Location(s): United States; South Carolina; Florence
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Role Summary: Responsible for creating, implementing and maintaining the plant strategy on Environmental issues(air, climate change, waste, water) predominantly by leading one or multiple sites for GE Healthcare. This individual will also function in a team environment with other members of the business level EHS staff to ensure EHS compliance, to identify, prevent and resolve potential environmental issues and to mitigate environmental liabilities associated with current and former operations and facilities.
Essential Responsibilities: 1. Manage all aspects (technical, regulatory/third party interface, reporting, permitting, compliance, financial, administrative, etc.) of GE Healthcare projects and permits in compliance with relevant regulatory programs and GE corporate policies. Ensure appropriate management of consultants and legal counsel on all projects and coordinate efforts of other EHS staff members and site EHS professionals on various projects as required. 2. Develop and track EHS budgets. 3. Establish and enhance Environmental programs site wide that support the GEHC and initiatives 4. Evaluate facility EHS conditions, assess risks and develop appropriate corrective-action plans and budgets to address deficiencies in comparison to regulations and internal policy/protocol. 5. Provide EHS guidance and compliance support to site EHS managers to ensure compliance with regulatory and program requirements. Participate in EHS compliance and program audits of manufacturing sites and service operations. 6. Keep management apprised of progress and significant developments on key projects.
Qualifications/Requirements: Quality Specific Goals: 1. Aware of and comply with the GEHC Quality Manual, Quality Management System, Quality Management Policy, Quality Goals, and applicable laws and regulations as they apply to this job type/position 2. Complete all planned Quality & Compliance training within the defined deadlines 3. Identify and report any quality or compliance concerns and take immediate corrective action as required
Required Qualifications: (outline the minimum requirements) 1. Bachelor of Science in Environmental, Civil, or Chemical Engineering, Hydrogeology or Geology or related technical discipline 2. 5 years’ experience managing environmental site characterization investigations (Phase I, II, etc), remedial investigation, feasibility study, remedial design, risk assessment, remediation, demolition, decontamination, etc. in a manufacturing environment 3. Regulatory knowledge and experience working under U.S. federal and state and /or equivalents regulations covering contamination, site investigation and property transfer such as CERCLA, RCRA, OSHA, TSCA, ISRA, etc. and capable of learning requirements and applying this experience internationally 4. Compliance experience with federal and state EHS regulations (CAA, CWA, OSHA, codes, etc) 5. Proven project and program management skills
Desired Characteristics: . Advanced degree (MS) and/or professional certifications (PG, PE, LSP, etc). 2. Experience managing projects and/or EHS compliance in Europe or Asia and familiarity with European and Asian environmental laws.
Locations: United States; South Carolina; Florence
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