Environmental Inspector/Storm Water Inspector

ECSource: Energy Environmental Group Canton/Akron, Ohio
Job Type Paid permanent

Environmental Compliance Specialist - Ohio

Energy Environmental Group (EEG)

Energy Environment Group (EEG) provides environmental compliance for all aspects of large-scale extra-high voltage energy infrastructure projects and development. EEG is committed to providing industry leading service and quality, while simultaneously protecting the environment. EEG offers a very competitive salary and full benefits are available, including comprehensive health insurance and 401-k Plan.

EEG is actively seeking an Environmental Compliance Specialist for full time employment on a transmission line construction project located in the central Ohio area. The duration of the project is approximately one year; however, continuing work would likely be available on other projects located in Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, Texas and Louisiana.

Primary duties include: management and coordination of environmental compliance during construction of a transmission line. Responsibilities include implementation of: Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP), Spill Prevention Control and Counter-measurement Plans (SPCC), and other environmental compliance plans related to sensitive resources. The Environmental Compliance Manager would be responsible for identification, documentation, and oversight of environment compliance during daily construction activity. This would include: corrective actions for compliance issues, conducting environmental training, SWPPP and SPCC monitoring, monitoring wetland, and implementation and monitoring of restoration activities. The highly-qualified applicant will be experienced in the development of mitigation solutions, coordination with agency personnel to resolve issues, mitigation planning and oversight for in-line construction projects.

Minimum Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in biology, environmental science, natural resources, or related discipline required; and/or equivalent experience. Strong analytical and communications skills are a must. Able to work flexible hours & travel (estimated 20%). Ability to work and perform tasks with minimal supervision. Able to interact effectively with internal and external clients. Strong oral and written communication skills required. Strong computer skills and a significant understanding of Microsoft office applications. Strong working knowledge of SWPPP programs. US citizenship required. Valid driver’s license is required.

Preferred Qualifications: At least some experience performing environmental monitoring for in-line projects. Direct experience working with federal and state environmental regulatory agencies (EPA, BLM, USFS, state agencies). Storm Water General Permit/Compliance/NPDES experience.


Please provide an updated resume and a brief description in an email to:

Raina Johnson 

Phone: (435) 503-5592

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