YOUR TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The primary responsibilities of this role, Mine Environmental Coordinator, are to:
- Be responsible for overseeing third party contractors while ensuring and completing QA/QC of environmental field work including sampling of multimedia such as surface water and ground water, overburden, soil, vegetation (for pre mining and post mining) at active, legacy and future mine sites;
- Be responsible for field investigations and inspections, specifically dams, fugitive dust, cover systems, seeps and Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) at active, legacy and future mine sites;
- Own environmental sampling program including responsibility for all sampling supplies, preparation, maintenance and purchases or rentals of all equipment;
- Be accountable for reviewing reporting documentation before submittal to government agencies including quarterly Point of Compliance (POC), semiannual and annual Water Resources Management Report (WRMR) and work plans;
- Be responsible for submitting quarterly Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMR's) and annual Multi Sector General Permit (MSGP) reports to EPA;
- Be accountable for maintaining and ensuring mine compliance with Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) which ensures that reliable data is continuously collected and submitted;
- Be responsible for ensuring contractors are in compliance with safety guidelines, regulatory and company guidelines while on-site;
- Manage annual Stormwater Training for all mining employees and contractors to maintain compliance with MSGP;
- Be responsible for the creation of multiple site maps using ArcGIS, including annual operations maps and other requested maps from the mining group and plant;
- Manage all Stormwater discharged from sites in accordance with the MSGP;
- Oversee contractor selection processes for laboratory analysis (water, soil, vegetation, and rock), environmental field work and environmental database maintenance;
- Create and maintain annual sampling budget based on mine plans and sample forecasting;
- Manage full budgeting processing which includes invoice approval, processing and cost tracking, capital requests and working with contractors on budget reconciliation;
- Be accountable for ensuring that mine office and Enoch Valley office wells are in compliance with Public Water Systems (PWS) sampling requirements.
WHO YOU ARE
Your success will be driven by your demonstration of our LIFE values. More specifically related to this position, Bayer seeks an incumbent who possesses the following:
- Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science or closely related field with at least three years of relevant work experience;
- Environmental Sampling Certification or successful completion of certification within first six months of employment.
- ArcGIS systems familiarity;
- MSHA certified;
- Previous experience with BLM, IDEQ, USFS and EPA;
- EQUIS Environmental Database operator experience.