Wonderful Citrus is seeking a PSM/Enviromental Coordinator for the Mission, TX location. The PSM/Environmental Coordinator is responsible for the organizing and maintenance of the Process Safety Management (PSM) program for Wonderful Citrus ammonia refrigeration systems, equipment, and personnel and for upkeep of current environmental programs/permits within the operating facilities in TX. The PSM/Environmental Coordinator ensures compliance with PSM and Risk Management Plan (RMP) and all federal, state, and local environmental regulations.
Wonderful Citrus is America’s largest integrated grower, shipper and packer of fresh citrus. Our citrus varieties can be found in the produce department of grocery stores across the country under the flagship consumer brands of Wonderful Halos mandarins and Wonderful Sweet Scarletts Texas Red grapefruit.
To learn more about Wonderful Citrus Company, visit www.wonderfulcitrus.com.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Responsible for the review of all system altering capabilities or processes prior to implementation.
• Organize and provide PSM mandated training to all applicable associates and contractors.
• Review and assist with the Management of Change (MOC’s), Pre-Start Up Safety Reviews (PSSR’s), and Process Hazard Analysis (PHA).
• Responsible for reviewing and maintaining all refrigeration actions plans for ammonia-related projects to ensure compliance and viability with the PSM program.
• Ability to read and understand mechanical and electrical drawings and technical specifications.
• Responsible for conforming to all OSHA, PSM, Hazmat and Wonderful Citrus safety programs, documentation, and regulations.
• Organize and provide leadership for all 14 elements of PSM by reading and reviewing mechanical and electrical drawings as well as procedures and ammonia-related programs and policies.
• Act as the primary respondent for all PSM audit activity.
• Actively participate in all refrigeration team activities and programs and continuously work to improve their skills by staying abreast of current technologies.
• Responsible for managing and scheduling refrigeration technicians for PSM training as well as all other applicable trainings (i.e. Confined Space, Hazmat, Hot Work, etc.)
• Responsible for upkeep of all local environmental permits (TCEQ (Texas Commission on Environmental Quality), City of Mission and McAllen Waste Water, etc.)
• Act as primary respondent for all regulatory visits, tours and audits.
• Act as primary respondent to City of Mission and McAllen for all conversations regarding waste water generation and discharge.
• Responsible for upkeep of local hazardous waste management program. inspection logs and transport manifests.
• Responsible for yearly Tier II (TCEQ) chemical inventory reporting.
• BS in Mechanical, Chemical, Agricultural Engineering or equivalent course of study preferred.
• 5 years of related experienced is desired.
• Prior experience with Process Safety Management (PSM) associated with ammonia refrigeration.
• Must be self-motivated and have the ability to work well with individuals from various departments and levels within the organization.
• Excellent organization and communications skills are a must.
• Excellent project management and writing skills are necessary.
• PC- Proficient in using Microsoft word, excel, power point.
Wonderful Citrus is part of The Wonderful Company, a successful, fast-growing privately held $4 billion company with 8,500 employees worldwide. We’ve made Wonderful Pistachios one of America’s top-selling salty snacks. We’ve turned pomegranates and POM Wonderful into a worldwide phenomenon. Wonderful Halos is the No. 1 mandarin orange in America. FIJI Water is the No. 1 premium bottled water in America. JUSTIN Wine produces California’s top-selling, high-end Cabernet Sauvignon. And Teleflora is the world’s largest flower delivery service.
The Wonderful Company has a long-standing commitment to corporate social responsibility, including more than $120 million invested in environmental technologies and sustainability research, $45 million in charitable giving and education initiatives every year, $30 million toward the construction of a new charter school campus in California’s Central Valley, and innovative health and wellness programs, including two new, free primary care clinics for employees and their dependents.