environmental health manager resume example with 5+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Enthusiastic Team player, eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail & excellent organizational skills. Ability to communicate clearly across the spectrum between government regulators & industry professionals to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes. Motivated to learn, grow & excel in marine environmental compliance while contributing to positive, safe development in our community.


• Familiarity with federal environmental regulations & policies

• Critical Decision Making under Stress

Aptitude for leaning new regulations quickly

• Project/ Case management experience

• Effectively produce results while working independently

Review/ Approval of industry plans experience

Environmental Health Manager , 12/2020 to Current
City Of Carson City, NvCarson City, NV,
  • Lead independent compliance inspections of industrial facilities for Title V Air Permitting Division. Examine tanks, boilers, emissions control devices, generators, & chemical sterilization equipment/ related machinery for adherence to environmental regulatory laws. Analyze & audit recorded data logs to determine validity & adherence to emissions standards.
  • Write detailed analyses of inspection results. This information is used to coordinate more effective strategies with industry partners to reduce or prevent pollution by offering guidance & technical assistance.
  • Make evaluations of proposed permit applications or construction permit modifications submitted to engineering permit authors. Provide meaningful feedback for proposed amendments to existing facilities & recommendations for more efficient tracking of emissions potential. Work with stakeholders to develop strategies & approaches to reduce air pollutant emissions.
  • Respond to violations of open burning regulations as enforced by the state of South Carolina. Collect data & investigate potential responsible parties. Perform public outreach to educate citizens of local environmental laws & regulations in a respectful & informative manner.
  • Collect ambient air filter samples & related data at various locations about the city of Charleston for the PM2.5 & PM10 monitoring program. This information is compiled & evaluated to track particulate matter density within the local area for pollution hazards & deviations from air quality standards.
  • Evaluate compliance with environmental regulations surrounding hazardous & infectious waste storage, transfer & disposal facilities.
Pollution Responder, 01/2019 to Current
United States Coast GaurdCity, STATE,
  • Respond to pollution incidents involving Petroleum oil products & hazardous materials discharged into marine environment in several areas of responsibility to include Sector Charleston & Sector Jacksonville. Start preliminary investigations to determine how best to contain & remove substances while identifying liable parties.
  • Liaison with partner agencies at federal, state & local levels to coordinate response efforts & minimize harmful environmental impact to natural resources while ensuring safety to mariners.
  • Collect evidence for case packages including witness statements, oil samples & records. This information is documented in detailed reports for tracking potential civil or criminal enforcement actions.
  • Conducted federal oversight for pollution prevention equipment & shoreline assessment teams while on orders to support M/V Golden Ray salvage operations. This included evaluating safety precautions of work crews, remediation practices & reviewing proposed plans for shoreline segment closures.
  • Served as SSSI Golden Ray response representative at Georgia State Emergency Operations Center in Atlanta during hurricane evacuation (2021). This role was to coordinate & facilitate any unique support needs from outside the impacted operational zone during emergency.
  • Conduct intermodal container inspections at port facilities to verify compliance with hazardous cargo regulations & safe transportation practices.

Port State Control Examiner, 06/2017 to 06/2018
United States Coast GaurdCity, STATE,
  • Under supervision, conducted Port State Control exams & applied regulatory authority over nearly 50 commercial freight vessels operating within the Puget Sound Captain of the Port Zone. Provided experienced technical knowledge of marine systems to assist mariners in meeting regulatory standards.
  • Provided interpretation & compliance enforcement of numerous federal regulations (CFR), treaties & international conventions for marine safety (SOLAS), pollution prevention (MARPOL), vessel manning (STCW), security (ISPS), & navigation (NAV RULES).
  • Under supervision, reviewed vessel’s plans, safety management systems, & operating systems for compliance with regulations & practicability of employment. Ensured proper documentation & certificates were in order prior to entry to U.S. waters & then later verified onboard vessels.
  • Evaluated crew competency of shipboard emergency drills operating fire suppression systems, life-saving appliances, navigational equipment & security measures.
  • With supervision, inspected vessel's machinery spaces, including propulsion equipment, control machinery, auxiliary machinery, special deck, vessel pumping equipment, damage & fire control machinery, electrical & power generating systems, piping, transfer & monitoring systems ensuring safe operating conditions are maintained & are in compliance with applicable design, installation, & operational standards.
  • Participated in post-casualty investigation of fire onboard M/V Mol Prestige (2018).
  • Exercised mature & responsible judgment to balance reasonable interpretations of standards to facilitate crew/vessel safety while not impeding commerce within the Marine Transportation System.
  • Screened Notices of Arrival to port facilities, identifying vessels due for annual inspections while also targeting any vessel posing security, safety, or environmental risk to U.S. waterways & citizens. Interfaced with both vessel agents & classification society representatives to schedule exams.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Science: Political Science, Expected in 08/2009 to University of South Carolina - Columbia - Columbia, SC
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  • University of South Carolina - Columbia

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  • Environmental Health Manager
  • Pollution Responder
  • Port State Control Examiner


  • Bachelor of Science

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