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Johnson Controls St Joseph, MO, USA
Jan 24, 2019
Full time
Ensures full implementation of the Energy Hunt program, standards, and tools at Power Solutions Manufacturing Facilities. Coaches plant energy hunt teams, assists teams in identifying and proposing Energy Hunt projects, and ensures regular updates to the Energy Hunt tools based on lessons learned and new technologies. Develops and manages complex energy savings pilot projects (e.g. formation optimization, waste heat to energy, co-gen, onsite power, et al.) and scales them for select deployment. Responsible for initial concept, design, engineering, and pilot deployment.   Directly supports the PS Environmental Engineering team in the design, engineering, and deployment of water, wastewater, and air pollution control systems. Primary Duties : Identifies, develops and implements effective plant level projects which fully implement the Energy Hunt Program. Trains, coaches, and participates with plant Energy Hunt teams in deployment of Energy Management Practices. Supports plants in converting energy savings ideas into viable projects through sound engineering, identification and selection of appropriate contractors, creation of a CAR, and oversight of project execution.  Incorporates lessons learned and new technologies into the PS Energy Hunt program. Directly responsible for the identification, evaluation, engineering, business case, and piloting of complex/innovative energy reduction projects at select manufacturing plants (e.g. formation optimization, waste heat to energy, co-gen, onsite power, et al.) Directly supports the PS Environmental Engineering team in the design, engineering, and deployment of water, wastewater, and air pollution control systems   in line with Power Solutions Standards, long term environmental improvement plans, and the annual capital budget.  Becomes knowledgeable in JCI Best Business Practices and incorporates into programs. Develops and manages plant sustainability program(s) in line with corporate and plant expectations including waste minimization, energy/carbon reduction efforts, water reduction efforts and wastewater minimization.  Coordinate efforts with plant continuous improvement manager. Educates, motivates and trains line supervision and production personnel in good housekeeping practices and compliance with environmental requirements.  Ensures plant personnel who require 3rd   party training/certification are identified and complete requisite trainings. Regularly informs plant manager of overall environmental compliance at the plant including current outstanding issues, progress on closing gaps, potential future risks and general areas of weakness.  Analyzes data and prepare standard and other requested reports for plant management.  Provides required support to plant manager that all documentation and submittals that require their signature are complete and accurate. Maintains professional competency through participation in professional education and training programs and completion of any necessary requirements to maintain professional credentials. Supervision activities related to direct reports. Overtime is required to meet internal and external customer requirements. Performs other duties as assigned.  This job and all other duties performed under this job description will adhere to all Federal, State, and Local environmental regulations, as well as any additional plant specific environmental management system requirements.   Bachelor's degree in EHS Management, Environmental Sciences, Environmental Engineering, or other technically related field. Minimum five (5) years of experience working in a manufacturing environment with experience in a supervisory/management role. Previous experience developing and leading environmental programs, including management of  relationships with environmental agencies, compliance with air permits, oversight of waste management (e.g. solid, hazardous & universal) activities, emergency planning, employee training, and waste minimization.  Previous experience managing a waste water treatment program preferred. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Johnson Controls Florence, SC, USA
Jan 24, 2019
Full time
What you will do   Reporting the Plant Manager you will be responsible for ensuring full compliance with all applicable Federal, State and Municipal environmental rules and regulations as well as all Power Solutions Environmental Standards through the development, implementation and maintenance of an Environmental Management System.  A thorough understanding of permit requirements, the regulatory process, plant operations, and the ability to identify, define, investigate, and communicate environmental issues are crucial to the role.  Expertise in training, auditing, and implementation of viable corrective actions is required.   How you will do it Identifies, develops and implements effective plant programs for the prevention and control of environmental risks, including compliance with air permits, construction permits, solid and hazardous wastes, wastewater operations, release notifications and all semi-annual, annual, bi-annual and one-time reporting requirements; Maintains awareness of applicable federal, state and local and corporate environmental requirements.  Maintains legal, governmental and company environmental records according to standards, including proprietary, and confidentiality.  Accompanies visiting inspectors and reports findings to plant management and corporate; Ensures all environmental incidents, including internal spills, external releases, potential permit non-compliances, failure to comply with reporting deadlines, regulatory inspections, or similar incidents are promptly reported to plant management and corporate; Manages the environmental component of all plant projects that involve proposed modification(s) of any existing process, equipment, or material(s), in addition to proposed introduction(s) of any new process, equipment, or material(s) in order to ensure compliance with all general environmental rules as well as construction permitting requirements; Works with Regional EHS, Operations, and Engineering teams to identify, scope, develop and implement construction permits required as a result of proposed new or modified plant equipment, processes or materials and ensures full compliance with the construction permit process; Develops and manages the plant’s air permit compliance program, ensures current treatment technologies and processes are adequate, stays abreast of new technologies and processes which could reduce or improve air quality, oversees inspection activities, manage the collection of required monthly records/calculations, oversight of quarterly inspection activities, semi-annual certifications, annual emission reporting, deviation management, change management, and training of affected employees; Develops and manages the plant’s solid, hazardous and universal waste management program, including the collection, labeling, accumulation, preparation for offsite transportation, emergency planning, and reporting; Oversees plant’s wastewater operations, ensures current treatment technologies and processes are adequate, stays abreast of new technologies and processes which could reduce or improve effluent quality, ensure required compliance records are maintained, and ensures all forms are submitted in a timely and complete manner to Municipal and/or State agencies; Regularly informs plant manager of overall environmental compliance at the plant including current outstanding issues, progress on closing gaps, potential future risks and general areas of weakness.  Analyzes data and prepare standard and other requested reports for plant management.  Provides required support to plant manager that all documentation and submittals that require their signature are complete and accurate; Supervision activities related to direct reports; Overtime is required to meet internal and external customer requirements; Performs other duties as assigned. What we look for Bachelor's degree in EHS Management, Environmental Sciences, Environmental Engineering, or other technically related field. Minimum eight (8) years of experience working in a manufacturing environment with three (3) years of experience in a supervisory/management role. Previous experience developing and leading environmental programs, including management of relationships with environmental agencies, compliance with air permits, oversight of waste management (e.g. solid, hazardous & universal) activities, emergency planning, employee training, and waste minimization.  Previous experience managing a Title V facility is preferred. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Johnson Controls Mira Loma, Jurupa Valley, California, USA
Jan 24, 2019
Full time
What you will do Responsible for the implementation of the plant environmental & safety management systems; which includes compliance with applicable regulations, promoting pollution prevention & waste reduction, training employees and the overall reduction of the plant’s impact on the environment.   Responsible for reducing work related injuries by continuously improving the safety management system and leading cultural change by demonstrating exceptional leadership and engaging employees on all levels.  Responsible for the implementation of safety programs, employee training, compliance monitoring, maintaining reporting mechanisms and management of accidents, property losses and workers compensation.  Responsibilities will include providing support to two or three additional facilities within close proximity to the primary location. How you will do it • Evaluating the safety management system for its effectiveness and maintaining documented continuous improvement plans to improve performance. • Engaging and directing the leadership staff in their safety roles and responsibilities.  Effectively communicating safety responsibilities to all employees. • Engaging the entire work force both salary and hourly to drive cultural change and accomplishing safety performance objectives and targets. • Insuring compliance with all federal, state and local regulatory requirements and JCI corporate safety systems, and acting as the lead contact with regulatory agencies. • Performing incident investigations using a formal process, with the focus on root cause, corrective and preventive actions and verification. • Providing effective training for all safety programs including but not limited to lockout/tagout, machine guarding, fall protection, powered industrial vehicle, hazard communication, personal protective equipment, electrical safety, confined space, respiratory protection and walking and working surfaces. • Developing and implementing motivational and incentive programs that promote a high degree of safety awareness and enthusiasm. • Establish, record, and track safety performance metrics, both leading and lagging indicators. • Insuring that behavior based observation programs are effectively implemented and tracked. • Performing or insuring compliance with industrial hygiene testing and other requirements. • Reviewing planned changes and new equipment installations prior to receipt. Approves or recommends changes in manufacturing and engineering matters of plant layout, location/relocation of machinery, equipment, facilities, safety designs, and processes. • Insures that the safety committee is comprised of both management and hourly participants.  Actively participates and insure that the committee is effective and value added. • Trains all new employees concerning plant safety rules and guidelines. Works with management in a joint effort to provide the worker with a safe attitude, safe surroundings and safe equipment. • Managing workers compensation and reducing costs by working closely with insurance carriers, JCI workers compensation manager, attorneys and state authorities, along with in-house supervisors and managers. Manages each claim from the accident report to the return of the worker for modified duty and ultimately to claim closure. • Managing property risk by insuring compliance with FM Global assessments and routinely touring the property and conducting inspections to insure compliance. • Implement the corporate environmental management system.  Collect environmental data for use in determining root-causes of compliance problems and pollution prevention opportunities.  Implement proactive corrective steps. • Must complete and submit applicable environmental reports in a timely fashion (such as Tier II, TRI Form R, Generator’s Residual Waste, Waste-Water Self-Monitoring, and Air Emissions Inventory).    • Must record and maintain spreadsheets containing all paint booth, fin press and parts washer chemical usage and air emissions. • Is responsible for the administration, implementation and compliance with the ISO14001 Environmental Management System (acts as the plant management representative).  • Oversees hazardous and non-hazardous waste program.  This includes ensuring the correct handling, packaging, labeling, storage and transportation of waste to approved treatment and/or disposal facilities.    • Coordinates air emission, wastewater, storm water, and waste testing.  • Present safety and environmental training programs to workers and supervisors. Some standardized materials will be made available and development of site specific training materials will be required.  • Responsible for driving Safety Performance in the Plant to achieve and maintain Goal of No Recordable Accidents and No Lost Time Accidents. • Responsible for performing 2 Behavior Based Safety Observations monthly • Ensures Safety Training is completed as required for Direct Reports What we look for Required • Bachelor of Science degree in Safety, Industrial Hygiene, or Environmental and Occupational Science preferred. • Five to Ten years of safety and/or environmental experience in an industrial/manufacturing environment is preferred.  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Applications including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.   Internet software and E-mail experience are also required.  • The employee is occasionally required to lift up to 50 pounds.  Preferred • Ability to analyze data, convey findings and implement action plans.  • Strong interpersonal skills and teamwork oriented. • Working knowledge and experience with SafeStart, STOP or other behavior based safety program preferred. • Working knowledge and experience with LEAN manufacturing techniques preferred. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Strong problem solving skills. • Excellent knowledge of PC applications • Excellent communication skills.  Ability to foster solid relationships within the facility while achieving key operating objectives as it relates to environmental, health and safety. • Bilingual (English & Spanish) preferred. 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