Area Manager Engineering & Environmental Management in Fort Mill, SC
About Republic Services
Through our subsidiaries, we provide non-hazardous solid waste and recycling services for commercial, industrial, municipal and residential customers. Our customers come first as we strive to safely and sustainably provide reliable service through our facilities across 41 states and Puerto Rico. At Republic Services, we’re guided by five essential core values – to be Respectful, Responsible, Reliable, Resourceful, and Relentless in all we do, every day. Our highly passionate, professional team is reminded of these principles every time they see the five R’s joined together to form the Republic Services Star. It’s what makes us who we are, reminding us to keep our customers at the heart of it all.
Republic Services, Inc. was incorporated in 1996 with a “can do” spirit, driving its dramatic growth and acquisitions through the years, welcoming other organizations that share its values and fiduciary discipline. Today, Republic Services, Inc. is the second largest provider of services in the domestic non-hazardous solid waste industry, as measured by revenue as well as a Fortune 500 company, publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: RSG).
Why Work with Us
We employ approximately 33,000 full-time employees and work to create and maintain an environment that attracts, develops and retains people who assure our success with customers and differentiate us from our competitors. We want to be an employer of choice for top talent. Recent recognition includes being listed on Forbes Best Large Companies in America, Ethisphere’s World’s Most Ethical Companies and Business Insider’s Most Meaningful Companies in America.
The Area Engineer and Environmental Manager is responsible for the preparation of the Landfill budget, managing all spending for the Engineering department, and overseeing consultants and contractors during site development. The Area Engineering and Environmental Manager is also responsible for permitting and ensuring the Landfill remains in compliance with all applicable regulations during operation.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
- Attends regulatory and association sponsored informational and policy meetings. · Provides interface between Corporate Engineering department, operating divisions/management, and Environmental Managers.
- Acts as the primary contact for technical issues or compliance related questions in the Area. · Hires, trains, and manages the Environmental Managers (EMs) in their responsibilities including:
- Cell, closure and site development and other project management (Construction and CQA Contractors);
- Management of municipal contract assets where applicable; o Oversight of landfill gas O&M contractors and developers;
- Engineering, permitting and compliance (including capacity calculations, permit modifications and expansions, and site surveying)
- Regulatory monitoring and reporting (including groundwater monitoring, air compliance monitoring, a leachate sampling). · Supervises regulatory communication and contact with local, state, and federal regulators. Attends regulatory hearings and meetings, as needed.
- Manages construction projects for Landfill cells and sites, including capacity calculations, scheduling/timeline, management of third-party CQA and contractors, and resource and material coordination.
- Prepares Landfill construction and ongoing operational budgets; maintains financial responsibility for construction/cell development, closure/post-closure, engineering, operations, and cost tracking.
- Coordinates completion of permit applications and designs, including regulatory interface, site expansion, modification or changes to the operating plan application, and other related data.
- Prepares notifications/responses to regulatory inspections and administrative warnings.
- Assists Landfill and Site Managers with development of fill sequencing plans.
- Participate in review of targeted acquisitions, including Phase I assessment/property survey coordination, engineering review of design and operations, and pro-forma modeling assistance.
- Perform ongoing public relations and due diligence activities through communication with corporate office, regulatory agency representatives, third party consultants and investors.
- Complete monthly soil tracking reports and other status reports.
- Regularly supervise Environmental Technicians and Specialists, including responsibility for hiring, training, mentoring, developing, scheduling, directing, managing performance and other related issues; review the work of, and is accountable for the performance of Environmental Technicians and Specialists.
- Attend regulatory and association sponsored informational and policy meetings.
- Ensure continued compliance by coordinating air, water monitoring, environmental data review and reporting.
- Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
The statements used herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by an employee in this position, and are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties and skills required by an incumbent so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the Company.
- Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Geology, Biology or related science. (required)
- 4 years of experience in landfill engineering or environmental compliance in air, water, and solid waste. (required)
- Certified Professional Engineer and/or Certified Professional Geologist designation.
Rewarding Compensation and Benefits
Eligible employees can elect to participate in:
• Comprehensive medical benefits coverage, dental plans and vision coverage.
• Health care and dependent care spending accounts.
• Short- and long-term disability.
• Life insurance and accidental death & dismemberment insurance.
• Employee and Family Assistance Program (EAP).
• Employee discount programs.
• 401(k) plan with a generous company match.
• Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP).