EHS Engineer II

<strong>At FUJIFILM Electronic Materials, a global leader in solutions for the semiconductor manufacturing industry, we search for the most talented and qualified. At Fujifilm, performance, development, and accountability are the standards to which the company and its people strive toward. And to support its employees, we offer programs that motivate, educate and promote a healthy work-life balance, which increases employee satisfaction and overall personal well-being.</strong>

Pueblo, CO

FUJIFILM Electronic Materials

<p>Successful semiconductor manufacturers move quickly. They demand quality and they require leading technology. For them, partnering with the right supplier is a critical decision.</p> <p>With state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in the U.S., Europe, Taiwan, China, Korea and Japan, local sales offices throughout the world and on site applications support, FUJIFILM Electronic Materials is prepared to supply the world's top tier semiconductor manufacturers.</p> <p>FUJIFILM Electronic Materials offers a broad array of products and services used throughout the semiconductor manufacturing process.</p>

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Overview: <p><strong>Who We Are</strong></p> <p><strong>FUJIFILM Electronic Materials, U.S.A., Inc.,</strong>&nbsp;is a global leader in chemical solutions which enable the semiconductor industry and the digital universe. We have an exciting opportunity at our Pueblo, CO facility for an&nbsp;<strong>EHS Engineer II!</strong></p> <p>With state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in the U.S., Europe, Taiwan, China, Korea and Japan, local sales offices throughout the world and on-site applications support, FUJIFILM Electronic Materials supplies the world's top tier semiconductor manufacturers with a broad array of products and services used throughout the semiconductor manufacturing process.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>The Role</strong></p> <p>As an EHS Engineer II you will be part of our Environmental, Health &amp; Safety (EHS) Global Team and will be responsible for providing detailed engineering and/or technical support to assure compliance with environmental, health and safety requirements for our Electronic Chemicals (EC) Business. You will provide guidance on cost-effective measures to protect air, land and water resources to provide a clean and healthful environment, assist with new project initiatives, including expansions, acquisitions and new development opportunities, assist in site support for EHS programs as needed, including PSM/RMP initiatives and support efforts to develop, maintain and implement EHS programs to support operating facilities and business units. Position emphasis will be environmental support (75-85%) with additional support to site overall EHS Programs (15-25%).</p>
Responsibilities: <ul> <li>Provide ongoing EHS environmental support for Fujifilm FEPC Pueblo site through technical support of such tasks as emissions testing management, periodic reporting, permitting, training and inspection support. Periodic support for other FEPC facilities may be needed as well.</li> <li>Develop and maintain relationships with operating plant/facility staff that support a collaborative model of providing EHS support.</li> <li>Manage modifications, amendments and renewals of environmental licenses and permits including PSD/NSR, Title V, NPDES, stormwater, etc., in a manner that supports the Fujifilm business goals in a compliant and cost-effective manner.</li> <li>Manage site hazardous waste efforts and verify compliance with hazardous waste regulations and permitting</li> <li>Manage and coordinate efforts for new project permitting activities; coordinate with third party engineering to provide smooth environmental permitting process</li> <li>Assist with planning, development and implementation of EHS policies, programs, procedures and standards</li> <li>Provide analysis of existing and proposed regulations and make evaluations regarding their impact to the company; support regulatory/legislative advocacy efforts, as required, to ensure consistent and equitable application/development of environmental policies</li> <li>Coordinate issues associated with emissions monitoring systems, including certification and commissioning of new systems and emissions testing efforts</li> <li>Participate in compliance assurance efforts, such as audits/compliance reviews</li> <li>Develop, maintain, implement, and oversee environmental training programs</li> <li>Coordinate communication and interactions with governmental agencies, including requests for information, investigations/inspections and enforcement activities</li> <li>Provide site support for EHS programs and Sustainability efforts as needed to maintain compliance and continuous improvement</li> <li>Participate and support ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 certifications</li> <li>Implement and conduct audit programs to identify existing or potential EHS hazards and liabilities, determine corrective or preventative measures where indicated, and manage the resolution of identified issues</li> <li>Provide support on recurring environmental compliance obligations, including compliance recordkeeping, reporting, testing, etc.</li> <li>Must demonstrate effective communication, working relationship development, and the ability to influence site management, front line supervision and other employees; an emphasis on cross-functional collaboration, teamwork, and the ability to motivate outside third parties</li> </ul>
Requirements: <ul> <li>A minimum of a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental science, engineering or other EHS-related technical discipline from an accredited college/university is required</li> <li>A minimum five (5) years of EHS leadership experience with a focus on industrial facility manufacturing</li> <li>Experience in a chemicals manufacturing environment is highly preferred</li> <li>Strong knowledge of, and experience with, major US environmental regulatory and permitting programs addressing employee safety, air quality, wastewater/stormwater discharge, waste management, hazardous chemical management, etc.</li> <li>Experience working with independent standards organizations and certification programs such as ISO 14001, ISO 45001, etc.</li> <li>Professional Engineering License, Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) or similar professional credential(s) are a plus</li> <li>Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to effectively communicate information to a broad range of people and audiences as circumstances dictate</li> <li>Ability to read, analyze and interpret technical reports and regulatory documents/standards, make sound judgments, and offer effective solutions</li> <li>Ability to successfully manage 3rd party consultants, and work in a team environment</li> <li>Must be able to successfully and safely work under various conditions that are commonly experienced within a plant or field environment including (but not limited to) the following: <ul> <li>walking/climbing ladders or stairs to access and observe plant equipment and practices</li> <li>entry/exit of confined or cramped spaces</li> <li>use of various forms of personal protective equipment, including respirators, as required</li> <li>noisy environments</li> <li>hot, cold and other inclement conditions</li> </ul> </li> <li>This is a safety-sensitive position that requires candidates to successfully pass a post-offer drug screening prior to employment. One of the essential job functions is the ability to work in a constant state of alertness and in a safe manner.</li> </ul> <br /> <p><strong>MENTAL &amp; EMOTIONAL REQUIREMENTS</strong></p> <ul> <li><strong>Resilience -</strong>&nbsp;Adapting well in the face of workplace stressors, the ability to work effectively and efficiently in high stress and conflict situations, the ability to remain poised under all circumstances, the ability to maintain regular attendance and be punctual.</li> <li><strong>Communication -</strong>&nbsp;The ability to successfully and professionally express and exchange&nbsp;ideas&nbsp;and meanings with all levels of employees in the organization, the ability to interact appropriately with a variety of individuals including customers/clients, the ability to work as an integral part of a team, ability to interact effectively with people in a positive manner that engenders confidence and trust.</li> <li><strong>Reasoning and decision-making -</strong>&nbsp;The ability to understand, remember and follow verbal and written instructions, the ability to reason logically and make sound decisions.</li> <li><strong>Comprehension -</strong>&nbsp;The ability to complete tasks without direct supervision, the ability to simultaneously address multiple complete problems.</li> <li><strong>Organizational skills -</strong>&nbsp;Ability to multitask without loss of efficiency or accuracy, the ability to work and sustain attention with distractions and interruptions, the ability to perform in situations requiring speed, deadlines or productivity quotas.</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>FUJIFILM Electronics Materials, U.S.A., Inc.,</strong>&nbsp;is part of the Fujifilm family &ndash; a company that has been evolving and transforming for more than 85 years. Fujifilm is focused on four strategic business areas:&nbsp;<em>Advanced Materials</em>, including electronic materials for semiconductor manufacturing;&nbsp;<em>Imaging</em>;&nbsp;<em>Healthcare</em>; and products and services to support&nbsp;<em>Business Innovation</em>. As a global company, Fujifilm has revenues of $21 billion, with 310 group companies and 73,275 employees worldwide.</p>