Senior Director, Industrial and Environmental Hygiene
The School Construction Authority, one of the region’s largest construction agencies, is about to embark on a $17 billion, Five-Year Capital Plan. The Five-Year Plan includes approximately 89 new schools providing 57,000 additional seats, as well as thousands of capital improvements rehabilitating exteriors, improving accessibility, providing air-conditioning to all classrooms, upgrading boilers and expanding physical education facilities.
The Senior Director of Industrial & Environmental Hygiene reports directly to the Vice President of Environmental and Regulatory Compliance. The position is responsible for managing and overseeing the Authority's environmental policies, procedures and regulatory compliance.
The Senior Director of Industrial & Environmental Hygiene supervises environmental services provided by the Industrial & Environmental Hygiene Division, which consists of the Survey and Design, Remediation and HazMat units. The Survey & Design and Remediation Units manage environmental surveys, investigations and remediation of all media related to PCBs, lead-based paint, and asbestos. The HazMat unit manages all other environmental-related services. These services include, but are not limited to, Due Diligence studies and investigations, design of engineering controls to address site contamination, potable water disinfection and lead testing, and petroleum storage tank investigations and closures, as well as any special programs.
Other responsibilities: Coordinates and oversees emergency responses, performing field inspections and ensuring that SCA personnel, consultants, and contractors follow proper environmental control practices; principal liaison to consultants and contractors for the activities performed by the IEH Division, attends and participates in public meetings, hearings and strategy sessions with other governmental agencies, school boards and public officials; provides recommendations and assistance to the Construction Management team in all phases of work; evaluates workload of IEH team and assists in procuring new staff; reviews staff evaluations and provides input into the performance and areas requiring improvement, and develops operational budgets for the Division; performs related tasks.
Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university; and ten years of full time, performing hazard and/or toxic substance assessments; five years must have been in a supervisory or managerial capacity; and a current certificate as a Certified AHERA Inspector and Management Planner issued by an Environmental Protection Agency approved Training Institute and by New York City Department of Environmental Protection pursuant to Local Law 76/85 as amended and as a City Certified Investigator or equivalent.
We offer excellent benefits including medical, dental, prescription and vision coverage; retirement savings plans including pension, 401K, 457 and IRA options and generous paid time off. Salary Range: $122,697.00 - $180,000.00 annually dependent upon qualifications.
Visit our website http://www.nycsca.org/Careers/Employment & apply to Job # 3-1777-260
New York City School Construction Authority is an equal opportunity employer.
Internal Number: R4080026
About NEW YORK CITY SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY
The NYC School Construction Authority’s (SCA, NYCSCA) mission is to design and construct safe, attractive and environmentally sound public schools for children throughout the many communities of New York City. We are dedicated to building and modernizing schools in a responsible, cost-effective manner while achieving the highest standards of excellence in safety, quality and integrity.
We seek professionals dedicated to providing excellent service, developing partnerships in the community, and implementing programs aligned with our mission and vision. If you are looking to be a part of a stimulating workplace that is culturally diverse, the New York City School Construction Authority is the place to be. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.
In addition to offering employment opportunities with the SCA, we are committed to expanding the base of firms doing business with us and making it easier to communicate and succeed together. Go to the following link to find resources on how to get prequalified so you can be awarded work with the SCA, as well as information regarding MWLBE certification requirements and information regarding our Mentor and Graduate Mentor programs: http://www.nycsca.org/Business/Pages/default.aspx