Facebook designs, builds, leases and operates the most innovative and efficient data centers in the world, and is responsible for deploying and supporting one of the world’s largest and complex terrestrial and subsea networks. Developing, operating and managing data center facilities and network infrastructure the “right” way is synonymous with ensuring high uptime, capacity availability, flexibility and capital cost efficiency in a safe working environment. Facebook evaluates sites across the world for data center and network development, and is seeking an environmental expert to lead and manage environmental due diligence and environmental permitting for our global infrastructure portfolio with a focus on network and data centers. This position will report directly to the Manager of the Environment & Water Team. Comprehensive environmental technical expertise as well as excellent communication, organizational and program management skills are required for this position. Some travel may be needed to visit our data center or network installation sites and attend agency and stakeholder meetings. This position is full-time and located in Fremont, California; Seattle, Washington; Denver, Colorado; or Reston, Virginia.
Environmental Specialist Responsibilities
Lead environmental due diligence and environmental permitting across multiple development efforts globally with a focus on network installation and data center development, including Section 404 and Section 106 consultation in the U.S. and/or Environmental Impact Reports/Assessments, where needed.
Identify and evaluate environmental permitting risks and regulatory changes affecting relevant development projects with a focus on network installation and data center development. Ensure and track adherence to environmental compliance obligations, including those outlined in permits or planning approvals.
Develop, summarize and communicate environmental risks and/or obligations across multiple diverse Facebook teams, including network, data center, policy, legal, and communications teams.
Bachelor’s degree and 10+ years professional experience in environmental planning, science, engineering, or other related field.
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