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As Environmental Specialist V, you'll need functional/technical expertise and skills in areas of air, water and/or waste. In this role, you'll be responsible for assessing environmental risk, regular environmental planning, scheduling and cost estimating. You'll manage resources, develop strategy for projects and report on milestones achieved.
Your work will challenge you, and with our Core Values & Beliefs to guide you, you'll quickly learn and grow with us.
Develops, maintains, improves and provides guidance, support and info on processes/policies
Assesses environmental risk, provides recommendations to address risk and participates in or leads the approved course of action, including required regulatory documentation
Coordinates regular environmental planning, scheduling and cost estimating, including preparation of environmental impact assessments
Provides guidance/mentorship to others and is involved in industry associations and environmental communities
Leads projects or programs with significant risk and complexity to achieve milestones and objectives; develops the strategy for project execution, manages resources requirements
Possesses functional/technical expertise and skills in areas of air, water and/or waste
Performs operational support functions related to overall air permitting and compliance for interstate transmission and/or midstream natural gas gathering & processing assets located in the Atlantic-Gulf Operating Area
Demonstrates excellent organizational/interpersonal skills and safety as the utmost priority
Other duties as assigned
Education/Years of Experience:
Required: Bachelor's degree and minimum 15 years' environmental experience
Preferred: Minimum 10 years' experience in environmental soil and groundwater assessment and remediation at CERCLA (Superfund) and RCRA sites
Direct professional experience with USACE, USFWS, FERC, USEPA and relevant state agencies (VA, MD and NC preferred).
Advanced knowledge of air quality compliance, water discharge, waste management, and SPCC requirements as well as familiarity with CAA, CWA, RCRA, CERCLA, SARA, TSCA, DOT and FERC regulations
Needs proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office Application and PC skills