ID# 23-235 Location: Edmonton, AB
The Carbon Programs Manager will define and implement our Greenhouse Gas (GHG) compliance strategy for Canada focusing on the impact to the company and its valued customers. This requires a thorough knowledge of existing and evolving provincial and federal Canadian GHG regulations (e.g., technical understanding of regulations, reporting requirements, cap-and-trade/pricing systems) in these jurisdictions, ensuring systems and work processes are defined in advance of any new regulation or change in regulation, and being accountable for those work processes – testing, validating, documenting, reporting – to ensure accurate and timely full compliance.
As the subject matter expert on GHG regulations and compliance, the Carbon Programs Manager must effectively and credibly be able to communicate on this topic with Air Products’ employees, customers, regulators, and all third-party stakeholders.
In this role, you will manage the compliance program for existing GHG regulations as well as support our government relations team and business leaders through engagement with government entities during the comment phase of new or amended GHG regulations. You will work closely with business managers, government relations/advocacy, procurement, and our sustainability team, as part of the North America Safety, Health, Environment, and Quality (SHEQ) Center of Excellence, to ensure that cost effective solutions and work processes are in place to maintain Air Products’ compliance and position in the marketplace. This includes coordination and alignment, as appropriate/applicable, with a counterpart role managing U.S. GHG program compliance, providing back-up as/when necessary.
As Air Products brings on new low-carbon hydrogen assets, this leadership role will grow – playing a key role in defining and implementing our compliance strategy with the Clean Fuels Regulation as well as with commercial obligations to customers we supply. This role will be accountable for the CFR work processes and procedures, ensuring accurate and timely full compliance, working closely with the business and government relations team.
This role is based at our Edmonton office and will require roughly 15% travel to Ontario.
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