Job Locations US-AK-KODIAK
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift Preference
Day Shift

About Us

When you work at Chugach Government Solutions (CGS), you join a proud legacy of supporting missions while sustaining culture.


The federal division of Chugach Alaska Corporation, CGS has been supporting critical missions as a government contractor for over 25 years. Our focus is to support facility maintenance, IT/technical services, construction and education. We are proud to have built, and continue to foster, an incredibly talented team spanning across the globe in hundreds of different fields – each team member proud to serve our country with first-class business services, while also making a difference for our Chugach shareholders. 


At CGS, empowering employees is a part of our core, and that focus is one of the ways we build and foster high-performing teams. We empower our employees through competitive compensation and benefits package, professional growth opportunities, truthful communication, and more!


If you are looking for an opportunity to serve something bigger than yourself; if you want your day job to be one that creates meaningful value; if you are looking for an environment that highly values employees and respects individual differences – then Chugach Government Solutions may be the right fit for you!

Job Overview

The Environmental Program Manager position is responsible for implementing and sustaining a comprehensive EMS of sufficient scope and capability and the capacity to ensure that the operations remain fully environmentally regulatory compliant at all times and foster proactive environmental stewardship.  Responsible for all aspects of the ISO compliance and the establishment of internal processes/controls and environment programs.


Essential Duties & Job Functions:

  • Develops, implements, and oversees all environmental management plans and programs.
  • Ensures Contractor and subcontractor compliance with Installation, state, federal and local regulations and the environmental requirements of the contract.
  • Develops, updates, implements and ensures Contractor and subcontractor compliance with the following plans: Storm Water Pollution Prevention, Emergency Planning, Community Right to Know (EPCRA), Clean Air Act, Pollution Prevention, Safe Drinking Water Act, National Environmental Policy Act, Endangered Species Act, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, and Lead Paint / Asbestos management requirements and regulations. 
  • Attends Installation Environmental Office meetings pertaining to environmental protection and all compliance related matters.
  • Ensures all documents, records, permits and other environmental data required by state, federal, local regulations, as well as the contract, are maintained by the Contractor and provided as requested.
  • Oversees the collection, storage, labeling, and proper distribution of all hazardous waste.
  • Oversees the proper environmental sampling of unknown, potentially hazardous materials for laboratory analysis and writes technical reports based on analytical results.
  • Oversees all Spill Response Team activities associated with spills or leakage of hazardous materials.
  • Prepares the annual hazardous waste reports and hazardous material inventory reports.
  • Operates and inspects the Less Than 90-Day: hazardous waste accumulation areas, including consolidation of hazardous waste.
  • May assist in the development, update, and implementation of Pest Management Plan.
  • Ensures all referenced environmental training is attended by Contractor and subcontractor personnel and is properly documented.
  • Backfills for technical staff as needed.
  • Performs other related work as assigned.

Job Requirements


  • Minimum of four (4) years' experience in managing environmental programs comparable to this effort.
  • Completion of a four (4) year undergraduate or a graduate degree from a nationally or internationally accredited postsecondary institution in any field or a two-year degree from a nationally or internationally accredited postsecondary institution in environmental science or another related scientific.
  • Possession of a current Certified Hazardous Material Managers (CHMM) qualification or a National Registry of Environmental Professionals Registered Environmental Manager (REM). Alternately, can have five years of environmental protection experience to include: knowledge of the established principles, concepts, and methods of environmental protection program work and skill in applying this knowledge in performing a variety of duties involving the management, coordination, monitoring, oversight, or evaluation of routine programs, projects, or activities.
  • Knowledge and understanding of recognized reference standards, regulatory requirements, and pertinent statutes sufficient to assure environmental compliance and provide routine technical assistance to 0perating personnel and managers.
  • Practical knowledge and understanding of one or more environmental sciences related fields (e.g., biology, ecology, chemistry, hydrology, radiation physics, environmental law, real property functions, statistics) sufficient to assess and correlate environmental data, verify results, and discuss technical aspects of work with engineers and other environmental.
  • Skill in using standard data gathering and analysis techniques to collect and review technical information on environmental activities or quality and to identify and solve problems of a procedural or factual.
  • The ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing to prepare and conduct briefings or training programs, lead group conferences, and write reports.
  • Knowledge of statutes, regulations, licensing and permitting requirements, and precedent decisions governing environmental operations sufficient to use in planning, implementing, or monitoring environmental programs and services (e.g., determining needs, evaluating program effectiveness, assuring compliance with regulations).
  • Experience of management, administrative, or coordinative knowledge and skill sufficient to provide advisory, reviewing, evaluating, educating and training, negotiating, or problem-solving services (as a "troubleshooter," specialist, or coordinator) on specific problems, project programs, or functions (e.g., developing, coordinating, reviewing, and evaluating the implementation of work plans, including estimates of staffing needs, equipment, and supplies, and detailed instructions necessary to carry out the plans).
  • Must illustrate at least three (3) years of specific contaminated site experience and demonstrated experience to meet ADEC qualified sampler and Qualified Environmental.
  • Must obtain and maintain certification as an Alaska Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (AK-CESCL).
  • Must hold a current TWIG identification card.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain SECRET Security clearance if required.
  • Ability to successfully pass any background checks and/or drug testing required on the contract.
  • U.S. Citizenship.

Reasonable Accommodation:

CGS will provide reasonable accommodations, according to applicable state and federal laws, to all qualified individuals with physical or mental disabilities.


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