United States, Bowling Green, KY, IO

Environmental Coordinator


At Henkel, you can make a difference and craft your career. That’s why you own your projects and take full responsibility from an early stage. Our unique brands in markets around the world open up countless opportunities to follow your convictions and explore new paths. If you have an entrepreneurial mindset that allows you to always think out of the box - take the chance and shape the digital future together with us.


  ·As a member of the on-site SHE Team, the Environmental Coordinator position has an active role partnering, advising, and consulting with personnel inside and outside the SHE department.

·Team member for assuring facility’s compliance with all federal, state, and local regulations (i.e. EPA, Air, Storm Water, Hazardous Waste, etc.). Partner with cross functional teams to plan, communicate, and execute local site initiatives and corporate SHE initiatives

·Provide information for emergency response procedures and training; provides information for the safe handling and storage of Hazardous Materials

·Monitoring and tracking of all relevant environmental data (i.e. waste generation, water consumption, energy consumption, etc.) for environmental KPI metric reporting and identification of trends

·Daily management of all Recycling Programs and recycling initiatives and of all Waste Disposal Programs and waste reduction initiatives

·Daily involvement with Air Emission Control Programs and initiatives – monthly data tracking/calculations and permitting & reporting preparation to satisfy the requirements per Kentucky DAQ Permit

·Daily involvement with Wastewater Programs and initiatives – report preparation for local POTW requirements, sampling, wastewater characterization, and knowledge of wastewater monitoring & measuring equipment

·Storm Water Management including SWPPP inspections and periodic sampling; Spill Prevention program management – specifically SPCC Plan. Manage all environmental sampling needs – wastewater, storm water, groundwater, and soil

·Provide knowledge on DOT Hazmat standards – mainly involving road and rail transportation. Assist with regulatory inspections from federal, state and local regulators as needed.


·Bachelor Degree in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science or a related engineering/scientific field, or equivalent

·2 – 5 years’ experience in a manufacturing setting dealing with environmental management. Strong knowledge of federal, state and local environmental regulations and programs

·Must be able to climb ladders and stairs in order to access all areas of the plant that may require environmental evaluation.

·Critical thinking abilities for developing reports and recommendations based on evaluation and environmental data and application of regulatory criteria; Creative problem-solving skills and the ability to embrace innovative design solutions

Henkel is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics.

Henkel does not accept unsolicited resumes from search firms or employment agencies. Unsolicited referrals and resumes are considered Henkel property and therefore, Henkel will not pay a fee for any placement resulting from the receipt of an unsolicited referral.  At Henkel’s request only, preferred vendors may be invited to refer talent for specific open positions. In these cases, a fully-executed agreement with Henkel must be in place and current.

All employees applying for an internal position must have a discussion with his/her manager about their interest in a job posting opportunity. The discussion will not preclude the employee from interviewing if their skills meet the job requirements.

JOB ID: 20005662
Contract & Job type: Full Time, Regular
Contact information for application-related questions: 1-866-836-7067


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