at LANXESS in El Dorado, Arkansas, United States
Who we are:
LANXESS is a leading specialty chemicals company with sales of EUR6.1 billion in 2020 and about 14,200 employees in33 countries. The core business of LANXESS is the development, manufacturing and marketing of chemical intermediates, additives, specialty chemicals and plastics.
LANXESS is listed in the leading sustainability indices Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI World and Europe) and FTSE4Good.
In the United States, LANXESS employs more than 2,000 people at 25 locations in 11 states.
What we can offer you:
LANXESS is a young company with strong roots! We derive our strength from global presence, management excellence and most importantly our people! Our employees are the pillars of our success.
We offer exciting career opportunities regionally as well as internationally, educational assistance programs, competitive pay and benefits, language training programs, and many other personal and professional development programs that are a part of our vision and values that drive our ongoing success.
Permitting Strategy and Project Support
Working with Internaland External Stakeholdersto AdvanceSustainabilityInitiatives
Federal and State Rule Interpretation and Forecasting
Inspections, Reports, and Presentations for Internal and External Stakeholders
Team Development and Improvement
Program Continuous Improvement
Program Contractor Support Management
This position requires interpreting and implementing complex environmental regulations on the federal and state level, discussing path-forward options as part of a team, and prioritizing work to meet internal and external deadlines.
Must be able to execute detailed responsibilities, as directed by the Environmental Manager, in a fast-paced environment so as to meet job performance expectations in a consistent fashion so that the entire air compliance program exists in an "audit-ready" condition at all times.
An understanding of operational processes within the chemical manufacturing industry and how the industry is regulated by the Clean Air Act is required.
The review and recommendation of technological measures to effectively improve and maintain site compliance may be required.
An understanding of the Capital Expenditure process and the application of appropriate regulations and controls to projects totaling up to and over $3MM will be a key function of this role.
This positional requires a college degree in either Engineering (chemical or environmental) or comparable science (chemistry, environmental science, etc.), and prior industrial air compliance and permitting experience.
Knowledge of Clean Air Act Title V permitting requirements are an absolute must; a Professional Engineering certification or similar credential, or the ability to acquire this certification within 1-3 years is of advantage.
What we offer you:
Compensation: We offer competitive compensation packages, inclusive of a global bonus program and an individual performance bonus program.
Comprehensive Benefits: We provide a variety of benefits to support your financial security, health and wellbeing including retirement plans, health programs, life insurance and medical care.
Work-Life & Flexibility: We support you in maintaining a balance between working hours and personal life. With our global "Xwork" program, we offer flexible working arrangements in all countries in which we operate.
Training & Development: We are committed to your professional and personal development and encourage you in the ongoing pursuit of education, training and knowledge through both formal and informal learning .
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LANXESS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status or disability.