$80K — $100K *
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is seeking an experienced Technical Staff member for the RCRA/Air/Transportation Compliance Program group within the Environmental Protection Services Division (EPSD). The EPSD is responsible for implementing programs that enable ORNL’s science missions through effective regulatory compliance support, specifically by facilitating ORNL compliance with Federal and State RCRA/Air/Clean Water Act/TSCA/USDA regulatory requirements and applicable Department of Energy (DOE) Orders.
The successful candidate will have extensive experience in the area of environmental Clean Air Act (CAA) regulatory compliance and a proven track record of managing complex environmental programs. This experience should include: 1) detailed knowledge of Title V permitting and operations, 2) ability to prepare complex air permit applications and reports, 3) significant knowledge of demonstrating compliance with Clean Air Act rules and regulations, including Greenhouse Gas, stationary engines, and Stratospheric Ozone rules, 4) knowledge of Radionuclide National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (Rad NESHAPs) and 5) a track record of successful interaction with internal and external customers including environmental regulators.
In addition to interpreting and applying regulatory requirements to Lab operations, the successful candidate will have demonstrated the ability to develop, communicate, and implement defensible risk-based decisions associated with environmental issues to staff and management.
Review, analyze, and interpret state and federal environmental laws, regulations, and other requirements, and communicate findings with ORNL management and staff to facilitate compliance.
Serve as the technical lead for managing CAA (Title V and construction) permit applications, renewals, and modifications as required to support the ongoing and future ORNL onsite and offsite missions.
Develop CAA permitting strategies that maximize operational flexibility and minimize compliance vulnerabilities.
Provide compliance guidance to ORNL staff and management to ensure CAA compliance.
Develop and implement procedures, subject areas, and training, as appropriate to support ORNL CAA compliance needs.
Prepare required regulatory reports for onsite and offsite ORNL operations.
Conduct inspections and compliance investigations of onsite and offsite ORNL operations.
Assist leadership in the effective management of resources including capital and operational budgets to maximize efficiency and efficacy.
Work with and assist the Rad NESHAPs Coordinator, Environmental Sampling & Data Evaluation staff, as needed, in evaluating environmental air monitoring and sampling results, trends, and overall performance.
Communicate with local, state, and federal regulatory agencies as needed in support of ORNL mission needs.
Must abide by the principles of Safe Conduct of Research including being personally responsible for ensuring safe operations by raising safety concerns, using a questioning attitude, considering hazards for every task, and never stop learning.
Minimum of bachelor’s degree in science, engineering, or chemistry with 5 years of relevant experience in implementing environmental regulatory programs with a strong emphasis on air quality, NESHAPS, and Title V programs, 10+ years preferred. Knowledge of and experience with continuous emission monitoring systems and stack testing methods is preferred. The individual must have computing and database proficiency, and strong organizational, oral and written communication skills. Must be able to work effectively in a cross-functioning team setting. Knowledge of and experience with DOE
Valid through: 4/24/2021
$100K — $150K
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