Environmental Maintenance Technician Manchester, IA Professional


ENVIRONMENTAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
DIRECT HIRE: 27.85/HOUR
HOURS: ROTATING 12 HOURS SHIFTS, 6AM - 6PM, EVERY OTHER WEEKEND
 
LOCATION: MANCHESTER, IA
 
The Environmental Maintenance Technician is responsible for the operation and maintenance of waste water treatment plant, air pollution control equipment (baghouses and scrubbers), and hazardous waste and universal waste manifesting and disposal. You will ensure compliance is maintained with local, state and federal regulatory agencies such as IDNR and EPA, including air permits, RCRA, and NPDES Waste Water Discharge and Storm Water permits.

Operation and maintenance of air pollution control equipment to maintain compliance with NAAQS, NESHAPS, and NSPS requirements.  This includes recording daily pressure differential readings, startup, shutdown and malfunction reporting, maintaining production logs, and conducting opacity checks.  Ensure pollution control equipment operation meets all local, state, and federal air permit requirements.
Operation and maintenance of the waste water treatment facility, including troubleshooting WWT operating problems as they arise.  Conduct preventive maintenance and make minor and major repairs to waste water treatment system.  Ensure compliance with NPDES water quality standards and demonstrate compliance with NPDES waste water treatment discharge permit.
Will be responsible for daily facility related maintenance activities and will be responsible for general/production maintenance activities as needed to support plant production.  
Conduct routine inspections to ensure compliance with RCRA, SWPPP, SPCC and Fire Protection requirements.  Ensure proper handling, labeling, accumulation, disposal, loading and manifesting of hazardous and universal waste in accordance with RCRA.
The Environmental Maintenance Technician must have industrial electrical knowledge, and strong Mechanical abilities. Must be able to troubleshoot and repair electrical and mechanical problems in fast paced, automated manufacturing environment.
Assist with training requirements as required with maintenance, forklifts and all employee personnel by Stryten, DNR, OSHA, etc.
Perform other miscellaneous duties inherent to the job.
Other duties may be assigned as required.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Must direct and guide small groups during shutdowns and when special projects are required. 

RELATIONSHIPS:

May have contact with outside regulatory agencies (IDNR, EPA) as required for compliance in testing for storm water runoff, effluent discharge assessment, and groundwater monitoring.  Will coordinate and execute with delivery personnel to ensure hazardous waste manifest is completed per DOT regulations.  Will supervise the unloading of caustic and ferrous chloride tankers, as needed.

Please email resume to nikki@careerpros.com
 
Please email resume to nikki@careerpros.com
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