Environmental Compliance Manager

Date: Jun 5, 2024

Location: Clermont, KY, US

Company: Suntory Global Spirits

Beam Suntory is Crafting the Spirits that Stir the World. Rooted in two centuries of family heritage, Beam Suntory has evolved into the world's third largest leading premium spirits company ... where each employee is treated like family and trusted with legacy. With our greatest assets - our premium spirits and our people - we're driving growth through impactful marketing, innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit. Beam Suntory is a place where you can come Unleash your Spirit by making an impact each and every day.

 

 

Environmental Compliance Manager  

 

The following position is open in KentuckyUnited States.

What makes this a great opportunity?

Beam Suntory is Crafting the Spirits that Stir the World. Rooted in two centuries of family heritage, Beam Suntory has evolved into the world's third largest leading premium spirits company .  Every employee is treated like family and trusted with legacy. With our greatest assets - our premium spirits and our people - we're driving growth through impactful marketing, innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit. Beam Suntory is a place where you can come Unleash your Spirit by making an impact each and every day.

Role Responsibilities

Manages and oversees all aspects of environmental compliance tasks for regulated sites by coordinating and supporting all permitting, sampling, reporting and recordkeeping functions for the operations including but not limited to the following.

Air program, to include Title V Permits, Air Emission Inventories, and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting requirements.
Water programs, to include groundwater, wastewater treatment permit, sewer pre-treatment permit, water withdrawal permits.
Waste programs, to include recycling, universal waste, non-hazardous waste, hazardous waste as well as periodic waste disposal from routine maintenance & construction projects.

Auditing of facilities against regulations, permit conditions, BSI global standards… including coordination of any follow up corrective action planning with operations.
Permitting project management: coordination of efforts between operations, third party consultants/engineers and regulatory agencies for new permits, renewals of permits, and any required modifications as required by regulations and permit conditions; permitting may include and require attendance of regulatory meetings, public hearings and community engagement; work through closure/post closure activities as needed with operations, legal, risk management and third party consultants;
Noncompliance events: management of any notices of violation, follow up reporting, communication to leadership; mitigate ongoing risk; manage follow up corrective action planning.
Maintain all required records through the Compliance and Performance tracking system and provide regular monthly, quarterly and annual status reporting data to corporate as requested.
Regulatory Policy Updates: subject matter expert for region related to environmental and permitting. Working with third party consultants, associations and government agencies maintain up to date information on regulatory, guidance or policy changes which may impact operations and communicate to Company leadership team. May require attendance of meetings, writing of position statements or submission of comments to regulatory changes. Provide technical support and expertise in such discussions.
Corporate Interactions: Identify compliance risks and strategically utilize internal controls necessary to ensure legal and other requirements are effectively managed to prevent and minimize risks; report any and all compliance issues to Company leadership;
Serve as the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Representative (EMR) and works collaboratively with other Integrated Management System representatives (Safety, Quality, etc.).
Continuous Improvement: provide technical review on projects, provide recommendations related to environmental compliance requirements.
Training and Support: provide technical information and training to operations; provide relief support for key roles as needed, complete special projects/assignments as required by leadership; provide expertise on key projects and committees as needed;
Communicate and report compliance and performance to goals on a monthly basis.
Provide feedback and support to other departments to assist in improvement of compliance program development, best management practices, standard work instructions, and overall improvement to company policies and programs.
Support new construction and acquisition integration as it relates to environmental permit and regulatory requirements.
Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Science Degree (or higher) in Environmental, Chemical, Mechanical, or Civil Engineering or relevant scientific discipline. Master’s degree preferred.  Equivalent experience may be considered.
Ability to work toward professional certifications strongly desired.
Minimum 7 plus years of progressive experience in environmental management and permitting at manufacturing site.
Expertise and extensive knowledge of EPA or applicable state regulations including but not limited to: CAA, CWA, RCRA, CERCLA, TSCA.
Deadline driven with excellent organizational skills.
Advanced computer skills with proficiency and working knowledge in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook. And ability to work with third party environmental management software systems.
Capability to handle multiple tasks and work well under pressure to meet deadlines.
Candidates must be comfortable with a fast paced, opportunity filled work environment.
Maintain work by effectively using root-cause problem solving skills… as a leader or a member of a collaborative team.
Ability to develop processes and procedures as well as initiate the implementation of tasks, preventive, and corrective actions.
A quick learner with solid work habits who works well under pressure with constant re-prioritization of duties.
Maintains the highest levels of integrity and confidentiality regarding company information.
Must be fluent in English; second language is a plus but not required. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and written, and explain technical concepts or innovations to technical and non-technical employees.
Must have strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication as well as presentation skills with the ability to communicate to all levels within the organization.
Ability to manage multiple projects, establish priorities, and accomplish goals and objectives.
Physical requirements: ability to conduct visits and gemba activities throughout the manufacturing site- on­ grade, below-grade and above-grade working surfaces.
All applicants must have legal authorization to work in the country in which the manufacturing site is located. The candidate must be able to travel to (and throughout) countries in which BSI has manufacturing locations (travel <25%).
This is an on-site, day shift position. Monday - Friday.  Other work hours may be required in emergency situations.
 

At Beam Suntory, people are our number one priority, and we believe our people grow together in diverse and inclusive environments where their unique insights, experiences and backgrounds are valued and respected. Beam Suntory is committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, military veteran status and all other characteristics, attributes or choices protected by law. All recruitment and hiring decisions are based on an applicant’s skills and experience.


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