- Manages the university wide air emissions compliance program including compliance with state and federal air emissions and GHG regulations.
- Oversees the university's Title V Air Permit implementation requirements including, submitting required regulatory reports, implementing streamlined compliance practices, and advising the university community on compliance requirements for air emissions sources.
- Monitor and manage minor and major modifications to existing permits and new permits for new emissions sources.
- Responsible for completing required state and federal regulatory reports, regulatory notifications, and self-disclosures as needed on behalf of the university.
- Responsible for state, federal, and voluntary greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory tracking and reporting.
- Compiles Harvard's operational and emissions data, and documents compliance with applicable regulatory statutes as needed including National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), New Source Performance Standards (NSPS), Protection of Stratospheric Ozone, Major Source Preconstruction Permitting (PSD) and Nonattainment New Source Review (NSR).
- Support Energy and facilities managers in implementing programs and procedures for ensuring compliance with applicable regulations for fuel fired equipment including boilers, cogeneration units, and emergency generators.
- Develops compliance program requirements and documentation, measurement criteria, and program metrics to assess program performance.
- Develops and maintains environmental databases, compliance plans, procedures, factsheets and other documentation. Designs processes and tools for clients to access Web-based EH&S resources.
- Assists with the development of site-specific environmental management programs, documentation, technical specifications and audit programs for University clients.
- Monitors regulatory changes and proactively works with university stakeholders to implement measures to integrate new or updated regulatory requirements.
- Communicates regulatory requirements to personnel in the University community via direct training programs, direct consultations, webpage documentation, compliance summaries, factsheets and other means.
- Delivers field-related, non-routine support activities including emergency response, inspections/assessments, data gathering/verification, hazard assessments, job safety assessments and field IH/safety monitoring. Conducts investigations and analyses of problem areas, develops corrective action plans for review.
- Develops compliance documentation, reports and EHS management systems including computer based tools, compliance calendars, roles/responsibility matrices, etc.
- Supports the Facilities Safety Committee initiatives providing presentations on EHS programs or other support, as needed. Assists designated schools/departments with committee projects/initiatives.
- Participates with various EHS projects and teams, as needed.
- Assists in the development, delivery and maintenance of training programs, records, databases, and other documentation.
- Provide additional technical and program assistance for related Environmental management disciplines including SPCC, EPCRA, UST or other programs as applicable based on candidate proficiencies.
This individual will manage the university wide air emissions compliance programs in accordance with regulatory requirements and University procedures. Additionally this individual provides a leadership role in the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction goal tracking and regulatory reporting in partnership with the Harvard Office of Sustainability (OFS), and university schools and departments. Will assist with the implementation of additional environmental programs as appropriate. Must have a proven ability to successfully initiate, plan, execute and close complex projects and effectively lead project teams that include senior management staff. Must have excellent behavioral competencies such as a strong customer service and organization skills, an attention to detail and accountability, a bias for action, a high level of integrity, diplomacy, advocacy, self-confidence, and resourcefulness. Participates in cross-functional project teams to provide EH&S services to University customers. Responds to emergencies and participates in 24-hour rotational on-call program.
Salary Grade: 058
Union: 00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary