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CALIBRE Systems, Inc., an employee-owned Management Consulting and Digital Transformation company, is looking for a Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Environmental Program Manager to provide environmental expertise to support the Army BRAC Division (BRACD). The successful candidate shall provide technical expertise to support to accelerate environmental characterization and cleanup at designated BRAC and Non-BRAC Excess (NBE) installations. A successful candidate shall have expert knowledge in the areas of environment, natural and cultural resources, general engineering, program management principals, and experience in executing large and complex multi-disciplinary actions, preferably at former DoD installations (IAW DoD and Army regulations, BRAC policies and associated governing federal law). The candidate will be a member of a team that works closely with other team members and must be able to develop and maintain productive working relationships with a wide range of external BRAC Environmental Program stakeholders. Given the number of environmental remediation-related requirements, reporting requirements and policy-related actions, he/she must be able to work on multiple actions at a time. A successful candidate will also possess expert-level skill with grammar, spelling, and standard style conventions and superior attention to detail.
Specifically, candidate will support the BRAC Division by:
Providing support for accountability procedures to help ensure annual planned activities are completed for Installation Restoration Program (IRP), and Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP) sites for BRAC and Non-BRAC Excess installations as projected in the Headquarters Army Environmental System (HQAES).
Providing support in reviewing of HQAES and environmental liability cost-to-complete submissions from BRAC Environmental Coordinators (BEC) and reviewing cost-to-complete documentation from BECs for audit readiness annually.
Tracking and reporting on the status of installation-level environmental actions to include performing semi-annual program management reviews of cleanup progress; preparing status reports/briefings that reflect the results of the semi-annual reviews.
Developing, maintaining, and executing Army regulations, policies, and guidance within the framework of the Army Environmental Cleanup Strategy.
Developing updates to the BRAC Defense Environmental Restoration Program (DERP) Management Guidance.
Updating a cleanup program long-term course exit strategies in property-specific BRAC Cleanup Plans or BRAC Installation Action Plans.
Assisting the BRACD in the development, monitoring, and reporting of environmental liabilities.
Developing/reviewing property conveyance-related environmental and National Environmental Policy Act, National Historic Preservation Act (NEPA) documents for accuracy, reliability, and compliance with all federal, state, and local regulatory requirements.
Using industry best practices in developing recommendations for optimal use of diminishing BRAC environmental program resources in cleaning up and transferring properties, and develop cost effective regulatory closure and transfer strategies for Army facilities.
Providing support which includes the following: developing technical cleanup criteria; evaluating regulatory closure requirements; estimating cleanup costs; defining environmental insurance specifications; and drafting/reviewing Technical Specifications and Requirements Statements.
Strong attention to detail
Expert-level grasp of grammar, spelling, and standard style conventions (e.g., APA, MLA, Chicago, GPO)
Experience with writing in the Army style is highly desirable (e.g., DA Pam 600-67, Effective Writing for Army Leaders; Army Regulation 25-50, Preparing and Managing Correspondence; the Associated Press Style Book)
Ability to develop written material based on pre-existing content or based on research and/or interviews
Ability to communicate effectively and to maintain good relationships and work effectively with other team members
Ability to manage schedule and workload to successfully work multiple projects simultaneously
Current and direct experience in and demonstrated ability to use Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, etc.) without instruction
Must have an ACTIVE SECRET CLEARANCE
Five years (preferably ten) of demonstrated relevant experience managing Headquarters Department of the Army environmental programs to include the IRP, MMRP, DERP, HQAES, NEPA, and DERP.
Five years of demonstrated relevant experience in environmental resource management.
An in-depth understanding of all regulatory requirements including the Safe Drinking Water Act, Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Toxic Substances & Control Act, Title 16 Endangered Species Act/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service endangered species actions, and all other pertinent legislation necessary to cleanup and convey federal properties.
Recent environmental program management experience working with DoD in coordination with Federal, State, and community stakeholders (with USACE, Army Environmental Command, Army or other Service Staffs, Army Secretariat (Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army - Environment, Safety and Occupational Health (ESOH) is desirable.
CALIBRE and its subsidiaries are an Equal Opportunity Employer and supports transitioning service members, veterans and individuals with disabilities. We offer a competitive salary and full benefits package. To be considered, please apply via our website at www.calibresys.com. Come join our dynamic team. #CALIBRECareers #SPEARCareers