Lighthouse Professional Services
Summary: Individual familiar with EPA and ideally CT and / or NY air emissions compliance. Able to travel to field locations and work in or around construction activities. Strong communicator able to distill complex issues to management as well as field technicians. Detail oriented professional able to work with minimal supervision. This position is responsible for the following: Tracks New York and Connecticut air permit compliance as well as regulatory compliance on a monthly basis. Submits annual and semi-annual reporting of emissions. Maintains facility documentation demonstrating compliance with Title V regulations. Submits Greenhouse (GHG) gas reporting, EPA’s Subpart W. Ensures New York facilities operate within compliance of NYSDEC Part 203 air regulations. Maintains facility documentation demonstrating compliance with APU regulations. Supports company initiatives to reduce methane emissions and communicates these efforts to outside agencies and industry groups. Collaborates with Engineering and Field Operations to track all activities that support the reduction of methane emissions throughout the year. Serves as the Methane Challenge Implementation Manager and reports to the EPA on company progress towards achieving corporate goals to reduce methane emissions on an annual basis. Interacts with various industry groups as well as agencies to support methane reduction strategies and tracking. Compiles and submits company GHG emissions to various agencies, industry and internal stakeholders (INGAA, NGA, EPA, TC Energy, marketing). Serves as a member on various industry committees including Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) and NGA (Northeast Gas Association). Assists with regulatory and owner audits. Coordinates stack testing and regulatory reporting. Coordinates GHG surveys and regulatory reporting. Coordinates Part 203 leak surveys with the contractor, communicates with field operations regulatory requirements on the repairs of the leaks; schedules resurveying of the leaks; ensures that leaks are closed out in the tracking system once repaired. Reports to internal customers and agency on any Delay of Repairs. Collects, calculates, analyzes, and interprets data related to emissions. Maintains air compliance records. Tracks upcoming air regulations and advises management and executives on potential future concerns. Provides training to field ops, engineering, environmental services, and executives. Travel will be necessary to New York and Connecticut facilities as well as to industry conferences. Knowledge: Knowledge of the Clean Air Act; federal state and local air regulations; greenhouse gas regulations. Working knowledge of Leak Detection and Repair regulations for the natural gas industry a plus. Knowledge of Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions are a plus. Knowledge of the natural gas industry and operations is a plus. Skills: Time management; strong communication, written and verbal; excellent interpersonal skills necessary; strong analytical skills. The candidate must feel comfortable with public speaking. A strong candidate will have great interpersonal skills. This position requires an individual who can develop and maintain a good positive working relationship with cross functional departments and collaborate with various individuals to achieve positive outcomes. Quantitative: Candidate must be very organized, paying attention to details. Ability to focus on regulatory deadlines, scheduling contractors and employees to achieve reporting deadlines in a timely manner, requesting updates on a frequent basis from contractors and personnel within the company. There is a high demand for multiple deadlines during certain months of the year. The ability to work on multiple reports with similar deadlines and short turn-around time is necessary. Education: BS in Engineering, Math, Physical or Environmental Science or related field. Minimum of two to four years of experience in air compliance, data collection, reporting, interpreting regulations is considered a plus.