Ryder System Environmental Engineer - REMOTE in Seattle, Washington
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The Environmental Project Engineer is responsible for reducing operational costs and controlling long-term environmental costs, ensuring regulatory compliance, supporting operational initiatives, and reducing risk.
REMOTE work from HOME
Manage Fuel Storage Tank Projects:
Direct activities of contractors, Consultants, Project managers and suppliers necessary to complete new fuel tank installations, upgrades and removals cost effectively and in compliance with Ryder & regulatory requirements
Manage projects consistent with Ryder accounting, financial reporting guidelines and to achieve maximum reimbursement from State Trust Fund Reimbursement programs
Supervise environmental cleanup projects:
Provide management & technical expertise to internal and external customers related to property clean-up & remediation projects, drainage and subsurface investigations
Prepare capital budgets, scope of work and proposal documents associated with Capital and Environmental Reserve projects. Manage supplier recruitment, competitive bidding & selection processes for services related to environmental consulting, contracting and laboratory services necessary to complete project management
Oversee routine repair and maintenance or Ryder fueling infrastructure to minimize long term costs and extend useful life fuel and oil tank systems
Research storage tank regulations to ensure compliance with federal, state and local environmental regulations
Provide environmental technical support and solutions to FMS field organization. Support maintenance initiatives - DEF, automated fueling, alternative fuels
Perform Phase I & II Real Estate Site Assessments to support Ryder's due diligence associated with property and company acquisitions identify and manage environmental conditions incident to acquisition/occupancy
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree Engineering or Geological Sciences.
Master's degree Related field preferred.
Five (5) years or more experience in facility site and building plan designs, project budgeting, permitting processes, bid processes, contractor management, contract administration , overall project management in a national or regional operating environment
Five (5) years or more experience must include familiarity with A/A forms and procedures, contractor performance and payment bonds and contractor warranty performance
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent organizational skills.
Detail oriented with excellent follow-up practices
Ability to create and maintain professional relationships within all levels of the organization (peers, work groups, customers, supervisors).
Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
Flexibility to operate and self-driven to excel in a fast-paced environment.
Capable of multi-tasking, highly organized, with excellent time management skills.
Familiarity with Transportation and Environmental Laws impacting the Transportation and fueling industry ; beginner level.
Other Registered professional or environmental engineer, preferred.
Job Category: Environmental Health and Safety
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