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Environmental Manager Information
Environmental Managers are responsible for monitoring and regulating a company’s compliance with guidelines set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency. They are also responsible for developing, implementing and monitoring environmental strategies, policies and programs. They carry out environmental audits and assessments, identifying and resolving environmental problems and make sure necessary changes are implemented.
The work involves both in-office activities and field work, which can be conducted outside in all weather conditions. Must be mobile and have a reasonable fitness level for collecting data.
This career has a wide range of opportunity thought the U.S. and other countries.
The salary range for this position is $73,000 to $123,000 based on experience.
An Environmental manager position typically requires a bachelor's degree in environmental science, geology, biology or occupational health. To increase your employment chances you could earn a master's degree in any related field.
- Environmental management is important because it helps reduce the effect of global warming.
- Environmental management provides healthy living for both plants and animals.
- Many plants and animals will be at high risk of extinction in the future, if we don't conserve our environment.
Helping to reduce a company's liability by identifying environmental hazards and following the laws.
Society has become more aware and interested in dealing with businessses that are committed to reducing pollution.
Added expense for training and updating to new equipment.
Keeping all employee's within company compliance.
This is a picture of an environmental manager working on a power plant.
This is a picture of an environmental manager collecting data
This is a picture of an environmental manager leading his employees.
This is a hard hat and gloves. It's purpose is to keep the employee safe. It protects the head and hands when collecting data.
A laptop is important to an environmental manager because they could work on safety programs, maintain records and log books, or even prepare reports.
A clipboard is important to an environmental manager because without this, they would not be able to write down their data on a piece of paper.
This is a picture of an environmental manager transferring data from paper to his laptop.
This is a picture of an environmental manager training other employees.
This is a picture of an environmental manager collecting data from a local river.