Lennar is looking for an outstanding candidate for our Regional Environmental Manager opportunity. This person will be responsible for the ongoing implementation and management of the Lennar Environmental Management System (LEMS).
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Provide oversight and resources to ensure that the divisions within the region implement Lennar’s Environmental Management System (LEMS), which includes storm water management, air quality compliance, spill prevention control and countermeasures (SPCC), and environmental due diligence modules.
- Have working knowledge with the form, content and implementation of Air Quality Regulations, NPDES General Construction Permit and Construction Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans as they apply to the region.
- Familiar with the wetlands permitting protocols, endangered species regulations as they relate to construction, and Phase I environmental site assessment requirements.
- Develop, coordinate, and provide LEMS training for Division Environmental Managers and division associates throughout the region. Training will include procedural and technical aspects of managing compliance related to the LEMS.
- Assist Division Presidents in implementing the LEMS on a divisional level.
- Provide LEMS component direction and guidance to the region’s Division Environmental Managers.
- Direct and coordinate LEMS Environmental Management Reviews/Audits for the region and in accordance with company policy. Develop and train the environmental management review team, coordinate the audits, interpret findings, assemble and present the results and recommendations to management.
- Be proficient in the correct use of Best Management Practices required for air and stormwater quality (NPDES) programs.
- Achieve a consistent quality standard throughout the region in meeting regulatory agency requirements for dust control and storm water run off.
- Assist General Counsel’s office when legal issues arise related to the LEMS.
- Provide assistance and coordinate post construction record retention for LEMS related documents.
- Attend training courses and seminars as needed to keep completely up to date on inspection protocols, storm water runoff, air quality, and wetlands permitting issues.
- Attend water quality control board and/or air quality management district hearings when the need for representation arises.
- Interact and build working relationships with regulatory agencies including local municipalities, state and federal environmental protection agency, local air quality management districts, and state and regional water quality control boards as needed.
- Travel to divisions within the region required.
- Strive to reduce liability of regulatory notices of violation and subsequent future litigation, penalties, and fines.
- Timely and accurate reporting to corporate and division level management.
- Communicate and interpret information from regulatory reports and technical data with Regional President, Regional Vice-Presidents and Division Presidents.
- Create a sense of pride of quality workmanship, service and delivering the American dream of secure and quality homeownership.#LI-ML1
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
- Four years minimum experience with soils related discipline and/or erosion control.
- College degree in agriculture, civil or environmental management/engineering, geology, geography, soil science, natural resource management or a related field is preferred. Previous work experience will be considered.
- Certified as a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC), Certified Professional in Stormwater Quality (CPSWQ) or qualified to take the exam
- Strong understanding of construction practices desired.
- Strong group presentation skills required.
- Working knowledge of laws and regulations relating to the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, and local air quality regulations are required.
- Must have strong computer, writing, communication, and organizational skills; Detail oriented.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Power Point and Excel is required.
- Professional and positive attitude is required to interact with all division personnel and/or regulatory agencies.
- Valid Drivers License.
At CalAtlantic, we value every individual’s perspective and contribution. We are dedicated to creating a diverse environment where people can share their own backgrounds, experiences, perspectives, and ideas. CalAtlantic is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and treats all individuals fairly and in accordance with all applicable laws. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package while creating a collaborative working environment.
Except where prohibited, all employment is conditioned upon a satisfactory investigation into a candidate’s suitability. This may include a candidate’s work and criminal history. While applicants are not asked about criminal history at the initial application stage, a criminal background check may be conducted at the conditional offer stage, and may be considered where relevant and job related in CalAtlantic’s opinion, and consistent with applicable law. A conditional offer of employment will not automatically be revoked because of a conviction, and a variety of factors will be considered. Candidates who receive a conditional offer will be required to pass a drug screen conducted in accordance with applicable law. CalAtlantic reserves the right to revoke any conditional offer of employment.