KERAMIDA Inc. is seeking motivated, qualified and skilled staff in wetlands, storm water and natural resource permitting associated with construction activity, in order to ensure construction projects run smoothly according to all applicable regulatory requirements. The ability to communicate clearly and succinctly, both orally and in writing is critical to succeed in this position. The desired candidate must have a high-level of experience and technical knowledge necessary to write permits and perform environmental inspections. In particular, the Environmental and Natural Resource Permitter will prepare permit and plan documents for a wide variety of construction projects, primarily associated with an electric and gas utility. Specifically, these will include stormwater construction permits, wetlands (401/404) permits, stormwater pollution prevention plans (SWPPPs), environmental construction plans and related documents.
Successful applicants must have a college degree in Natural Resources, Environmental Engineering or similar degree. Must have two (2) to five (5) years experience in Environmental and Natural Resource permitting. Certification as a Licensed Professional Engineer and a Certified Professional in Erosion & Sediment Control (CPESC) is a plus. Experience in utility construction generally and gas pipeline construction specifically is a plus.
Works in Columbus, Ohio.
Performs work in accordance with KERAMIDA’s safety policies and procedures.
Manages submittals and interacts professionally with the regulatory authorities while maintaining the objectives, interests, and budget of the project.
Assures prompt and direct compliance reporting and/or actions to resolve concerns in a satisfactory and timely manner.
Prepares Permit Applications for Stormwater – Construction, Wetlands, and related activities.
Prepares Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans, Environmental Construction Plans.
Operates a motor vehicle to assist in carrying out inspections.
Inspects for compliance with approved permits, plans and regulations.
Maintains accurate records of time spent on site, completing reports and mileage for billing/reimbursement by Client.
Requires a Natural Resources or related Science degree.
Requires two (2) to five (5) years experience as an Environmental and Natural Resource Permitter.
Must be proficient in federal, state & local regulations; types of permitting; permitting application requirements for construction activity, industrial activity, and municipalities.
Ability to effectively communicate technical information, orally and in writing, in a professional manner to contractors.
Must be physically capable of moving about construction work sites.
Job Type: Full-time
Environmental and Natural Resource Permitting: 2 years (Required)
This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:
Dependable -- more reliable than spontaneous
People-oriented -- enjoys interacting with people and working on group projects
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