Director, Florida Environmental & Land

Titan America, LLC
Florida, Florida, US
Jul 16, 2021
Jul 22, 2021
Employment Type
Full time
Salary Type
Environmental Director

Titan America, LLC, is a leading environmentally and socially progressive heavy building materials company located in the eastern United States. Titan America is part of the TITAN Group, an independent, multi-regional producer of cement and other related building materials. Our products include cement, aggregate, ready-mixed concrete and fly ash beneficiation. TITAN Group has a record of continuous growth since its establishment in 1902. It has expanded its production and distribution operations into 13 countries, employing more than 5,500 people. Our products protect human life and personal property, improve the quality of life, generate economic prosperity and connect society.
We are looking for a skilled and self-motivated Environmental Director located in Deerfield Beach, FL. This position will lead Titan America wide activities for the environmental compliance. This salary position reports to the President, Florida Business Unit.


Assess corporate and business impacts of new and pending environmental regulations and legislation, and environmental legal challenges, as they may apply to all business lines (cement, concrete/concrete products, aggregates, and fly ash).
Work with business units to develop strategy, work plans, budgets and schedules for implementation.
Work with management to develop environmental/sustainability policy and strategy, including setting, tracking and reporting sustainability and CO2 targets.
Work with BUs and facilities on implementation, as well as developing work plans and tools/metrics for tracking performance.
Communicate sustainability policy, strategy and progress with internal and external stakeholders.
Review, monitor, and disseminate new regulations and regulatory changes.
Develop and implement tools for compliance.
Coordinate environmental compliance across business units.
Conduct environmental audits of facilities.
Provide compliance summaries for legal, financial and insurance purposes.
Represent the company with the Portland Cement Association (PCA) environmental committees for various regulatory changes, legislative and environmental legal issues. Represent company and industry interests with regulators.
Coordinate with Titan Group on U.S. environmental issues, CO2 reporting, water management initiatives, and reporting of Environmental Performance Indicators (EPIs).
Lead Titan America efforts for periodic internal environmental and external non-financial/CSR audits.
Work on specific long-term, complex capital projects for permitting (air, wetlands, water permits) and with business units/facilities for various projects (air permits, spill plans, due diligence, etc.).


BS in Engineering (Environmental/Civil), Environmental Science, or related science (e.g., chemistry, biology).
Legal, regulatory policy, sustainability education/training a bonus.
5 years in industry or consulting with specific experience in regulatory policy and regulatory compliance, sustainability and CO2 initiatives, and air and water permitting. Professional licensing or other recognized environmental certification preferred.
Ability to concisely summarize complex environmental regulatory, legislative and legal issues.
Excellent writing, reporting and presentation capabilities, particularly for executive-level and industry groups.
Strong spreadsheet capabilities for CO2, water, and sustainability tracking and reporting.

Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Safety leadership focus.
Self-starter with high energy and proven record of instituting continuous improvement.
Demonstrated ability to form meaningful partnerships with various business leaders.
Proficient analytical and strategic planning, organization and time-management abilities. Must be capable of handling numerous projects concurrently.
Ability to understand companywide needs and influence others to meet business objectives.
Ability to communicate with and manage internal (cross functional teams) and external parties in an effective, collaborative, positive manner; representing the Company's interests.
Engineering and operational proficiency.
Excellent computer skills; including use of Microsoft Office suite including MS Project.
Strong problem solving and conflict resolution skills.

Success begins with hiring the right people to partner with us as we grow and develop our businesses. People are central to everything we do. It is through their efforts and talents that Titan has been successful for over 100 years.

Titan America is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) / Affirmative Action employer and welcomes all qualified applicants. Applicants will receive fair and impartial consideration without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic data, or other legally protected status.

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