The Regional Environmental Coordinator’s core responsibility is to ensure compliance at our facilities located within their region of responsibility, plus assist in other regions as needed or assigned. This individual will work with Corporate to determine impact of regulatory changes, manage permit renewals, obtain new permits as needed, and ensure that facilities comply with environmental laws, regulations, policies, and procedures while supporting facility efforts and goals for safety, production, and budgets.
Ensure facility compliance with Federal, State, District, and local environmental laws, regulations, and site-specific permits at multiple facilities within assigned Region as required.
Integrate environmental requirements into business operating practices, procedures, and decisions.
Provide technical permitting, permit compliance, environmental, and regulatory support to facility management and engineering personnel. Knowledge of Federal and various State requirements for air permitting, air permit compliance reporting, wastewater permitting and reporting, storm water permitting and compliance, and EPCRA (Tier II and TRI) reporting required.
Monitor environmental law and regulation changes, facility changes, and permit renewals for impacts to operations. Subsequently, implement actions to maintain compliance through permitting, plan development and implementation, or operational controls as needed to ensure continued compliance of our facilities.
Assist facility management in resolution of environmental issues and, if needed, response to environmental agencies.
Assist facilities with environmental training and records for regulatory compliance or as specific plans require. Example: storm water pollution prevention plan training, inspections, or sampling/testing as required
Help with development/updating of environmental compliance calendars for each facility in conjunction and as directed by Pratt’s Corporate Environmental Compliance Manager.
Perform internal audits at facilities. Assist facilities with corrective actions.
Assist with permitting new facilities, implementing facility personnel training programs, and developing facility compliance plan and calendar upon startup.
Assist with appropriate due diligence for new sites and acquisitions; including research of state specific environmental laws, determining compliance status of acquisition targets, and costing of corrective actions if required.
Assist with other assignments outside of environmental compliance as assigned.
Bachelor of Science in a related field.
Intern experience working within an industrial facility in an environmental role, environmental regulatory agency, or as an environmental consultant a plus.
Excellent time management skills, self-motivated and self-directed.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Intern experience in paper mill, corrugating facility, and/or packaging a plus.
Pratt Industries provides equal employment [and affirmative action] opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability.
Pratt is America's 5th largest corrugated packaging company and the world's largest, privately-held 100% recycled paper and packaging company, with more than 10,000 highly-skilled, green-collar employees dedicated to the environment and sustainability.