Job Title: Engineer Gas Manager
Job Code: GW-09112314192448
Salary Range: DOE
Job Location: AZ--
City: Phoenix    State: AZ
I. Job Summary This position reports directly to the Area Director of Landfill Operations and indirectly to the Corporate Director Gas Operations. This position manages: landfill gas collection and control system (GCCS) operations, capital budget planning and dispersal, regulatory compliance, and will provide oversight of and support to Area landfill gas field Technicians and Gas Operations Supervisor(s). Proven engineering knowledge and aptitude for GCCS design, construction and system operations is required, along with an understanding of state and federal regulations, which impact GCCS design and operations. This position will implement company-wide training programs, directives, policies and procedures related to GCCS design, construction, operations, and maintenance within a defined geographic area of coverage (i.e., Area). II. Essential Duties and Responsibilities To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Other minor duties may be assigned. Manages landfill construction projects from overseeing the preparation of construction plans to final approval. Tasks will include managing consultants, contractors and budgets, preparation of bid documents, bid letting, contract administration, coordinating contractors, construction quality assurance firms, and materials order and delivery. Plan, organize and manage capital projects for the GCCS design, construction, and operations within a defined geographic area of coverage. Under senior management direction, work toward predetermined goals and objectives such as implementing standards relating to environmental protection regarding the control and management of landfill gas within a defined geographic area of coverage (i.e., Area level). Participate in the planning and engineering design strategy and approval of the operating and capital budget for GCCS as well as procurement and distribution of landfill gas (LFG) conveyance equipment and materials. Direct and manage internal and external (consultant or contractor) company resources. Manage asset development within the defined geographic area of coverage including: GCCS installation/modifications, compliance monitoring testing and reporting, program development, change, LFG program optimization, and site and personnel reviews. Organize and execute routine communications with Area and Corporate management regarding both significant development projects as well as to ensure compliance and consistency with companywide GCCS and air quality programs. Participate in communication with local, state, or national internal and external stakeholders to discuss program or project objectives that meet the company's objectives of optimizing GCCS operations, ensuring environmental protection or performance, and reducing compliance costs to the field. Support: Air Program, Legal, Environmental Protection (EP) Managers in responding to and resolving any regulatory issues pertaining to LFG/GCCS operations. Possess interpersonal skills, including ability to assure acceptance of company-wide standards, leadership, motivational, and social skills. Engages, directs, and manages professional consulting firms that perform a variety of work tasks at solid waste facilities, such as preparing permit applications and construction plans, conducting site monitoring, preparing regulatory submittals, etc. Will be responsible for final work product. Actively manages and tracks capital budgets for engineering and construction projects and reports to local management and corporate using Company procedures. III. Supervisory Responsibilities The highest level of supervisory skills required in this job is the management of supervisory employees. This includes: Direct supervision of some full-time employees, including landfill gas Technicians - Levels I & II, and Gas Operations Supervisor(s). Indirect supervision of some full-time employees and contractors. IV. Qualifications The requirements listed below are representative of the qualifications necessary to perform the job. A. Education and Experience Education: bachelor's degree with an emphasis engineering. Experience: Five (5) years of relevant work experience in area of engineering and/or construction specializing in GCCS design, construction, and/or operations (in addition to education requirement). B. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations or Other Requirements Valid and unrestricted driver's license C. Other Knowledge, Skills or Abilities Required Excellent written and verbal English communication skills (unless in Canadian provinces) Proven technical project management skills. Immediate knowledge and aptitude for GCCS design, construction and system operations. Complete understanding of state and federal regulations, which impact GCCS design and operations. Ability to optimize the performance of GCCS. Thorough familiarity with the operation of landfill gas collection and combustion devices and the ability to troubleshoot this equipment remotely. Advanced computer skills (i.e., email, web browser, Microsoft - Excel and Word) Excellent mechanical and technical skills/aptitude V. Work Environment Listed below are key points regarding environmental demands and work environment of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.