Senior Environmental Specialist
Date:Jun 17, 2020
Primary Location:Juno Beach, FL, US, 33408
Requisition ID: 43273
is one of the largest wholesale generators of electric power and renewable energy from the wind and sun in North America.
Position Specific Description
This position is in the Environmental Licensing & Permitting Section of the Corporate Environmental Services
Department supporting new development opportunities for NextEra Energy Resources and other NextEra Energy
Applicant must have relevant project management experience with ability to lead, with limited direction, new
corporate development opportunities and acquisitions in power generation, storage and transmission projects,
including renewable energy facilities, transmission lines, and battery storage. Primary responsibilities include obtaining all required federal, state and local environmental licenses, permits and approvals for development projects.
The primary focus will be on licensing and permitting new solar, wind and transmission facilities. Projects may be located in the northeast US, mid-Atlantic region and southeastern US. Applicant must have ability to support multiple projects with multifaceted environmental and regulatory issues,
ability to assist in comprehensive environmental due diligence reviews for potential acquisitions, and be willing to travel up to 50% of the time when needed.
The successful candidate must maintain current knowledge of pertinent national and state level environmental policies and regulations, have the ability to effectively interface with internal and external customers, subject matter experts, and other stakeholders, and be able to assist in resolving complex environmental matters. He or she must help ensure compliance with federal, state and local environmental regulations, as well as company policies. Routine out of state travel may be required.
Employees in this job are responsible for providing expert environmental support for new and existing facilities including due diligence, permitting, regulatory compliance, regulatory interpretation and development, and interface with Federal, State, and Regional agencies.
Job Duties & Responsibilities
• Supports the company's compliance with environmental requirements
• Performs comprehensive environmental due diligence reviews
• Assists with facility compliance audits
• Conducts environmental licensing and permitting activities
• Supports environmental aspects of company operations, such as, compliance, reporting, monitoring, remediation, and environmental permitting functions
• Monitors and analyzes environmental policies and regulations that affect the company and its customers
• Provides the necessary support to staff to resolve environmental matters
• Performs other job-related duties as assigned
• Bachelor's Degree
• Experience: 5+ years
Employee Group: Exempt
Employee Type: Full Time
Job Category: Environmental/Chemistry/Rad Protection
Organization: NextEra Energy Resources, LLC
Location: Juno Beach, Florida
Other Work Locations: Florida
Relocation Provided: Yes, if applicable
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