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Smithfield Foods Environmental Manager in DENISON, Iowa

Environmental ManagerID2021-17938Job LocationsUS-IA-DenisonCategoryCorp Affairs/EnvironmentalTypeFull-TimeFLSA StatusExemptShift1st ShiftJob Locations US-IA-Denison Your Opportunity The Plant Environmental Manager oversees and manages environmental and sustainability issues at the facility, including compliance with all applicable permits, environmental rules and regulations, continued conformance with ISO 14001 requirements and ensuring the facility achieves sustainability goals relative to water savings, energy savings and zero landfill. Helps facility to resolve environmental issues. Responsible for the assigned areas of the Maintenance team, wastewater, and the supervision of those employees. Core Responsibilities As necessary, writes and revises the following plans: Emergency Response (in tandem with Safety department), Chemical Approval Handling and Management, SPCC, SW3P, Lead based Paint Operations, Air Compliance/Air Permits, Water Conservation, Waste Minimization, Wetland Mitigation and Destruction Prevention, Hazardous Material Security Plan.Schedules regulatory and external party audits with the facility to ensure compliance and promote relations with the community and other parties.Follows Smithfield company policies and report non-compliance within the facility to appropriate individuals for correction and or re-training.Assists Facility Environmental Coordinators with environmental compliance issues including wastewater permitting, air permitting and storm water permitting. Includes report preparation and permit applications.Performs facility water, energy and waste management reviews, project scope development, and project managementResponsible for the Environmental Management Systems which ensures that ISO 14001 certification is maintained and the facility remains in compliance. Performs internal EMS Audits. Maintains all required ISO records and documentsFollows procedure guidance and keeps procedures updated Meets with ISO Teams MonthlyReviews Plant StatusReviews ISO Projects and Progress towards ObjectivesMaintains data and tracks plant performanceReviews Corrective Action Requests (when applicable)Ensures ISO System is always "audit ready"Prepares Tier II Reports, Form R Reports, Stormwater, Air Permit, Oil Tank Inspections, Annual Waste Report as well as "Other Requirements" listed in WEBEMS Monitoring SectionConducts all appropriate training for ISO related matters. To include Pure Safety, SPCC, Universal Waste and ISO Awareness. Ensures annual emergency drills occur and are documented in Form 6-1, Hazardous WasteResponsible for water quality; both at the water and wastewater treatment plants. Confirms adherence to the same water quality standards as any public water supply within the state as our finished product serves both our production operations and our work force's domestic needs while on address.Responsible for potable water quality at the wells and wastewater treatment plant, ensuring water discharged to the river meets regulatory compliance.Maintains compliance with all regulatory requirements and record retention in the EMS (Environmental Management System).Confirms that physical, chemical and biological treatments are conducted to ensure the effluent water has been adequately treated and is of acceptable quality per State and Federal EPA regulations in order to be discharged to the city or stream. Leads Monthly EMS Team Meetings.Supervises and provides leadership to the Maintenance personnel and waste water Operators on a daily basis.The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. May perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representati