Northrop Grumman Environmental Engineer in Clearfield, Utah
Environmental, Health & Safety
Discover careers that change the world and further advancements in defense, technology, and engineering today at Northrop Grumman. Use your experience to grow your career and support our global customers with the technology, systems, and solutions they need to enable their missions on the front lines and secure our world every day. With Northrop Grumman, you'll discover a culture built on diversity, respect, and above all teamwork. Together with our group of experts across the technical spectrum, you'll discover opportunities to make a difference in our world and start solving some of the world's most critical problems in the most innovative ways.
The primary responsibilities will be to provide technical services to the US Air Force and other Department of Defense customers who use the Water Quality and Storage Tank Modules of Northrop Grumman's product Air Program Information Management System (APIMS).
APIMS and its modules are a management tool used to comply with all aspects of the Clean Air Act, Storage Tanks, Water Quality, Facility Power, and Refrigerant Management regulations at 200 industrial facilities. Assistance is provided remotely, and on-site, with travel expected 25% of the time.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Develops, administers and implements environmental programs in accordance with governmental requirements including Air Force Instructions, Manuals and Pamphlets
Monitors pollution prevention activities, compliance and auditing efforts
Conducts studies and prepares environmental impact reports for new construction projects, plant processes and permit changes
Reviews and analyzes environmental documentation issued by the federal EPA, state and local regulatory agencies and Public Treatment facilities
Determines impact on DoD operations and publishes compliance strategies and requirements
Evaluates proposed regulations to determine financial, industrial, public and environmental impact. Interacts with federal, state and local regulators to resolve compliance issues; establishes permit requirements and assists in EPA, state and local regulatory audits
Where DoD installation exist outside of the Continental United States (OCONUS) provide strategies and support to comply with existing Host Nation Agreements, and propose updates as needed,
Represents company in government and industry rule-making activities
Job Category : Environmental, Health & Safety