You're not the person who will settle for just any role. Neither are we. Because we're out to create Better Care for a Better World, and that takes a certain kind of person and teams who care about making a difference. Here, you'll bring your professional expertise, talent, and drive to building and managing our portfolio of iconic, ground-breaking brands. In your Lead Environmental Engineer role, you'll help us deliver better care for billions of people around the world.
Responsibilities* Provides environmental leadership for the Chester mill and supports compliance with environmental permit requirements, corporate environmental policies, and applicable environmental regulations through the development and implementation of written procedures and programs.
* Monitors daily operations for environmental compliance, maintains environmental records, develops plans to meet corporate and facility sustainability objectives, leads environmental training, assesses proposed projects for environmental impacts, and recommends and assists with cost-effective solutions to environmental opportunities.
* • Monitors ongoing operations to ensure compliance with environmental permits and good environmental practices
* Ensures that accurate data is generated to support various environmental monitoring and permit requirements
* Collects environmental samples for laboratory analysis
* Oversees work activities performed by environmental consultants
* Provides environmental training for mill personnel
* Addresses deficiencies encountered during regulatory agency inspections and corporate audits
At Kimberly-Clark, you'll be part of the best teams committed to driving innovation and growth. We're founded on 150 years of market leadership, and we're always looking for new and better ways to perform-so what can you do with that? There's no time like the present to make an impact at Kimberly-Clark. It's all here for you at Kimberly-Clark.
In this role you will join the Chester Mill Engineering team and report to the Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability Manager.
You're driven to perform at the highest level possible, and you appreciate a performance culture fueled by authentic caring. You want to be part of a company actively dedicated to sustainability, inclusion, wellbeing, and career development.
To succeed in this role, you will need the following qualifications:
• Bachelor's degree in engineering, science, or related discipline
• Minimum 3 years of experience in a manufacturing environment
• Working knowledge of federal, state, and local environmental regulations (EPA, PADEP, DELCORA)
• Environmental certification is a plus (CEP, REM, CEA)A demonstrated ability to lead cross-functional teams to achieve project results within required timeframes.
• Technical background
• Ability to read, interpret, and evaluate environmental permits and regulations
• Basic understanding of chemical hazards including asbestos and lead paint
• Basic understanding of paper manufacturing process
• Familiarity with air emissions and related controls
• Familiarity with wastewater and storm water systems
• Familiarity with waste management and disposal practices
• Familiarity with specialized sampling techniques
Here are a few of the benefits you'd enjoy. For a complete overview, see www.mykcbenefits.com.
* Great support for good health with medical, dental, and vision coverage options. No waiting periods or pre-existing condition restrictions. Access to an on-site fitness center, occupational health nurse, and allowances for high-quality safety equipment.
* Flexible Savings and spending accounts to maximize health care options and stretch dollars when caring for yourself or dependents.
* Diverse income protection insurance options to protect yourself and your family in case of illness, injury, or other unexpected events.
* Additional programs and support to continue your education, adopt a child, relocate, or even find temporary childcare.
For Kimberly-Clark to grow and prosper, we must be an inclusive organization that applies the diverse experiences and passions of its team members to brands that make life better for people all around the world. We actively seek to build a workforce that reflects the experiences of our consumers. When you bring your original thinking to Kimberly-Clark, you fuel the continued success of our enterprise. We are a committed equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, pregnancy, genetic information, citizenship status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
The statements above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to this classification. Statements are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required for this position.