EHS Engineer

Logan, UT, United States of America

Job location: Logan, UT 84321

Compensation: $80,000 to $95,000 + annual bonus (10% target)

Benefits:  Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(k), Tuition Reimbursement; PTO

Education / Certifications: Experience trumps education, engineering/science degree.


  • 5+ years of experience in wastewater treatment-engineering capacity.
  • Must have experience in negotiation with governmental agencies.
  • Experience in printed circuit board industry or chemical industry is preferred. 
  • Primarily 1st shift, but weekend and off-shift work may be required.


  • Must establish solid understanding of the principles of wastewater treatment processes and their applications.
  • Applies diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices and effectively applies to wastewater treatment discipline.
  • Supervises the work of engineers on the projects (s) including providing technical guidance and reviewing work and results.
  • Evaluate plant operations assures proper adjustment of plant processes; coordinates sampling operations to assure proper balance of treatment steps and meeting effluent requirements; ensures the proper conduct of laboratory tests performed by operation staff.
  • Supervises WWT maintenance activities to ensure the safe, reliable, and efficient operation of equipment; verifies proper implementation of WWT preventive maintenance plan as well as the work order issuance for any corrective maintenance whenever required.
  • Assists in all Process Engineering Matters related to WWT.
  • Coordinates waste stream classification, waste handling and disposal, and proper documentation generation and recordkeeping. 
  • Performs inspections, maintains inspection records and generates reports for wastewater and pollution control equipment and hazardous waste.
  • Administers permits for air quality, hazardous waste, industrial discharge, tanks, and storm water discharge.
  • Completes reports pertaining to permits, community right-to-know EPA reporting of toxic chemicals, pollution prevention and incident reporting.
  • Maintains contingency plan and assists in coordinating emergency or hazardous material response.
  • Conducts environmental engineering review of new processes, process changes, or changes to the facility. Makes recommendations, secures approval, and implements changes.
  • Ensures proper operation of process water treatment equipment (RO/DI systems).
  • Prepares reports for Corporate including annual Key Performance Indicators.
  • Member of the Environmental Management Team and provides support for ISO 14001 certification.
  • Completes monthly stormwater and SPCC inspections; participates in periodic reviews of these programs and revisions as necessary.

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EHS Engineer

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