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Vacant Positions

Please note: The following positions are listed with Region VI of the American Society of Safety Professionals as a courtesy to its members. The Region does not necessarily endorse the employers listed nor warrant the suitability of a specified position for a member.

Occupational Health and Safety Coordinator – (AER0002F4)

Posted: Jun 19, 2019

Description:

This position will report directly to the on-site Safety Officer and support research related activities on Jacobs’ USEPA Research Laboratory Support contract. Primary work will be assisting in the creation and administration of Health and Safety Research Protocols, Health and Safety Plans and Job Hazard Analyses, written in support of the various research objectives established for each research project. Our researcher’s work environments include both local chemical and industrial laboratories as well remote and field sites at times.

https://jacobs.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=AER0002F4&tz=GMT-04%3A00&tzname=America%2FNew_York

EHS & Facilities Leader – Charlotte, NC

Posted: Jun 17, 2019

At Ingersoll Rand we are passionate about inspiring progress around the world.  We advance the quality of life by creating comfortable, sustainable and efficient environments. Our people and our family of brands—including Club Car®Ingersoll Rand®Thermo King®Trane®American Standard® Heating & Air Conditioning and ARO® – work together to enhance the quality and comfort of air in homes and buildings; transport and protect food and perishables; and increase industrial productivity and efficiency. We are a global business committed to a world of sustainable progress and enduring results. For more information, visit www.ingersollrand.com.

Ingersoll Rand is a diverse and inclusive environment.  We are an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to hiring a diverse workforce; including individuals with disabilities and United States qualified protected veterans.

Job Summary The Environmental, Health, Safety (EHS) & Facilities Leader is responsible to manage and lead the EH&S function, providing strategic and tactical direction, leadership, and technical support to advance EH&S requirements in conjunction with Ingersoll Rand requirements. Further, this role is responsible for leading our site Facilities Management and maintenance activities.

Responsibilities: Actively lead continuous improvement by managing activities to assure compliance with critical EHS programs while building established EHS culture. Achieve Compliance with all OSHA, EPA and other regulatory agencies. Ensure systems are in place to address and monitor on a regular basis. Talent Management – recruit, develop, train and motivate while generating a team approach with EHS and operations. Provide timely and effective communication with senior leadership, site leaders, staff and associates. Provide professional problem solving input to both short term and long term issues. Manage and provide recommendations on EH&S resource requirements. Manage EHS and Facilities spend for the site. Implement reduction of work site incidents/accidents in alignment with EH&S reduction goals including performance of root cause analysis on accidents and injuries to determine specific actions needed to prevent reoccurrence. Provide timely information and guidance for the leadership including EH&S performance trends, root cause corrective actions for injuries and near misses; and support in development and implementation of strategic action plans to achieve the company goal of achieving and maintaining a hazard free work place, injury free employees, and an unmatched commitment to compliance pollution prevention. Support employee engagement around EH&S and other key initiatives of the leadership team. Monitor/audit EHS groups and advise as necessary throughout the plant. Manage and implement the EHS Management System requirements. Utilize most cost effective means to remain current on information, legislation, and technical advances within EHS and understand their impact on assigned operations. Responsible for Safety budget, EHS balanced scorecard, and performance to plan. Establish and maintain facility specific management plans for hazardous waste and non-hazardous materials. Maintain all environmental reports, permits and recordkeeping requirements to operate the site. Implementation and management of all environmental issues related to the production operations and activities Provide guidance in complying with all regulatory requirements (Federal, State, and local), company policies, and the Company’s Environmental, Health and Safety Management System. Manage all necessary environmental permits along with ensuring all site personnel have the appropriate environmental training in accordance with all legal and other requirements. Coordinate site environmental risk assessments and activities to understand and prioritize activities for the site. Lead site Behavior Based Safety Program and site Green Team. Provide oversight of site’s Electrical Safety and LOTO program. Review and update environmental procedures and policies as required by site activities and risks. Ensure that all required documentation and records are maintained and available as required. Assist in preparation and required communication of site contingency, emergency and risk prevention plans. Ensure compliance with all air, water, waste, transportation and chemical programs as required. Provide environmental assistance and guidance to operations personnel during spill and emergency response drills and potential actual events. Participate and lead incident investigations, root cause analyses and development of effective corrective actions, and reporting of EHS issues. Organize and manage teams to identify and implement waste reductions and resource conservation. Conduct periodic safety and health walk-through inspection of all workplace facilities and machinery to identify and correct potential hazards and ensure compliance.  Conduct assessments and Job Hazard Analysis to improve work processes. Participate in audits associated with the company audit standard and target program initiative. Assure proper reporting and record-keeping practices are consistently followed. Collect, compile, and analyze key internal EHS data (incidents, property damage, training, audits). Prepare and provide training material, in conjunction with Corporate EHS including relevant work process, OSHA Compliance topics. Provide to all workers per the established training calendar. Participate in BBS Observations, provide technical advice, coaching and guidance on safety initiatives. Lead Facilities team including Contractor management and facilitation. Coordinate repair of all equipment, including establishing a preventative maintenance schedule.  Identify Capital Equipment needs and lead procurement and installation of equipment.

Communication: The successful candidate must have good written and verbal skills and the ability to influence and motivate people Must be able to build trust and confidence with all levels of the organization Must be proficient in MS Office products.

Education/Experience:  Bachelor’s degree required, preferably with an Environmental, Health and Safety focus. Advanced degree preferred. 5+ years of progressive EHS experience, with 3+ years in a Supervisory or Manager capacity. Prior Facilities Management experience. Knowledge of NC State and federal regulations (OSHA, EPA and possibly DOT) and experience with permitting issues, data collection and reporting Knowledge of general industry concepts, practices & procedures Capable of identifying known or potential exposures and recommending corrective actions in conjunction with Corporate EHS support and guidance.

We are committed to helping you reach your professional, personal and financial goals. We offer competitive compensation that aligns with our business strategies and comprehensive benefits to help you live your healthiest. We are committed to building an inclusive and diverse culture that engages as well as values the different backgrounds and experiences of our employee, which, in turn, spurs innovation, generates creative solutions and enhances our customer relations. If you share our passion for inspiring progress—for bringing about bold shifts in how people, economies and societies operate—then you belong with Ingersoll Rand. Progress begins with you.