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    Robert MacIntyre
    1001 Long Shore Street
    Evanston, IL 12345
    (123) 555-1234
    MacIntyre@thenet.net

JOB OBJECTIVE
Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
10 years as an Environmental Compliance Professional with recent experience in Environmental Protection and OSHA compliance.
Demonstrated ability to build rapport and resolve complex issues among multiple entities with conflicting interests.
Working knowledge of industrial and research settings.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1995-present SIDNEY LABS (SL), Chicago, IL
Environmental Compliance Specialist
LEADERSHIP
As Facility Coordinator for a building on the University of Chicago campus, closed out 85% of 1800 deficiencies, turned around maintenance and custodial standards, implemented a recycling program, and improved security.
As Chairperson of the Life Sciences Division Safety Committee, revitalized the group, improved productivity, increased recognition within SL, and facilitated a self-assessment inspection program.
Served as liaison between Principle Investigators and Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) Division. Developed strategies for EH&S compliance including OSHA and waste management.
As Manager of the Medical and Biohazardous Waste Program, developed a comprehensive compliance document including a generator's guide and training plan. Program was fully implemented in only five months.

COMPLIANCE ENFORCEMENT
Conducted advice visits to hazardous and mixed waste generators to review procedures, labeling practices, and adherence to accumulation time limits.
Updated and managed the Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program, which included the creation of four-page Monitoring Plans that were used as models by the Department of Energy (DOE).
Coordinated certification of tanks and secondary containment for six Permit-by-Rule (PBR) Hazardous Waste Treatment Units. Ensured upgrades were in compliance and directed the permit writing effort.

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Robert MacIntyre
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1994-1995 SAFETECH, Springfield, IL
Environmental Compliance Consultant
An environmental consulting firm providing support to DOE facilities.
Developed and wrote the first-ever Quality Control Inspection Plan/Procedure to monitor quality assurance of Pleasant Hills Laboratories' Hazardous Waste Management storage and treatment facilities. Plan was incorporated into their Part B Permit.
Audited hazardous waste management facilities and Waste Accumulation Areas (WAAs) for compliance with EPA and Cal-EPA regulations, and DOE policies. Waste included: hazardous, Radioactive (high and low level), and mixed.

1990-1994 U.S. AIR FORCE, Wichita, KS
Environmental Program Manager, 1993-1994
Environmental Compliance Specialist, 1993
Chemist, Materials Engineering, 1990-1993
An aircraft re-work facility comprised of 125 manufacturing shops and a materials engineering laboratory.
Ensured EH&S compliance in 75 WAAs by performing frequent surveillance and enhancing the training program.
Co-developed directives for issues including waste minimization, solvent substitution, recycling, chemical storage, fire safety, and OSHA standards.
Directed preparation of individual shop contingency plans for the site Hazardous Material Management Plan.

1987-1989 MARLON RIGGS HIGH SCHOOL, Topeka, KS
Physical and Inorganic Chemistry Advanced High School Teacher

1984-1987 TOXMOX INC., Topeka, CA
Chemist, 1987
Lab Technician, 1984-1987


EDUCATION
B.S., Biochemistry, Emporia State University, Emporia, KS, 1985
Seminars:
OSHA/RCRA Emergency Preparedness
Hazardous Materials Hazardous Waste
Fire Safety Underground Storage Tanks
Medical Waste Radioactive and Mixed Waste