Company: BP
Skills: Environmental Engineer
Experience: 5 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Employment Type: Full Time Contractor
Location: Blaine, Washington, United States
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The Cherry Point Refinery is seeking an experienced environmental engineer with expertise in federal and state environmental regulatory requirements. As the Environmental Engineer, you will become a member of the environmental team whose responsibilities include ensuring compliance with applicable air, water, waste disposal, remediation and land use requirements. Your primary activities will be regulatory applicability assessments, capital project planning, permitting, monitoring, record keeping, reporting, auditing, training, and equipment troubleshooting.Key accountabilities:
  • Interpret and apply complex environmental regulatory requirements to refining operations
  • Possess extensive practical knowledge of air quality regulations including New Source Performance Standards, Maximum Achievable Control Technology, New Source Review, and Prevention of Significant Deterioration Air Quality Permitting including ambient impact assessment protocol
  • Work collaboratively as a member of a multi-disciple project team. Must have solid working knowledge and experience with staged gate capital project delivery systems for major capital projects
  • Facilitate accurate, timely and efficient preparation of compliance reports and plans
  • Provide cost-effective approaches to complex environmental challenges (new regulatory requirements, added operational flexibility, cost and complexity reductions, etc.) under constrained timelines
  • Provide technical support, leadership, advice, and/or troubleshooting for regulatory compliance with environmental regulations (air, water, waste, etc.) - both generally in support of the refinery and specific to the programs for which you will serve as Subject Matter Expert (SME)
  • Maintain a working knowledge of refinery configuration, equipment, process flows, discharge or emission points, associated waste streams, pollution control equipment technology, and emission measurement techniques
  • Maintain a working knowledge of federal, state, and local agency structure, procedures, and relevant environmental regulations with a deep knowledge of those affecting programs for which you serve as SME
  • Recommend and lead implementation of actions necessary to achieve continuous improvement in programs which you serve as SME
  • Maintain engagement with stakeholders with divergent interests through articulate and customer-focused interactions and communications
  • Complete requisite training and maintain applicable certifications to support Incident Management Team. Share rotating 24-7 on-call responsibilities with 10 other team members
  • Provide environmental leadership to assigned process unit(s)
  • Manage contractor support and/or budget for execution of programs for which you serve as SME

Essential Education:
  • Bachelor's degree in an engineering or related technical discipline

Essential experience and job requirements:
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in a manufacturing/industrial setting
  • Experience working with outside coalitions and/or regulatory agencies
  • Strong computer and data management skills with proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite, PI Process Book and compliance tracking databases

Desirable criteria and qualifications:
  • 10 years of experience in a manufacturing/industrial setting
  • Refining or petrochemical environmental experience
  • Proficient in practical application of math, chemistry and physics
  • Experience with process control systems, programmable logic controllers and data acquisition and handling systems preferred
  • Experience as member of major capital project team with working knowledge and experience with capital project delivery systems