EHS Site Leader

03 Oct 2016
25 Mar 2017
Oil and Gas
Contract Type
Full Time
As a key member of the O&M team, you will provide EHS support and guidance on all EHS matters, providing in-depth knowledge of existing and proposed national and local regulations.

Essential Responsibilities

• Manage all aspects of site EHS activities to ensure full compliance with local, state and federal regulations
• Implement and execute GE Power Services O&M EHS programs / processes
• Maintain site-specific EHS programs and plans
• Provide guidance and interpretation of EHS regulations and requirements affecting site to management team
• Partner with operations team to manage site EHS compliance activities (inspections, training, monitoring, sampling, etc.)
• Drive EHS compliance through audits, process / equipment review and site inspections
• Lead site risk elimination/risk reduction activities
• Demonstrate strong leadership as a member of site management team
• Manage site EHS training program.
• Conduct classroom training as needed.
• Complete all site regulatory reports (air, water , hazardous materials, waste, OSHA/Safety) and work closely with site customer to ensure timely submittal of reports.
• Lead site injury and illness prevention program. Lead incident / accident investigations and develop corrective & preventive action plans
• Manage site EHS consultants.
• Work cooperatively with GE EHS resources on business projects and initiatives
• Manage CEMS QA/QC activities. Utilize DAHS to obtain emissions data required for business and regulatory reports
• Utilize site EMS system (Gensuite) to record and track site EHS activities (training, incident reporting, incident investigation, etc.)


• Solid EHS experience in industry or manufacturing environment
Applications from job seekers who require sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. However, non-EU/EEA candidates may not be appointed to a post if a suitably qualified, experienced and skilled EU/EEA candidate is available to take up the post, as the employing body is unlikely, in these circumstances, to satisfy the Resident Labour Market Test. For further information please visit the UK Border Agency website

Desired Characteristics

• Advanced computer skills, primarily with MS Office software programs, i.e., Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Access
• Experience with customer interaction
• Experience with regulatory agency interaction
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Demonstrated influencing skills in a team environment workforce
• Comprehensive knowledge of OSHA, RCRA, CAA, NPDES, TSCA, CWA, NERC, DOT or similar country specific regulations
• Experience with CEMS hardware and software
• Experience in Health and Safety and Environmental management systems ; i.e. ISO9000, ISO14001, ISO18000, NERC, VPP etc.
• Ability to work closely with site management team and external resources
• EHS leadership experience at a power generation facility
• Experience working in the NJ Regulatory environment.
• Experience managing Air, water, and waste permits such as Title V Permits, NPDES permits, SWPP and DPCC/SPCC plans, hazardous waste, and other environmental programs
• Experience working directly with regulatory inspectors and permitting personnel
• Experience generating regulatory required reports such as EDRs, Air Emission Inventories, DMRs, Biennial Reports, etc.
• Self-starter with strong client and public communication skills