Position PurposeThe Environmental Manager position is responsible for applying in depth understanding of environmental practices and standards across a location.
Provides location leadership and direction in the following areas of focus:
development and implementation of environmental strategy & programs, maintenance, and continuous improvement of environmental results, shaping of the internal environmental culture, management of the external environmental brand and leadership of talent management practices.
Member of the location leadership team.35%
Builds and leads a high performing team to assess location risks and opportunities, as well as the execution and administration of corporate, business unit and location environmental strategy programs.
Benchmarks internally and externally to identify best practices and collaborates with internal partners across the organization.
Accountable for performance management, talent development, succession planning and engagement for direct reports in alignment with Cargill?s people processes.
Provides leadership to environmental audit, inspection and risk assessment processes.
Identifies trends, isolates root causes and leads process to ensure that appropriate follow up actions are being implemented.
Monitors and anticipates change in the external environment, including, but not limited to regulatory compliance.
Leads development of communication strategy for key audiences that builds and maintains awareness of Environmental values, strategies and performance. Provides training and internal assessment of environmental compliance systems. 5%
Promote Cargill through involvement in community activities and professional organizations.
Share best practices and represent location on behalf of the organization.This position is posted internally as well as externallyEqual Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet.Skills:
Required QualificationsBachelor?s degreeMinimum 5 years of environmental experience in an industrial settingKnowledge of Federal, State and Local regulations for air, water and solid wastesKnowledge of OSHA, NFPA, NEC, and EPA regulationsAbility to adapt and learn in a changing work environmentAbility to manage multiple prioritiesStrong attention to detailAbility to work in a team environmentDemonstrated strong problem solving and analytical skillsExcellent communication and conflict resolution skillsDemonstrated ability to lead people and get results through othersAbility to encourage and build a culture of inclusionAbility to balance and achieve positive results in the areas of food safety, safety, quality, productivity, cost and employee relations.Ability to travel 15% – 25%Preferred QualificationsBachelor?s degree or higher in environmental science, biology, or chemistry?Negotiations experience with regulatory agenciesProgram development and implementation of new or changing regulationsImplementation of ISO 14000Process Safety Management (PSM)
and Risk Management Program (RMP) experienceExperience with facility response plans (FRP)