Hazardous Materials Specialist
Company: Navarro Research and Engineering
Location: San Antonio
Posted on: January 16, 2022
Navarro Research and Engineering, Inc. is recruiting for a
Hazardous Materials Specialist in San Antonio, TX.
Navarro is a premier contractor providing high-quality technical
services to DOE, NASA, and DOD. Navarro's success is based on our
customer service focus and our well-known responsiveness and
innovation. In all we do, either in corporate management or in our
services to our clients, we seek for the most effective and
efficient approaches to provide best value to our clients.
Perform services in support of Hazardous Material management at
Joint Base San Antonio. Includes HM product research, staff
assistance visits, evaluation, and substitution recommendations;
maintenance of HM control and/or tracking systems; maintenance of
HM database or web-based management tools; development of
compliance and P2 education and training materials; identifying and
inventorying HM; support in the preparation of Toxic Release
Inventory (TRI) reports and other reports required by EPCRA;
support of operations and management of the HAZMART Pharmacy
(HAZMART) tracking activity; and, support of the Hazardous
Materials Management Process (HMMP).
Assist as an Environmental Reviewer for Process Authorizations
submitted in EESOH-MIS. This includes training and providing
technical support to EESOH-MIS users, and when necessary, acting as
the liaison to the EESOH-MIS help. Have the capability to generate
reports and "mine" data as required by installation users. Assist
in tracking users and ensuring all System Authorization Access
Request (SAAR) forms are up-to-date, accurate, and properly
approved by a government official. Perform an annual SAAR
validation and report results to AFCEC. Track EESOH-MIS access by
users in accordance with the security policy.
Create and deliver reports from EESOH-MIS and additional data
sources for various regulatory reporting requirements and to
maintain program and data quality. Specifically, compile all data
necessary to accomplish EPCRA reporting. This shall include data
for Tier I/II, and TRI/Form R's. Support the pollution prevention
program such as establishing inventories (annual volumes and
on-hand) and reporting IAW 40 CFR 350-372, EPCRA, and EO 13834.
Complete an EPCRA Section 313 inventory. Perform site visits,
review methodology, assumptions, and calculations, and input data
into the online Toxics Release Inventory Data Delivery System
(TRI-DDS) in order to prepare the Form Rs. Experience with EPCRA
Section 311/312 inventory Tier II "Emergency and Hazardous Chemical
Inventory" forms and perform site visits, review methodology,
assumptions, and EESOH-MIS inventory data in order to prepare the
Minimum 2 years experienced with the new OSHA Standard GHS SDS
Knowledge of the segregation of flammables and corrosive
Proficient and experienced in public speaking to conduct
Proficient in computer skills, customer service skills
Due to the nature of the government contract requirements and/or
clearances requirements, US citizenship is required.
Navarro is an equal-opportunity employer. All qualified applicants
will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,
religion, color, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation,
gender identity, status as a protected veteran, or status as a
qualified individual with a disability.
As a Federal contractor, Navarro complies with all Federal
guidelines. Due to the current mandates on COVID-19 vaccinations,
if you are offered employment, you will be required to provide
proof of vaccination as a condition of employment unless you are
legally entitled to a religious or medical accommodation.
Health Care Plan (Medical, Dental & Vision)
Retirement Plan (401k, IRA)
Life Insurance (Basic, Voluntary & AD&D)
Paid Time Off (Vacation, Sick & Public Holidays)
Short Term & Long Term Disability
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