The Environmental Air Advisor will work within the Environmental Department, SSH&E Division in Beaumont, Texas. The Environmental Department supports the Beaumont Refinery, Chemical Plant and the Polyethylene Plant. The Environmental Air Advisor supports the sites with analysis of air regulations, applicability determinations, maintaining existing regulatory compliance systems and air permit consultation. The Air Advisor may review physical and operational changes, including air permit requirements. Responsible for driving SSHE Functional Excellence by communicating values, displaying behaviors, and reinforcing standards consistent with OIMS and LPS. The position will keep up-to-date with regulations and support ExxonMobil Advocacy staff to help drive reasonable rulemaking and interpretations.
• Provide compliance support to the manufacturing sites including analysis of air regulations, applicability determinations and air permit consultation.
• Must be knowledgeable in areas of the CAA, NSPS, NESHAPS, and MACT standards.
• Review physical and operational changes using systematic methods or Best Practices to ensure compliance with air regulations, including air permit requirements.
• Understanding of of how Title V permitting and compliance affect the supported sites.
• Evaluate, manage, and interpret data, make recommendtions, and prepare written and verbal reports as needed.
• Complete air permitting applications and knowledgeable of state permitting rules.
• Develop Environmental Business Plans to drive continued improvement in environmental performance by addressing significant environmental aspects and in conjunction with other business drivers.
• Develop Compliance Plans to ensure compliance with new or revised regulations and permits. Develop improved systems to drive both compliance and efficiencies.
• Support ExxonMobil Advocacy staff on regulatory issues to help drive reasonable rulemaking and regulatory interpretations.
• Act as a liason between state and federal agencies by participating in agency inspections and providing information requested
• Performs periodic field walks, informal audits, and field verifications to validate current performance of assigned units.
• Responsible for rolling out basic environmental training modlues for air compliance.
• Participate in internal and external regulatory assessments.
• Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Environmental Science or equivalent work experience
• Proven ability to take initiative, manage / prioritize deadlines and achieve results
• Knowledge of Federal and State environmental regulations
• Strong analytical and communication skills
• Must be able to work both independently, and as part of a team member, with people of differing backgrounds and experience levels.
• Intermediate level desktop computer skills using Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint
• 3+ years experience working with environmental air issues in oil and gas or petrochemical industry
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team setting, and personal drive and intiative to achieve results
• Demonstrated leadership skills
ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship status, protected veteran status, genetic information, or physical or mental disability.