Environmental Permitting Specialist - Phoenix, AZ

in Phoenix, AZ

Environmental Permitting Specialist - Phoenix, AZ Job

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  • Job Location

    Phoenix, AZ 85003, US

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    Environmental, Health, & Safety

  • Coordinate, conduct, and teach compliance reviews, inspections, and internal audits to ensure adherence to all applicable environmental permits, rules, and regulations
  • Obtain all environmental permits required for company plants, sites, and projects
  • Assist in ensuring all compliance or monitoring tests are conducted in accordance with timeframes outlined in environmental operation permits
  • Assist in maintaining documentation compliance activities such as inspections, audits, complaints, and investigations verifying information is updated in EMS
  • Report all violations of environmental permits, rules, and regulations to company management personnel and, when required by operational permits, to duly authorized regulatory agencies
  • Keep informed regarding changes to environmental legislation, trends, and best practices and assess the potential impact these changes will have on company operations
  • Work with sites and projects to review required documents to ensure ongoing compliance and ensure it is in Environmental Management System (Riskonnect) Manage and attend emissions testing
  • Develop and update environmental-related requirements and procedures
  • Ensure all compliance and annual reports are completed and documented in EMS
  • Inform internal field employees, managers, and outside contractors of company environmental policy, best practices, and compliance requirements
  • Participate in environmental education and research
  • Advise field and middle managers on use of any environmental compliance or reporting tools that are available for them
  • Develop and implement environmental compliance plans for programs such as air quality, stormwater discharges, oil spill prevention or control, recycling, managing hazardous materials, employee education, and so on
  • Track key compliance metrics and implement systems to improve performance
  • Facilitate improvements to and help maintain site Environmental Management System
  • Bachelors degree preferred, in environmental science/studies and should have advanced formal training,
  • Position is remote with preference given to those near APG locations and/or major airport 
  • Position will need to travel up to 50% of the time to support businesses across the West region while supporting international businesses primarily through electronic methods
  • Highly competitive base pay
  • Comprehensive medical, dental and disability benefits programs
  • Group retirement savings program
  • Health and wellness programs
  • A diverse and inclusive culture that values opportunity for growth, development, and internal promotion

Oldcastle APG, a CRH Company, is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer.

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