5002 NE 54th Pl, Gainesville, FL 32609
Sr. Environmental & PSM Engineer
Sr. Environmental & PSM Engineer
FPC of Decatur
Position: Sr. Environmental & PSM Engineer
Direct Reports: Individual contributor
Reports To: Plant Manager
Salary Range: $110k to $130k DOE
Job Responsibilities: The Environmental & PSM Engineer will have overall responsibility for all environmental programs at the site, including assurance of strict compliance with applicable Federal, State, and Local regulations and to demonstrate continuous improvement in pollution prevention as measured by government reporting requirements. Support and maintain compliance with Corporate Environmental Policies, principles, and guidelines. The incumbent will also create and maintain a positive working relationship with regulatory agencies, host inspectors/auditors, and provide guidance on technical issues.
- Achieve and maintain up-to-date working knowledge of the following:
OSHA 1910.119 regulations pertaining to Process Safety Management, with specific ownership of the site procedures and training that pertain to: Process Safety Information, Management of Change (MOC), Process Hazards Analysis (PHA) and Pre-Startup Safety Review (PSSR), Hot Work. EPA Risk Management Plan (RMP), including updating the site plan and submitting to EPA as needed. Hazardous Materials Management Code (HMMC). GRU Industrial Discharge Permit. FDEP Air Permit. Consumptive Use Permit
- Complete monthly, quarterly, and annual regulatory reports in accordance with mandated deadlines, including: FDEP monthly, quarterly and Annual Air Operating Report (AOR). EPA Stratospheric Ozone Depleting substances. SARA TIER II. Chemical Weapons Convention report. Toxic Release Inventory report. BATF Industrial Alcohol Users report.
- Perform internal audits to ensure compliance to various regulatory standards, including OSHA PSM, EPA RMP and DHS site-specific requirements. Specifically audit Management of Change (MOC) documentation to verify system is functioning as intended.
- Maintain awareness of ever-changing regulatory updates and develop / implement changes to current processes/procedures in order to maintain compliance.
- Communicate procedural changes and provide required training to site employees as needed.
- Applicable subject matter includes air emissions, waste water, ground water, hazardous and non-hazardous waste, hazardous materials, storm water, groundwater, wetlands, and pollution prevention projects.
- Manage ground water monitoring and remediation program with contractors, and report results to FDEP and/or others as required.
- Answer formal inquiries from Corporate and regulatory agencies and respond to regulatory requests in the best interests of the site.
- Schedule and facilitate PHA’s for all OSHA PSM covered processes/equipment at the site. Document interim, final and revalidation reports to maintain OSHA PSM compliance.
- Report environmental incidents as indicated by applicable regulations and advise the Incident Commander during emergency situations to minimize environmental impact. Assist in incident investigations and provide necessary follow-up recommendations to minimize environmental impact.
- Serve as chair of the Pollution Prevention Team: develop, implement, and maintain a current pollution prevention plan.
- Actively participate in the safety process by completing of safety audits, participating in safety projects, identifying Site Hazards, and contributing to safety improvements, and being an attending member of a safety team. Complete annual safety training as required. Promote safety as a core behavior and lead by example. Encourage associate participation in the safety processes.
- Become familiar with, understand, and comply with company Quality Policy, Standard Operating Procedure(s) (SOPs), relevant ISO 9000 standards and Company Policies that are applicable to this position.
- Bachelor's degree in Environmental Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Industrial Hygiene, or other closely related degree required.
- 3 + years of chemical process and/or chemical plant experience is required.
- Working knowledge of OSHA Process Safety Management (PSM) requirements.
- Familiarity with key skills of industrial hygiene, including hazard assessment and PPE selection.
- Ability to prioritize work assignments and regulatory obligations.
- Serve as a back-up to other functional roles of the ESHA department, such as: Industrial Hygiene, Confined Space Entry, Hot Work Permits and TSCA.
- Proficient computer skills with emphasis on MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. SAP skills a plus.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal skills, including the ability to create training material and conduct training with small and mid-size audiences.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, in dealing with people at all levels of the organization.