Environmental Specialist III - Water

Location: Bridgeport, West Virginia Salary: competitive
Sector: Life Sciences Type: Permanent

My Client, a leading Oil and Gas Company, based in West Virginia is looking for a Field Environmental Specialist III to join their team on a permanent basis.

This is a great time to join this this company as they have maintained a great market position throughout the downturn, offering employees stability and consistent work. This client also offers great benefits, training and career growth for their employees.


  • Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Sciences or equivalent area of study,
  • 5+ years Regulatory and/or EHS experience. Additional experience may substitutes for degree,
  • Advanced study and/or professional license/certification can be applied toward relevant experience,
  • In-depth knowledge of EHS regulations (Federal, State, Local) and permitting,
  • Direct experience with NPDES permitting and compliance preferred,
  • Working knowledge of NORM/TENORM regulations and Solid Waste Facilities preferred.
  • Working knowledge of HSSE requirements
  • Solid background in waste and water. Oil and Gas operations experience is preferred but not imperative as extensive water treatment and landfill experience is preferred. Familiarity with radioactivity is a plus


  • Facilitate, implement and track required HSSE training, inspection, and monitoring requirements per applicable permit conditions at the landfill and maintain appropriate records.
  • Perform spot checks along with periodic full regulatory audits of third-party water treatment facility operator records, files, reports, inspections, trainings, etc. required by various operating and environmental permits, registrations and licenses.
  • Oversee inspections related to ASTs (e.g. SPCC & WVDEP AST Act), CAA, CWA, DOT/HazMat and NORM/TENORM compliance.
  • Support Corporate Water & Waste Division in working to modify or renew any licenses, permits and operating approvals for treatment and landfill facilities.
  • Prepare agency correspondence letters, reports and notifications as necessary.
  • Coordinate federal, state or local/municipal agency inspections at facilities.
  • Assist in the tracking, modification and strategic implementation of environmental plans and procedures.
  • Analyze and advise both internal and external customers of any changes to processes, chemicals or equipment at facilities that may have regulatory impacts.

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