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Meta IDC Global Environmental Program Manager in Boston, Massachusetts


Meta is seeking a highly skilled EHS professional with good understanding of end-to-end project management lifecycle and leveraging data to enable sound decision-making. This individual would have sound program management skills, including strategic communications at all levels of the organization, operationalizing complex EHS processes, and driving accountability within cross functional teams. This person will oversee, lead, partner with and project manage all the critical operational Environmental programs, permits, processes and elements pertaining to Meta’s IDC Global EHS Management System.

Required Skills:

IDC Global Environmental Program Manager Responsibilities:

  1. Develop, implement, and oversee all standards, programs, processes and permits pertaining to the Environmental rule and regulations applicable to Meta-IDC of Environmental law internationally Form and work well within a cross-functional team environment

  2. Site Selection: Monthly coordination with Site Selection Environmental Team manager on upcoming projects, site-specific needs, and potential impacts to operations via permitting or design needs (and relationship building between teams)

  3. Have visibility to site selection team initiatives on expansions to existing sites and helps coordinate with Site EHS (CMOPs, access, vendor management)

  4. Design/Construction: Supports internal teams on design changes that affect environmental standards and requirements, including noise, light, water, or other pollution concerns

  5. Participate in team, global and cross-functional meetings to support environmental permitting and processes

  6. Monthly coordination with internal partners to review any gaps, violations, complaints, or concerns with environmental compliance during construction

  7. Coordinate EHS team review of environmental permits and documentation to support turnover to operations

  8. Work with internal teams and Site EHS to support site startup and turnover

  9. Works with internal teams in the event of environmental contamination (e.g., significant oil spills, unexpected subsurface impacts)

  10. Support Site EHS Team in building relationships with regulatory agencies

  11. Develop and implement a global plan for standardizing and producing SPCC plans

  12. Support Site EHS Coordinator with execution of wastewater treatment plans, permitting processes, chemical management, waste disposal, etc.

  13. Operations: Develops plans to support IDC with environmental compliance for all stages of operations (air, noise, chemical and waste management, SPCC, bio/wetlands)

  14. Coordinates with and maintains schedule for third party consultant(s) to support standard implementation, regulatory compliance and best practices

  15. Develops and maintains FB tooling for environmental compliance (generator automation, refrigerant management, chemical inventories, etc.)

  16. works with partners and Site Selection on water program tooling

  17. Develops and coordinates environmental awareness and compliance training (e.g., schedules, slide decks, third party vendors) for certification completion

  18. Works with cross-functional partners to promote IDC environmental culture and awareness

  19. Defines best practices in chemical handling/inventory/hazardous waste management and works with the global EHS team to ensure requirements are included within EHS standard

  20. Assesses and ensures consistency and standardization with regulatory compliance and EHS best practices across sites/regions

  21. Coordinates with internal partners and site-based teams to ensure environmental incident scenarios are addressed in emergency planning

  22. Supports environmental and brownfields for operational sites and retrofit activities

  23. Leads in the development/revision of environmental management standards and continuous improvement processes

  24. Creates and manages internal assessment criteria for environmental standards that are used in conjunction with existing and future EHS assessment programs

  25. Manages and maintains the generator tracking tooling

  26. Have visibility to assist and support stack testing schedules, scopes, contracting with Site and Regional EHS

  27. Provide overall Environmental Engineering support to all sites world-wide, assisting with educating and creating the means and methods to ensure all applicable reporting requirements are met

  28. Ability to travel 20-30%

Minimum Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. 10+ years of EHS experience in high-risk work environments assessing, managing and raising awareness of environmental programs, risks and driving a process of compliance and continuous improvement based off of internationally recognized processes and procedures

  2. Bachelor's of Science in Environmental Engineering or other related degree aligned to EHS

  3. Demonstrated experience in assisting and developing Environmental compliance training, implementing adult learning styles and how to access effectiveness of such learning events

  4. Demonstrated experience in project management, successfully leading teams to success, experience removing barriers, make decisions and maintain project timelines

  5. Experience assessing and assisting in the implementation of Environmental rule and regulation within the U.S. and Globally

  6. Demonstrated skill in document management systems and continuous improvement methods

  7. Experience in assessing risk and apply proper programs, tools and resources to assist the company in managing, recognizing, minimizing the Environmental risks

  8. Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint)

  9. Solid program management and interpersonal skills

  10. Project management skills

  11. Experience in creating strategic plans and processes

  12. Experience working well with others, be a leader in a team environment and skillfully collaborate with other groups or teams

  13. Experienced in managing within an international standard of assessments and continuous improvement

Preferred Qualifications:

Preferred Qualifications:

  1. Graduate degree in Environmental Engineering, EHS or relevant field

  2. Professional licenses and or EHS certifications

  3. Certified ISO 14001 and 45001 Lead Auditor

  4. Working knowledge of Data Center facilities

Industry: Internet

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