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Lehigh Hanson Environmental Coordinator - Redmond WA in Redmond, Washington

AutoReqId: 10957BR

Line Of Business: Regional Administration

Department: Health, Safety and Environment

Primary Location: Redmond-WA

Job Posting:

WE GIVE DOWN-TO-EARTH A WHOLE NEW MEANING

We’re Lehigh Hanson. Our products build cities and towns, including stadiums that hold thousands of fans, and bridges that support millions of vehicles. We have thousands of employees across hundreds of locations in the U.S. and Canada, making us North America’s leading supplier of cement, aggregates, ready-mixed concrete, asphalt, and related construction materials.

We might be a big company, but we appreciate and encourage our people to share their ideas and help shape our future. We want every one of our people to play an active role in growing our business. With our diverse product lines and locations across North America, there are opportunities to explore different roles and work on a variety of exciting and interesting projects.

We’re a tight-knit team. While we strive to be the best, we do it with an attitude that is humble, accessible and down-to-earth. We don’t ask you to “fit in” to our culture. We invite you to add to it.

This offers the unique opportunity to work for a large company with exposure to the manufacturing industry and to be a part of the administrative team.

Are you an organized energetic person that takes pride in your work?

Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment?

Are you ready to take the next step in your career with an industry leader?

Environmental Coordinator

Field and office based role in Redmond, WA with travel required around Washington and Oregon.

Job Description:

  • Assist in maintaining compliance at sites, including conducting and documenting required inspections, identifying potential issues and recommending solutions, and participation in annual audits and site inspections.

  • Maintains data records for compliance and training.

  • Monitors environmental systems and reports data.

  • Manage ground water monitoring program for sites, inclusive of scheduling, monitoring, data management, and reporting.

  • Coordinate Backfill Acceptance Program for sites accepting fill in accordance with permit conditions and company policy which includes, but is not limited to:

  • Managing the implementation, training and document filing requirements of the Program.

  • Coordinating with Sales and Customers to receive appropriate documentation for review by Environment Department.

  • Work closely with Operations and Geotechnical Engineer to ensure soil placement complies with guidelines at all sites and mandated placement for High Rock slope stability mitigation.

  • Assist Environment Manager in preparing reports and correspondence for plant, corporate, county, state and federal agencies.

  • Assist in development and implementation of regional environmental policies, goals, and standards.

  • Develops appropriate training material and workshops as directed by Environment Manager.

  • Ensure all work completed safely in compliance with all posted Company, Plant and MSHA Safety rules, policies and procedures.

  • Any other work as assigned.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in environmental sciences, chemistry or relevant degree.

  • Familiarity with groundwater well monitoring.

  • Two to four years related experience.

  • Experience with computers & MS Office Software.

  • Ability to communicate effectively written and verbally.

  • Ability to work overtime or extended hours as needed (nights, evenings, weekends and holidays).

  • Ability to perform all work functions safely & obtain MSHA Certification.

TOOLS & EQUIPMENT:

Computer, phones, MS Office Software, other required software. Any assigned safety equipment, sampling equipment (e.g. turbidity meter, pH meter), , office equipment, some hand tools and any other equipment assigned.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Ability to lift up 10-15lbs frequently, 25-50lbs occasionally, walk, climb stairs & ladders, sit, stand, crouch, and stoop. Ability to work in all weather conditions including heat, cold, and rain. Ability to use computers, read, write and communicate clearly. Ability to comply with all MSHA & Company safety regulations and able to utilize all required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as needed.

The Company reserves the right to change, modify, or add duties and responsibilities as needed.

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Employer Statement: Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority / Female / Veteran / Disabled

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