Environmental Manager - Power Plant
Job Opportunity at The David Wood Company

Posted on Sep 20

http://www.powerindustrycareers.com    +1 (360) 260-0979

Location: Morgantown, WV
Job Type: Full Time
Job ID: W4167902

This position is responsible for managing the Power Plant environmental and permitting programs and maintaining environmental compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. This individual will build relationships with the various regulatory agencies, renew and maintain the necessary permits to operate Longview, obtain permits and governmental approvals for additional units and provide quality assurance of environmental programs. This position will assist the executive team in managing Plant’s real estate, property risk, litigation efforts and other duties related to environmental and permitting matters.
  • Develop a positive and productive relationship with environmental regulators, environmental organizations, and the community in managing the Power Plant and other assets as needed.
  • Obtain, renew and maintain all required permits and governmental approvals to conduct Company's business and additional units.
  • Develop processes to comply with the obligations of the permits and the local, state and federal regulations, and ensure that the processes are operational and effective at all assets.
  • Provide leadership and direction to Plant environmental management personnel.
  • Provide oversight and direction for the day-to-day compliance with permits and regulations including Title V Air permits, Air Operating permits, NOx regulations, Acid Rain permits and NPDES permit, hazardous materials and emissions permits, etc.
  • Prepare and submit reports to various government agencies, financial stakeholders and corporate entities, provide quality assurance of data reported.
  • Procure and manage federal air emission allowances.
  • Represent Company in the community by promoting our environmental stewardship and by educating the public regarding our activities.
  • Analyze the various options for complying with new regulations and changes to regulations and permits.
  • The ability to interpret environmental laws and permit requirements, and stay abreast of the changing regulatory landscape to help Company anticipate and shape potential new legislation.
  • Coordinate regular periodic plant audits to ensure that proper regulatory plans are in place and updated as needed.
  • Maintain the real estate files and manage easements, leases and other land use agreements.
  • Work with the executive team to support the management of the Plant assets.
  • Support Company business development activities as needed.
  • Participate in plant teams or committees as required.
  • Other duties as assigned. 
  • A Bachelor's degree in environmental science or environmental engineering is required.
  • Experience/Knowledge of:
    • 40 CFR Part 60, 63, & 75
    • CEMS


      Federal & State reporting for air

  • Extensive experience in the use of personal computers and numerous software applications such as Excel, Word, MS Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, etc.
  • Ability to productively work independently and as an overall integral Company team member.
  • Ability to develop relationships with Plant Management and Corporate entities.
  • Must have strong written and oral communication skills and the ability to effectively organize and facilitate process teams to implement Company improvement initiatives.
  • Ability to handle quick changing situations under stress and to work extended hours on short notice if and when required.
  • Travel to all the plant locations and to other corporate locations will be required.
  • Ability to productively work independently and as an overall integral Company team member.
  • Ability to handle quick changing situations under stress and to work extended hours onshort notice if and when required.
  • Ability to deal with adverse situations in a professional manner.
  • Have a valid driver's license.
  • Successfully complete pre-employment physical exam, including a drug/alcohol test, and a background check.
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