Lead Environmental Compliance Inspector: Arizona and California

Energy Environmental Group
Arizona and California
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Full time Positions
$1500/per week plus daily per-diem
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Please send all applications to Tori Gruenewald via email: tgruenewald@ecsourceservices.com Energy Environmental group is actively seeking an Lead Environmental Compliance Inspector for employment on a transmission line construction project located in California and Arizona. Job Description Summary: Primary duties would include supporting the Environmental Manager with planning/coordination of environmental compliance during the construction of a transmission line project in California and Arizona. Responsibilities will include ensuring the implementation of plans such as the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP), the Spill Prevention Control and Counter-measurement Plan (SPCC), and other Wildlife mitigation plans. Oversee environmental field staff and construction personnel. Job Responsibilities: • Ensure the implementation of federal, state, and local environmental programs. • Maintain and implement Storm Water Pollution Prevent Plans for the project. • Attend meetings with as required with field personnel, project management and construction personnel. • Coordinate daily with construction superintendents, foreman, and environmental staff to ensure overall environmental compliance for the Project. • Communicates with construction compliance officers to ensure the transmission line operations stay within project requirements. • The candidate would report to the Project’s Environmental Manger.
Minimum Requirements: • Bachelor's Degree • Strong analytical and communications skills are a must • Able to work flexible hours & travel (estimated 20%) • Ability to work and perform tasks with minimal supervision and supervise/manage field staff • Able to interact effectively with internal and external clients • Ability to work outside in varying weather conditions • Strong oral and written communication skills required • Strong computer skills and a significant understanding of Microsoft office applications • US citizenship required • Valid driver’s license is required for business travel operating company vehicle • Must be comfortable in both an office and field environment, as assignment priorities may change • Strong working knowledge of SWPPP, SPCC and MBTA programs Preferred Qualifications: • Experience working with federal and state environmental regulatory agencies, examples of agencies are the EPA, BLM, USFS, FWM, and/or others associated with a utility project. • Proficiency and knowledge with computers and able to perform data collection in the field with GPS handheld units • General knowledge of erosion and sediment control/SWPPP/SPCC compliance. • General knowledge of wildlife mitigation measures and able to manage documentation of wildlife surveys and field experience
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Please send all applications to Tori Gruenewald via email: tgruenewald@ecsourceservices.com
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