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Environmental Manager

State: California
Job Category: Safety/Risk
Job Code: 1465
# of Openings: 1

Description

Description

Environmental Manager (EHS MANAGER IV), Lake Isabella, CA

 

Required Skills:

 

  • Bachelor's degree in the area of Biology or Environmental studies.
  • Minimum 7 years Environmental experience/knowledge. Heavy civil background a plus.
  • Familiarity with Federal and California Environmental Regulatory Requirements for Construction. Including the requirements of the: Clean Water Act (408, 404, 402, and 401); Clean Air Act (Title V, emissions, on/off road vehicles and equipment); Endangered Species Act (CESA-Incidental Take Permits and ESA- Section 7/10 Biological Assessments/Biological Opinions), Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA) compliance; Fish and Game Code (including SAA 1600); Programmatic Agreements with State Historic Preservation Office (Section 106) and the Department of the Interior requires for cultural resources; Reviewing Phase I and Phase IIs, and the RCRA/CERCLA.
  •  Knowledge  and experience with Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  •  Mature and effective presenter and communicator, capable of interacting with senior level executives
  •  Strong analytic, organizational, and interpersonal skills

 

Responsibilities:

 

  •      Develop environmental strategies that ensure compliance with Federal, state, and local regulatory requirements. Including the development and implementation of Environmental Protection/Compliance Plans. Developing strategies for managing project requirements and mitigation measures associated with:

 

  • Biological Resources
  • Cultural Resources
  • Water Quality
  • Air Quality
  • Hazardous Materials Management
  • Noise and Vibration
  • Sustainability (Waste Management and Diversion)

 

•      Lead in the implementation of environmental policies

•      Reporting on environmental performance to internal and external clients along with regulatory agencies.  Identifying and reducing project's  environmental risks and costs

 •      Keeping up with best practices and changing  legislation concerning environmental issues

 •      Directing public relations activities, communications, and education plans involving environmental issues.

 •      Training employees  at all levels on environmental practices and responsibilities

 

 

DRAGADOS USA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 





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