Division Environmental Manager

Job ID
2018-3823
Category
Operations
Location
Orlando, FL

Overview

Be a part of CalAtlantic Group, Inc. where building the dream of home from coast to coast is our mission. Our culture is established from great leadership and dynamic teams across the country, driven to become the preferred builder of choice for customers, employees and shareholders. As the nation’s fourth largest residential homebuilder, CalAtlantic Homes proudly operates in 19 states serving 43 major markets. As a talented organization with a long proven history of success, CalAtlantic provides you the opportunity to join this outstanding team in the new homebuilding industry.

 

Assist division’s associates with the implementation of the Environmental Management System (LEMS) with emphasis on the storm water, air quality, and wetlands, modules. Regularly interact with the Regional Environmental Manager (REM), regulatory agencies, and division associates. Assist division’s associates with the implementation of the Environmental Management System (LEMS) with emphasis on the storm water, air quality, and wetlands, modules. Regularly interact with the Regional Environmental Manager (REM), regulatory agencies, and division associates.

 

Responsibilities

Responsibilities will include:

  • Ensure the division’s implementation of the LEMS including the stormwater, air quality, environmental due diligence, and Spill Prevention Control, & Countermeasures (SPCC) modules
  • Possess working knowledge with the form, content and implementation of air quality regulations, the State General Construction Permit, Construction Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans and best management practices
  • Interact with the Regional Environmental Manager on a regular basis
  • Regularly interact with and assist division associates to achieve SPCC, storm water and air quality regulatory compliance
  • Assist division with the development, preparation, implementation, and updating of the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
  • Ensure that the SWPPP and dust control plans are implemented within each of the division’s communities
  • Assist in the preparation and processing of the SWPPP, Notice of Intent, Notice of Termination, and Notice of Change for each project requiring coverage under a stormwater construction general permit
  • Review SWPPP prior use in the community.  Assist the REM with Content and Adequacy Audits of new SWPPPs, modify SWPPP to meet requirements, and report results to the REM for presentation to division management
  • Assist the REM with SWPPP Implementation audits, documentation of associated corrective actions, and reporting of results
  • Coordinate and document LEMS training for associates and trade partners
  • Coordinate and deliver the division’s procedural LEMS program orientation and training to project management team including field associates
  • Assist area managers/construction managers with storm water, air quality issues and safety matters
  • Regulatory agency interaction as needed
  • Attend related training courses and seminars suggested by the Regional Environmental Manager
  • Coordinate and ensure the archiving of community SWPPP’s with the Regional Environmental Manager
  • Provide surveillance for safety hazards in the division office, construction office/trailer, and at the construction site
  • Conduct random construction site and office safety inspections
  • Regularly discuss safety matters with division and community safety coordinators
  • Be available to conduct walk through during OSHA inspections and document inspections
  • Report injuries and/or accidents that occur on property
  • Participate in the division safety committee meetings
  • Advise and assist the community safety coordinators with the maintenance of safety equipment and safety related documentation
  • Strive to reduce liability of regulatory citations and subsequent future litigation, penalties and fines
  • Local travel to communities within the division required
  • Create a sense of pride and quality of workmanship, service, and delivering the American Dream of secure and quality home ownership
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Qualifications

Candidates will need to meet the following qualifications:

  • Four (4) - six (6) years’ experience in construction technology, environmental management/engineering, industrial hygiene, or related field experience
  • High School diploma or GED required
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Basic computer knowledge
  • Must have working knowledge of laws and regulations relating to SWPPP’s, storm water runoff, air quality and safety
  • Safety related certifications a plus
  • Must complete 30 OSHA outreach training within 120 days of hire
  • Must obtain basic first aid certification within 120 days of hire
  • Must have strong writing and organizational skills; Detail oriented
  • Professional and positive attitude is required to deal with all division personnel and/or regulatory agencies
  • High degree of construction knowledge
  • Accept constructive feedback
  • Team player with strong work ethic

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