Facilities Environmental Compliance Analyst

Facilities Environmental Compliance Analyst


Facilities Environmental Compliance Analyst

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The Compliance Analyst is a collaborative supporter and a member of the Operations Team with the objective of providing world class operational service delivery to the client?s portfolio and customers. The position requires a clear communicator, both verbal and written, organized with effective time management skills, demonstrating a willingness to learn and adapt, with the highest standards of behavior, collaborative manner and work ethic. Candidate must have the proven ability to work without direct day to day supervision.
Position is based in Snoqualmie, WA.
Assist National Compliance Manager in the coordination and collection of compliance records and permits as necessary for operational compliance per local, state and federal regulations. Including but not limited to operational equipment permitting, refrigerant usage, hazardous materials storage/use, Fuel storage/usage, etc.
Research and review of Federal, State and local environmental codes and regulations, applicable to critical facilities regulated chemical storage and operational permitting for equipment such as Fuel tanks, Generators, HVAC, Batteries, FLS systems, etc.
Use the client?s web-based tool to maintain documentation and notifications of compliance obligations. Ensure that the program is running as intended and all users can access their data.
Prepare and submit compliance reports to the client?s regulatory and compliance group.
Support the client?s Risk and Compliance Group in insurance, regulatory, or corporate audits.
Assist the account team in meeting or exceeding account Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
Demonstrate strong collaboration and teamwork with account-wide team, and proactively share and re-apply all lessons learned, successes and best practices.
Cultivate and maintain a positive working relationship with client representatives, team members and service providers.
Self-starter, ability to proactively research compliance needs to resolve a compliance need or gap.
Minimum Requirements:
Associate?s degree or equivalent work experience in environmental science, safety management, information systems, business administration, facilities management or related field.
Minimum of two years of industry experience required either in a corporate environment, third party service provider or as a consultant.
Must have strong organizational, research and time management skills.
Must have excellent communication skills.
Must have ability to research and understand Environmental Regulatory codes, applicable to Critical environments and equipment.
Document management experience a plus
Knowledge of real estate, facilities management, and building systems helpful.
High level skill with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PPT) required.
Experience with other data and statistical applications are a plus (PowerPivot, PowerView, Excel, VBA)

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