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APAC Environmental Programs Lead-Air Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world. Together with farmers, customers, governments and communities, we help people thrive by applying our insights and over 150 years of experience. We have 160,000 employees in 70 countries who are committed to feeding the world in a responsible way, reducing environmental impact and improving the communities where we live and work.

Description

Position Purpose & Summary This position is a part of the APAC Regional Environment team focusing on developing and deploying global environmental compliance programs in the Asia Pacific Region and monitoring/managing regional regulatory developments in designated discipline (Air Emissions & Nuisance programs). Reports to the Cargill APAC Environmental Lead and will actively deploy the Cargill Environmental Strategy and program in APAC. The position will support the deployment of the CEHS strategy and critical project management; development and implementation of global environmental compliance programs; and deployment of CEHS work processes and technologies, consistent with Cargill Risk Compliance Framework (Risk Assessment, Policies/Procedures/Controls; Communications & Training; Auditing, Monitoring & Analytics; Reporting; and issue Investigation/Resolution). The Regional Air Program Lead will provide regional leadership and apply subject matter knowledge of air technology and regulatory compliance on air pollution prevention and climate change. In addition to SME of air technology, the position will act as the regional air program manager and be an active participant on the Cargill Air Team. Responsibilities include: Content development and improvement in in the key environmental programs associated with localized air systems (air emission, greenhouse gases& climate, odor, particulate matter, noise, traffic and other nuisances); air processes and programs implementation; qualitative and quantitative risk analysis on air pollution; regional air-related regulatory emerging issue management; and compliance measures and performance; air data collection and analytics systems; compliance verification (including assessments, reviews and audits); and environmental communication and training.

Principal Accountabilities

As a member of Corporate Environment, Health and Safety team, the candidate will promote the vision of ZERO HARM and deploy the global requirements, programs, and processes under local regulations in the Asia Pacific Region. The candidate will represent the Environmental Center of Excellence with an emphasis on current and emerging environmental compliance for all Cargill locations in Asia Pacific The candidate will support the deployment of the CEHS strategy and critical project management; development and implementation of global environmental compliance programs; apply local regulatory requirements; and deployment of CEHS work processes and technologies, consistent with Cargill Risk Compliance Framework (Risk Assessment, Policies/Procedures/Controls; Communications & Training; Auditing, Monitoring & Analytics; Reporting; and issue Investigation/Resolution). 1.40% Air program & compliance management (with internal and external requirements): * Maintain a robust compliance program for environmental programs, with internal and external requirements. * Collaborate with regulatory managers, operations and subject matter expertise to develop and implement robust regulatory strategies for Air & Nuisance programs. * Assist Global Air Director and APAC regional regulatory lead to conduct Air programs regulatory surveillance and applicability analysis to anticipate environmental regulations and requirements that could affect operations. * Ensure consistent development, deployment, execution and verification of Corporate EHS policies/requirements, corporate goals and EHS initiatives. * Assist APAC Environmental Director in the management of air and nuisance-related environmental work per the regional portfolio of environmental work (i.e. permits, due diligence, etc). Manage the businesses expectations and provide expert consultation to the business. * Deploy Corporate Air program in region and Provide technical, regulatory and strategic consultation, support, and training on Air programs. * Deploy systems and metrics to affectively track, monitor and report progress towards Environmental targets and commitments, including incident investigation and management and communication to stakeholders and leadership team members. * Lead the execution of Cargill EHS projects, programs, processes, and technologies in region. * Participate in a corporate Air SME team to support the development/updating of the Air programs requirements, necessary guidance, support materials, and training. * Support to develop compliance verification approach and tools, including facility-level CEHS audit protocols where applicable and business-level review/assessments. * Attend Corp EHS audit on Environnemental management. 2.40% Air technology and Air Centre of Excellence: Provide technical, regulatory and strategic consultation, support, and training on Air Management and Technology: * Manage and deliver Air expertise in region (i.e. internal and external resources). * Provide Air-related Subject Matter Expertise for Management of Change, Capital Project management and troubleshooting on Air facilities operation. * Provide expertise and support on permitting and issue negations with regulatory agencies. * Network with external organizations to identify best practices, effective technologies, and cooperative solutions that can be applied effectively to help in support of EHS strategy implementation. * Build the capability for Air technology expertise within the EHS sub-regional team and corresponding sites. * Assist on identification and implementation of Best Management Practices and selection of technology providers related to Air treatment. * Represent Cargill at regional Air-related industry associations 3.20% Clean Air resources, sustainability & stewardship: * Using expert knowledge to deliver guidance and training and solutions related to Air resources management practices, Air risk mitigation and collective action. * Provide expertise on climate change issues including greenhouse gas accounting, reporting and credit schemes. * Support in identification of projects, stakeholders and potential collective action to meet Cargill Air-related environmental and sustainability commitments.

Qualifications

Education, Experience, Skills Minimum Required Qualifications * Required Education: Bachelor degree in engineering or science. * Required Experience/Skills: o8 years’ experience in environmental engineering, air engineering is preferred * Strong knowledge of air permitting/regulations and air compliance management * Strong knowledge of environmental compliance and management system * Strong project management skills. * Experience working in a matrixed organization. * Ability to implement technical knowledge into global policy and processes. * Ability to educate and influence at different level leaders at throughout the supply chain. * Demonstrated ability to quickly conceptualize and understand strategy, business model and supporting processes. * Effective problem-solving, project management, critical thinking and development skills. * Strong quantitative, analytical, and conceptual skills. * Excellent written, verbal communication and presentation skills. Preferred Qualifications * Professional Engineer Accreditation or Masters degree in engineering or science. * Experience working in a global / multi-geography environment and an understanding of the complexities it presents * Participate and pursue leadership roles in external organization to bring “outside in” perspective and exposure to leading practices

Job

Safety/Environmental Health

Primary Location

China

Other Locations

Malaysia, India

Schedule

Full-time

Job Type

Standard

Shift

Day Job

Req ID:

CHI00605

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