Manager - Environmental, Health and Safety

Wilsonart - Temple, TX3.7

The Manager - EHS will manage research studies to develop theories or methods of abating or controlling sources of environmental pollutants, utilizing knowledge of principles and concepts of various scientific and engineering disciplines under direction of Director of EHS.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Develop and implement environmental strategies and action plans, to ensure corporate sustainable development
Plan, coordinate and develop all required air permitting changes for the operations including Title V and NSR permits
Coordinate all aspects of pollution control, waste management, recycling, environmental health, conservation and renewable energy
Lead the implementation of environmental, Health & safety policies and practices
Audit, analyze and report EHS performance to internal and external clients and regulatory bodies
Carry out impact assessments to identify, assess and reduce an organization's EHS risks and financial costs
Promote and raise awareness, at all levels of an organization, of the impact of emerging environmental issues
Implement best practice in areas of corporate, ethical and social responsibility and address any issues arising
Develop and implement EHS management systems to continually improve the impact of the organization on the environment
Train staff at all levels on EHS issues and responsibilities
Negotiate EHS service agreements and manage associated costs and revenues
Write EHS reports, assuming the lead responsibility with the company
Oversee the data collection methods to be employed in research projects and surveys.
Plan and develop research models, using knowledge of mathematical, statistical and physical science concepts and approaches.
Oversee the collection and synthesizes of data derived from pollution emission measurements, atmospheric monitoring, meteorological and mineralogical information and soil or water samples.
Oversee the preparation of graphs, charts and statistical models from synthesized data, using mathematical, statistical and engineering analysis techniques.
Analyze data to assess pollution problems, establish standards and develop approaches for controlling pollution.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of safety and health standards applicable to the work area and other pertinent rules/regulations governing work standards.
Knowledge of environmental engineering practices.
Knowledge of OSHA requirements.
Knowledge of federal regulations, state laws and local laws affecting industrial practices.
Knowledge of air control principles pertaining to environmental standards, specifically Title V and New Source Review (NSR).
Ability to manage multiple priorities.
Ability to communicate well in oral and written forms inside and out of the organization. Ability to analyze problems and develop solutions.
Experience and knowledge of the permitting process for the state of Texas.

Minimum Qualifications:
6+ years experience dealing with environmental issues, two of which were in a supervisory capacity.
Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry or a closely related field. One additional year of experience may substitute for one year of required education with a maximum substitution of four years.

Physical Requirements:
Ability to lift and carry objects up to 50-100 pounds
Frequent standing, walking and lifting
Ability to read measuring devices such as ruler, calibrated tape measure, etc.
Ability to sit and keyboard
Must able to see and distinguish colors
No allergies to chemical (such as Methyl Methacrylate, Ethyl Acetate, Acetone, etc.)

Located in an environment with regular exposure to fumes or odors, temperature extremes, or loud noises.