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- Norwell, MA 02061
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SVP of Transportation Compliance
ExecuNet • Norwell, MA
Posted 1 month ago
The Sr Vice President, Transportation Compliance is responsible for ensuring that all company activities involving transportation via highway, rail, vessel or air are conducted in strict compliance with all applicable, Federal, State, Provincial, local and Foreign (where needed) requirements. This position manages both the Corporate based Transportation Compliance personnel as well as field-based personnel as well as the Fleet Tracking Telematics and Customs Compliance.
Why work for Company
- Health and Safety is our #1 priority and we live it 3-6-5!
- Competitive wages
- Comprehensive health benefits coverage after 30 days of full-time employment
- Group 401K with company matching component
- Generous paid time off, company paid training and tuition reimbursement
- Positive and safe work environments
- Opportunities for growth and development for all the stages of your
- Ensuring that Health and Safety is the number one priority by complying with all safe work practices, policies, and processes and acting in a safe manner at all times;
- Maintain a "satisfactory" safety rating or its equivalent for all motor carriers operating under Clean Harbor's control; Insure Company safety and security plan is current and in place. Update as necessary. Address all security related issues and/or concerns;
- Evaluate and recommend fleet safety/compliance improvement projects. Develop, gain approval and implement same; Investigate all incidents and accidents, obtain all relevant information, make all necessary oral and/or written notifications and track and confirm corrective actions. Participate in all relevant accident/incident review meetings.
- Maintain a thorough working knowledge of applicable Federal, State, and Provincial regulations pertaining to transportation and solid/hazardous waste rules;
- Maintain the regulations and procedures to affect compliant imports and exports of equipment and supplies. Review new and/or amended regulations, obtain clarifications and provide guidance documents to applicable company employees and operational groups;
- Oversee all Federal, State, Provincial and local transportation permitting activities including related operating and fee report preparation and submittal;
- Reconcile all associated fees and allocate appropriately; Partner with Facility Compliance to insure Truck-to Truck transfer network is managed and operated in compliance with Federal, State, Provincial and Local regulations. Maintain and update Compliance manual.
- Oversee and direct internal audit and inspection program at all field locations. Develop and implement corrective actions as needed. Support the preparation and response to all transportation related external audits & inspections;
- Develop and maintain a comprehensive data collection and reporting program to provide both internal and external customers relevant transportation related statistics. Process all inspections, citations, notices of violations and allocate all associated costs. Negotiate, on a case by case basis settlement agreements with applicable government agencies. Implement and manage a telematics program and reporting package;
- Act as liaison with various government agencies.
- Partner with other internal departments as needed as part of acquisition integration activities
- Manage Trans Compliance related policies and procedures for the organization (managing the SharePoint site and its content).
- Liaison between Transportation Compliance and other corporate departments to insure policies, procedures and programs do not contradict and/or conflict with other corporate initiatives. Insure clear communication exists between departments and all requested assistance is rendered. Maintain close partnership with Fleet Operations Department and insure goals and objectives are aligned;
- Partner with Internal Regulatory Training to insure all applicable training materials and reference materials are current, develop and implement stand alone topic driven awareness modules, develop, implement and deliver specific topic driven training courses (i.e. Coordinator & General Manager Training);
- Provide 24/7 on call services for transportation related incidents and events. Insure all applicable staff and departments are informed and all necessary support, guidance and assistance is rendered.
What does it take to work for Company
- A Bachelor’s degree in logistics, environmental sciences, transportation business, engineering or related technical field is required, with an MBA or other advanced degree preferred.
- 10+ years of management experience.
- Knowledge of Department of Transportation (US DOT) Transport Canada, Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA/EPA Canada) laws and regulations;
- Knowledge of the US DOT’s Hazardous Materials Regulations, US Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, Transport Canada Regulations, Environment Canada Regulations and state & provincial specific hazardous/solid waste regulations.
- Hands on, immersed into the details, roll up your sleeves, collaborative.
- Ability to create direction for the whole operational organization; develop formal programs ability to leverage sophisticated numerical analyses to drive decision making.
- Industry and company knowledge, selling and negotiation, relationship building.
- Communication, leadership and team building, operational improvements and delivery.
- Strong business analysis skills combined with the ability to exercise sound judgment and initiative
- Superior leadership and people management skills. Ability to build a team.
- 10%+ travel required.