The Environmental Coordinator will provide environmental technical and regulatory support for BP's US Pipelines business in Midwest (MW) Crude District. As the Environmental Coordinator, you will be responsible for the integrity and effectiveness of Central District's day-to-day environmental programs, policies and procedures. You will collaborate with the operations and Health, Safety, Security, and Environmental (HSSE) teams to ensure compliance with all Federal, State and Local environmental regulations, permits, and with corporate policy. In this role the successful candidate will work on air, water and waste related matters as they relate to the USPL Operations. This work includes but is not limited to program areas such as Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. The Environmental Coordinator role is supported through a network of Environmental Coordinators assigned to USPL locations across the US serving in a similar capacity and by a Central HSSE Team focusing on policy and program development. You will work closely with both groups to ensure consistency in interpretation of both internal and external requirements that will drive the most effective and efficient strategies and solutions to ensure that no harm comes to the environment and the communities in which BP operates.
- Lead the district in emergency preparedness and response activities, to include drill development/delivery, maintain Facility Response Plans, and 24/7 environmental support for drills and emergency response
- Responsible for managing environmental permits, including modifications, renewals and preparation of reports as may be required
- Maintain and enhance relationships as the district's primary liaisons with local and state Environmental regulatory agencies
- Complete quarterly, semi-annual and annual reporting including air emission inventories, hazardous and non-hazardous waste reports, SARA Tier II reports, etc.
- Responsible for the district Waste Management Program including submittal of reports and development and custodian of reduction plans
- Provide accurate and timely guidance to district personnel on applicable environmental rules, regulations and policy to ensure compliance is achieved
- Participate in and prepare for audits and inspections conducted by regulatory agencies
- Coordinate and deliver annual Environmental training to Operations staff as may be required
- Bachelors of Science from a regionally accredited school in environmental engineering, science or relevant field of study is required.
- Minimum of 5 years of experience in oil and gas industry or related field
- Minimum of 5 years of experience in environmental work
- Knowledge of federal and state environmental regulations
- Working knowledge and experience with the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
- Ability to work cross functionally
- Strong verbal and written communication skills