Environmental Engineer

Regulatory Compliance Manager, Environmental Scientist

Wind Onshore

Using knowledge from various engineering disciplines, develop processes, policies, and practices to prevent or mitigate health, safety, or environmental issues with Wind Onshore operations. Conduct environmental impact studies and recommend management and mitigation strategies. Monitor and address environmental and hazardous concerns such as materials and facility practices. Work with regulatory personnel Conduct inspections of Wind Onshore sites and facilities, evaluating compliance with environmental, health and safety regulations. Monitor improvements and needed changes to practices.

Position Requirements


Variety of software for analysis and compliance purposes, CAD programming, graphic imaging, system analysis, operations analysis, environmental / health / safety standards and regulations, hazardous materials and chemicals, problem solving


Bachelor's degree in engineering. For advancement, a MS or PhD.


5+ years' experience

Credentialing Required/Optional

PE (Professional Engineer) may be required

Career Path

Position Reports To

Engineering Manager, Materials Scientist, EHS Director

Career path moves from this role

Materials Scientist

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