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Environmental Engineer

Deridder, Louisiana, US
Closing date
Jan 21, 2022

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Consultancy/Private Sector
Conservation science
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Full time
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Are you ready to do something remarkable? Ready to collaborate with an incredible team to solve problems that improve peoples lives? Meet Ingevity.

At Ingevity, we develop innovations that purify, protect and enhance the world around us. Our products enable oil to flow better, crops to grow fuller, roads to last longer and ensure that the air we all breathe is cleaner.

Our people come from all different backgrounds and help reimagine new possibilities daily. We understand there is no challenge too big and no contribution too small. We seek out new ideas for tackling complex problems and celebrate achieving the improbable. We value each persons unique talents and synergize them to create meaningful impact and sustainable solutions for our customers and our world.

Bold. Energetic. Ingenious. Genuine. If these qualities describe you, wed love for you to join Ingevity!

Heres how you will impact Ingevity:
The Environmental Engineer positions primary responsibility is to ensure compliance with all environmental regulations and to manage projects related to environmental regulatory compliance, environmental performance, and pollution control. Area of focus will be on ensuring compliance with facility water and waste programs including daily, monthly and quarterly testing requirements and aiding with other media as designated. Maintains files and submits reports and performs other clerical functions as required by other permits and/or environmental regulations.

* Plan, direct and manage environmental programs for the facility under senior management direction to ensure that the facility is aware of, and in compliance with, applicable Environmental requirements for media assigned.
* Serve as liaison with DEQ, EPA, or other regulatory personnel on inspections, on-site visits, meetings, and/or other concerns that arise.
* Assists site and corporate SH&E group in the development of plans and procedures to meet proposed and new regulations as required.
* Perform additional duties as required to ensure environmental compliance/excellence AFE review, New Chemical Request review, Responsible Care Management System oversight, employee training, etc.
* Participate in facility goal setting and budgeting for the environmental programs.
* Prepare regulatory submittals or coordinate/supervise their completion including DMRs, Title V reports, Permit revisions and renewals, etc.
* Monitoring/inspection of the WWTS systems in accordance with the requirements of the LPDES water and waste permit regulations including but not limited to sampling of water discharges, water quality, groundwater, waste, equipment functionality, levee integrity inspections, SWPPP, SPCC, etc. Communicate as necessary with operations concerning operating constraints.
* Assist in all administrative and clerical functions for media assigned including data entry for environmental regulatory reports and maintaining files and databases, correspondence, etc.
* Enter requisitions & work orders as necessary for the department. Review and receive merchandise and services using SAP. Maintain the Purchase Card logs for the Environmental Dept. Enter check requests for annual DEQ fees and mail with invoices.
* Participate in and conduct SH&E compliance audits.
* Manage facility hazardous and non-hazardous waste program including minimizing, tracking, scheduling and coordinating shipments, preparing manifests, inputting requisitions, and maintenance of the waste stream database including sampling for new waste profiles and renewals.

Here is what youll need to succeed in this role:

* BS degree in Chemical Engineering (preferred) or other Engineering/Science discipline; Environmental Science / Management degree acceptable
* Minimum 3-5 years environmental work experience in an industrial setting, preferred WWTS operator training/certification. Familiarity with each major environmental statute (e.g., CWA, CAA, TSCA, RCRA, etc.). Familiarity with the proper operation of analytical, metering, and sampling equipment.
* Must have good technical understanding of chemical processes with excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must be able to effectively interact with all levels of plant personnel, public, and regulatory agencies. Must possess good problem-solving skills, and an ability to prioritize many responsibilities and meet strict deadlines.
* Ability to understand and interpret environmental regulations which apply to operations at this location and determine the impact of future regulations.
* This role ieligible for employment visa sponsorship.
* The successful candidate must not now, or in the future, require sponsorship to work in the US

Ingevity is a company made up of extraordinary people of every race, religion and background, all worthy of the same dignity. Our differences are one of our great strengths. Join us in building a culture of increasing diversity and respect a culture where everyone belongs.

Ingevity is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.

Recruiting Agencies: Ingevity does not accept unsolicited resumes and therefore, will not be responsible for any fees associated with unsolicited resumes.
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