Per Se Group is working with one of our clients, a leading electric generation company, to idenntify a top-notch Compliance Director. Responsible for the support of the company operating assets (and assets in development) and compliance with all applicable Environmental (e.g., air, water, waste), Health & Safety (“EHS”) and other regulations including NERC. This position will provide leadership and support to the VP- Operations and site Management teams and will manage site EHS Coordinators and corporate Compliance Manager
- Fleetwide implementation of compliance strategies, programs, policies, and standards.
- Forecasts, strategizes, formulates, and designs the company’s environmental, health, safety and regulatory programs, and works with indirect reports to implement the programs.
- Monitor Compliance with Federal, State, and local EHS regulations (including NERC).
- Provides support and oversite to EHS Coordinators and plant managers in government audits for EHS and regulatory (NERC) compliance.
- Review and approve/reject proposed updates to DGCOPS EHS standards to ensure they meet local, state, and federal rules, regulations and industry agreed upon best practices.
- Collects, analyzes, and identifies trends based on injury and illness data, and recommends and/or implements corrective action to improve the environmental, health and safety record, and reduce injury rates and worker's compensation costs for DGC Operations, LLC.
- Supports implementation of environmental regulatory compliance using corporate standards and guidelines.
- Oversee the implementation and ongoing activities in key programs such as Ergonomic, Electrical Safety, Lock-Out/Tag-Out (LOTO), and Personnel safety through Standards implementation.
- Develop, implement, and maintain learning management system (including compliance, O&M and Safety related training) for the DGCOPS fleet.
Preferred Skills & Expertise
- Minimum 10 years’ experience in EHS, preferably in the power generation industry.
- BS Degree or higher, preferably in Engineering or Science. May look at experience in lieu of degree and professional EHS certification (SCP, CHMM, CIH, REM, etc.). Other certification a plus: CSHO, CSP, CESCO, CUSP, Human Performance Improvement, Root Cause Investigation (RCI or ERM
- Working knowledge of federal, state, and local regulations pertaining to EHS preferred and knowledge of California Energy Commission (CEC) and California Public Utility Commission (CPUC) regulations and demonstrated knowledge/experience working with air quality management districts and state air resource boards such as CARB
- Membership in American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE).
- Must be willing to travel to other sites and other locations as directed up to 25- 50%.