- Provides daily support and management of company operated and applicable wholesale locations to ensure that incident management meets or exceeds federal, state and local regulations and reduces company liability. Includes electronic/paper filing, scanning, mailing, all of which should be based on company/department policy
- Cultivate and maintain positive professional relationships with all federal, state, and local regulatory agencies and officials.
- Respond to any discrepancies or violations immediately and ensure the appropriate resolution is reached without exceeding deadlines.
- Notify the Environmental Incident Manager immediately of all violation notices and/or incidents that involve a threat to public safety or risk to the company.
- Track and maintain updated incident management documentation to include, but not limited to, company operated locations, applicable wholesale
locations, and other properties where GPM is shown as the responsible party or is responsible for the portfolio management of certain 3rd party liabilities.
- Maintain accurate and updated compliance and environmental incident reporting documents for financial and insurance institutions.
- Utilize the most cost-effective method to manage remedial projects that are identified to be the responsibility of the company or a third party.
- Assist in preparing annual environmental maintenance budget, semi-annual accrual, business plans, and annual performance review to meet established deadlines.
- Meet all established performance goals by agreed deadlines
- Work with consultants to produce a semi-annual accrual, and/or other report(s) that accurately project spending, reimbursement, and steps to closure for all company and/or third-party remedial incident projects. Monitor, control and reduce spending activity to ensure cost is within or below budget.
- Coordinate with environmental consultants, contractors, and state regulatory agencies to move open incident remediation projects toward closure.
- Review contractors work onsite when applicable and/or electronically, for overcharges and to ensure that services are performed according to
applicable GPM environmental specifications, standards, and regulatory requirements.
- Negotiate cost with competitive service providers for a reduction in spending.
Review and process environmental consultant billings to ensure charges and allocated to correct GL.
- Coordinate meetings with company Executive/Management staff to present semi- annual reports, company liability issues, and training. Possible interaction with various individuals including, but not limited to, lawyers and adjacent business/homeowners, etc.
- Periodically attend operations/wholesale meetings and conference calls to provide incident/compliance risk management training and review.
Track company environmental incident management equipment.
Provides oversight of liability associated with gasoline release events and
make decisions to effectively reduce company liability.
- Develop, implement, and coordinate emergency response to release and vapor events as necessary.
- Assist in training of new Environmental Team members.
- Provide oversight, training, and guidance for Environmental Incident Support Position.
- Select and oversee environmental consultants and contractors conductingonsite work.
- Manage incident-related environmental due diligence for potentialacquisitions.
- Track state fund, insurance, and escrow reimbursement.
- Compile and submit all reimbursement claims by appropriate deadlines.
- Attend field remediation visits.
- Obtain UST Operator A/B Certifications in the states and jurisdictions in which GPM operates.
- Remain current with all environmental regulations and as they apply to our industry.
- Respond to any issues after normal business hours which impact normal business operation or as requested by the Environmental Incident Manager or Executive Team.
- Any other job-related duties as assigned by the Environmental Incident Manager or Executive Team.
- BS degree or extensive environmental compliance/incident
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to multitask
- Strong analytical skills
- Ability to interact with Executive and Management staff at all levels
- Detailed oriented
- Strong computer, MS Office skills
- Ability to effectively, plan, implement and follow through with projects or tasks.
- Ability to work in a fast paced, data related environment with limited direct supervision
- Overnight travel required
- Able to learn and maintain working knowledge of applicable environmental regulations and acronyms.
- Maintain professional relationships with contractors, peers, supervisors, and regulatory agencies.
- Able to work in team environment, and demonstrate courtesy, tact, professionalism, and diplomacy.
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