CMC has an open area environmental manager position that we are seeking qualified candidates for. The position is in the Columbia, SC area with oversight of CMC’s steel manufacturing facility located in Cayce, SC with affiliate operations oversight in a three state area (SC, NC, and VA)
The CHMM review course provides the environmental professional with the knowledge to comply with health, safety, and environmental guidelines. Environmental programs are vital to our public health and safety. Within that field, the management of hazardous materials requires proven and unquestionable skills and competence. Course completion will prepare participants to sit for the CHMM exam.
March 27-29, 2018
8:00 am – 5:00 pm each day
**Proctoring for the CHMM EXAM March 30, 2018**
The Alabama Technology Network (ATN) and the Alabama Society of Hazardous Materials Managers (ASHMM)
On the campus of:
Jefferson State Community College
(Center Point Campus)
Manufacturing Building – Room 230
2601 Carson Road
Birmingham, Alabama 35215
The cost for the three-day course
is $595.00 per person.
Groups of three or more receive a 10% discount (i.e. $535 each)
Registration: Danny Province
For more information about the review course, contact Robert Tomlinson at 256.810.5431;
2018 CHMM Review course (PDF)
Please see the attached resume for Kathryn Mullen. Any help you can provide by dispersing this resume to companies with potential placement will be much appreciated.
Joseph Herman, Environmental Scientist
2701 1st Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35233
“Environmentalist with a passion for conservation education and youth engagement. I hope to gain comprehensive knowledge of forest management plans and opportunities, in order to provide beneficial service to the public and better facilitate our environment.”
Please click to download this resume from one of our NEPA Members, Mr. Aran Parker. He is currently employed in a position, but looking for a new career opportunity. He is looking to stay in the environmental field in industry or possibly consulting. Locations of opportunities preferred within a 60 mile radius of Decatur, AL. Feel free to share.
|Job Title: Energy & Sustainability Manager
Business Unit: GCS – GES
|Reports To: GWS Division Director|
Implementation of Client’s energy and utility management program to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions by reducing energy consumption and supporting Client’s deregulated energy procurement process. Position may include but not be limited to identification, evaluation and implementation of new technologies, optimizing operating and maintenance processes, managing utility budget, identifying and submitting rebate and tax incentives, managing energy related projects, conducting energy awareness and education programs
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Responsible for the delivery of assigned programs on time, within budget and in accordance with the client’s expectations.
- Responsible for identifying and implementing capital and operational energy reduction opportunities, projects and programs for cost savings and energy reduction
- Support Client energy procurement and implementation of new technologies, including renewable energy solutions
- Develop, communicate and implement innovative energy efficiency strategies and standards
- Prepare Statement of Work (SOW) and business cases for energy projects
- Develop, track and manage project expenditures and budgets
- Validate and report savings measurement and verification (M&V) for energy initiatives
- Develops and implements energy training programs, including employee energy education and awareness programs
- Review, validate and correct energy cost/consumption reports.
- Assist with commissioning, re-commissioning and continuous commissioning of equipment
- Assist with establishing, monitoring and reporting progress of energy goals and objectives
- Support water efficiency standards
- As directed, develop and present energy and sustainability status and variance reports and monitor and report on energy use, water use, waste diversion rates and spending trends
- Communicate past, present and future energy plans and performance through formal presentations to account team
- Set work unit and/or project deadlines through understanding of procedures, company policies, and business practices to achieve desired results
- Exhibit excellent written and verbal communication skills and effectively present information
- Have strong organizational and analytical skills
- Provide efficient, timely, reliable and courteous service to customer and respond effectively to sensitive issues
- Exhibit advanced knowledge of financial terms and principles in conducting financial analysis
- Comprehend, analyze, and interpret complex documents using advanced analytical and quantitative skills
- Understand and apply weather and other factors required to normalize energy consumption trends, patterns and associated reports
- Manages internal and external relationships in support of CBRE account team, client and vendor personnel.
- Understands and utilizes GES resources as required to ensure program success.
- Makes presentations to client management team on program design, status and results.
- Other Duties as assigned
- Understanding of the deregulated energy procurement processes, utility rate analysis and special utility contracts.
- Strong understanding and demonstrated expertise with mechanical, HVAC and electrical building systems, building automation systems, load profile programs, lighting control systems, performance analytics, occupancy sensing, intelligent building systems and associated engineering calculations and studies, energy project implementation and Energy Star Portfolio Manager
- Problem solving ability in implementation of energy auditing, energy conservation projects, recommissioning and M&V
- Strong quantitative, program management and budget management skills
- Proven record of providing excellent internal and external customer service; needs to have excellent interpersonal skills as well as be detail oriented; strong leadership/management, verbal and written communication, negotiating and presentation skills
Supervises staff and provides leadership to program teams. Leads by example and models behaviors that are consistent with the company’s values.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Excellent analytical skills required and proficiency with Excel.
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree (BS) in Engineering from four-year college or university preferred. A minimum of five years of directly related experience and/or training.
Certificates and/or Licenses
Certified Energy Manager (CEM) designation
LEED certification a plus
Ability to comprehend, analyze, and interpret business documents. Ability to respond effectively to sensitive issues. Ability to write reports and manuals. Ability to make effective and persuasive presentations on complex topics to employees, clients, top management and/or public groups.
Requires knowledge of financial terms and principles. Ability to analyze business/financial data and develop innovative solutions.
Ability to solve advanced problems and deal with a variety of options in complex situations. Requires strong analytical and quantitative skills.
Other skills and/or abilities
Advanced skills with Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, and intranet/internet.
Working knowledge and understanding of architectural, electrical and mechanical systems.
Decisions made with in-depth understanding and interpretation of procedures, company policies and business practices to achieve complex results.
Environmental Science Adjunct Instructor, University of Montevallo
University of Montevallo is looking for instructors for our Environmental Science general education course.
This course uses scientific principles to explore the interdisciplinary study of socio-ecological systems. Students develop a knowledge base of our biological and physical environment, leading to an exploration of human interactions with the environment. Using lectures, laboratory exercises, and fieldwork, students learn to understand environmental issues and make informed choices regarding environmental dilemmas. Topics include earth and biological systems, population dynamics, land and water use, energy resources, pollution, and global change.
The course meets for lecture 2.5 hours per week for 16 weeks per semester (which can be broken into 1, 2, or 3 days per week), with an additional weekly 2-hour lab section that will ideally be taught during daylight hours, as the labs are often outside. Minimum qualifications include a Master’s Degree in Environmental Science or a related field. We are seeking instructors for Fall of 2018, and we would prefer to get a commitment in January/February of 2018, as we decide on course offerings for the Fall at that time. Interested individuals should submit their CV at https://jobs.montevallo.edu/pools/2881 and email Dr. Susan Caplow at firstname.lastname@example.org.