Req ID : 405402BR Job Code/Title : R02ESS:Eviron Safety and Health Spec Job Description : Performs various technical tasks associated with supporting the Environmental, Safety and Health and Facilities Operations Maintenance Departments. These task include but are not limited to, the operation of industrial wastewater pre-treatment facilities, closed-loop process water systems, scrubbers and various other types of environmental control systems necessary to ensure compliance with environmental, safety and health regulations. Is responsible for personal safety record; knows, understands and complies with all project/site safety requirements without compromise. Wears appropriate levels of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as required by the site conditions and Health & Safety Plans. Uses computer based maintenance management programs as part of workday; prepares basic reports and communications using computer programs.
Collects and conducts on-site process sampling and wet chemistry testing on water, wastewater and industrial wastewater samples as required. Independently collects, segregates, labels and containerize hazardous and non-hazardous solid waste throughout the facility in accordance with the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Operates, inspects, adjusts and monitors process equipment, meters, gauges and controls in accordance with O&M Manual; is able to detect and define problems/malfunctions and maintain proper level of equipment operation and system performance.
Good verbal and written communication skills, Ability to utilize atomic emission absorption flame spectrometer pH meter, conductivity meter, and other analytical equipment to test industrial wastewater solutions prior to, and after treatment to insure compliance with local, state, federal regulations and ISO 14001 standards. Prepares standard solutions required for the analysis of industrial wastewater effluent.
Operates a variety of pollution control process equipment systems including: batch chemical precipitation, oxidation/reduction, sedimentation, sludge filter press, ion exchange, filtration, coolant evaporation, oil/water separation and elementary neutralization. Certifies that batch treatment effluent meets local, state, and federal regulations and permit conditions prior to release.
Generate and submit to supervision pollution control process equipment records daily, weekly checklists and logs as required to verify compliance with local, state and federal regulations. Technician shall be Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (HAZWOPER) trained to respond to chemical spills and also serves as a member of the emergency response team. Must have or be able to obtain a certification to operate a fork lift.
Collects, segregates, labels and prepares hazardous and non-hazardous solid waste for treatment or off-site disposal in conformance with local, state, and federal regulations.
Serve as a member of the emergency response team.
Must have the ability to stand for 9 hour shifts, climb ladders when needed, and be able to lift 35 pounds regularly. Must have the ability to obtain a confined space and fall protection certifications.
Must have the ability to work 1st, 2nd, or 3rd shift in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement
Minimum three years of equivalent work experience.
Must have the ability to work 1st, 2nd, or 3rd shift in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement.
Knowledge of basic arithmetic and algebra commonly used in wastewater treatment industry.
Proficient use of computers and other systems to access, maintain and input data. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and email programs.
Must have the ability to follow standard test procedures and operate analytical instruments and precision test equipment, such as atomic emission spectrometer, pH meter, and conductivity meter.
Must possess knowledge sufficient to allow interpretation of chemical compatibility, safety hazard, and other handling information found in safety data sheets (SDS), and other reference documents to allow segregation of hazardous materials for lab-packing, shipment and treatment of hazardous and non-regulated waste.
Must have an understanding of physical and chemical characteristics of waste streams, can perform and interpret laboratory analyses for evaluation and adjustment of processes and equipment.
Must have the ability to troubleshoot problems and abnormalities in the receiving waste stream and the treatment process.
Must have the ability to comprehend and follow safety procedures.
AS degree in environmental science with an emphasis on chemistry is desired.
Prior experience with performing laboratory analyses in accordance with site specific standard operating procedures (SOPs), and performing preventive and corrective maintenance to environmental systems pumps, pipelines, valves, and simple process equipment.
RCRA hazardous waste management certification.
Knowledge of industrial wastewater treatment plant operations and familiar with automated PLC system and HMI interface.
State Industrial Wastewater Pretreatment Operator Certification.
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Job Location(s): Orlando Florida Security Clearance : None Business Unit : ESS0385 MISSILES AND FIRE CONTROL Job Class : Facilities Job Category : Hourly/Non-Exempt City : Orlando State : FL Virtual : No Relocation Available : No Work Schedule : 4X10A- 4 10 hr days Mon-Thurs; Fr/Sa/Su off Req Type : Full-Time Shift : First Additional Posting Locations : Orlando