KBRwyle APS-3: Environmental Coordinator/HazMat Supervisor in Goose Creek, South Carolina

APS-3: Environmental Coordinator/HazMat Supervisor


Responsibilities of Position:

  • Maintain an Environmental Management Program that includes an Environmental Management Plan. The Environmental Management Plan will: environmental compliance, pollution prevention, and management initiatives into all aspects of contract performance. In addition, a Hazardous Waste Management Plan that addresses best management practices, improved procurement practices and improved inventory control, recycling and reusing of material whenever it is economically feasible or as prescribed by the Joint Base Quality Recycling Plan. The Environmental Management Plan will comply with all applicable Federal, State and Local environmental regulations and instructions to include local command policies and procedures.

  • Successfully complete KBRwyle Safety Indoctrination Training program as required.

  • Performs a variety of health, safety and environmental related activities, typically at a single field location

  • Supervises and provides technical guidance to HAZWASTE Staff required to store, process and dispose of hazardous and non-hazardous material IAW local command and federal agency policies, procedures, regulations, standards, etc.

  • Coordinates with HAZMART Supervisor as required, provides technical guidance; can provide technical guidance to HAZMART Staff as required.

  • Coordinates with ASLAC Risk Management Staff and Joint Base Environmental Staff for assistance, guidance, coordination, etc. as required to support day-to-day operations.

  • Participates in, attends Joint Base Environmental Committee meetings, gleans and shares lessons learned and best practices; makes presentation to the Committee highlighting KBRwyle Environmental Program performance and requests for specific support to include acquisition of P2 funding; Cross Functional Team

  • Enforce and maintain Environmental Management System and procedures IAW local Quality Management System Perform required audits and environmental inspection of KBRwyle work sites and operations which include emissions, waste water, storm water, pollution prevention, etc. Conduct trend analysis, develop reports, distribute to leadership, ASLAC, Joint Base; revise procedures for program improvements and compliance. Conduct root cause analysis; recommend corrective actions required to prevent recurrence. Solicit from supervisors and Worksite Environmental Monitors, HAZMART supervisor, feedback on deficiencies, successes, trends, etc.

  • Analyze analytical data and characterize hazardous, universal and non-hazardous wastes IAW RCRA and TSCA regulations, conduct, process, etc. hazardous and non-hazardous sampling as required. Take and submit samples IAW regulatory and local procedure requirements.

  • Maintain, input, request documents required for hazardous material and hazardous waste acquisition, receipt, issue, storage, disposal, etc. through ASLAC and Joint Base Staff and EESOH-MIS required for the timely and accurate disposal of materials, approve chemicals for use for APS-3 operations.

  • Act as Incident Commander for all hazardous and non-hazardous materials spills; leads recovery IAW local command procedures, maintains and replenishes recovery supplies as required, complete and submits report IAW required timelines. Assist supervisor investigation, conduct root cause analysis and determination of appropriate corrective actions.

  • Primary instructor for all environmental and industrial hygiene training for HAZWASTE, HAZMART staff, supervisors, all employees, etc. as required. Training employees to conduct select training. Develop training IAW regulatory requirements, maintain training schedule to ensure training as required. Conduct New Hire, Annual and Right to Know training; maintain environmental training records IAW regulatory and local procedure requirements.

  • Review Paint Booth Emissions monthly report, notify ASLAC Risk Management and Joint Base Environmental Staff of any concerns regarding emissions. Approves Waste Transfer activity as required IAW local procedures, Title V permit, etc. to time and quality standards monthly as required.

  • Achieve all “met” ratings on monthly Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan, complete all Contract Deliverables (CDRLs) to time and quality standards.

  • Develop and submit annual budgets for waste disposal, contract operations, spill response, training required of the Environmental and Industrial Hygiene programs. This include initiatives for costs savings, costs avoidance, continuous improvement.

  • Work with supervisors to develop work practices, conduct risk assessments, Total Safety Task Instructions (TSTI) for protection of personnel and the environment.

  • Assist HAZMART and HSE supervisors conduct investigations of accidents, injuries, environmental incidents, near misses, etc. as required. Report safe work and unsafe work IAW Good Catch and Courage to Care Reporting Systems.

  • Develop/Determine based on work operations, work environments, hazards, exposure, etc. safe work practices, procedures, testing schedules; coordinate for required IH testing, make notifications and maintain records as required.

  • Assist leaders identify and assess potential health hazards, stop work when required, make recommendations to leadership and ASLAC staff. Investigate reports of health hazard concerns; implement risk strategy. Reviews procedures re

  • Enforces and maintains ISO 4001:2004 compliant Environmental Management Systems Reviews procedures regularly, revises as required.

  • Interpret IH sampling results, make recommendations for remediation, other actions. Conduct actual sampling, send to laboratories, maintain custody documents and records as required. This includes but is not limited to potable water, waste water, air quality, lead, asbestos, etc. Coordinate for other required IH testing and evaluate work operations and facilities for potential IH issues, coordinate for testing as indicated. Evaluate work environments and work operations; identify hazards which require IH sampling, implement and maintain schedules.

  • Conduct audits of Environmental Program procedures, work sites, storage facilities, make on the spot corrections, work site supervisors, etc. to implement sustained corrective action.

  • Make recommendations to ASLAC Staff regarding environmental issues.

  • Contributes to review of Performance Work Statement, evaluate and report to APS-3 leadership team areas of concern.

  • Evaluate Letters of Technical Directive, changes to current mission, new missions; provide feedback on environmental impact, impact to Environmental Program.

  • Responsible for the management of several satellite accumulation areas, hazardous waste management to include transfer between assets, storage, packaging, manifesting and transport off site.

  • Maintains all certifications and training as required.

  • Perform all other duties as assigned.

Physical Requirements

  • Standing – between 3 to 5 hours per day.

  • Walking – between 3 to 5 hours per day.

  • Sitting – between 6 to 8 hours per day.

  • Lifting – up to 35 lbs. periodically.

  • Squatting, kneeling, bending, reaching, and climbing – periodically.

  • Work outside and inside in non-climate controlled environment.

  • Achieve and maintain medical clearance and training to wear and use a respirator; specific events could require wear up to 10 hours per day.

  • Position is a deployable position, must meet and maintain medical and training requirements necessary for OCONUS deployment, anticipate deployment for short periods of time.

Position Scope:

  • Works under the direction of the HSE Manager

  • Position is guided by local command, state, federal regulations, KBR policies and procedures

  • Significant customer influence


Attributes/Skills Required/Sought:

  • Current 40 Hour HAZWOPER Certification.

  • Extensive knowledge of Safety Data Sheets, OSHA, EPA, federal, state or local laws, ordinances and industrial safety, environmental and industrial hygiene codes.

  • Two (2) years experience supervising an Environmental Program staff performing tasks outlined above.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to communicate effectively with employees at all echelons and Army customer staff.

  • Customer service oriented.

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Programs, Word, Excel Power Point Good working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel.

  • Achieve and maintain personnel security requirements to obtain base access credentials and Army IT system access.

  • Maintain current state driver’s license.

  • Ability to work periods of overtime, planned and unplanned (customer directed), extended periods of overtime; inside and outside, non-climate controlled work sites.

  • Common Access Card (CAC) or current security clearance, a plus.

  • Experience working with the Enterprise Environmental Safety and Occupational Health Management Information System (EESOH-MIS) or comparable Environmental Program Inventory and Tracking Management System

Experience and Education:

  • Bachelors Degree in Environmental Science, Industrial Hygiene or other directly related discipline.Or

  • Associates Degree in Environmental Science, Industrial Hygiene or directly related discipline and two (2) years working in and managing an Environmental Program in a commercial or military industrial environment performing the tasks outlined above.

  • Extensive knowledge of Safety Data Sheets, OSHA, EPA, federal, state or local laws, ordinances and industrial safety, environmental and industrial hygiene codes.

  • Two (2) years experience working with hazardous materials, tasks can include but is not limited to chacterizing waste for disposal, receipt, inventory, issue, storage, disposal through waste manifests; experience preparing waste manifests, coordinating for disposal, packing, shipping, maintaining records, etc.

  • Two (2) years experience supervising an Environmental Program staff performing tasks outlined above.

  • 30 hour OSHA Industrial Safety training preferred.

  • 40 Hour HAZWOPER Certification.

  • DOT/RCRA Certification.

KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

Job: Quality - Health - Safety - Environment

Primary Location: US-US-SC-Goose Creek

Req ID: 1071141