Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, Inc. IRC25326 Environmental Supervisor in Craig, Colorado
Responsible for organizing and directing environmental regulatory compliance activities including monitoring, record keeping, and reporting of plant operations at Craig Station. Provides direction, follow-up and organization, necessary training and performance evaluations for Environmental Coordinators. Maintains current procedures and instructions for ensuring compliance with environmental regulatory related issues.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Manage all environmental regulatory compliance activities including stack emissions, fugitive emissions, waste minimization, chemical reporting requirements, air emission reporting requirements, and waste disposal requirements.
- Perform compliance-related activities for all applicable elements of the Clean Air Act, Colorado air quality regulations, and stack monitoring Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC).
- Maintain current procedures and instructions for ensuring compliance with environmental-related issues.
- Coordinate with corporate environmental staff on requirements for environmental compliance and certification testing (Mercury and Air Toxics Standards [MATS], Particulate Matter Testing [PM], Relative Accuracy Test Audits [RATAs]).
- Coordinate with corporate environmental staff on all permitting requirements for capital projects.
- Coordinate with Craig Station Engineers, Senior Generation Support Analyst, and corporate environmental staff as necessary to ensure Generation Environmental Checklists are completed for capital and large O&M; projects.
- Maintain necessary environmental compliance records.
- Provide guidance to Station HAZMAT personnel regarding spill response and cleanup.
- Ensure necessary training is provided to Craig Station personnel to meet environmental regulatory compliance.
- Provide direction, follow-up and organization for Environmental Coordinators.
- Provide necessary training and performance evaluation for Environmental Coordinators.
- Assist in the preparation and administration of the annual O&M; and capital budgets.
- Perform or assign Chemical Management Coordinator responsibilities.
- Adhere to and demonstrate compliance with appropriate electric utility industry regulatory requirements. Attain knowledge and remain knowledgeable of development in regulations, laws, standards and best practices applicable to the functional area including, but not limited to, Standards of Conduct, Environmental, Employment Law, NERC Reliability Standards and Safety. Must be familiar with, and comply with, all aspects of Corporate Policy C-54, Compliance.
- Demonstrate behavior consistent with Tri-State's culture embodied in the Cooperative principles and spirit and core values of technical competency, respect and dignity, accountability, integrity, trustworthiness, and servant leadership to empower or otherwise enable others to optimally perform their job responsibilities. Demonstrate and promote ethics and behaviors consistent with Tri-State's culture, Board policies, and business practices. Understand and fulfill the role and responsibility for all compliance programs within the company.
- Because Tri-State is an electric utility with continuous service obligations to its customers, regular, reliable, and predictable performance of the essential functions and responsibilities is an essential function of the job.
- Because Tri-State has an obligation to provide continuous, reliable electric service to its customers, the ability to work overtime at any time of the day or week is considered an essential function of the job.
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Perform other related duties as assigned.**
SUCCESS FACTORS/JOB COMPETENCIES:
- Leadership: ability to identify functional area business needs and establish goals and objectives and ensure alignment with enterprise goals.
- Planning: ability to think ahead and plan upcoming initiatives including prioritizing workload, developing schedules and meeting deadlines.
- Decision Making: ability to weigh options, consider alternatives and forecast outcomes and determine option which is best for the enterprise. Understand how to balance emotion with reason and make decisions that positively impact themselves, their employees, their customers and stakeholders, and their organizations. Ability to make decisions in difficult situations.
- Cost management and budget control: ability to include option costs when considering alternatives regarding cost management and budget controls decisions.
- Management/Supervision: ability to organize and manage multiple priorities and supervise work of assigned staff, including projects and daily activities.
- Time management: ability to prioritize and schedule projects and meet deadlines.
- Commitment to company values.
- Problem analysis and problem resolution at both strategic and functional levels.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
- Strong team player: accomplishes tasks by working with others and being a good team player. Recognizes how his/her decisions may impact others; seeks input from others.
REQUIRED JOB QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Training:
- Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in an engineering discipline or applied science area, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Forty (40) - Hour HAZMAT training.
Knowledge, Skills, and Ability:
- Working knowledge of coal-fired electric generating units (EGUs), including emissions controls, fabric filter baghouses for particulate control, wet and dry flue gas desulphurization units for sulfur dioxide (SO2) control and also low-NOx burners, Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), and Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction (SNCR) for NOx control.
- Working knowledge of chemistry.
- Working knowledge of financial and economic analysis.
- Working knowledge of instrumentation and controls maintenance and troubleshooting techniques specific to CEMS (Continuous Emission Monitoring System), COMS (Continuous Opacity Monitoring System), support instruments, and (environmental) data acquisition and handling (DAHS) systems.
- Working knowledge of State of Colorado and Federal environmental regulations.
- Working knowledge of related safety policies and procedures.
- Ability to interpret (primarily emissions) data for purposes of performance evaluation, forecasting, and troubleshooting.
- Ability to organize and direct the work of others.
- Ability to maintain effective working relationships.
- Ability to effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing.
- Ability to interpret and administer labor agreements.
- Ability to motivate others to achieve short-term goals and expectations.
- Ability to create and implement plans to meet long-term goals and expectations.
- Eight (8) years of experience in environmental compliance management or process/project engineering. __
- Willingness to travel as required. (Must possess a valid driver's license.)
- Must be able to work at 300 feet elevation on stack.
- Must be able to work with atmospheric conditions.
- Must be able to demonstrate that he/she can perform all of the essential functions of the position.
DESIRED JOB QUALIFICATIONS
- BS Engineering with Environmental Engineering emphasis preferred.
- Working knowledge of process engineering preferred.
- Coal-fired power plant experience preferred.
- Supervisory experience preferred.
PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEMANDS: The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Physical demands: While performing the duties of this position, the incumbent is required to sit for long periods of time and occasionally stand, walk, stoop, bend, reach above and below shoulder level and lift up to 10 lbs., climb stairs and ladders and push/pull up to 10 lbs. Incumbent is frequently required to use hands and fingers to handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls, talk and hear. Incumbent must have finger dexterity, good vision, good color vision, good hearing, and ability to speak clearly, and handle intricate work.
Mental demands: While performing the duties of this job, the incumbent is required to read, write, perform basic math, analyze data and reports, exercise judgment, develop plans, procedures and goals, and present information to others and work under pressure.
Work Environment: While performing the duties of this position, the incumbent is occasionally exposed to dust/dirt, fumes, chemicals, vibrations, noise, poor ventilation, working at heights, and exposed to electrical risks all common to a coal fired power plant work environment.
Job Title: IRC25326 Environmental Supervisor
Location: Craig, CO, US
Base Location: Craig Station - Criag, CO
Amount of Travel: Up to 10%
Equal Opportunity Employer – Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran