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ExxonMobil Emerging Contaminants Project Manager in Spring, Texas

Key Deliverables of Position

  • Support sites with emerging contaminant issues across multiple jurisdictions. Includes review of technical documents, site support for regulatory discussions, and technical support for survey / sample plan development and/or treatment / remedial options

  • Coordinate interfaces with site Project Managers, Technical Advisors, Law, and Engineering for all sites with emerging contaminant issues

  • Steward compliance obligations on a site and portfolio basis related to emerging contaminants on a regular basis

  • Provide routine updates to the Environmental Solutions leadership team, Regional teams and Issue Management Team

  • Collaborate with emerging contaminant interfaces across research partners and business lines

Primary Functions / Responsibilities

  • Work with EM Law on CERCLA liability review to help create position / strategy regarding emerging contaminants

  • Meet with site Project Managers and Technical Advisors to understand scope of emerging contaminant inquiry at individual sites

  • Assist in the development of site ‘path to closure’ and plans to address emerging contaminants to optimize outcomes for ExxonMobil and apply consistent remedies

  • Interface with technical advisors to identify and implement any studies, research or pilot activities to support emerging contaminant technologies and approaches

  • Coordinate and provide strategic and technical support for development, review and approvals of all emerging contaminant regulatory orders and other agreements

  • Monitor and ensure compliance with all executed emerging contaminant regulatory orders and other governance agreements

  • Develop and steward cost and schedule budgets for relevant work scopes

  • Analyze the emerging contaminant portfolio for common themes and learnings

  • Input/support to possible environmental claims / lawsuits

  • Comply with all corporate and E&PS-specific business controls requirements

Skills, Experience and Business Accomplishments

  • University degree and 10+ years relevant remediation work experience with experience in emerging contaminants preferred

  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written

  • Self-motivated, ability to manage travel, adapt to time pressures, and changing priorities

  • Demonstrated ability to develop successful working relationships with emphasis on collaboration in a project environment

  • Demonstrated knowledge of negotiation skills techniques

  • Sound business judgment and ability to make timely decisions

  • Ability to create high quality work products

  • Demonstrated knowledge of environmental regulations and use standards such as CERCLA, RCRA, CWA, SDWA, REACH

  • Demonstrated remedial technical background

  • Demonstrated knowledge of environmental remediation technology and methodologies

  • Knowledge of ExxonMobil Control Policies & Procedures (OIMS, CIMS)

  • Available for periodic travel

ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship status, protected veteran status, genetic information, or physical or mental disability.