Industrial Process Expert/Inspector

Edison, NJ
11/23/2021
Edison, NJ
21.01 
21.01 
Industrial Process Expert/Inspector
ID:SNJ-110Location:EdisonProgram:SEE
Wage/Hr:$21.01Hours/Week:40Minimum Age:55
Qualifications:

Minimum of 10 year(s) of experience in Chemistry or related experience OR BA/BS Degree in Chemistry or related degree Previously completed training in database utilization and maintenance.

  • Experience required with MS Word, WordPerfect, Excel, SharePoint, Copying Machine
Duties:

The individual will support the Section Chief and staff in the areas of inspection targeting, conducting inspections, analyzing the materials submitted by the company?s inspected and the development of the inspection report. The program areas are the Clean Water Act, Emergency Response and Planning and t he Communi t y Right to Know Act. (EPCRA). A knowledge of chemical processes is needed as well as experience in industry. The individual will provide feedback on progress and conditions at operating facilities who are in the process of correcting violations of EPA statutes. In addition, the individual will support the Section Chief and staff in the area of database management generating reports and analyzing data. The individual will function independently once assignments have been given and will offer recommendations on improvements to the inspections systems and protocols currently in place

  • Provide input on chemical information and chemical reactions supplied by regulated facilities. Have a knowledge of chemistry and chemical reactions and offer an opinion on issues of plant safety.   25%
  • Conduct inspections at operating facilities, discuss matters of compliance or noncompliance with the Section Chief and provide input on a determination of compliance or non- compliance with the EPA regulations   40%
  • Review documentation supplied by the regulated facilities in response to formal information request issued in response to oil and chemical releases   25%
  • Provide database support in targeting and tracking measures and matrices. This is not data entry but data analysis and generating reports. Provide input on improvements   10%

Other:
  • The enrollee will take mandatory Health & Safety training as well as program specific training needed to become a credential inspector
  • The new hire may not be familiar with some EPA systems ? for example, Fed Talent - the site where inspector training is taken online. We would familiarize the new hire with any new or unfamiliar systems or databases
  • Overnight travel: 2-3 days per month
  • Air travel anticipated: 2-3 times a year
  • Rental cars: Once per month
  • Health Safety Training: Basic Inspector Training 24 Hour Health & Safety Course Annual 8 hour health & safety refreshers Program specific training on the Clean Water Act regulations On the Job Training with a senior, credentialed inspector
  • Health and Safety Considerations: the training will be taken in a combination of in person and online training and the Regional H&S Officer will sign off before the new hire goes into the field.
  • none
  • No exposure is anticipated, and training will be provided on what situations are to be availed. However, unexpected upsets can happen during facility walk-throughs ? and inspectors are always accompanied by safety trained facility staff.
  • Required Safety Gear: Hard hat, steel toed shoes, safety glasses, a reflective vest, and flame retardant shirts
  • Safety Gear Use: All inspections

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