Manager – Environmental Compliance

Website Ferrovial Construction

Job Description:


The Environmental Compliance Manager (ECM) is responsible for overall environmental compliance of the project. The ECM will monitor, document, and report the status of environmental compliance and verify monthly reporting requirements for the Project. The ECM will report directly to the project CEO and work with the Department of Transportation on any environmental compliance issues.


  • Obtain environmental government approvals, such as USACE 404 permits, NEPA Approvals, and Georgia Stream Buffer Variance permits.
  • Lead, supervise and manage environmental aspects during the detailed design and construction
  • Calculate environmental impact and track maintenance of Environmental Management Systems
  • Develop and implement a Comprehensive Environmental Protection Program and supervise environmental inspection staff
  • Prepare the technical documents for submission to the Owner in support of Owner lead permit applications and environmental approvals.
  • Review the Bill of Quantities (BOQ) with the support of external design consultants for accuracy and completeness.
  • Proactive management, participation and defense in meetings and contacts with the Owner or other agencies related to environmental issues and NEPA Reevaluation processes.
  • Prepare partial designs and conduct verification calculations within the scope of expertise to help in the design management
  • Help develop and decide about possible technical alternatives that achieve a more sustainable proposal.
  • Conduct necessary reviews and research to identify appropriate solutions or controls to minimize environmental risk and impacts.
  • Coordinate with Developer for the environmental surveillance plans and monitoring.
  • Teach organization members about the environmental impact measures.
  • Develop research and innovation projects related to environmental issues.
  • Prepare and implement required training and education programs.
  • Interact with the public as required in order to transmit information regarding environmental measures and impacts.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university in field related to Environmental Science
  • At least 10 years of environmental control and compliance experience in related industry required
  • Experience with implementing a CEPP with environmental mitigation plan and personal protection training required
  • Experience with developing and managing a storm water pollution prevention plan consistent with NPDES Construction General Permit (GAR1000002)Familiar with industry codes, OSHA, 401, 404, ASTEM E 1527-05, etc.
  • Ability to conduct audits and field inspections to ensure complianceCertifications in OSHA 30 Hour, ASTM Phase I, ASTM Phase II, Wetland Delineation and Certified Environmental Inspector (CEI) strongly preferred.

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