Environmental Manager

Pleasanton, CA

Posted: 08/08/2023 Industry: Environmental, Health & Safety Job Number: 76.23JW Pay Rate: 90,000 - 113,000 Experience:

Job Description

Environmental Manager

The Environmental Manager is responsible for planning, directing, coordinating and managing the efforts of the people and the processes involved in the development and implementation of plant environmental compliance programs in support of company standards, and applicable regulations.

In this role you will conduct inspections of both our locations to ensure applicable health, safety, and environmental regulations are being met. You will be responsible for maintaining environmental compliance and activities for our manufacturing operations and warehouses.

This is a newly added position as the EHS team is growing with this company.


  • Provide environmental support to plant staff
  • Manage environmental programs to assure compliance with applicable federal, state and local regulations including but not limited to permitting, hazardous and non-hazardous wastes collection and disposal and storm water management
  • Review all environmental programs for compliance with current OSHA/CalOSHA regulations
  • Develop, implement and track employee environmental training in support of written programs
  • Maintain file copies of permits for all facilities
  • Air Permit: paint booth usage, weekly inspections, monthly data summaries, quarterly, annual, and triennial data submissions, and permit review/modification/renewal every 5 years.
  • Wastewater Permit: partner with external vendor with on periodic water testing and data submissions, and permit review/modification/renewal every 5 years
  • Stormwater: partner with external vendor with quarterly inspections, annual testing and report submissions, annual stormwater plan review, and permit review/modification/renewal every 5 years
  • EPCRA (Community Right to Know Act): Annual data collection and submission of inventory report (Tier II) and usage report (TRI Form R/Form A)
  • Hazardous, Universal, and Special Waste: Management of waste collection and disposal, annual review of Hazardous Waste Contingency Plan, submission of annual reports; maintain and develop profiles for all hazardous and special wastes; coordinating waste shipments and management of data for these
  • Maintain profiles of hazardous wastes and non-hazardous wastes; update every three years or when profiles change
  • Ensure all waste are profiled every 3 years
  • Using plant-specific checklists collect and evaluate permit data on a monthly basis to determine compliance
  • Work with local environmental coordinators to submit periodic permit reporting and renewals as needed; to update and review plans (Stormwater, Spill Control, and Contingency Plans) for permits; and to confirm generators status monthly.
  • Evaluate chemical usage with local environmental coordinators to determine when Toxic Release Inventory (TRI Form A/Form R) reports are needed and submit them on time.
  • Ensure local environmental coordinators submit Inventory reports (Tier I/Tier II) on
  • Coordinate efforts with Corporate Manufacturing Engineering on permit requirements and changes due to equipment changes or expansions at individual facilities.
  • Perform cost analysis and justification of environmental management projects
  • Act as Environmental representative for external audits
  • Subject Management expert for MSDS records
  • Coordinate training and support of SDS, GHS, and chemical labeling systems and education for manufacturing facilities

**If you’d like to hear more about this opportunity and others we are currently working on, please contact Jennifer Wojcik at jwojcik@cps4jobs.com.

JO:  76.23JW

Job Requirements


  • Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Safety Management, Industrial and Systems Engineering, or similar degrees. Non-degree holders will be considered only with substantial experience in the field
  • Experience with reviewing and determining status environmental permits and MSDS online or other online SDS management programs
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, especially Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook
  • Database systems
  • Data collection and entry using state or federal environmental systems
  • Attentive to detail and consistency
  • Ability to interact with upper management
  • Knowledge of ISO, 5S, and BBS

**If you’d like to hear more about this opportunity and others we are currently working on, please contact Jennifer Wojcik at jwojcik@cps4jobs.com.

JO:  76.23JW

Meet Your Recruiter

Jennifer Wojcik
Environmental Health and Safety Recruiter

My team recruits for all levels of EHS/Regulatory roles from specialists/engineers to directors/vice presidents. We place EHS professionals in single site, regional, and corporate positions. Examples of the specialty roles we recruit for include, but are not limited to:

• Environmental
• Environmental, Health, and Safety
• Industrial Hygiene
• Management of Change
• Occupational Nurse
• Process Safety Management
• Product Stewardship
• Regulatory
• Risk Management
• Safety
• Security

Industries we serve include, but are not limited to:

• Chemicals
• Construction
• Consumer Products
• Food & Beverage
• General Manufacturing
• Inks and Adhesives
• Medical Devices
• Packaging
• Paints & Coatings
• Petrochemical
• Pharmaceutical
• Plastics
• Polymers
• Refining

If you have interest in finding an opportunity that aligns with your career goals, or if you are a hiring manager looking for talent that can add value to your organization, I would love to hear from you! JWojcik@cps4jobs.com  


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