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Company Name:
Approximate Salary:
Dover, Ohio
United States
Job Categories:
Environmental Engineer/Specialist: Single site
Environmental Manager/Coordinator: Single site
Industry Segments:
Chemicals, General Manufacturing, Manufacturing - Miscellaneous
Experience level:
3-5 years
Education level:
Bachelor's Degree

Environmental Coordinator

At Dover Chemical our success has been driven by the concerted efforts and collective vision of our people. Our goal is to create an environment that attracts and retains talented, ethical and responsible individuals who embrace a culture of entrepreneurial thinking and the courage and curiosity to question the status quo.

If you share these values and goals, we can provide you a career where your talents and ambitions are recognized and rewarded. You will have opportunities to work on challenging projects that will expand your talent and enhance your professional capabilities. 

Dover Chemical Corporation, (DCC) is a leading producer of specialty chemicals including alkylphenols, chlorinated paraffins, polymer additives, liquid and solid antioxidants (including organophosphites), flame retardants, additives for water-based and oil-based metalworking fluids and drilling fluid additives. 

We provide chemical specialty products, specifically chemical additives, to our customers around the world who make products that are useful in everyday life. Our products help to improve a wide variety of materials, including fuels, metal-working materials, and polymers for use in industrial and household applications.

DCC is a subsidiary of ICC Industries Inc., headquartered in New York City, a leader for over 50 years in the international and domestic trading, manufacture, and marketing of chemicals, plastics, and pharmaceuticals.  Dover Chemical is proud to have earned ISO 9001:2015 certification.  We join other members and partners of the American Chemistry Council in our dedication to the principles of Responsible Care®, including product stewardship, community awareness, emergency response, pollution prevention, process safety, distribution, and employee health & safety.

DCC has an opening for an Environmental Coordinator at the Dover, OH location.
  The role of the Environmental Coordinator is the daily compliance monitoring and reporting for assigned environmental tasks in a manufacturing plant that includes the following; but is not limited to plant-level monitoring, analysis and data management requirements for the environmental program (i.e. ground water, wastewater and waste streams), LDAR programs, spill prevention / response, waste management, compliance auditing, ensuring compliance with federal, state and local EPA regulations.

The Environmental Coordinator will provide assistance in developing procedures to help maintain compliance with applicable environmental regulations, conduct periodic field audits and inspections of waste and water programs helping to drive resolution of audit and inspection findings.

Will assist the Environmental Supervisor in driving environmental priorities, mission, and vision of the company.  Will supervise the Environmental Laborer, if such a position is in place or other such designated person(s), who will assist with walk-downs, data collection, special waste deliveries, and other tasks as required. 


  • B.S. degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, or Environmental Science preferred. 
  • Specialized environmental technical training or a 2-year associate’s degree / certificate program in an applied science will be considered with experience in chemicals manufacturing
  • 2-5 years’ experience working with environmental programs relative to the chemicals industry
  • Experience working in process industries such as chemicals production (preferred), gas & oil, refineries, energy, or waste management
  • Must have working knowledge of Environmental & Safety regulations, technology, and practices
  • Must have knowledge of environmental regulations such as the Clean Water Act (CWA), Clean Air Act (CAA), Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) and understand the company’s compliance obligations.
  • Must be capable of using electronic tools and databases to report EHS information
  • Must be able to work independently within the scope and accountabilities of the job, exercise sound judgment and technical know-how, and timely communicate environmental problems, concerns and issues to appropriate management.  
  • Must have the ability to communicate in non-technical terms to non-technical individuals.
  • Knowledge and understanding use of Microsoft Products, including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint
  • Minimal travel may be required as business needs dictate.
  • Experience working in a union environment is a plus.


  • Will perform these tasks under the supervision of an experienced EHS department supervisor or EHS Director
  • Systems Operation: Monitor the Soil Vapor Extraction (SVE) systems; groundwater; wastewater systems; waste storage/disposal and manage contract services required for field compliance functions/reporting.
  • Compliance Calendar:  Complete assigned compliance tasks per compliance calendar schedule
  • Data Management:  Set / monitor / report data for environmental discipline
  • Emergency Response:  Train & participate as a member of the Emergency Response Team (ERT)
  • Procedures: Maintain existing procedures; aid in development of new environmental procedures as business needs dictate
  • Risk Management:  Recognize and define environmental risks and incidents
  • Environmental Management System (EMS):  SupportEMS to be current with plant operations and associated regulatory, and Responsible Care® (RCMS) requirements
  • Inspections:  Conduct/report inspections of compliance assigned in all environmental areas
  • Incident Management System (IMS):  Input / utilize the IMS incident management Multi-Media incidents to closure

Physical Requirements and Work Environment:

  • Must be able to work around hazardous chemicals frequently with occasional exposure to dust
  • Must be able to work flexible hours when the need arises that may include weekends, off shifts, and holidays, depending on business necessity
  • Must be able to wear personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Must be able to respond to visual and audible alarms and paging
  • Will be exposed to outside weather elements (i.e. rain, snow, cold, heat)
  • Must be able to move freely around production areas
  • Must be able to ascend/descend stairs/ladders, move about the plant and office, bending, kneeling, crouching, squatting, twisting, stooping
  • Must be able to occasionally move objects weighing up to 10 lbs. routinely and up to 50 lbs. occasionally

Strength in the following competencies:
Thoroughness - Analytical Thinking - Ability to Learn - Self-development – Adaptability – Flexibility - Self-Control – Tenacity - Concern for Impact - Rational Persuasion – Initiative - Critical Information Seeking - Concern for Standards - Results Oriented

Medical, prescription, dental, company paid life insurance, bonus potential, matching 401 (k), vacation, 11 paid holidays.  Salary will be commensurate with education, training, and background experience. 

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