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Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) Analyst 800853

Are you interested in joining one of the fastest growing and reputable aerospace manufacturing companies in the nation? They are future-oriented and determined to achieve excellence in all they do. Here you'll find a great career with growth opportunities in a supportive environment filled with motivated, talented team members.
Currently seeking to hire an experienced Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) Analyst to join their passionate team, make a big impact, and help implement the organization's environmental programs maintain a safe and healthy work environment.
This EH&S Analyst will:
o Develop and implement environmental and safety programs to ensure facility compliance with all regulatory requirements.
o Prepare, complete and submit environmental regulatory reports to SCAQMD, OCSD, Water Quality Regional Board, CUPA and DTSC.
o Track and maintain records for environmental compliance including oven records, production records, solvent usage, architectural coating, water sampling, hazardous waste manifests and other related records.
o Monitor hazardous waste program and related activities.
o Conduct weekly storm water walk through and make recommendations for improvement and compliance.
o Develop and prepare training materials related to environmental compliance.
This EH&S Analyst has:
o Bachelor's degree
o 2 - 5 years of experience in a EH&S role within a large manufacturing environment, preferably in the aerospace industry
o Experience and technical knowledge of AQMD, Orange County Sanitation District, Cal OSHA, CUPA and EPA regulations and requirements.
o RCRA, DOT and HAZWOPER certifications are strongly preferred.
o Ability to speak, read and write in Spanish is preferred.

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