Environmental Compliance Manager - UST's
Business Results Orientation
Manages all phases of remediation of petroleum releases including:
Develop and/or review work plans, cost proposals, analytical results, corrective action recommendations, and closure requests internally or by Environmental Consultants as appropriate to achieve closure of existing and new petroleum releases in a timely and cost effective manner; Track and approve all remediation expenditures and assure reimbursement of 100% of eligible expense from Insurance Fund
Manages & Supervises all components of regulatory compliance including:
Compliance with regulatory petroleum release detection standards including monitoring daily status of UST systems through remote access software and/or tank inventory records; Archive required records for tank and line leak detection and report and/or resolve alarm indications
Compliance with corrosion protection regulations for metallic UST system components
Compliance with applicable Air Pollution Control Program agency standards within any designated non-attainment areas including coordination with Facilities personnel in the use of approved components, periodic site inspections and system testing, and ensuring that facility self-inspections are conducted
Ensure environmental records are current, available and able to meet all correspondence deadlines or regulatory review
Maintain insurance coverage and eligibility of all company-owned or operated underground storage systems within the appropriate Sate Storage Tank Insurance Fund
Manage maintenance issues relating to petroleum equipment to maintain operation and compliance for company owned assets and dealer compliance customers
Develop proactive measures to ensure fuel quality standards are met, and investigate and assist in resolution of fuel related customer complaints
Coordinate with corporate training team to assure appropriate environmental compliance related technical training is provided to operating personnel and dealer customers
Develop programs to improve efficiency or reduce costs related to regulatory compliance including but not limited to automation, and coordination with Company and external resources
Track and schedule periodic testing or inspection of storm water quality systems, waste water storage systems and non-public drinking water systems
Investigate sustainability strategies and opportunities for new and existing facilities, incorporating green building techniques into new and existing facilities
Oversee an approved vendor list to ensure there are appropriate certificates of insurance on file
Coordinate with internal customers and suppliers in resolving fuel quality issues
Knowledge and comprehension of any and all federal, state and local environmental laws, rules and regulations affecting the storage and sale of petroleum products
Manage new and existing projects (UST maintenance repair projects, tanks/lines, etc., and UST removal projects) including budget management, schedule/timeline management, etc.
Analyze and evaluate the impact of chemicals of concern to the environment, human health and safety within the framework of Risk Based Corrective Action models
Knowledge of regulated components of underground or above ground petroleum storage tank systems including vapor recovery components, automatic tank gauges, leak detection equipment, overfill and overspill, piping components and dispensers
Represent the Company’s interests related to new and existing regulation by participating in work groups, rule making, guidance and the legislature
Direct: Compliance Administrator
Responsible for the overall direction, coordination and evaluation of the position. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include planning, assigning and directing work; managing training and certifications; appraising performance, rewarding and disciplining employees up to and including termination with supervisor’s approval; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
Required: Bachelors degree in physical sciences (Environmental Science, Chemistry, Biology, Geology, Engineering, etc.).
Required: 3-5 years in environmental/regulatory position, consultant, or related field work
Preferred: Underground Storage Tank (UST) experience
*Ability to read, write, speak, and understand English in a manner that is sufficient for effective communication with groups of managers, clients, customers and the general public.
Technology, Tools, And Equipment:
*Computer, *Microsoft Office Suite, *telephone, copier/fax/printer
Certificates, Licenses and/or Registrations:
Valid driver's license in only one state; APCP Designated Person, Missouri Class A/B Operator
Consideration preference primarily for local Missouri candidates in St. Louis, Franklin, Jefferson, and Crawford counties. Position is a split location: 2-3 days per week in field across greater St. Louis area store sites, and therefore 2-3 days per week at Cuba, MO support center office.
Apply via this post site - or email your resume AND cover letter to Stephanie.Morris@wallisco.com
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