Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 12:56:45 -0400
Reply-To: Peter Reinhardt <peter.reinhardt**At_Symbol_Here**YALE.EDU>
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From: Peter Reinhardt <peter.reinhardt**At_Symbol_Here**YALE.EDU>
Subject: Power Plant EHS Officer
Power Plant EHS Officer-Manager 5

Yale University Office of Environmental Health and Safety

27 August 2007


Yale University is seeking a Power Plant EHS Officer for its Office of
Environmental Health and Safety. The position is responsible for the
development and maintenance of compliance programs related to Yale's power
plants, as well as their auxiliary operations including boilers, turbines,
duct burners and emergency generators. This position is responsible for
activities related to our permits under Title V, New Source Review and for
water discharges. This position also provides on-site support and
consultation for health and safety. Yale University operates two power
plants: a cogeneration facility that can supply 18 megawatts of electricity,
340,000 pounds per hour of steam and 14,600 tons of chilled water to the
central campus; and a thermal energy facility that can supply 350,000 pounds
per hour of steam and 19,900 tons of chilled water to the medial campus.
This position reports to the Director of OEHS and works closely with the
Power Plant Managers as well as the Utilities Director. This position is
supported by OEHS clerical staff, the Environmental Services Section, and
the Occupational Health and Safety Section (for industrial hygiene, physical
safety and emergency response).


Professional Qualifications Required: Bachelor's degree in engineering,
environmental sciences or related field, as well as seven years of
progressively responsible experience dealing with advanced and complex
environmental compliance programs, such as those relating to power plants.
Candidates must demonstrate proficiency in environmental science and
engineering, including chemistry, measurement technologies and pollution
controls. Candidates also need an advanced knowledge of state and federal
air and water pollution regulations-particularly new source performance
standards, new source review and Title V applicable to power plants.
Significant knowledge or experience in health and safety is important.
Experience with institutions of higher education, a degree in chemical
engineering, and/or a relevant professional certification is preferred.


Salary range is $70,000 to $100,000+. Applications must be submitted on line
via (Refer to STARS Req ID 1855BR).  Yale University is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.



Peter A. Reinhardt

Director, Office of Environmental Health & Safety

Yale University

135 College St., 1st Floor

New Haven, CT   06510-2411

(203) 737-2123



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