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Supply Chain - Corporate

Lead Environmental Compliance Specialist

Ann Arbor, Michigan, Domino's Pizza LLC

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Job Description

This role has overall responsibility to support, coordinate, and provide direction to Supply Chain on compliance with environmental laws, regulations, and standards. The role will also be responsible for performing routine inspections, leading compliance trainings, and completing required regulatory reporting.



(60%) Lead Environmental Compliance Efforts for Supply Chain Activities

  • Interpret and apply environmental regulations to company operations
  • Provide information and explanation of environmental regulations, requirements, and policies to internal stakeholders
  • Serve as the primary liaison for regulatory agencies on matters related to environmental compliance
  • Maintain, update, and prepare local, state, and federal environmental permit applications
  • Maintain knowledge of regulatory reporting submittal status for Supply Chain sites in North America and ensure timely submittals of all required documentation
  • Conduct internal inspections and audits
  • Partner with internal and external stakeholders on compliance efforts related to
    • Storm Water
    • Wastewater
    • Air quality, including emission calculations and refrigerant management
    • Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Laws (Section 302 & Tier II Reporting)
    • Chemical management regulations (SPCC and state specific plans)Non-hazardous and hazardous waste management
  • Solicit, retain, and manage contractors to assist with compliance efforts as needed
  • Work with cross-functional teams to identify environmental regulatory requirements for project, expansions, and new construction
  • Work both independently and with cross-functional teams to develop and implement action plans and associated activities ensuring compliance
  • Support Environmental Compliance Manager with tasks and activities

(30%) Drive environmental compliance through KPI tracking, training, education, and SOP development

  • Identify appropriate environmental compliance KPIs
  • Partner with internal teams to develop and implement environmental compliance scorecard for each Supply Chain location, update and distribute monthly
  • Create annual training calendar and ensure regulatory training deadlines are met
  • Develop office and field personnel regulatory training materials
  • Support onboarding of new Supply Chain team members
  • Facilitate the development, introduction, and tracking of required work for Supply Chain sites located across North America

(10%) Tracking regulatory changes and applicable legislation

  • Proactively track regulatory changes and advise internal teams on upcoming changes that could affect Supply Chain operations, recordkeeping and/or reporting requirements
  • Create and implement compliance roadmaps, policies and SOPs ensuring compliance ahead of emerging regulations
  • Build a network of internal and external contacts to stay abreast of changes


  • 3-5 years of environmental compliance experience in manufacturing, operations, or engineering roles
  • Food manufacturing and distribution experience, preferred
  • Experience within a multi-site and multi-state company
  • Demonstrated problem solving skills with a solution-focused mindset
  • Excellent Project Management skills
  • Ability to influence and drive results
  • Strong, effective communicator – facilitation, written and verbal
  • Able to work in both an office and field setting
  • Ability to travel to Canada
  • Travel requirement is up to 50%

Additional Information

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.


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