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This position serves as a CH-TRU Environmental Protection advisor for clean-up operations as a result of past TRU processing activities. Specific duties may include, but are not necessarily limited to, conducting environmental protection assessments to evaluate contaminated sites, analyzing and recommending technical solutions, and assisting in the development of TRU waste isolation and/or removal strategies.
The Environmental Professional will provide environmental protection support and work with management and staff throughout the CH-TRU organization to solve environmental compliance issues. Oversees and develops processes necessary for ensuring compliance with technical and regulatory requirements
This position reports to the CH-TRU ESH Manager.
Essential Duties/Responsibilities (may include, but are not limited to):
Providing environmental protection technical guidance to CH-TRU operations on environmental remediation problems and issues
Conducting environmental protection assessments/walk downs of contaminated sites to determine the scope, constituent content, and physical parameters of the pollutants
Recommending the most feasible, cost effective, and timely methodology available for remedial action in keeping with environmental protection and regulatory requirements
Conducting investigations of the site to determine the extent of contamination, defining the alternatives that can be employed to complete the cleanup and insuring that the work will be in accordance with all federal and state regulatory requirements and within the environmental policy
Understanding the technical aspects of various regulatory requirements and how they impact each clean-up operation at CH-TRU
Understanding and adhering to all CH-TRU regulatory guidance and governance specific to environmental protection and remediation
Monitoring and reviewing the environmental protection performance of subcontractor in the areas of work planning, work execution, installation, inspections, material control, and other areas of their work to confirm that they are performing in accordance with the provisions of the subcontract (Exhibit F process)
Advising and consulting with all levels of staff throughout the CH-TRU organization in identifying, resolving, and developing solutions to environmental-related problems.
Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities):
Ability to develop strategies and specifications for the isolation and/or removal of TRU/ hazardous waste contaminants or the resulting materials contaminated by them
Advanced working knowledge of federal, state and local environmental and related health legislation and regulations including the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments (HSWA), Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA), and Clean Air and Water acts
Knowledge of and experienced with environmental protection principles
Ability to communicate major elements of environmental protection and remediation to both technical and non-technical personnel
Ability to prepare, review and present environmental protection reports
Proven customer service and communication skills sufficient to partner with the CH-TRU organization to implement sound environmental protection practices
Ability to conduct research, investigate alternative solutions, and recommend solutions on problems affecting environmental protection
Ability to become or be CISEC certified