OGE Energy Corp Air Quality Coordinator in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Air Quality Coordinator
Provides technical expertise, guidance and overall support to OG&E in complying with federal, state and local air quality regulations. Coordinates and contributes technically to challenging air quality compliance assurance, permitting and related compliance projects for OG&E. Serves as technical professional for interfacing with air quality regulatory agencies and other parties and is responsible for maintaining effective working relationships with key stakeholders.
Responsible for air permitting and compliance for all existing and future projects to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations.
Responsible for submitting and maintaining required monitoring reports and data requests (excluding 40 CFR Part 75 reports).
Analyzes governmental orders on inspection deficiencies and recommends corrective measures to the facilities and reports appropriate action information to agencies.
Works with external consultants in the development of permit applications and air quality studies.
Works with Federal and State regulatory agencies in negotiating permit conditions and other compliance issues.
Responsible for communicating with management, affected personnel and state and federal regulators to ensure compliance.
In conjunction with OGE Energy Corp, administers the division wide collection of privileged and confidential information pertaining to air quality environmental compliance issues within restrictive time limits (i.e., 30 days).
Analyzes the impact of air emissions on existing air quality.
Performs environmental audits of air activities at affected facilities.
Presents testimony at administrative hearings.
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering (i.e. Chemical/Environmental), Physical Science (i.e. Chemistry/ Physics, Environmental Science, etc.), or Mathematics combined with Three (3) years' experience in an electric utility, industrial facility, or a regulatory agency with exposure to an electric utility; or (in lieu of BS Degree) a registered P.E. combined with Three (3) years' experience in an electric utility, industrial facility, or a regulatory agency with exposure to an electric utility to include Environmental or Chemical Engineering experience.
RELOCATION ASSISTANCE IS NOT AUTHORIZTED FOR THIS POSITION Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of and ability to interpret complex air quality regulations.
Knowledge utilizing the most commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within the fields of environmental science and/or chemistry.
Ability to communicate effectively in speech and writing.
Ability to interact effectively and professionally with team members, leaders, and customers.
Ability to multi-task, prioritize and meet deadlines while managing multiple projects and assignments as required by workload.
Ability to understand and comply with company policies and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
Ability to understand systems and processes.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Computer skills with proficiency MS-Office Suite (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and company software (e.g., SAP).
Ability to adjust and adapt across various working conditions and evolving business needs.
May require travel.
Use of personal vehicle may be required for travel.
Work in small- enclosed areas, high places, noisy and dusty conditions, and wear personal protective equipment.
Required to work with multi-craft crews and other groups who work together to support operations of the plant.
May be required to work non-standard schedules.
Work independently under stressful conditions.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
75,000.00 - 93,000.00 USD