Catalyst Recruiting Inc.
- Ridgecrest, CA
Our client needs an experienced environmental engineer with a heavy focus on Water, Waste, WWTP, RCRA, etc, issues to lead the environmental side of their EHS program at their borates/salts operation. The position reports to the site EHS director. A lot of regulatory work – but more work in-plant than it appears!
There are two processing operations and a power generation station on-site as well as large brine extraction, discharge of injection locations. Products: borates, carbonates, bicarbonates, chlorides, etc.
Upshot: input brine and power, produce salts, waste/depleted brine, emissions, etc.
- Coordinate and manage requirements of the US EPA and California EPA. Without pulling your hair out.
- Permitting/documentation and similar:
- Technical lead for TRI, RCRA reporting, Cal Dept Env reporting, permits, WWTP reporting
- Work on revisions as needed for underground injection well permits, TRI, discharge (or, no-discharge) requirements, etc
- HAZWOPPER plans and training
- Key part of site EHS training program
- Engineering and in-operation work:
- In-plant process and program audits
- Identification of the causes of issues and potential issues (i.e. root cause analysis) with site engineering, operations management, etc, teams.
- Design and implement solutions for issues with the same teams.
- Manage the stack (and other) air sampling programs
- Degree in appropriate engineering – environmental, chemical, etc.
- At least 3 years in analogous industry: Petroleum E&P if it includes processing, refining, power production, heavy industry such as sugar processing, various starch and food ingredients, trona/soda ash, mineral processing/mining, related areas of phosphates, urea, DAP, MAP, fertilizers, /ureaDAP
- A fair bit of experience with enviro regs!!!!! Cal-Osha would be awesome!
- Have worked with things like RCRA regs, NPDES, Hazmat, etc.
- MUST be willing and able to work in an active and spread-out operation!
Salary is $90,000 - $100,000-ish, bonus, relocation
Friday, June 3, 2022