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Safety/EHS /Environmental Engineering Jobs


Sr. EHS Manager, Central AR to 125K + bonus


The Sr. Manager is responsible for providing strategic and functional leadership in effectively developing and deploying safety measures to achieve targeted business results. Working as a key member of the Commercial business unit, he or she will identify business challenges/opportunities and develop/implement effective safety plans across the factory helping to craft the overall safety strategy and drive detailed execution.

                  
Close partner with General Plant Manager and the plant leadership team.
Key contributor to creating and executing the factory safety business plan.
Implement best in class Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) strategies, programs and practices.
Ensures compliance with all HSE laws and regulations.
Develops new and creative methods to drive continuous improvement of HSE practices.
Acts as advisor to HSE administration team regarding projects, tasks, and operations.
Monitors the removal of physical, biological and chemical hazards, and training of employees on safety policies, procedures, and regulations.
Ensures all necessary records are maintained and prepared according to established guidelines.
Manages the hiring, direction, assessment and development of a team of HSE professionals.
Able to motivate and lead teams to achieve goals.
Champion the Commercial culture, driving an environment of accountability, open communication, and high ethical standards
Drive process and efficiency improvement across all functions of the safety department
Provide change management leadership to be proactive in anticipating, assessing, and addressing the needs of the factory
Must have proven success in driving continuous improvement in HSE.
Support the Vision and Mission statement of the Commercial business segment
Exceptional written, verbal, and interpersonal skills that result in effective communications.
Exceptional presentation skills to senior executives.
Strong knowledge of developing and implementing training programs.
Lean and Six Sigma preferred.
Experience using Apollo Root Cause Analysis (RCA), Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), or similar robust problem solving tools. 

Qualifications Professional


Successful, 8+ year track record in large, single site industrial manufacturing organizations
Significant safety, health and environmental experience and knowledge of safety metrics
Bachelor’s degree in HSE, engineering or equivalent. Advanced degree preferred. 

Successful experience in a plant with best in class HSE practices. Certified Safety Professional (CSP) preferred.
A demonstrated capacity to navigate effectively in a matrix environment
Highest level of expertise and practical knowledge of health, safety, environmental and workers compensation best practices.
Exceptional written, verbal, and interpersonal skills that result in effective communications.
Exceptional presentation skills to senior executives.
Strong knowledge of developing and implementing training programs.
Must have proven success in driving continuous improvement in HSE.
Lean and Six Sigma preferred.
Able to motivate and lead teams to achieve goals.

EHS Engineer, Greenville, SC to 90K


Our client is a global automotive Tier I supplier that is expanding rapidly. They specialize in the development and manufacturer of plastic products and hi-tech molds for OEM and Tier I suppliers.  They are seeking an EHS Engineer to develop and implement an environmentally and safety compliant workplace. Will assess workplace hazards and lead safety committee & production associates. Observe facility practices and ensure compliance. Develop and deliver effective EHS training and perform investigations.  
Responsibilities and Duties
 
Environmental : Working knowledge in air, water, solid waste and hazardous materials transportation. Record keeping/reporting, inspection and training.


Industrial Safety : Knowledge in emergency response, electrical safety, bloodborne pathogens, hazardous communication, compressed air, machine guards, lockout/tagout, hand and power tools, overhead cranes, confined space, OSHA recordables and ergonomics. Desire to understand and improve industrial processes and better apply safety programs. 
Industrial Hygiene : Collect samples of dust, gas and other potentially hazardous material for analysis. Review and interpret results and recommend/implement improvements.  


Compliance : Ensure OSHA and EPA compliance . Knowledgeable of federal, state and local laws and codes . Evaluate new construction, capital projects and process modifications for EHS strategies.


Training and Leadership : Provide EHS training to plant employees. Ensure safety committee are on track and engaged. Counsel employees and management concerning safe work practices.  


Programs and Projects : Develops and coordinate programs for EHS awareness to prevent unsafe conditions or behavior. Oversee on-site contractors for EHS compliance. 


Accident Prevention and Investigation : Demonstrates hands-on application of technical knowledge. Conducts accident investigations and promptly reviews accident reports to identify patterns of injury and to determine whether unsafe conditions contributed to the accident. Advise management of trends in injuries and safety procedures.  

Qualifications and Skills
 
Education: Prefer bachelors in Engineering or scientific discipline  
Experience: 4+ years working in manufacturing EHS. Experience with ISO14001auditing processes required.



Divisional EHS Director, Oak Brook, IL to 160K


The Environment, Health & Safety Director will provide strategic direction and support for the company initiatives related to Health Safety Environmental Affairs across multiple sites. This role will lead and support operations efforts to identify, eliminate and reduce exposures to create a safe and compliant work environment. 


As an integral member of the Division Management Team, the EH&S Director will coach and advise the division and site management teams to ensure execution with regard to the EHS Management system. He/She will be responsible for aligning the corporate EHS strategy that drives EHS accountability company wide. The Division EHS Director will be responsible for that prevent exposures to people, property and the environment. 


Position Responsibilities: 


Directs day-to-day activities of assigned H&S personnel.
Works as a Subject Matter Expert to develop implement and audit corporate standards and programs to ensure sites are in compliance with Company and regulatory environment, health and safety requirements.


Measures and supports core activities within division and respective sites to ensure common objectives, as well as interaction with site management team, team leaders, and site employees to increase awareness and drive safe and compliant work.


Identifies opportunities for training to improve awareness and performance within division and respective sites.  
Serves as liaison between assigned facilities and the Corporate EHS in the execution of corporate EHS initiatives.
Analyzes incident data to identify trends as well as ensure validate corrective and preventive actions are adhered to and shared across sites.


Performs job site analysis to determine employee and a property exposure, and institute safe work practices.
Identify, develop and communicate plans to close critical gaps or findings from internal and external audits related to environmental, health and safety, security, and loss prevention and drive appropriate corrective actions.


Ensures appropriate oversight for execution of Environmental compliance activities, including; SWPPP (Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan), NPDES (National Pollution Discharge Elimination System) Permit, Internal/External Environmental Audits, Air Pollution Permit, Air Quality Inspections, Dust Collector Reports, Hazardous Waste, TIER II Report Corporate Environmental Audit and present annual training.
Provides support for escalated security-related events.
Supports division and site efforts related to property inspections and loss prevention findings.
Develops plans to address divisional risk/claims management exposures. 


Qualifications and Requirements: 


B.S. degree in Safety Management, Environmental Health, or related field.
8+ years of progressive experience in leading and implementing environment, health and safety, and/or security programs.
Strong knowledge of health and safety regulations (OSHA, hazard communication, accident investigation, safety training methods, etc.)
Knowledgeable of industry best practices regarding PSM & RMP. Experience with combustible dust preferred.
Excellent communications skills required including, effective written and verbal, authoring reports, business correspondence, and procedures 
Experience in leading people in a manufacturing environment.  
Experience managing direct reports is preferred.

Plant EHS Manager, to 110K, Waterloo, IA


Must have at least 7+ years of plant safety, health and environmental leadership experience within manufacturing operations. 


This position will be responsible for management of facility EHS programs required to ensure conformance with corporate policies and compliance with applicable laws and regulations (50% safety/health and 50% environmental). The plant employs (300) non-union employees, will report into the Plant Manager and oversee a (4) person EHS Department.   
 
Key personality traits should include strategic EHS development and implementation along with a collaborative approach throughout all levels. 
 
Must have the ability to lead a staff and EHS program within manufacturing operations. Excellent opportunity to continue building sustainable EHS programs within a complex production site.  

EHS Manager, To 90K, Atlanta, GA


The EH&S Manager will provide Safety, Environmental and strategic direction by leading and supporting operations efforts to identify, eliminate and reduce exposures to create a safe and accident-free work environment. As an integral member of the Plant Management Team, the EH&S Manager will support and advise site management with regard to the Company Safety Management system. Will formulate a proactive, local EHS strategy that drives the plant to become sustainable, healthy and safe operationally. the EH&S Manager will lead the effort to eliminate, prevent or reduce the occurrence of safety, health and medical issues.


The EH&S Manager will act as a change agent to accelerate best practice sharing within the facility. Will serve as the site primary regulatory agency liaison and approval for all agency communications representative for Health and Safety.


Responsibilities:


Works as a Subject matter Expert to develop and implement site specific policies and programs to ensure the facility is in compliance with safety and health requirements in accordance with OSHA, EPA and Company standards.
Manage daily activities to ensure interaction with facility management team, team leaders, and facility employees in order to increase awareness and education levels with regards to safe and compliant work.
Assures the plants injury prevention plans are created and executed.
Analyze incident data to identify trends and incident types that can be prevented
Perform job site analysis to determine employee as well as a property exposure, and institute safe work practices
Conduct daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual safety inspections, document findings, and implement corrective actions
Maintain all site required documentation related to safety issues and safety programs (i.e. accident reports, inspection reports, corrective action logs, training records)
Responsible for hazardous waste control and disposal activities including training, collection, disposal and records maintenance and for conservation programs within the organization
Coordinate Environmental Duties including: SWPP, NPDES Permit, Internal/External Environmental Audits, Air Pollution Permit, Air Quality Inspections, Dust Cooector Reports, Hazardous Waste, TIER II Report Corporate Environmental Audit and present annual training.
Monitor and support security-related events
Participate and manage local risk/claims management program
The duties & responsibilities described are not a comprehensive list of all tasks.
Qualifications and Requirements:
Bachelor's degree; Master's degree preferred
3+ years of progressive experience in environmental, safety, and sustainability management within a manufacturing facility; Food and Beverage experience preferred.
Strong knowledge of safety regulations (OSHA, hazard communications, accident investigation and safety training methods)
Knowledgeable of industry best practice regarding safety and environmental approaches with PSM & RMP safety practices
Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals


EHS Manager, Rogers, AR to 80K


The EHS Manager is expected to coordinate and manage all day-to-day activities related to meeting all environmental, health and safety standards established by applicable regulation, as well as policies and procedures established internally. This position will be ideal for a floor-oriented people person who knows safety, OSHA, processes, and enjoys working with people to make a safety program come alive. The right candidate will have the ability to work with operations employees and managers to maintain engagement and involvement for a strong safety program.


How you will impact :


Responsible for regulatory assessments and efforts to maintain compliance with Federal, State, and local health and safety regulations
Lead efforts to comply with environmental regulations and develop measures to address ergonomics, air quality, and other aspects of workplace safety that could affect the health and well-being of employees.
Manage all aspects of the company’s Industrial Hygiene Program (air, noise, ergonomics, etc.).
Responsible for helping to lead, motivate, and foster a safety-conscious culture in the workplace to reduce incidents and injuries.
Conduct regular compliance audits and safety inspections of the facility and initiate corrective actions to eliminate hazards and promote a safe work environment
Develop effective safety/environmental communications utilizing various multi-media methods
Develop, implement, and administrate health and safety plans and training programs
Establish, facilitate, and lead a plant safety committee
Lead the investigation of accidents, determine causative factors, and implement corrective action to prevent recurrence
Develop task-specific job safety analyses for work performed at the facility
Maintain working knowledge of industry trends and practices regarding environmental health and safety
Provide innovative safety solutions and ideas
Have the patience to work “hands on” to help the entire team understand the company’s commitment to safety.


What you need to succeed:
Must possess excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to interface with employees at all levels of the organization.
Bachelor’s Degree in Health/Safety or related Science is strongly preferred
Experience in industrial manufacturing with a union work environment will be given preference
Working knowledge of Federal, State and local regulations and industry requirements
Strong written, verbal, and presentation communication skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Office software
Attention to detail with strong organizational skills
Effective at managing multiple priorities
Team building and influencing skills
Analytical/problem-solving
Possess a sense of urgency and self-motivation
Ability to work independently
May travel occasionally (<10%)


Safety Manager, South Sioux City, NE to 100K


Our food manufacturing client is seeking a Safety Manager for their South Sioux City, IA facility. The Safety Manager will drive all safety and environmental related initiatives throughout the facility ensuring all employees are provided the safest work environment achievable and maintaining operational compliance with company, customer and regulatory guidelines.
 
Must Have:
Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Health and Safety or related field. 
Minimum of 5 years of industrial experience in environmental, health and safety.
Knowledge of local, state and federal safety compliance and regulatory issues, including the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
OSHA 10 or 30 Hour Training (or equivalent).
Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or similar quality/EHS certifications desired, but not required.
Strong knowledge of QEH&S standards.
Knowledge of case management procedures and issues relating to workers compensation and other workplace safety issues.
 
Key Responsibilities:
The Safety Manager supervises and provides work direction to safety staff.
Organizes and schedules training sessions and provides onsite safety training for employees.
Performs onsite inspections to ensure compliance with OSHA and coordinates industrial hygiene services such as noise levels, equipment and air quality, etc.
Evaluates and provides guidelines on safety equipment and supplies according to ANSI standard.
Ensures compliance with OSHA standards.
Participates in regulatory agency inspections/audits, and develops and implements corrective actions.
Evaluates and continuously improves operational risk prevention process effectiveness.


EHS Manager, El Paso, TX to 90K


This position will be responsible for developing, managing, and executing EHS strategy and Corporate EHS programs, ensuring compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and effective risk management.  The EHS Manager will drive EHS improvements, and will play a lead role in helping the facility to achieve high engagement and empowerment with our employees. 

Responsibilities:
Lead a cultural change that will facilitate the journey to EHS Excellence.  Establish and maintain a cultural of integrity, credibility, and accountable for conducting periodic reviews and assessments to evaluate status of cultural change. 
Provide strategic leadership and work with management on identified EHS issues/recommendation/opportunities to foster continuous improvement of EHS culture and performance.
Lead and provide expert hands-on technical involvement on issues, programs, and processes to ensure compliance with EHS standards, policies, and interpretation of local and national EHS requirements, permits and regulations.
Develop and manage safety, health, environmental, and security programs, including, but is not limited to the following areas: air, hazardous waste, security, occupational safety, contractor safety, industrial hygiene, ergonomics, job safety analysis, fire prevention/protection, fleet safety, facility and asset security, workplace injury & illness, worker’s compensation claim and medical management, employee training and utility efficiency and conservation.
Manage Compliance Audits, Self-Audits, and Action Item tracking to timely closure.  Develop trend analysis and appropriate action plan.
Manage interactions and effectively communicate with all levels of the organization, outside support/consulting groups, and regulatory agencies.
Lead investigations of accident, incidents, and near misses to identify causes and to determine how to prevent reoccurrence. Support emergency response activities through the development of required drills and coordination of annual training.


Key Competencies:
A hands-on approach, ability to work as an integral part of the management team and engage with, and influence all levels of the organization is a must.
Ability to identify, assess, and lead/execute multiple continuous improvement projects simultaneously; must be able to work independently and demonstrate results. 
Strong interpersonal, facilitation, organizational, and verbal/written communication skills are required.  Strong analytical and problems solving skills are essential.
Business acumen, strategic planning, organizational assessment, and highly developed leadership skills.
Working knowledge of EHS practices, regulations, and potential EHS risks.
Ability to handle confidential information with great sensitivity.


Education and Experience:
Minimum 10+ years’ experience in a EHS role within a manufacturing environment is required; food processing experience a plus, but not required.
Minimum 7+ years’ supervisory experience is required.
B.S. Degree in Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Science, Engineering or a related technical discipline is required.  (Master’s Degree preferred).
Bi-lingual (Spanish) required
Professional certification (CSP), preferred.
Demonstrated proficiency in software applications: Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access.
Ability to w
ork in all possible environmental conditions.