Roles & Responsibilities

  • Performs assigned air, water and waste environmental tasks.
  • Prepares applications, obtains, maintains, modifies, and manages day-to-day compliance programs for air, water, and/or waste permits and rules as assigned.
  • Performs complex environmental assignments and has ownership of some significant environmental functions and/or programs at the site.
  • Interprets federal, state, and local rules and their interrelationships to the refinery.
  • Performs emissions calculations for tanks, cooling towers, emissions events, emissions inventory, TRI inventory, and MSS and permit compliance, etc.
  • Participates in spill, release, and emissions event/incident investigations as assigned.
  • Participates in agency inspections/investigations/audits and assists with preparing responses as assigned.
  • Occasionally leads teams and other environmental professionals as assigned.
  • Performs Environmental On-Call duties several (typically 3-7) weeks a year.
  • Responds to after hours and weekend refinery incidents even when not on-call.
  • Responsible for any environmental tasks that may be assigned to manage environmental department workload and site environmental compliance.
  • May function as an environmental representative to a unit(s).
  • Responsible for review/approval of Management of Change (MOC) tasks in areas assigned.
  • Performs assigned environmental responsibilities with minimal or no supervision.
  • Have experience with refinery Federal and Texas air rules and regulations (e.g., NSPS J/Ja, NSPS K/Ka/Kb, NESHAP, RMACT I & II, EPA RSR, MACT F/G/H, SOCMI HON, Tx Reg 5, Tx Reg 7, etc.).
  • Have experience with notification to agencies, e.g., NRC, STEERS, LEPC notifications.
  • Reviews/approves/completes MOCs as environmental representative to assigned unit, area, or asset team.
  • Reviews/approves/completes incidents as assigned.
  • Prepares/completes all tasks or reports for which he/she is responsible.
  • Supervise/manage environmental consultants or contractors as assigned.

Min. Qualifications

  • Minimum BS or advanced degree in Engineering or Science
  • Minimum of 0 - 5+ years environmental experience
  • Must have good interpersonal skills; work well with others
  • Must have good verbal and written communication and presentation skills
  • Must have good time management and organizational skills
  • Must be a quicker learner, self-motivated, and dependable
  • Must be detailed and results oriented and a problem solver
  • Must be proficient in MS Excel, Word, Outlook, Access and PowerPoint (e.g., Office365)
  • General/Working knowledge of MOC, SAP, IMPACT/INTELEX, EDMS, LIMS, IP21 (or equivalent)
  • Working knowledge of Federal and Texas air rules/regulations (required)
  • Working knowledge of environmental labs and analytical reports
  • General knowledge of emergency response

Preferred Qualifications

  • General knowledge of solid waste, wastewater, and drinking water regulations (plus)
  • HAZWOPER trained/certified (plus

Competencies

  • Builds effective teams
  • Collaborates
  • Cultivates innovation
  • Customer focus
  • Demonstrates courage
  • Drives results
  • Ensures accountability
  • Instills trust and exemplifies integrity