Environmental Coordinators provide environmental technical and regulatory support. Environmental Coordinators are responsible for the integrity and effectiveness of the assigned district(s) sites' day-to-day environmental programs, policies and procedures, ensuring compliance with all Federal, State and Local environmental regulations, permits and with corporate policy. The position requires attention to detail, the ability to effectively manage available resources and prioritize work on a continual basis, in a team environment. The successful applicant is expected to effectively use and develop management systems to deliver results, maintain local crisis and continuity management plans and plan and execute associated Spill Drills. The position will support the USPL Northwest Pipeline District Operations in Washington and Oregon.
- Responsible for managing environmental permits, including modifications, renewals and preparation of reports as required by BP, permits and/or regulations. Maintain and enhance relationships as the district's primary liaison with local and state regulatory agencies.
- Complete quarterly, semi-annual and annual reporting including air emission inventories, hazardous and non-hazardous waste reports, toxic release inventories, annual compliance certifications, SARA Tier II reports, etc.
- Review and coordinate updates to regulatory plans including SPCC, SWPPP, NPDES, air permits, Malfunction Abatement Plans and provide environmental input for Facility Response Plans.
- Own the district Waste Management Program including submittal of quarterly reports and development and custodian of reduction plans. Support the Waste Single Point of Contact (SPOC) training and coordination.
- Provide accurate and timely guidance to district personnel on applicable environmental rules, regulations and policy to ensure compliance is achieved. Keep abreast of local and state regulations and communicate changing environmental regulations/BP policies.
- Maintain and update district environmental compliance tasks in the CTM.
- Coordinate the district's Environmental Management System development and maintain ISO 14001 Certification.
- Identify environmental training needs, develop or acquire relevant training materials and support the delivery of the annual environmental related training.
- Assist in emergency preparedness and drills and provide 24/7 environmental support for drills and emergency response.
- Accountable for Local Crisis and Continuity Management Plans and associated Spill Drills
Bachelor of Science degree in environmental engineering, science or related field
- 5 years of experience working in an Environmental role
- Knowledge of federal and state environmental regulations.
- Working knowledge and experience with RCRA, CAA and CWA.