Manager, Environmental, Health & Safety

Key Accountabilities Provide strategic leadership for EHS program development to achieve cultural permanence, site-specific performance objectives and program implementation goals. Maintain understanding and knowledge of current applicable federal, state, local regulations and company policies. Coordinate and conduct the injury review process to determine and correct root cause. Lead and manage the implementation of injury reduction efforts. Promote "Zero Injury Culture" initiatives. Track and report operational safety performance. Support the environmental functions of the business as warranted/assigned. Maintain reporting requirements for the environmental calendar. Conduct training for applicable environmental regulation issues as needed. Conduct safety training programs for all levels of the site organization. Provide leadership and facilitation and drive for a sustained plant safety committee. Function as emergency coordinator. Develop and drive emergency response and business continuity initiatives. Lead the operation to best practices and best-in-class EHS results (including program development). Assist the organization by participating in special taskforce assignments and special projects. Ensure compliance with all applicable regulatory industrial hygiene requirements. Perform other duties as assigned.  Characteristics & Attributes Proficient collaborator; easily partners with, and gets things done with and through others. Flexibility to support off shifts as necessary. Ability to multi-task and balance priorities. Excellent people skills and professional demeanor. Ability to teach and communicate effectively at all levels of the organization. General industrial safety, risk management, and environmental experience desired. Good oral and written communication, and presentation skills. Must have analytical reasoning and problem solving capabilities.  Education & Experience BS in Industrial Safety or Hygiene; advanced degree and/or professional certification(s) preferred. 6+ years of experience in safety, environment and health field in a manufacturing setting, with at least three years in a leadership role. Strong track record for transformative results through programs, training and culture shaping. Demonstrated success in EHS leadership, and passionate commitment to the safety of others. Demonstrated program development, implementation and training success. Certified in CPR, AED and First Aid. Organizational Relationship Position reports to the site General Manager. JR-05804
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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