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Environmental Due Diligence and Remediation Coordinator at Magna International

Environmental Due Diligence and Remediation Coordinator

Magna International Aurora, Ontario, Canada, Ontario Full-Time

Job Number: 44343 
Group: Magna Corporate  
Division: Magna International Corporate Office 
Job Type: Permanent/Regular 
Location: AURORA 

Group Description 

At Magna, we create technology that disrupts the industry and solves big problems for consumers, our customers, and the world around us. We’re the only mobility technology company and supplier with complete expertise across the entire vehicle.

We are committed to quality and continuous improvement because our products impact millions of people every day. But we’re more than what we make. We are a group of entrepreneurial-minded people whose collective expertise gives us a competitive advantage. World Class Manufacturing is a journey and it’s our talented people who lead us on this journey.

Role Summary

The Environmental Remediation and Due Diligence Coordinator will be a member of the Environmental Team that is responsible for developing and implementing environmental compliance and industry best practice program for the Magna Group of companies. The position will be responsible for assisting with due diligence activities associated with new properties, merger and acquisitions, divestures, as well as management of environmental investigation and remediation activities. The position will primarily support Divisions and Groups in the Americas, but will also have Global Program responsibilities, including the development, implementation and maintenance of programs, policies and tools to support Environmental Programs. 

Key Responsibilities

•    Oversee the management of due diligence activities in the Americas, including liaising with Divisions, Groups, Legal, Real Estate and Consultants to establish scope, schedule, budget, and coordinate field activities
•    Review reports, provide comments and prepare a memorandum summarizing findings and future actions required, if any, to the Compliance Team and Division
•    Manage activities in HSELinx and MS Teams
•    Coordinate environmental remediation projects in the Americas including coordination of consultants, reviewing scope of work, providing technical feedback and recommendations to consultants and internal clients, managing budgets
•    Support Divisions in conducting necessary investigation and soil management activities related to construction requiring excavation of soil (i.e. new building construction, installation of subgrade features, etc.) as well as decommissioning of processes and structures that could have resulted in exposure of chemicals to the natural environment (soil, surface water, sediment, groundwater)
•    Review Real Estate Approval Forms (REAFs) and determine necessary actions or activities required to support the Groups and Divisions from a due diligence, remediation or construction perspective
•    Participate in global transaction due diligence activities when required
•    Identify and track Property Incidents and related Action Items    
•    Develop and update Property Applications on the HSELinx system
•    Assist in the development and implementation of policies/principles and procedures
•    Develop and maintain a property page on Magnet
•    Prepare presentations for the Magna EHS Conferences
•    Develop and execute training programs

Key Qualifications/Requirements

Knowledge and Education
•    Minimum of Bachelors of Science or Engineering degree in Chemistry, Geology, or Environmental
•    A minimum of one to two (1 - 2) years of relevant experience in working on environmental assessment and compliance programs and projects     

Work Experience
•    Familiarity with Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments and review and interpretation of laboratory and field data
•    Strong technical skills in website development and experience in application development in web based EHS software systems

Skills and Competencies
•    Ability to work independently
•    Ability to review and interpret environmental laws, regulations and standards
•    Strong interpersonal and communication (written and oral) skills
•    Ability to manage competing deadlines
•    Fluency in Spanish, German or Chinese is an asset
•    Experience with MS Office (Teams, Word, Excel, Sharepoint, Power BI)    

Additional Information

Accommodations for disabilities in relation to the job selection process are available upon request.

Work Environment
•    Standard office environment
•    Potential for overnight travel in North America up to 10% of the time

Special Requirements
Candidates will be required to complete a Criminal Records Check and, if deemed necessary, a Credit Check as part of the candidate selection process. 

Awareness. Unity. Empowerment.

At Magna, we believe that a diverse workforce is critical to our success. That’s why we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We hire on the basis of experience and qualifications, and in consideration of job requirements, regardless of, in particular, color, ancestry, religion, gender, origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability or gender identity. Magna takes the privacy of your personal information seriously. We discourage you from sending applications via email to comply with GDPR requirements and your local Data Privacy Law.


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