EHS Due Diligence & Remediation Program Manager Services, Inc. - United States3.6

Full-timeEstimated: $80,000 - $110,000 a year
A Bachelor’s Degree in Geology, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Chemical or Environmental Engineering, or related field of study.

8+ years of experience serving as an environmental technical resource, program specialist, or project manager.

Possess knowledge and experience of ASTM Phase I standards and other environmental protocols, understand core business and legal concepts of business transactions, with continued interest in working on transactions.

Experience in development and implementation of standards, policies and programs.

WW EHS Due Diligence & Remediation Program Manager

As a WW EHS Due Diligence Program Manager, you will be responsible for partnering with various stakeholders and teams around the world to support real estate transactions. You will perform transaction related due diligence, scope and manage remediation projects, develop Amazon standards and policy, and implement and execute the requirements of the program. In this role, you will assist in managing these programs at the corporate level and ensure that EHS-related risks and liabilities are appropriately evaluated and mitigated as part of our transactions.

To be successful in this role, you will possess exceptional organizational and communication skills and be able to send clear, concise and consistent messages, both verbally and in writing. You possess site assessment and investigation program knowledge, understand the regulatory environment, and demonstrate this expertise when working with internal and external teams.

Provide a single point of contact to transaction teams to support them on understanding and executing Amazon’s due diligence program.

Complete EHS reviews of due diligence-related information including Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, historical reports, regulatory agency assessments, health-risk assessments and vapor mitigation plans.

Evaluate and investigate potential exposure risks from building materials or property conditions including but not limited to asbestos containing materials, lead-based paint, and vapor intrusion.

Scope and manage phase II site investigations

Provide support and training to a wide range of interested teams and partners.

Provide review and feedback for work performed by contractors, developers, and consultants.

Demonstrate that you can prioritize and lead multiple projects and assignments concurrently.

Represent Amazon at appropriate levels with property owners and their representatives, consultants, and legal advisors to maintain and develop professional and effective relationships.

Experience in a dynamic, changing/growing organization.

Experience demonstrating a high level of interpersonal skills to work effectively with others.

Exceptional organizational skills.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

The ability to collaborate with multiple interested parties with a variety of goals and objectives.

The ability to manage a high-volume workload.

Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

Additional language fluency is a bonus.