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Company Name:
Approximate Salary:
Waterloo, Iowa
United States
Job Categories:
Environmental Engineer/Specialist: Single site
Industry Segments:
Environmental Services, General Manufacturing, Machinery & Equipment
Experience level:
1-2 years
Education level:
Bachelor's Degree
Reference Number:

Environmental Engineer

Your Responsibilities

As an Environmental Engineer for John Deere located in Waterloo, IA, you will implement environmental processes & programs to meet the ISO 14001 EMS requirements and comply with applicable laws and regulations at the Waterloo Foundry.  You will work closely with the Foundry Air Program owner to meet overall compliance requirements at the facility. In addition, you will:

  • Compile necessary data, documentation, and correspondence to comply with ENV regulations and EMS requirements.
  • Coordinate and conduct ENV audits to identify noncompliance with JD EMS and applicable laws and regulations.
  • Oversee the implementation of assigned programs (water & waste) and work direction to factory employees.
  • Develop and deliver relevant and effective environmental training for employees.


Visa sponsorship is NOT available for this position.

What Skills You Need

  • Experience with major environmental regulatory programs (air, water, waste, spill response), with skills to independently use the knowledge
  • Experience with environmental management systems and standards
  • Knowledge of manufacturing processes and interest in working in a factory setting
  • Ability to work semi-independently, assess priorities and deliver accurate and timely work product


What Makes You Stand Out

  • Experience working in a manufacturing environment
  • Understanding of AutoCAD, data analytics tools, and O365 suite
  • Experience working with Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001 or equivalent)
  • Ability to effectively communicate and build positive relationships with key stakeholders



Ideally, you will have a degree or equivalent work experience in the following:

  • Bachelor's degree in Environmental Engineering, chemical engineering or equivalent technical discipline