Environmental Compliance Engineer

Environmental Compliance Engineer

Period of performance shall be for 1 year with two 1-year options

Yes

Duties/Responsibilites

DUTIES:   
Provide environmental compliance support to the ESSH, Asset Management and other non-traditional facilities/areas at the Savannah River Site as needed.  Ensure that the facility complies with all federal, state and DOE environmental requirements.  Integrate the environmental compliance program into the daily operation of the facility and project teams.  Specific tasks include but not limited to: 
- Review and provide support for the development of Environmental Evaluation Checklist (EECs)/NEPA evaluations 
- Attend plan-of-the-day, plan-of-week, and project meetings as necessary
- Maintain awareness of facility activities; provide accurate status of pertinent environmental issues
- Perform hazardous waste determinations/characterizations and assist in the development of paperwork for shipment of wastes
- Perform regular facility walk downs and inspections, (1) to ensure all facility and project operations meet current environmental program requirements and, (2) to maintain awareness of facility activities 
- Review and approve operating procedures, work packages and assisted hazards analysis (AHA) documents pertaining to equipment/parameters that support environmental programs/requirements 
- Develop sampling and analysis plans as needed for environmental compliance or waste characterization
- Provide input to site-wide environmental reports for the various environmental media and regulations (e.g., air (CAA), water (CWA), waste (RCRA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA), Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA), etc.) 
- Support programmatic continuous improvement initiatives 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:
B.S. in environmental engineering/science or related field with 7-14 years technical work experience or M.S. in environmental engineering/science or related technical field with 5-10 years technical work experience or Ph.D in environmental engineering / science or related technical field with 2-4 years technical work experience.

Experience/Skills:
Experience with the implementation of Clean Water, Hazardous Waste and NEPA requirements.  Experience with South Carolina and federal environmental agencies and their regulations is preferred but not required.  Field experience required.  Ability to walkdown field sites required. 

Work Hours:
A 40 hour work week is scheduled.  SRS utilizes various work schedules; including 5/8s (8 hours/day; five days per week), 4/10s (10 hours/day; four days per week), and a 9/80s (9 hours/day, five days on week A and 4 days on week B).  Work week excludes SRNS holidays.  Each work day has a 30-minute lunch.   

Qualification Required

Environmental Media Experience
a) RCRA
b)  TSCA   
c)  EPCRA   
d) CWA           
e)  NEPA   
f)  CAA                                                                                                         

Field experience required.  Ability to walkdown field sites required.                  

Experience with South Carolina and federal environmental agencies and their regulations is preferred but not required.

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