Environmental Manager | AFET | KSA
Overview of the role:
The core responsibility of Environmental Manager is to assist project team to implement the Construction Environment Management Plan (CEMP) & Waste Management Plan in project, ensuring compliance against legal and client requirements.
What you will do:
• Prepare and Monitor Construction Environment Management Plan (CEMP), Waste Management Plan for the project.
• Carryout Environmental and Social Impact Studies, Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Management Program, Pollution Inventory, Air Pollution Modelling, Feasibility Study,
Environmental Due diligence and Contaminated Site Assessment.
• Ensuring Environmental aspects and impacts are identified, assessed, and managed for all construction activities thereby securing Environmental Clearance from Federal Environmental Agency.
• Perform periodic inspections / audits to confirm compliance with ISO 14001 on the projects and preparing the Environmental Management Program to ensure effective mitigation of identified impacts.
• Conduct soil / ground water contamination assessment study and suggest suitable Environmental Management Program.
• Review and suggest recommendations for air quality, effluent quality, handling and management of toxic and hazardous waste, noise, radiation, thermal etc.
• Assess and monitor construction projects for environmental impact, prepare environmental performance report, coordinate with local regulatory agencies to ensure compliance.
• Attend and organize regular meetings with the Construction team to discuss the environmental issues onsite, ensuring compliance to applicable engineering codes and standards as well as local permits and regulation.
• Coordinate with government authorities for submissions and approvals for securing Environmental Clearance/ Permits.
• Develop environmental training programs. Extend knowledge of theories, practices and procedures in environmental discipline / skill to colleagues through strategic trainings.
• Ensure that all internal and external environmental incidents, issues, and emergencies are appropriately resolved with all relevant forms and records filled and maintained