INTERNAL POSTING – applicants must be current, non-temporary Auburn or AUM employees who are outside of their probationary period.
Directs environmental health, safety, and compliance programs to provide a safe and healthy environment for the Auburn University community.
Directs the development, management, and implementation of policies and programs related to environmental regulatory compliance, hazardous materials storage, use and disposal, and environmental assessment and remediation. Coordinates involvement and communications with department, unit managers, and local support agencies to ensure financial and operational effectiveness of policies and programs. Directs the development and implementation of auditing and corrective action systems to assess the conformance of operations with environmental and hazardous materials regulatory requirements, standard industry practices, and university policies and procedures. Oversees implementation of recommended corrective actions to eliminate or minimize hazardous or potentially hazardous conditions and conditions of non-compliance. Advises others on issues related to environmental compliance, hazardous materials management and environmental control issues relevant to their operations. Directs development and implementation of training programs related to environmental safety and health issues. Manages accounts for hazardous waste disposal and remedial projects to ensure conformance with Auburn University policies and procedures.