Environmental Leader - 019222
INVISTA is a subsidiary of Koch Industries, Inc., one of the world's largest privately-held companies. Koch companies employ about 60,000 people and have a presence in nearly 60 countries.
INVISTA is among the world's largest integrated producers of polymers and fibers, primarily for nylon, spandex and polyester applications. With a business presence in more than 20 countries, INVISTA delivers exceptional value for its customers through market insights, technology innovations and a powerful portfolio of global trademarks including LYCRA® fiber, COOLMAX® fabric, CORDURA® fabric, STAINMASTER® carpet, and ANTRON® carpet fiber. INVISTA's businesses include Apparel, Intermediates, Performance Surfaces & Materials, and Performance Technologies. You may not realize it, but INVISTA's products play a role in nearly every aspect of your life. For example, INVISTA fibers may be in your carpet, clothing or bedding--and INVISTA polymers may be in your car, food packaging or camping gear. We transform daily life through innovations that create long-term value for our customers and society. You can be a part of the difference by joining the INVISTA team.
The Environmental Leader is responsible for compliance with environmental regulations at the INVISTA Orange Plant Nylon Intermediates manufacturing facility.
A successful candidate will have the following attributes:
• The ability to produce accurate, high quality work in a time-sensitive fast paced environment.
• The ability to organize, prioritize and own multiple tasks while meeting and/or exceeding deadlines.
• Strong communication skills and proven success in communicating effectively with all levels.
• Initiative and ability to work with minimal supervision and as part of a team.
Above all you will be expected to carry out all your activities with integrity, compliance and in a safe and efficient manner.
• Maintain compliance with the INVISTA Compliance Standards, including risk assessment, risk management, internal audits and self-assessments on all programs. Manage and supervise direct reports.
• Responsibilities include reporting, compliance assurance, training, permit modifications and renewals, procedure improvements and changes, waste analysis and testing.
• Compliance Leader – Drive site-wide compliance for environmental programs. Provide clear, timely and concise guidance to operating areas. Manage agency interactions during site inspections.
• Identify training required for the Compliance Program.
• Work with site training department to assure all compliance required training is on the site training matrix and identify the most appropriate means to deliver the training (site wide and area specific).
• Communicate new system requirements in an effective manner including updating procedures and training.
• Support/participate in the Emerging Issues Management Process by communicating with site operations and develop detailed compliance plans that identify affected equipment and processes.
• Document facility specific compliance requirements and the system/process for achieving compliance associated with all Programs.
• Utilize resources to prepare timely reports to TCEQ, annual waste summary, annual waste minimization report, semi-annual, and annual RCRA permit report.
• Waste Minimization/Reduction - track, report, and review progress towards waste minimization goals as shown in the 5-year plan.
• Ensure program requirements are understood and sustainable through the development of rigorous, robust, and integrated compliance systems.
• Ensure that all deadlines are met for the site Compliance Plan, periodic reports, and Consent Decree.
BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
• BS in a science or engineering field
• Minimum of 5 years’ supervisory experience
• Experience documenting regulatory applicability determinations, submitting reports, and field implementation requirements at a large industrial chemical or refining facility
• Knowledge of federal and state laws governing waste compliance
• Experience with reports to state and federal agencies
EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS PREFERRED:
• Texas Environmental regulatory experience
• Must be willing to relocate to the Orange, Texas area.
• Must be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship now or in the future.
Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.
We are an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V
Except where prohibited by state law, all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test.
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