Req. ID: 121550
Micron is committed to environmental and safety excellence as we strive to be a global leader in memory and storage solutions. As the Global Environmental Program Manager for Chemicals, you will be responsible for the successful development and implementation of key strategic initiatives and practices targeted at improving chemical use efficiency and compliance for **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***., operations globally. The successful candidate will provide leadership, direction, education, and overall strategic management of the company’s environmental management system and initiatives related to chemicals. The Global Environmental Program Manager for Chemicals will provide technical regulatory guidance/advice to the sites, staff, and senior management on chemical policy and regulatory development matters related to the semiconductor industry.
Primary Job Responsibilities Include:
Provide leadership, direction, and education of key strategic initiatives targeted at improving chemical use efficiency and compliance
Research, review, and analyze chemical-related policy and perform regulatory applicability evaluations
Facilitate technical chemical hazard review and mitigating controls
Lead implementation and best practice sharing of chemical management
Implement management system criteria into chemical programs across the Micron network
Perform compliance audits and support implementation of follow-up corrective actions to ensure compliance with country, state and local regulations
Resolve complex compliance matters, including use of required data and management systems
Calculate and consolidate chemical use data across the Micron network according to scientific and regulatory standards
Assure accuracy of reports and permits for compliance with country, state, and local regulations
Extensive experience with hazard assessment, data analysis and chemical mass balance
Extensive experience with permitting and compliance for chemical-related regulations and policy
Strong technical expertise in the area of chemical management, in multi-national corporations
Demonstrated ability to comfortably work across organizational boundaries and geographies
Ability to effectively collaborate with cross-functional organizations to understand needs and translate them into actionable plans, deliverables, and resource requirements
Ability to be guided by business objectives and determine best methods for delivering results
Demonstrated proficiency in independently completing complex tasks
Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Ability to adapt to a rapidly changing environment
Strong analytical and problem solving skills
Proven facilitation skills including the ability to influence others
Minimum of a B.S. degree in engineering, chemistry, or other relevant technical degree related to the safe management of chemicals.
Minimum of 7 years of relevant experience including demonstrated experience with chemical hazard review and mitigating controls, permitting and compliance for chemical-related regulations and policy, and assessments including, data analysis and chemical mass balance
The ability to read and develop a solid understanding and interpretation of regulations is required
Ability to develop global programs and deploy to a multi-cultural audience
Strong interpersonal communication
Effective negotiation skills
Proficiency in technical writing
Strong team player skills
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