Job Title: Environmental and Characterization Manager
The ideal candidate will have at least 10 years of professional experience. Technical and field knowledge of environmental discipline area. Knowledge and understanding of Integrated Safety Management System (ISMS) and Environmental Management System (EMS). Working knowledge and practical application of environmental discipline(s), corporate policy and procedures, and governmental regulations and practices. Experience in environmental oversight/compliance activities. Knowledge and understanding of governmental environmental standards, procedures, rules and regulations. Skills in verbal and written communication.
Roles and Responsibilities
- Supports execution of project work scope as assigned and provides oversight to ensure compliance with applicable environmental regulations, DOE Orders and other related requirements.
- Support project manager or supervisor as assigned in executive project work scope.
- Review planned work at the project, activity, and task level to ensure that all significant environmental aspects, including regulatory requirements, have been identified and controls implemented as required.
- Conduct periodic oversight (e.g., walkdowns, management assessments) of work activities to ensure that work is performed in accordance with established environmental requirements.
- Manage and maintain project-specific environmental permits and ensure compliance with all permit condition and requirements, including environmental monitoring and reporting.
- Prepare input to roll-up environmental reports for project activities such as site-level and ORR-wide (e.g., RCRA, TSCA, EPCRA, NESHAPS).
- Interface with environmental regulators, DOE and other DOE prime contractors as required and communicate with project and functional management any agreements or issues requiring resolutions
- Establish, maintain, and track project-level EMS objectives and targets that are consistent with and support UCOR company-level EMS objectives and targets.
- Serve as project advocate for pollution prevention, sustainable acquisition, and waste minimization.
- Stay abreast of approved list of applicable laws and regulations and contract requirements as they pertain to assigned project work scope.
- Participate in incident investigation, casual analysis, and corrective action planning for identified environmental issues.
- A 4 year degree from an accredited university in the field of engineering, environmental or science
- A current or the ability to obtain a DOE L or Q Security Clearance
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RSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran.