ReCon is seeking a qualified candidate to fill a Environmental Analyst role at an industry location in the Southwest Louisiana area.
Under limited supervision, perform environmental tasks to ensure efficient and accurate reporting and compliance with the various federal, state and local regulatory requirements in-support of the Facility. Other duties may include conducting training and assisting in auditing, providing technical advice to other departments, assisting in the preparation of presentations and technical reports, as well as interpretation of data. The Environmental Analyst will interface with other Departments to ensure operating parameters are consistent with applicable permit requirements.
This position is located in Hackberry, LA. Transportation Worker Identification Credentials (TWIC) is required.
- Interpret process data to determine compliance with permit specific requirements
- Track and monitor emissions by using OSIsoft PI software consisting of but not limited to PI vision & PI datalink
- Compile reports consistent with agency reporting requirements
- Calculate and analyze relevant data to be used in greenhouse gas reporting and emissions tracking
- Prepare charts, graphs, and reports from emission data to determine trends, areas of concern, and/or deficiencies
- Develop automation opportunities for emission monitoring
- Assist with permitting activities
- Interface with Federal, State and Local agencies, and assist with the communication and coordination of company activities including field visits and environmental inspections with internal and external organizations
- Update management on any deviations related to permit conditions or environmental performance for the facility.
- Support data entry in the facility’s Compliance Management System and assists in development and maintenance of other sustainability programs as requested
Performs other duties as assigned
- Bachelor Degree preferred in Applied Science, Engineering, Environmental Science or other equivalent education
- Minimum of five (5) years of environmental or regulatory compliance experience. Experience in Title V air permit compliance preferred.
Skills/ Knowledge/ Abilities:
- Requires strong and well-developed interpersonal skills in order to 1) develop good working relationships with all departments, and 2) be effective in communicating the compliance objectives for the site.
- Working knowledge of process flow diagrams and PID’s
- Uses relevant information and individual judgment to determine whether events or processes comply with laws, regulations, or standards.
- Excellent communication and public speaking presentation skills and writing.
- Ability to manage multiple and complex issues and work independently.
- Knowledge of air emission monitoring techniques, reporting, and permitting.
- Ability to learn and obtain necessary skill/knowledge requirements within timeframe designated by management.
- Organized and able to manage multiple activities and programs timely and with a high degree of accuracy.
- Exceptional problem solving and analytical skills.
- Current knowledge of Federal, state and local environmental laws, policies and issues.
- Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite consisting of Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint.
- Must be able to stand, walk, climb, run, sit, kneel, twist, bend, pull, push, carry, lift, reach overhead and drive. Most activities involve movement of either the upper and lower body extremities or both and the joints associated with these areas of the body.
- Must be able to enter confined spaces.
- Must be able to climb stairs and ladders that ranges from 4 ft to 200 ft.
- Must be able to lift equipment needed to perform work.
- Must be able to wear safety equipment such as safety harness, respirator and other protective equipment as needed to perform job.
- Must be willing to be on call, work overtime as required
- Must be willing to travel for trainings as required.
The U.S Department of Transportation (DOT) and the company have adopted regulations governing the control of drug use by persons in certain job classifications. This position is subject to the Federal Pipelines Regulation; and is stipulated in the 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) part 40 that requires drug and alcohol testing and must meet the testing standards.
*Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions as defined per Company policy.