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DOT Environmental Engineer

    • Job Tracking ID: 512622-705439
    • Job Location: Aston, PA
    • Job Level: Mid Career (2+ years)
    • Level of Education: BA/BS
    • Job Type: Full-Time/Regular
    • Date Updated: October 02, 2019
    • Years of Experience: 10 - 15 Years
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Job Description:

Key Role Description:

Responsible for the day-to-day implementation and administration of legally compliant DOT and Environmental Management policies, programs, and best practices at MIPC. Performs complex assignments and has sole responsibility for critical environmental programs; e.g., permitting or compliance systems. Plays a key role in regulatory interpretation and compliance functions at the terminals and for the pipelines. Develops, maintains and oversees air, water, waste, LDAR, tanks, and remediation compliance programs in accordance with local, state and federal requirements and accepted industry practices. Assists the Pipeline Safety Leader and covers all Safety aspects in their absence. Coordinates reporting with MIPC operations, maintenance and technical areas to ensure both DOT and environmental compliance and improve overall regulatory performance.

Key items include but not limited to:

  • Intimate knowledge of DOT 49 CFR Part 195
  • Intimate knowledge of Title-V air permits (Chelsea & G-St) and state air permit (Woodbury)
  • Intimate knowledge of NPDES permits for all facilities
  • Ensure all regulatory reports pertaining to DOT, Title-V and NPDES permits are submitted accurately and on-time (e.g. PHMSA, DEP Deviation, Emissions, Water Discharge monitoring reports).
  • Intimate knowledge of SPCC requirements and ensuring the plan (ICP) is always current including all associated information within the ICP.
  • Liaison to regulatory agencies that includes PHMSA, PADEP, Philadelphia Air Mgt, NJDEP, EPA.
  • Facilitate and coordinate PADEP above ground storage tank requirements with Operations and Maintenance.

Role Specific Competencies

At Monroe, we have identified nine specific competencies we expect all employees of our organization to possess. These competencies are incorporated as a part of our Selection, Performance Management/Review and Developmental processes. The competencies and activities for this role are detailed below:

Technical Knowledge - demonstrates the specific skills necessary for the assignments, understands the background and points of leverage to be effective in the role.

  • Establishes programs that support DOT 49 CFR Part 195
  • Assists in establishing policies and programs in support of air, water, waste, LDAR, tanks, and remediation compliance at the refinery and at the terminals.
  • Establishes monitoring and reporting processes for all the compliances programs.
  • Tracks and reports on environmental compliance performance and assures that all external regulatory reporting is complete and on time.
  • Provides regular area audits, inspections and assessments ensuring adequate and timely follow-through and implementation of corrections as required.
  • Oversees monitoring of federal, state, and local regulatory requirements and risk initiatives including analyzing potential impacts on system operations and the community.
  • Supports and integrates environmental activities and requirements with MIPC Leadership Team and all other operational and support areas.
  • Works hand-in-hand with Operations to help their understanding of compliance limits.
  • Works hand-in-hand with Maintenance to help their understanding of repair requirements, downtime allowances, etc.

Knowledge of Work Areas and Responsibilities - demonstrates a clear understanding of role and responsibilities within specific area, flexible and agile in adapting to changes or exploring opportunities and challenges.

  • Represents MIPC at various industry associations through participation on committees or task teams and keeps up-to-date on best practices on tank and pipeline operations related to both PHMSA compliance and air issues.
  • Participates in the development and support of a Community Advisory Panel.
  • Assists in budget preparation and tracking, establishing and monitoring progress toward department goals.

Communications - Verbal and Written - includes written and verbal communications, delivers presentations and has good listening skills.

Problem Solving and Conflict Leadership - strives to understand contributing factors, works to resolve complex situations, and helps individuals to resolve conflicts.

Delivering Results - Sense of Urgency - defines appropriate goals, works toward achieving goals, articulates vision and steps for achievement, meets deadlines and provides timely status updates and follow-through.

Teamwork/Cooperation - accountable to team, works to meet established deliverables, appreciates view of team members and is respectful of others.

Initiative - takes action, seeks new opportunities, and strives to see projects to completion.

Work Reliability/Quality - strives to eliminate errors, accurate work is a priority, and seeks opportunities to improve product/services.

Integrity and Trust - honest, accountable, upholds ethics standards and maintains confidentiality.



Experience and Skills

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in high-risk industry such as pipelines, refinery/chemical plants or equivalent with demonstrated knowledge of DOT and environmental legislation and regulations implementation.
  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, relevant sciences or specific environmental discipline.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in all of Role Specific Competencies.



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