Chevron Phillips Chemical Environmental Superintendent (42381) in Baytown, Texas

You may not realize it, but you’ve likely used a product today made possible by the plastics and chemicals manufactured by Chevron Phillips Chemical. From medical supplies and electronics to food packaging, cosmetics, soap, household detergents and carpet, we create the building blocks for more than 70,000 consumer and industrial products. We are a global company with 5,000 employees supplying customers in nearly 140 countries and generating about $10 billion in annual revenues. Our research discoveries have helped transform our industry, and safety remains our top priority each step of the way.

Ask any Chevron Phillips Chemical employee what they like best about their job and universally, the answer is “the people I work with!” We have a “small company feel” and uphold a culture of respect and inclusion. A diverse group of people working together means we are bringing the best ideas to the table. We also value work-life balance, and love to see our employees thrive both professionally and personally.

The communities where we live and work are an integral part of what we do. We show our commitment by volunteering locally and making a pledge to sustainability. To us, sustainability means keeping the health and safety of our workforce paramount, being a responsible steward of the environment, creating the chemical building blocks for products that will exceed customer expectations, and acting responsibly and ethically across our global business dealings.

There’s never been a better time to work for Chevron Phillips Chemical. Construction of our $6 billion U.S. Gulf Coast Petrochemicals Project is nearly complete, having provided 10,000 construction jobs to the Houston area. When complete, we will be even better equipped to serve the global and growing demand for high quality plastics used in products that improve our quality of life. If you’re ready to grow with us, apply today!

The Environmental Superintendent is responsible for providing comprehensive environmental expertise primarily in air quality; some responsibility for wastewater, storm water, drinking water, and/or waste management may also be required. In this position the Environmental Superintendent will be responsible for developing and implementing regulatory and permit compliance programs; regulatory and permit interpretation, strategic planning, and technical assistance for operating units and management teams; calculating emissions; analyzing data and generating required reports; interfacing with other plant locations and corporate staff groups for compliance tracking and performance improvement goals; and acting as Company contact with various agencies, including the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and applicable local programs

Key Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for planning, directing, developing and managing all aspects of environmental work and environmental group members at a Specialty Chemicals manufacturing facility

  • Communication of environmental issues and progress with plant personnel from Operations field personnel to Plant Management

  • Interfacing with regulatory agencies such as the TCEQ & EPA along with Corporate Environmental and Legal Departments

  • Responsible for providing expertise and consultation on all environmental programs and issues

  • Tracking/reporting plant wide environmental performance metrics; providing regulatory updates (new and revised) and training of plant personnel

  • Developing and maintaining group budget and participating in due diligence activities

  • Developing a partnership with adjacent refinery Environmental staff and with local groups on regulatory advocacy issues

  • Supervisory responsibilities

Qualifications :

  • This position requires a bachelor's degree in an EHS related field, Chemical Engineering preferred

  • A minimum of 5 years of related experience is required, previous supervisory experience preferred.

  • Strong knowledge of federal NSPS, MACT and Title V regulatory standards required.

  • Working knowledge of waste and water regulations required.

  • Knowledge of Underground Injection Control (UIC) regulations is desirable.

  • Ability to effectively communicate and interface at all levels and to negotiate is critical.

  • Superior written and analytical skills are required.

  • Strong intra- and inter-company networking skills is a must.

  • Must have good knowledge and application of Texas and EPA environmental laws and current legislation.

Chevron Phillips Chemical offers competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package and at most locations, alternate work schedules. To learn more about Chevron Phillips Chemical and to be considered for a position, please visit us online today at www.cpchem.com at http://www.cpchem.com/ .

Paper resumes will not be accepted. All job seekers must go to the web site to be considered for positions. If you are interested in applying for this position and need an accommodation to apply, please contact our Human Resources Service Center at 1-800-446-1422, option 4.

Chevron Phillips Chemical Company is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age,disability, veteran status or marital status.

Travel Requirements: Up to 5%

Eligibility for Relocation: Yes

Closing Date: 12/14/2018