive reasonable rulemaking and regulatory interpretations. Understand how company procedures and processes are used to drive environmental protection and regulatory compliance and support the corresponding work processes. Experience and Qualifications Job Requirements Bachelor degree in engineering or related science or technical field. A minimum of 5 years’ of direct experience in U.S. Clean Air Act (CAA), Clean Water Act (CWA) or Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) regulations. Experience in federal and state air permitting programs, including New Source Review and Prevention of Significant Deterioration On-site environmental, technical, or operating experience at a chemical, refining or production facility. Awareness of environmental regulations globally. Experience in developing and supporting environmental compliance assurance systems. Demonstrated ability to influence and promote change through use of performance data, technical knowledge and regulatory expertise. Strong analytical and communication skills. Ability to communicate effectively to multiple organizational levels both internally and externally with trade association members and regulatory agencies. Job Preferences Prefer a minimum of 5 years of experience in a regulatory compliance support role. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com