• Environmental Engineer / Coordinator

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    Requisition ID
    Position Type
    Salaried Full-Time
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    Job Locations
    Holcim (US) Inc.
  • Overview

    The position of Environmental Coordinator is responsible for supporting the implementation of environmental permits and amendments (including water and air), coordination of Environmental Management Systems (EMS), providing operational support, preparing regular reports for all facilities as required, and supporting the day to day environmental and compliance operations. The person in this role is a member of the facility team and is expected to comply with all safety requirements.



    • Demonstrates a commitment to communicating, improving and adhering to safety policies in all work environments and areas.
    • Coordinate and ensure that all required environmental monitoring and recordkeeping at the facility occurs.
    • Interact with the plant personnel and company management to communicate environmental requirements, identify compliance concerns, implement compliance requirements, and act as a technical resource.
    • Function as an integral member of the ISO14001 support team to gain/maintain certification.
    • Identify issues that require specific research and study and address problems that limit the plant’s ability to meet permit limits or compliance targets.
    • Perform statistical analysis, prepare reports, maintain appropriate compliance records, and file required documents with various regulatory agencies within stated deadlines.
    • Follow up on actions implemented to correct or improve situations, especially when programs involve testing, new materials, or process modifications.
    • Provide engineering solutions to environmental issues, including permitting, pollution prevention, environmental regulation compliance, training, inspections, reporting, auditing, and contractor compliance to assure continuous improvement and optimization.
    • Provide training to plant personnel on key environmental issues, environmental requirements and compliance.
    • Assist on plant-specific or company-specific environmental issues, as needed.
    • Other duties, as assigned.


    The Environmental Coordinator reports to the Area Environment and Public Affairs Manager and will work closely with peers in the environmental organization and the assigned facility’s organization.


    Required Education: Bachelor's/Undergraduate Degree
    Field of Study Preferred: Engineering, Science, Environmental Management or related discipline
    Required Work Experience: 3-5 years
    Required Computer and Software Skills: Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite of software
    Travel Requirements: 10%

    Other Related Experiences Preferred: 2-4 years’ experience of closely related work experience with a focus on air permitting (NSR, PSD, NSPS, Title V, MACT), water management (NPDES, water rights), solid waste management (RCRA) and other applicable regulatory requirements, experience in multi-media audits, experience with environmental monitoring systems, knowledge of Michigan state environmental rules and regulations desirable.
    Additional Requirements:

    • Be safety oriented
    • Excellent verbal, written communication skills and presentation skills
    • Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills; able to gain commitment
    • Proven technical/professional knowledge
    • High initiative; able to work with minimal supervision
    • Customer focused and detail-oriented
    • Possess high level of integrity; adaptable to change
    • Possess high degree of problem solving skills
    • Ability to work collaboratively with engineering, maintenance, plant staff and various business disciplines; dealing with provincial and municipal staff.
    • Ethics and values
    • Integrity and trust
    • Problem solving
    • Dealing with ambiguity
    • Conflict management
    • Drive for results


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