The Andersons, Inc Manager, Regulatory Compliance in Maumee, Ohio


External Title Manager, Regulatory Compliance

Division Corporate Operations Services

Select work location OH - Maumee

Posting Description Position SummaryThe Regulatory Compliance Manager is responsible for coordinating the company’s hazard management compliance program, developing compliance strategies, and providing administrative oversight to meet growing regulatory certification and recordkeeping requirements. This position is also accountable for analyzing and monitoring the company’s numerous hazard management programs in order to ensure the protection of employees, customers, and others, as well as property and assets. Additionally, the Regulatory Compliance Manager is accountable to coordinate compliance with the various DOT regulations affecting the company, as well as supervise the DOT Compliance Administrator.DimensionsAll Company facilities, personnel and assets. Organizational RelationshipThe Regulatory Compliance Manager reports to the Senior Manager – Environmental Compliance, along with the Environmental Health Manager. Reporting to the Regulatory Compliance Manager is the DOT Compliance Administrator.Principal AccountabilitiesThe following accountabilities are to be carried out in a manner consistent with the spirit and philosophy outlined in The Andersons' Statement of Principles:1. Provide primary analysis of proposed rulemakings that are likely to have a significant impact on the company’s business units and develop recommendations for appropriate compliance strategies.2. Coordinate corporate, group, and divisional regulatory compliance efforts in the hazard management arena.3. Audit the company’s hazard management and loss prevention programs through continual review of policies, procedures, rules and guidelines; determine potential for environmental liability issues4. Facilitate the development of appropriate compliance plans and make recommendations to improve overall program effectiveness using annual loss prevention plans, risk surveys, reports/audits developed by outside agencies, and other available sources of information.5. Assist with the implementation of programs and procedures that assure compliance with DOT regulations at affected facilities; supervise the day-to-day activities of the DOT Compliance Administrator.6. Maintain the company’s Process Safety Management and Risk Management Programs. Ensure all regulatory requirements have been satisfied and necessary actions have been taken at all applicable facilities to maintain compliance. 7. Coordinate the Process Hazard Analysis function and the Management of Change program; ensure proper execution by all applicable parties.8. Ensure ongoing compliance with hazardous waste management matters at all affected facilities. Coordinate all disposal activities and recordkeeping and reporting requirements.9. Coordinate the completion and filing of all required regulatory reports, including annual chemical inventories (Tier II), toxic releases (Form R), pesticide repackaging, and USTs, among others.10. Maintain certifications and other records necessary to demonstrate on-going compliance with federal, state, and local health, safety, and environmental protection rules and regulations. 11. Serve as a resource to management, supervision, and the workforce in order to assist them in effectively performing their regulatory compliance and other hazard management tasksJob QualificationsEducation:Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate scientific discipline; continue to take advantage of educational opportunities that may be availableExperience:At least five years hazard management experienceAdditional Skills:Familiarity with all current and pending regulatory issues relating to OSHA, EPA, DOT, and other pertinent rulemaking agencies, including those at state and local levelsNote: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed, but are not to be seen as a complete list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Also, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer. The Andersons is a Drug-Free Workplace. The Andersons, Inc. is an EO employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability.#LI-LC1