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Environmental Specialist

MasTec Power Delivery

Las Vegas, Nevada

Job Type Permanent
Salary Details $65,000 - $100,000
Required Experience 2 - 6 years

As one of the nation's leading electric transmission line construction companies, MasTec Power Delivery companies engineer and construct efficient and reliable electrical transmission, distribution, and substation & switchyard systems. Our extensive workforce includes both union and nonunion teams, which, combined with our specialized equipment fleet, allows us to effectively meet our clients' needs for power delivery, emergency restoration, and ongoing maintenance. We've been involved in some of the most challenging and recognizable electric projects across the U.S. From the electric plant to the end users, MasTec's experienced managers and crews consistently deliver transmission, distribution, and substation & switchyard services with an unfailing commitment to safety, integrity, and sustainable practices.  

MasTec Power Delivery is a purpose-driven organization. Our core values guide our strategy, performance, and culture. We believe in maintaining an environment where team members can make an impact, grow, and thrive. A place where they find meaning and purpose in doing the important work of ensuring communities have the vital energy, light, and communications to prosper. Our culture is inclusive and welcoming. Our teams are empowered with abundant training, tools, and opportunities to follow their curiosity and ambitions. Everyone has an equal chance to advance. Everyone is supported, respected, and challenged to be their best. We’re always looking for talented and dedicated people to join us and love where they work.  

MasTec Power Delivery is a segment of MasTec (NYSE: MTZ), a Fortune 500 Company ranked by Energy News-Record as one of the leading contractors in the country. We are certified as a minority-controlled company by the National Minority Suppliers Development Council (NMSDC). Our rich diversity of people and ideas makes us a stronger, more innovative organization.

Responsibilities

  • Demonstrates basic understanding of applicable environmental laws, environmental best management practices, field construction practices, employee environmental training, and working with local, state and federal land management agencies. 
  • Works with construction management and government agencies to ensure comprehensive environmental compliance throughout all phases of transmission line construction.  
  • Complete pre-construction surveying within the project right-of-way and surrounding areas.  
  • Monitors the Project area for species of concern.  
  • Implements appropriate flagging and signage to comply with environmental concerns and mitigation.  
  • Conducts noxious weed monitoring and management.  
  • Inspects, evaluates, and amends project best management practices (BMP’s) as needed in accordance with the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan and contractual requirements.  
  • Develops Project plans to ensure environmental and agency compliance.  
  • Preparing and overseeing all biological management plans, obtain project specific permits, and manage all field biological activities including preconstruction, construction, and post construction monitoring and surveys.   
  • Conduct Project Environmental training for all project employees, subcontractors and visitors to project site and develops Site Specification Environmental Plans for project work sites. 
  • Participate in daily and weekly pre-construction look-ahead meetings. 
  • Prepare and maintain daily and weekly reports as specified in the project documents 
  • Participate in weekly progress meetings. 
  • Perform site inspections to identify areas of potential risk related to permit requirements. 
  • Ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state and local permit conditions. 
  • Strictly adhere to Owner's environmental policies and procedures; 
  • Verify that work is executed according to drawings and specifications; 
  • Coordinates with Owner’s staff and governing agencies on a regular basis to track Project activities and ensure consistent communications Project wide. 
  • Maintains good communications with the Owner's Construction Inspection team, the EC Source Lead Environmental Inspector, and work crews. 

Qualifications

Education and/ or Work Experience: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree 
  • 1-5 Years’ experience  

Skills & Abilities: 

  • Hazwoper 40HR 
  • CISEC or CESSWI Stormwater Certification 
  • OSHA 30HR 
  • CPESC Certification 
  • ACOE Wetland Certification 
  • Strong organizational and document management skills 
  • Ability to multitask and maintain effectiveness with multiple priorities 
  • Professional demeanor; remain calm and emotionally controlled under pressure 
  • Detailed oriented and high attention to accuracy 
  • Solid mathematical skills 
  • Comfortable with working in a non-traditional office environment 
  • Demonstrated written and verbal skills 
  • Demonstrated Microsoft Excel and Word proficiency  
  • Demonstrated Microsoft Outlook proficiency  

*Pay Rate: $65,000 - $100,000

HOW TO APPLY

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