Environmental Engineer - Water Systems

Environmental Engineer Carlton Forge Works primary products are rotating and structural components, land-based turbine engines, and aircraft parts for commercial and military aviation; the company serves the aerospace, gas turbine, commercial, and nuclear industries. Precision Castparts Corporation (PCC) acquired Carlton Forge Works along with Wyman-Gorman both under the holding company of Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. The Environmental Engineer is responsible for managing programs, policies and practices related to environmental compliance. This includes participation in the permitting processes, environmental data management and reporting, interaction with government agencies on environmental compliance matters, and coordination of activities with division environmental function as well as consultants and legal counsel. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Comply with and support Precision Castparts Corp. (PCC) Code of Conduct Requirements and Company policies and procedures, as well as Federal, State and Local regulations. Comply with and support AS9100, SOX requirements and all PCC Cardinal Rules, including EHS and Quality. Works in a safe manner that promotes the health and well-being of the individual and the environment. Develops, recommends and implements programs to assure compliance with all applicable local, state and federal environmental regulations including documentation, reporting, permits, manifests, training, and policy development. Coordinates and manages all on-site hazardous materials. Provides technical support and direction for environmental compliance programs and practices Develops, implements, and maintains environmental best management practices for the site Develops and administers Environmental training and communication programs (HAZCOM, HAZMAT, etc.). Interfaces with external agencies, plant, division and corporate contacts regarding various Environmental initiatives, programs and practices. Extracts and manipulates data from business systems for environmental reporting. Completes and submits periodic reports for air, storm water, waste water, hazardous waste, community right to know programs and other relevant media. Develops, submits, and negotiates environmental permits to regulatory agencies in the areas of air emissions, storm water, industrial waste water, and hazardous waste. Provides information and reports to Division EHS Director and others as requested. Demonstrates continual focus on environmental improvements and enhancements; develops, implements and manages cost and waste stream reduction pipeline projects. Effectively manages projects, to include personnel and contract resources as necessary. Conducts daily plant walkthroughs; identifying environmental issues, coordinating with operations leadership and maintenance on needed improvements. Trains personnel on environmental procedures and ensures compliance. Performs other duties and special projects as assigned. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science, Chemistry, Safety Engineering, or related technical field 5+ years experience facilitating and managing Environmental programs in a manufacturing environment Experience in safety management and/or Industrial Health is a plus Must have broad knowledge of local, state, and federal programs and regulations related to Environmental (Particularly air regulations and compliance as it pertains to Title V, CARB, SCAQMD requirement, etc.) Must be experienced in environmental inspection and auditprocesses Experience in acquisition of permits and interaction with regulators is desired Results driven Attention to detail Strong leadership skills Must have demonstrated the effective utilization of skills in such areas as planning and organizing, decision-making, problem solving, communication, and administration Ability to prioritize and complete multiple and diverse work assignments with minimal supervision and direction Computer knowledge: Intermediate to advanced use MS Word, MS Project, MS Excel Must possess ability to effectively work with all levels of the organization Team player Continuous improvement mindset. Ability to support a 24 / 7 operation. 18881
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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