Martinez, CA, United States
Engineering, Environmental, Sciences
Jul 03, 2019
Permitting Environmental Engineer - Martinez, CA
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The Environmental Engineer is responsible for supporting the refinery environmental compliance with corporate policies and federal, state and local laws and regulations. The Environmental Engineer works closely with operations, maintenance, inspection, other engineering disciplines and contractors to ensure that environmental requirements are clearly understood and conveyed throughout the organization. The Environmental Engineer provides compliance assurance and works to continuously improve our environmental management systems and environmental performance.
Review Refinery changes (including both physical and operational changes) to assess permitting and regulatory requirements
Review projects and Management of Change actions for compliance and permitting requirements
Prepare/submit permit applications to the relevant federal, state, and local agencies and obtain the necessary permits from relevant agencies
Develop strategies for working with internal and external stakeholders
Negotiate issues with a broad spectrum of stakeholders (e.g. agencies, non-governmental organizations, contractors, internal resources
Oversee contract resources within deadline and budget constraints.
Develop and incorporate project permit regulatory plans to ensure a sustainable regulatory compliance and monitoring program is in place post project
Develop and deliver training to refinery personnel and contractors as required concerning permit, regulatory and corporate requirements
Provide compliance assurance for regulatory (federal, state, and local) requirements, and Shell environmental standards
Preparation and submittal of compliance reports to local, state, and federal agencies.
Lead/participate in agency inspections and compliance/enforcement issues as appropriate
Lead/participate in Shell driven audits as appropriatePromote the identification and development of environmental opportunities and improvements to the organization
Monitor and evaluate emerging environmental regulatory requirements for business impact and assist in the implementation
Provide guidance and support to other environmental staff in areas of expertise.
Support/backfill other environmental media functions in air, water and waste
Participate as appropriate in state/industry trade association working groups
Participate in the refinery 24/7 on call environmental duty rotation
Participate as a member of the Refinery Oil Spill Response Team
Works with a broad spectrum of regulatory agencies (e.g. EPA, BAAQMD, Contra Costa County, City of Martinez, California Energy Commission, California State Lands Commission, Bay Conservation and Development Commission, San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, US Army Corps of Engineers, and other agencies)
Works in an area with very active non-governmental organizations and environmentalist groups
Oversees multiple contractors at times
Evaluates an extensive range of refinery requirements
Works to many regulatory and internal deadlines
Collaborates with a broad internal audience to develop strategies for addressing internal and external stakeholders
Building strong positive working relationships based on a high level of trust and credibility with agency personnel, NGOs, operations and maintenance personnel, and managers, supervisors and staff
Prioritizing and managing large numbers of projects and requests simultaneouslyMeeting compliance, permitting, and project deadlines while still supporting day-to-day needs
Navigating the complexities of refinery discretionary permitting in California's Bay Area
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California - Martinez Refinery
Must have legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis for anyone other than current employer.
Bachelor of Science degree in engineering, environmental, physical sciences, or other closely related technical field required.
Minimum seven (7) years work experience with federal and state environmental regulatory in a in a refinery or chemical plant
Working knowledge and experience with refinery environmental discretionary permitting and refinery regulations required by local and federal environmental agencies including Bay Area Air Quality Management District, Contra Costa County, San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, and the Environmental Protection Agency. California Environmental Quality Act experience a significant plus.
Proven track record of working collaboratively with diverse groupsProven track record of productivity when challenged with multiple projects and priorities
Supervisory Experience a significant plus.
Demonstrated strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to communicate complex issues in a simple, straightforward manner to individuals and groups at many levels inside and outside of the organization
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