Environmental Director Job Description

Environmental Director Job Description

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Environmental director provides technical expertise on environmental and regulatory matters related to air including emissions, releases, permitting and reporting.

Environmental Director Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Create and direct visual merchandise strategies through partnership with the Sr Director to ensure efforts bring the brand to life in Vans owned retail stores and key wholesale accounts within the Americas region with some globally influence/responsibility
Lead the creative development process with key partners, Marketing and Product key leaders
Set standards for global construction projects in retail, outlet, and wholesale avenues
Ensure all aspects of work requests are carried out through the Project Start Form
Validate details, timelines, budgets, and additional requests that enforce company strategy
Oversee and maintain project budgets
Utilize Go-To-Market Process with new store development process and calendar
Create efficiencies to align with corporate strategies to drive revenue and increase profit
Establish strong collaborative working relationships with internal cross functional teams in Design, Visual Merchandising, Store Operations, Environmental Design, Procurement, and Marketing
Form strong partnerships with construction agencies

Environmental Director Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Environmental Director

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: OSHA, CSP, EHS, CIH, ISO, ASP, DOT, NIMS, ARM, EPA

Education for Environmental Director

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the environmental director job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Collage Degree in Management, Engineering, Education, Environmental Science, Health, Science, Healthcare, Business, Environmental Engineering, Geology

Skills for Environmental Director

Desired skills for environmental director include:

Environmental protection relative to unit processes in all aspects of mining
Various reporting standards
Air modeling and permitting
California Air Resources Board and EPA/Department of Natural Resources regulations
Current and emerging issues and trends in area of regulatory compliance
Database and presentation software
Environmental policy

Desired experience for environmental director includes:

Effectively communicate updates to business partners
Ensure environmental designs reflect team strategy
Manage and develop a team of Project Managers in meeting target goals and timelines of executing all Brand, Environment & Construction strategies
Implement Expesite and At Task software
Actively participate in Brand Status Meetings
Collaboration with business partners, external and internal clients in addition to being adept at managing multiple agencies

Environmental Director Examples


Environmental Director Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for an environmental director. We appreciate you taking the time to review the list of qualifications and to apply for the position. If you don’t fill all of the qualifications, you may still be considered depending on your level of experience.
Responsibilities for environmental director
  • Partners with the audit function and communication teams in the development of the internal focus audit protocols, inspections
  • Partners with the standards and audit team in the development and implementation of management system, programs, processes, communications, internal focus audit protocols and inspections
  • Reports annually on site performance against expectation
  • Participate as a leader for EHS issues in key industry organizations as assigned
  • Reviews, updates, and/or develops and implements safety and environmental policies and programs as required
  • Investigates accidents in conjunction with facilities personnel
  • Manage legacy contaminated site remediation and monitoring activities, reviewing consultant reports, government submittals
  • Responsible for full integration of Safety and Environmental Management into the facility’s operations ensuring the facility safety and environmental goals are met
  • Performance appraisals, promotions, hiring and termination of EHS staff
  • Monitors regulatory arena for new/changing regulations and rulemaking
Qualifications for environmental director
  • Expesite and At Task familiarity is a plus
  • OSHA 40-Hour Hazardous Material Technician certification (a.k.a
  • Ability to adapt to changing organizational and operations needs
  • Ability to identify training needs and to facilitate and/or provide education programs to meet those needs
  • Identifies and communicates (S&H related) training needs for use in training management system
  • Basic experience with management systems such as ISO9001

Environmental Director Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of environmental director. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for environmental director
  • As a technical leader, you will provide support in project planning and strategy, including general oversight and planning, project management, peer review, assisting staff in problem solving and final review of work products
  • As a project manager or project director, you will coordinate with clients, resource agencies, environmental and technical staff to manage and prepare CEQA and NEPA environmental documents, and supporting technical studies for large development client and local government client projects
  • Manage a network of various consulting resources in EMEA, Asia Pacific and Central/South America
  • Manage internal London-based EHS team of two who are primarily responsible for EHS compliance at NBCU international headquarters (1000+ employees)
  • Evaluate performance against compliance goals and provide coaching, guidance and feedback to multiple levels of leadership on how to improve EHS results
  • Assist NBCU Corporate EHS with continual development of compliance assurance programs, written policies and programs, and additional tools to help sites (with no dedicated EHS resources) to manage local compliance requirements
  • Lead EHS biannual 3rd party audits and annual self-assessments at all sites
  • Develop tailored online and/or classroom EHS training for global sites
  • Maintain and track performance and EHS metrics for all international sites using Gensuite digital database
  • Coach global operations leaders to enable them to successfully discharge their leadership responsibilities for EHS
Qualifications for environmental director
  • SAP, Hyperion, CAD knowledge is a plus
  • Subject to standing
  • Liaise with country regulators where & when appropriate
  • Conduct EHS due diligence on company acquisitions and divestitures, and real estate transactions
  • Oversee EHS compliance during site remodeling projects globally and upon occupation, in coordination with the Global Real Estate (GRE) team
  • Work closely with global real estate and global security / crisis management teams on initiatives and plans for global sites

Environmental Director Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is hiring for an environmental director. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for environmental director
  • Provide EHS support for company events, volunteer days, high profile media and sporting events occurring outside of the U.S
  • Oversee international EHS budget of ~£200k
  • Responsible for developing strategic policy direction and leading the organization towards our Zero Harm to the environment vision and supporting the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts of the company
  • Ensure that the environmental and CSR strategies and programs at the corporate and businesses levels are well-aligned with business strategies
  • Set global standards for protection of the public and the environment in the communities where the company operates
  • Provide visibility of environmental progress, performance, and issues to the executive leadership team
  • Develop strategic direction on assigned company remediation sites to reduce risks and costs and drive effective site remediation
  • Ensure that the EHS Compliance Assurance audit program is current, update modules and audit protocols as new locations and/or risks are identified, and assist in soliciting bids and selecting consultants to perform the audits
  • Support talent development of EHS staff related to environmental and stewardship efforts through mentoring and training programs
  • Work to foster an atmosphere of openness and information sharing in order to encourage a culture of high awareness, transparency and diligence with respect to environmental matters
Qualifications for environmental director
  • O(Desired) Masters degree or technical H&S certification (CIH, CSP, CPE)
  • OExperience in auditing and implementing EHS programs internationally, beyond USA and UK
  • OSolid stakeholder management, networking, relationship building and influencing skills
  • OCross-cultural work experience
  • OExcellent organizational, technical, analytical, and program and project management skills
  • ODemonstrated ability to effectively work in a fluid business environment and report into a matrixed management team

Environmental Director Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking for an environmental director. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for environmental director
  • Establishes mission for department
  • Manages department resources efficiently
  • Assures adequate/appropriate staffing, including contract personnel, during department hours of operation
  • Develops all department policies to provide consistent director for staff
  • Complies with regulation appropriate to the department
  • Assess and provide leadership in the area of EVS expense to guide and support organization’s strategy with the ability to effectively lead others
  • Standardization of policies and procedures related to EVS expense management and operations
  • Standardize of products associated with EVS
  • Developing benchmarking with dashboards for the facility and Division
  • Analyzes business strengths and weaknesses, candidly and powerfully communicates to drive action, and leverages continuous improvement tools to improve performance and achieve our footprint goals
Qualifications for environmental director
  • ODemonstrated ability to deliver high quality work in a timely fashion
  • OHighly motivated self-starter
  • OStrong interpersonal and communication skills
  • ODemonstrated ability to think strategically and identify core issues and potential solution strategies
  • OMust be proficient in all Microsoft Office applications and willing to learn
  • ODemonstrated experience with EHS regulations in the United Kingdom, European Union, and in Asia Pacific and Central/South American countries in a similar role

Environmental Director Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is hiring for an environmental director. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for environmental director
  • Hungrily advances company learning, critical thinking, big-data analytics/insight, innovation/research and development, external knowledge/networking and leading-edge problem solving methods to understand the global environmental landscape (including climate regulations), identify, address and eliminate persistent environmental challenges, capture emerging opportunities, and advocate and gain alignment on science-based long term footprint reduction goals
  • Performs preventive maintenance on location and equipment
  • Identifies at-risk behaviors in all disciplines and provides feedback & tools for the Plant Manager to utilize
  • Assists Plant Managers with the on-boarding of new employees
  • Develops annual training calendar and verifies training has been completed
  • Conducts Plant audits to verify housekeeping, required tasks have been completed and employees have an understanding of the meaning of the requirements
  • Actively participates in each location monthly safety/quality committee meetings
  • Collaborates with other Business Unit Safety/Quality/Environmental Managers and other key stakeholder functions as needed to identify emerging issues, develops new performance improvement programs to assist Branches in sustaining a high level of safety performance and regulatory compliance
  • Acts as the subject matter expert for FDA, EPA, OSHA & DOT compliance
  • Ensures proper notification is made to appropriate Division, SAFECOR & regulatory agencies post incident
Qualifications for environmental director
  • Results oriented people leader with ability to develop and implement strategic vision, influence strategic direction of the organization, align business partners and senior leaders
  • A strong business perspective that includes the ability to work with all levels of executives and operational associates
  • An excellent understanding of relevant laws, regulations and governance requirements
  • A background which indicates a high capacity for travel and a desire to engage frequently with field-based organizations around the world
  • A minimum of 15 years experience with at least 5 in a management role
  • Minimum one year of experience in Health Care Environmental Services Management required

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