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Southern California Edison’s (SCE) service territory encompasses a large portion of the southern part of the state of California, which includes regions that have the worst air quality (AQ) in the entire country. As a result air pollution rules, regulations, restrictions and other requirements are often the most stringent in the entire world. SCE owns and operates a fleet of power plants, including one that serves the island of Catalina, all of which are subject to extremely stringent AQ requirements. In addition, SCE has hundreds of facilities in its distribution network that are subject to stringent AQ regulations.
To serve its 50,000 square mile territory SCE also owns large fleets of both on-road and off-road vehicles, including hundreds of trucks. Further, the State of California has imposed extremely stringent Toxic Air Contaminant (TAC) rules on all mobile or stationary equipment in the state that burns diesel fuel, which requires constant vigilance to ensure that emissions from SCE’s diesel-fueled equipment (including truck fleets, engines that drive emergency generators system-wide, and the power plant on Catalina) remain in compliance with TAC rules.
All of the above provides a challenging and rewarding opportunity for SCE’s Corporate Air Quality Manager!
This position is responsible for overseeing and leading all efforts companywide to achieve and maintain compliance with all AQ statutes, regulations, rules and conditions of air pollution permits across all SCE organizations. The position leads a group of six subject matter experts (SME) across all AQ disciplines, and establishes corporate standards that ensure SCE operating units perform all tasks necessary to maintain compliance with AQ regulatory requirements. The AQ Section (AQS) assists those SCE organizations with permit applications critical to company capital projects and core operations. Non-compliance with AQ requirements can have potentially significant financial impacts to SCE and harm the company’s ability to continue to operate the business.
The successful candidate must possess excellent technical skills, as well as have the ability: