|Title:||Environmental Affairs Manager|
Through a respectful, constructive and energetic style, guided by the objectives of company, the Environmental Affairs Manager provides the leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that the company has the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and people systems in place to effectively comply with federal, state and local environmental policies.
-Responsible for managing and providing day-to-day leadership for
all environmental compliance.
-Provide regulatory oversight of all projects to ensure compliance
with federal, state, and local laws and provide detailed
requirements for management during the pre-development phase.
-Identify solutions to manage effluent from quasar’s digesters and
secure contracts that will meet with corporate financial
-Responsible for developing and submitting complete permit
applications to regulatory agencies and oversight of regular
-Work with contractors and vendors in the marketing of biosolids,
biosolids treatments, soil amendment, land reclamation, and other
biosolids products and uses.
-Actively participate in corporate policy development/revisions for
-Conducts periodic internal inspections to ensure permit
-Update and maintain Standard Operating Procedures to ensure
-Follow proposed changes to state and federal regulatory policies
and provide logic for quasar’s position prior to taking a position
-Employ working knowledge of local, state and federal regulations
to meet with regulators, represent the company at public hearings,
prepare responses to regulatory requirements, including operating
reports, letters, and memorandum, etc.
-Represent quasar at state, national, and international professional
conferences when requested.
-Train and develop regulatory staff.
-Evaluates analytical data following biosolids and soil analyses.
-Reviews and critiques biosolids and soil sampling and analysis
-Reviews and makes determinations on proposed biosolids
-In order to calculate an acceptable biosolids application rate,
evaluates soils and biosolids data, calculates existing soil nitrogen
concentrations, determines crop nutrient needs, understands and
applies nitrogen transformation dynamics, and considers the
impact of previous applications of biosolids and other organic
-Evaluates the methods used for achieving pathogen reduction in
-Ensures corporate compliance with USEPA 40 CFR Part 503
Education, Experience, and Skills Required:
-Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences, Agronomy, or related field
is required, Master’s Degree is preferred.
-The ideal candidate will have established relationships with Ohio
-Experience in biosolids management is preferred.
-Five to seven years of experience in operations capacity, including
all aspects of regulatory process and execution.
-Previous supervisory experience is required. Ability to work both
independently and in team-oriented, collaborative environment is
-Ability to conform to shifting priorities, demands, and timelines
through analytical and problem-solving abilities.
-Reacts to project adjustments and alterations promptly and
-Ability to read communication styles of team members and
contractors who come from a broad spectrum of disciplines.
-Persuasive, encouraging, and motivating.
-Ability to elicit cooperation from a variety of sources (upper
management, customers, other departments, etc.).
-Strong written and oral communication skills.
-Must be able to learn, understand, and apply new technologies.
-Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure
environment is crucial.
To apply to this position visit:
8600 East Pleasant Valley Rd
Independence, OH 44131
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