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The Mosaic Company Manager Water Planning and Operations in Bowling Green, Florida

Are you our next Manager Water Planning and Operations?

This role will manage the planning and operations support team that provides water-management related technical leadership for Mosaic’s North America phosphate business, inclusive of all mining and manufacturing activities in Florida and Louisiana. Provide subject matter expertise and technical leadership to the broader business unit to support development and maintenance of a comprehensive water management strategy and continuous improvement initiatives that leverage technology to reduce risk and drive efficiency in the business. Also, support the identification, development, and implementation of innovative technologies and strategies to modernize and streamline how the business plans, monitors, reports, and manages water at the facility level. This role closely collaborates with facility and functional support teams to ensure that water management objectives, operational goals, and environmental risks are properly identified, communicated, and managed in a balanced manner. There will be travel to Florida locations expected approx. 15% and to Louisiana locations 5-10% based on business needs.

What will you do?

  • Provide technical leadership to the team responsible for developing, maintaining, and communicating the comprehensive water management plan for all Florida mining facilities (active and idle). This role also provides leadership to development and submittal of regulatory reports for water inventory management to various agencies as needed. Build, manipulate, maintain and implement databases, data structures, and data processes to meet business needs. Collaborate with others to categorize and aggregate data to develop and improve dashboards. Identify opportunities for standardization of processes to ensure best practices across all facilities.

  • Provide technical leadership to the team responsible for developing, maintaining, and communicating the comprehensive water management plan for all concentrate facilities in Florida and Louisiana (active and idle). This role also provides leadership to development and submittal of regulatory reports for water inventory / gypsum stack management to various agencies as needed.

  • Collaborate with facility leadership teams and functional support teams in the identification and balanced management of water supply, water inventories and environmental risks. Identify and provide visibility and focus on key water issues.

  • Coordinate the timely development and two-way communication of planning information between the Water Strategy team, operations teams, and functional support teams. This role supports overall water team’s goals on achieving minimum inventory.

  • Provide leadership in identifying, developing, and implementing innovative technologies and strategies to modernize and streamline how the business plans, monitors, reports, and manages water.

  • Provide work direction to the team as well as timely and constructive feedback to ensure employees have a clear understanding of their work, roles, business goals and performance standards. Manage performance issues when necessary. Develop and coach employees to retain and grow organizational talent. Support employees in their career development at Mosaic.

What do you need for this role?

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering (Chemical, Civil, Environmental, Mining, or related) and 8+ years related experience in utilizing engineering principles and technology to assess and manage water-related risks and challenges.

  • Familiarity with regulatory programs and processes associated with industrial water management.

  • Demonstrated application of statistical evaluation techniques to assess and develop risk management strategies.

  • Project management and technical leadership experience.

  • Microsoft Suite with advanced Excel capabilities.

  • Functional knowledge of ESRI GIS applications.

  • Development and implementation of water balance models and processes.

  • Functional knowledge of statistics and risk management applications.

  • Ability to lead and develop technical staff.

  • Ability to clearly and effectively communicate to multi-disciplinary audience.

Preferred Experience/Qualifications

  • Masters Degree in Engineering (Chemical, Civil, Environmental, Mining, or related) and 10+ years related experience.

  • Experience in assessing and developing short and long-term water management strategies for phosphate mining and processing facilities.

  • Experience in developing custom computer models and software customizations to address specific situational needs and circumstances and to improve the overall efficiency of work processes.

  • Specific knowledge and experience with the regulatory programs and rules governing phosphate mining and processing facilities in Florida.

  • Comfortable and familiar with providing technical leadership to multi-disciplinary teams consisting of technical, operational, financial, and legal resources.

  • Professional Engineer

  • Functional programming and database management practices.

  • Advanced knowledge of ESRI GIS processing and customization skills.

  • Experience with field instrumentation data collection, automation, and processing.

  • Development and implementation of commercial and custom water balance models and processes in n industrial setting.

  • Familiarity with public and private data sources and processing techniques for climatic, hydrologic, and land-use data.

  • Advanced statistical evaluation skills.

  • Specific technical and scientific knowledge of water cycle and associated processes.

  • Working knowledge of standard surface, ground, and integrated water modeling tools.

  • Familiarity with SE United States phosphate industry operations.

The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an individual to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform other job functions. Must be able to safely perform the job without posing a direct threat to the safety of his or her own self, or the safety of others.

Mosaic is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values the strength diversity brings to the workplace.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status. Mosaic participates in the US E-Verify program.

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The Mosaic Company

The Mosaic Company is the world's leading integrated producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash. We employ more than 15,000 people in six countries and participate in every aspect of crop nutrition development.

We conduct our work with integrity and excellence, and we strive to be a thoughtful neighbor in each of our operating communities. We use our financial resources, expertise and innovative spirit to demonstrate our shared commitment to good corporate citizenship.

The Mosaic Company (NYSE:MOS) is a Fortune 500 company headquartered in Tampa, Florida.

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At Mosaic, we believe success comes when we make smart choices about our stewardship of the environment, how we engage our people, and the way we manage our resources. We’re committed to maintaining a safe, healthy and respectful work environment for our workforce. And we’re dedicated to ensuring Mosaic is a place where people are proud to work and grow.

Mosaic is always looking for bright, passionate individuals who are motivated by our purpose, and who want to build their careers with a global leader in agriculture. We offer a competitive salary and benefits, as well as meaningful career development opportunities.

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