Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.

  • Construction Environmental Compliance Coordinator

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    Civil - Site Development
  • Overview

    As a Construction Environmental Compliance Coordinator (ECC) for Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc., (CEC) you’ll be representing our company and our clients on different kinds of construction sites ensuring contractors are installing storm water, water and sewer pipes, erosion control and grading and crossing measures per our design standards and permit requirements.

    The physical demands that are essential functions of the job include, but not limited to, frequently standing or driving multiple hours at a time; work in adverse weather conditions; and occasionally required to sit, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Additional demands include ability to frequently lift and/or move 35 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds. The noise level of the work environment is usually on a project or construction site and is often loud. 


    • 2-5 years in the construction and oil and gas industry;
    • Ability to accurately read and comprehend construction plans/drawings and permit requirements
    • During construction and post-construction the ECC is the primary environmental point of contact for the engineering team, project site supervisors and lead environmental inspectors (EIs).  The ECC has the authority to stop activities that violate the environmental conditions of the FERC Certificate, state and Federal environmental permit conditions or requirements, or landowner requirements

    • Understands Project Owner’s specific guidance documents and work practices and ensures that the guidance is implemented in the field.
    • Participates in corrective actions, as necessary, to bring an activity or project back into compliance.
    • Receives, reviews, files reports from EIs including FERC reports, regulatory inspections, E&S inspection forms, training records, etc.
    • Completes Construction Self Assessments to review compliance on projects.
    • Ensures EIs are implementing their responsibilities.
    • Participates in or facilitates environmental training for the project.
    • Facilitates/Coordinates Permit/Plan transition meetings and reviews.
    • Notifies regulatory agencies of spills upon notification by Lead EI or Project Site Supervisor in accordance with the Owner’s Environmental Services guidance documents.
    • Participates as lead for regulatory agency inspections.
    • Participates in internal environmental audits and follow up as assigned.
    • Participates in root cause analysis and meetings to review all non‐compliances and corrective actions and provide updated training as defined in root cause analysis.
    • Reviews weekly, bi‐weekly, or monthly report for submittal to Certificates for submittal to FERC as applicable.
    • Reviews contractor‐requested variance requests or permit modification requests for compliance with environmental requirements, and works with permitting staff to prepare permit modifications.
    • Enters incidents in project owner’s incident reporting system.
    • Coordinates waste characterization and disposal in cooperation with project owner’s Waste Team.
    • Field responsibilities:
    • Participates in proper planning of hydrostatic test discharges.
    • Planning includes the discharge set‐up, methods, discharge rate, determination of sample collection location, etc. to ensure a compliant test.
    • Reinforce EI authority to stop a discharge that is not in compliance (i.e. observation of a sheen, noncompliant field measurement, etc.).
    • Ensure field has proper equipment and training in the proper use of field equip for temp, pH, dissolved oxygen, etc.
    • Coordinate with laboratory for hydrostatic discharge sampling.
    • Make proper notifications in accordance with permit conditions.
    • Complete discharge monitoring reports.
    • Any changes to the site limits of disturbance, stream crossing methods, wetland impacts, or changes to horsepower of compressor units or control equipment must be reported to the environmental permitting team, as these changes may require permit modifications or FERC variance requests.
    • Strong math skills with the ability to verify and check contract quantitates/costs related to contract pay application;
    • Ability to scale and measure distances accurately;
    • Able to speak and write professionally;
    • Detail oriented;
    • Valid state driver’s license.

    About Us

    CEC offers big firm opportunities with a small firm culture. We understand the importance of professional growth and offer career advancement and leadership opportunities. You will have the opportunity to work on diverse projects providing high quality services to our clients. Join our team where your contribution matters.


    CEC is an EEO employer – M/F/Veterans/Disabled.


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