Environmental Manager

Johns Manville Inc
Waterville, OH
United States
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Job Description
Who We Are
Johns Manville is a leading manufacturer and marketer of premium-quality insulation and commercial roofing, along with glass fibers and nonwovens for commercial, industrial and residential applications. Our products are used in a wide variety of industries including building products, aerospace, automotive and transportation, filtration, commercial interiors, waterproofing and wind energy.
A proud member of the Berkshire Hathaway family of companies, we serve customers in more than 80 countries around the globe. We are committed to delivering positive and powerful experiences, because we are successful only when our employees and customers thrive. We are passionate, we care about people, we perform at a superior level, and we protect others and our environments.
Pay Range
$96,200.00-$132,200.00 Annual
This is the base salary pay range that an applicant can expect to make upon hire. Pay within this range will vary based upon relevant experience, skills, and education among other factors. In addition, this position is eligible for an incentive bonus.
The Environmental Manager is responsible for overseeing/maintaining the environmental compliance for a manufacturing facility including water pollution prevention, solid and hazardous waste management, air permitting, spill prevention and countermeasures control, emergency response management, training on environmental programs, environmental budget, supporting and driving productivity improvements, and reviewing and approving authority for capital expenditures.
As the Environmental Manager, you will drive effective programs to identify and control workplace environmental compliance. The plant currently employs approximately 515 employees and is a multi-shift 24/7 operation. This position reports to the Plant Manager and will be part of the plant management team.
Your Day to Day:
Ensure facility is operating in compliance with all applicable environmental regulations and requirements as outlined in U.S. EPA, state and local regulations or otherwise referenced (typically through a site audit, gap analysis, and closure process). This includes keeping up with regulatory changes when they occur.
Support air quality manager with facility-wide air quality program, assisting with permit preparation and ongoing compliance, as needed.
Champion initiatives that identify facility risk exposures, prioritize risk reduction needs, and drive closure of recommendations to reduce the identified risks.
Analyze incident reports, identify trends and areas of opportunity to minimize and eliminate hazards.
Implement divisional or corporate initiatives when requested.
Represent the company and interface with local, state and federal agencies, as required.
Develop and ensure environmental training is conducted, documented and maintained year over year.
Conduct internal plant environmental audits and inspections to identify deficiencies and areas for improvement. Identify corrective actions and track to closure.
Establish and drive continuous improvement in the facility's environmental monitoring and recordkeeping systems to ensure compliance with all JM policies and federal, state, and local regulatory requirements.
Ensure proper onsite management and offsite disposal of solid, universal, and hazardous wastes and lead plant efforts to minimize waste.
Represent the company with local, state, and federal agencies, as required, and interface with the general public on environmental issues and promote JM's environmental initiatives.
Develop action plans for environmental activities, lead environmental team, perform follow-up on these activities, and report status to Plant Manager and Corporate Environmental group.
Compile and track all documentation for compliance with environmental permits and required environmental activities with respect to waste, water, RCRA, and EPCRA.
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