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Environmental Analyst II - Sr (Power Generation)

Entergy Corporation - Little Rock, AR

Environmental Analyst II - Sr (Power Generation)

Entergy

Little Rock

AR

Job #661547214

Environmental Analyst II - Sr (Power Generation)

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Date:

May 8, 2018

Location:

Little Rock, AR, US

Company:

Entergy

This position may be filled as an Analyst II, III or Sr. depending on the qualification level of the applicant

JOB SUMMARY/PURPOSE:

The central responsibility of this position is to serve as the air media lead for the Arkansas environmental support office. This office provides environmental support to Entergy’s Arkansas power generation fleet, including two coal-fired facilities, three gas-fired facilities, and two hydroelectric facilities. The incumbent will track environmental regulatory developments, maintain appropriate permits, prepare required reports, and work in partnership with other analysts and facility personnel to assist in ensuring regulatory compliance, and develop action plans to close gaps, where necessary.

JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

Prepare and submit appropriate air permit applications including Title V permit renewal and modification applications for Arkansas power generation facilities

Review and/or prepare require air regulatory reports for Arkansas power generation facilities, including Annual Compliance Certification (ACC) reports, Semi-Annual Monitoring (SAM) reports, Excess Emission and monitoring system performance Reports (EER), and annual Emission Inventory (EI) reports

Track and maintain working knowledge of current and pending federal and Arkansas environmental regulatory developments affecting air emissions from electric utility generators. Analyze proposed and newly-adopted environmental laws, regulations and policies and develop written comments to agencies in order to influence outcomes. Communicate and distribute concise, timely, and accurate summaries of these developments to Power Generation management and employees.

Serve as primary liaison between Entergy Power Generation and Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) Office of Air staff

Represent Entergy in ADEQ regulatory development and stakeholder processes

Provide accurate and timely support to Arkansas power generation management and personnel on air issues

Develop and maintain tools to assist power generation personnel in maintaining compliance with air regulatory requirements

Maintain Environmental Support budget

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Minimum education required of the position

Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering or other science-related field from an accredited college or university, or equivalent work experience

Minimum experience required of the position

Analyst II: 0- 2 years' experience handling environmental compliance activities

Analyst III: at least 3 - 5 years' experience handling environmental compliance activities

Analyst Sr: at least 5- 6 years' experience handling environmental compliance activities

Minimum knowledge, skills and abilities required of the position

Applicant must be physically able to conduct field environmental investigations of sites where access may be restricted due to debris accumulations

Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)

Ability to prioritize and manage multiple work tasks simultaneously

Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively in a team setting

Strong attention to details

Strong analytical skills

Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills

Self starter and requires little or no supervision

Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite of products

Excellent organizational skills, ability to organize and prioritize work

Ability to work effectively on multiple assignments

Flexible and able to adjust to changing priorities

Willing and able to perform other unrelated duties as required and learn new processes and technologies

Knowledge of power generation fundamentals a plus

Basic understanding of the federal Clean Air Act, Arkansas Air Program, and associated permitting and reporting requirements as they apply to industrial facilities

Ability to build/maintain effective relationships with regulatory agencies and external peers

DESIRED:

Experience with complex air programs, including Title V, New Source Review (NSR), Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD), Regional Haze, Ozone-Depleting Substances (ODS), Asbestos, and long-range transport

Understanding of air dispersion models and their application to environmental permitting, planning, and regulatory development

Ability to understand and communicate complex rules and regulations

Knowledge of power generation fundamentals

Excellent communication, leadership, and writing skills, and the ability to work effectively on customer-oriented and team-driven assignments

Ability to manage multiple projects to successful completion

Any certificates, licenses, etc. required for the position

None

WORKING CONDITIONS

Office environment with minimal physical requirements. Available to work periodic overtime. As a provider of essential services, Entergy expects its employees to be available to work additional hours, to work in alternate locations, and/or to perform additional duties in connection with storms, outages, emergencies, or other situations as deemed necessary by the company. Exempt employees may not be paid overtime associated with such duties

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Primary Location:

Arkansas-Little Rock

Job Function

:All Other Jobs

FLSA Status

:Professional

Relocation Option:

Approved in accordance with the Entergy guidelines

Union description/code

:NON BARGAINING UNIT-NBU

Number of Openings

:1

Req ID:

79324

Travel Percentage

:Up to 25%

Nearest Major Market:

Little Rock

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Environmental Analyst II - Sr (Power Generation) Entergy Corporation - Little Rock, AR, United States

   

Location: Little Rock, AR

Company Profile:
We suffered an employee fatality in 2012 and a contractor fatality in 2013. In 2012, employee lost-time injuries increased over 2011. This safety performance is devastating. We are working to build greater safety awareness and a stronger safety culture. Achieving an accident-free work environment for our employees and contractors remains a top priority.