Job Reference Code: 0260
Salary: $90K-$110K+20% Bonus & Stock
Last Updated: 08/23/2017
We have been retained to fill a terrific opportunity to join a truly great company! This company has had double digit growth for 10 years. We need a EHS Manager with a passion for sustainability and a strong track record of developing strong safety programs. Go to work for a company who truly believes in people, sustainability and their foot print on the planet!
Have demonstrated experience with Environmental, Health, and Safety program development, implementation and training including: lock out/tag out, confined space entry, chemical hygiene, respiratory protection, fall protection, hazardous and non-hazardous waste management, chemical management and behavior based safety programs.
- BA or BS required.
- 10 years’ experience in supervisory/ management role.
- Lean training desired
- Behavior-based safety training/experience a plus
- Able to work collaboratively with all teams and departments to continuously improve environmental, health, and safety performance in plant.
- Creatively manage numerous tasks and set priorities to solve and prevent problems, with ability to delegate work responsibilities as required.
- Ability to prepare reports and correspondence and to perform analysis of data.
- Display individual leadership skills, resolve problems/conflicts, and mentor/coach as needed.
- Experience with OSHA and EPA regulations and application in food production.
- Knowledge of hazardous and infectious waste management.
- Experience with DOT Hazardous Shipping Regulations.
- Experienced at training maintenance and production personnel.
- Experience with previous manufacturing plant or line start-ups a strong plus.
The EHS Manager will coordinate and execute environmental, health and safety programs to ensure compliance with government laws and regulations and to establish and reinforce a safety culture of responsibility within the workplace. The EHS Manager establishes daily behavior based safety activities for teams and managers, including safety walks, shift safety talking points, and safety pinpoints. The EHS Manager is also responsible for assisting managers in the development of procedures based on regulatory and company requirements, and with reporting/CAPA of injuries or facility safety opportunities.
- Analyze environmental, health, and safety conditions and recommends changes to continuously improve facility performance.
- Develop and implement processes and procedures (SOP's) to ensure facility compliance with company and regulatory agency policies including federal, state, and local legislation and also regulations pertaining to worker safety and preservation of the environment.
- Administer training programs for safety incident prevention, protection, and EHS management systems.
- Provide guidance and oversight of all incident investigations. Lead, coordinate and participate in the investigations as needed to ensure effective corrective action/ preventive action closure for incidents.
- Responsible for maintaining the EHS budget for the plant. Will also assist other managers in allotting for appropriate funding to complete EHS goals.
- Responsible for strategic leadership and implementation of EHS systems.