Ehs coordinator Corporate summary salt creek midstream (scm) is a greenfield midstream company built to provide a full suite of midstream services and downstream solutions to producers in the delaware basinScm leverages fundamental and intra-basin knowledge to optimize the value of producer resources, reduce bottlenecks and deliver higher netbacks to the producer. Position summary salt creek midstream (scm) has in immediate opportunity for an ehs coordinator located in west texas serving the west texas/eastern new mexico areaThe position supports the permian basin area midstream business including gas, crude, ngl, and produced water assetsA proven ability to solve problems, learn new material, adapt to change and be an effective communicator are key traits to success in this positionThe employee will report to the ehs manager with a dotted line to the operational directors and will collaborate with the local ehs and operations staff to achieve regulatory compliance and operational goals. Duties and responsibilities the responsibilities and requirements of this position are the following:
Assist management, operations, and project/maintenance teams as required to assure compliance with federal, state, local and corporate rules and regulations pertaining to operational environmental aspects and impacts. Assist with organizing, planning, implementing, and auditing the environmental programs and policies for the operation, ensuring compliance as required by regulatory agencies and corporate policy. Ensure compliance with title v operating permits and new source review (nsr) permits, including assisting in the preparation of semiannual deviation reports and annual compliance certifications. Ensure compliance with site water and wastewater permits, including the oversight of sample collection, the labs used for analysis, the preparation and submission of dmr data, management of required written plans, and the reporting of noncompliance. Assist with waste and remediation activities, including the waste management plans, shipments, manifests, and regulatory reporting. Assist with the review of moc’s for environmental impacts and documenting necessary information to the file or helping to initiate the permitting process when required. Ensure compliance with spcc requirements and assist with spill response and remediation activities, as needed, including the facilitation of required reporting to applicable parties, including the nrc, tceq, nmocd, epa and/or rrc. Ensure compliance, gather data, and facilitate reporting as required under numerous applicable regulations, including but not limited to cercla, epcra, sara. Assist with compliance audits, as needed, and assist in facilitating resolution of action items from findings of reviews, inspections, and incident investigations. Maintain a working knowledge of existing and proposed regulations that affect the scm assets. Communicate regular updates on ehs releases, permit deviations, and enforcement status to operations and regulatory leadership. Regular and reliable attendance is required.
Minimum essential qualifications
B.sDegree or commensurate experience. Knowledge of the rules and regulations of the various federal and state agencies having jurisdiction over the scm facilities. 4+ years of experience in the oil and gas or petrochemical industry. Maintain a valid driver’s license and a safe driving record satisfactory to the company. The ability to organize and manage multiple priorities. The ability to work within a collaborative team environment, with demonstrated personal drive and initiative to achieve goals. Interpersonal communication skills are required to interface will all affected teams, personnel, and vendors. An organized and detail-oriented self-starter with a strong work ethic. Ability to work self-sufficiently given direction and resources. Ability to think critically, solve problems independently and exercise judgement and common sense. Strong work ethic with demonstrated ability to effectively work with minimum supervision. Intermediate level desktop computer skills using microsoft word, excel, access, and powerpoint. Ability to travel away overnight periodically, as needed.
Physical demands and work environment
Ability to lift, push, and pull 30 pounds. Ability to work in changing climate conditions and a plant environment. Able to work in close quarters: i.e., work while kneeling, squatting, sitting, climbing, and standing. Follow and adhere to all applicable personal protective equipment (ppe) guidelines
B.sIn environmental science, engineering, or related science. Solid technical understanding of environmental regulations related to environmental air, especially in texas and new mexico. Experience in interpreting and complying with environmental regulations and implementing programs/procedures for sustained compliance. Organizational ability- able to maintain all program documents including permit applications, analytical data, records, and electronic files in good order. Able to manage priorities and meet deadlines related to regulatory requirementsAble to simplify complicated regulatory information so that it is easily understoodMust have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
This is remote position based in the west texas areaRegular trips to the field will be required.
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