Environmental Manager

Newberry, FL

Argos, with over 80 years in the market, has become a benchmark in the industry of cement, ready mix concrete and aggregates through our operations in Colombia, the United States, Central America and the Caribbean. Our business model focuses on the client and on sustainable development, which means it is economically viable, respects people, and is environmentally friendly and responsible.

As a leader in its industry, Argos USA changes lives through the construction of building materials that encourage the dreams of millions around the U.S.

We are a team of talented individuals connected and united by the superior purpose of transforming the future through sustainable construction. We promote our employee's growth thanks to continuous learning and the challenges we all face in a dynamic, innovative, respectful and inclusive environment where the balance between work and life is paramount. We are diverse, creative and committed; working together while being supported by Argos’ competitive benefits program.

Join our experience, explore your possibilities and transform the future with us!

General purpose of the job

The Environmental Manager is responsible for leadership, team development and all aspects of environmental permitting, compliance, audits, inspections, and regulations, related to stormwater management, air emissions and reclamation within the cement line of business. Will develop and manage policies, processes, projects, and activities related to compliance with environmental regulations.

Responsible for conducting and overseeing environmental audits and environmental awareness training programs. Ensure clear, tactful, concise communication flows upwards and downwards throughout the organization and works closely with Manufacturing, Logistics, Quality to find solutions that are both practical and sustainable. Supports a good standing in the community, sustainable operations, and adhering to all company policies and federal / state regulations.

Individual accountabilities

  • Manage all aspects of an organization’s environmental compliance, including development and implementation of policies, procedures, and systems to ensure compliance with environmental laws and regulations.
  • Participate in conducting inspections, audits, and investigations; report environmental incidents, compiling findings, and recommendations for corrective action through root cause analysis findings.
  • Collect environmental samples and field measurements from the field operating facilities. 
  • Stay current in research on new technology relevant to environmental issues, such as alternative energy sources or pollution prevention methods.
  • Utilize problem solving skills to develop solutions that help their organizations meet environmental regulations
  • Evaluate environmental issues and/or concerns, raise awareness, and lead resolution through collaboration of environmental strategies.
  • Responsible for data entry of environmental reporting metrics for required permitting and key reporting compliance; analyze environmental monitoring data and prepare compliance reports.
  • Utilize Environmental Management System (EMS), maintain dashboard and calendar of compliance tasks.
  • Coordination and training of teammates in the identification, development and implementation of environmental goals, policies, and procedures, which have a positive impact and add value to the organization.
  • Attend public hearings, conferences and events on environmental issues as requested by the Company.
  • Champion for organization-wide environmental sustainability goals and track ESG data as required.
  • Unfailing commitment to follow all safety procedures, perform risk assessments prior to commencing unfamiliar tasks, and seek to identify and implement proactive safety and environmental improvements.
  • Other duties may be required and will be assigned as necessary.


Bachelor’s degree in environmental sciences or closely related field; or 5+ years demonstrated progressive experience in environmental management roles (cement experience strongly preferred).

Technical knowledge and certifications

  • Understanding of environmental sampling and data interpretation and regulatory environmental compliance requirements. Experience with CAA, Title V permitting, CWA / NPDES, CERCLA / SARA, RCRA, EPCRA Tier II - CRTK, TRI, etc.
  • Ability and commitment to comply with all applicable federal, state, industry regulations and standards.
  • Effectively communicate both verbally and in writing, while building rapport with team members and external agencies.
  • Knowledge of auditing and inspection expectations with environmental regulators / agencies such as EPA, DEQ, County Health Department, etc
  • High level of integrity and commitment to compliance, record keeping and overall team results. 
  • Knowledge of engineering calculations for permitting, reporting, compliance and to support project goals.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suites with accurate data entry skills.

Area of experience: 3-6 Years

Languages: English C2


Annual Salary Range from $96,800 - $127,000


We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We embrace diversity in all aspects of our business.

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