Environmental Compliance and Human Health Risk Assessment

Environmental Compliance and Human Health Risk Assessment

03 Jul 2023
Louisiana, New orleans, 70112 New orleans USA

Environmental Compliance and Human Health Risk Assessment

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AECOM is actively seeking an experience Environmental Compliance and Risk Assessment Lead position in our Baton Rouge or New Orleans, LA office to manage a variety of projects.  The primary emphasis of the group is to support clients with their environmental regulatory compliance and risk assessment needs.  The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate familiarity and experience in human health risk evaluations and associated submittal requirements for the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, or other relevant experienceResponsibilities will include but are not limited to:Provide regulatory interpretation of EHS laws and regulations to our clients.Develop complex human health risk evaluations.Managing scope, schedule, and budget for risk assessment and compliance projectsBuilding strong face to face client relationships.Client and regulatory correspondence.Serves as staff team leader and supervisor. Provide mentoring, guidance and coaching to new or less experienced staff.Maintain knowledge of current and emerging USEPA, OSHA, and state EHS regulatory requirements.Execute a wide variety of environmental risk evaluation and compliance projects with minimal supervision while meeting cost, schedule, safety, and quality objectives.Regular travel is required to client sites as necessary.

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Directs the conduct or program development, analysis, and evaluation of assigned programs consistent with strategic and evaluation plans. Requirements Conditions of Employment Qualifications Applicants must meet all qualifications and eligibility requirements by the closing date of the announcement including time-in-grade restrictions, specialized experience and/or education, as defined below. The following link provides more information on the qualifications for this position: Administrative and Management Positions. Specialized Experience: You must have one (1) year of specialized experience equivalent to at least the next lower grade level (GS-13) or pay band in the Federal service or equivalent in the public sector. Specialized experience for this position includes: (1) Leading, managing, providing expert advisory services and authoritative policy interpretations for Employee and Labor Relations Policy and Services, (2) Providing advice and assistance to employees and management, program administration, research and case management in matters related to performance, conduct, attendance, dispute resolution which also requires analytical writing and developing disciplinary letters. (3) Establishing and maintaining relationships and providing guidance and consultation to management on a variety of labor relations matters such as grievances, appeals, etc. This work also involves interpreting and clarifying policies, standards and procedures, past practice, and keeping current on employee management issues. 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