EHS Manager

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Location
Redmond, WA
Job Type
Direct Hire
Degree
Bachelor, Bachelor of Science
Date
Oct 16, 2017
Job ID
2526605
Qualifications: 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in an Environmental, Health, Safety or Industrial Engineering.
  • 5 or more years progressive experience in plant safety 
  • Leadership capabilities, supervisory experience
  • Knowledge or training of occupational health, safety and environmental compliance with applicable federal and state regulations and standards.
  • Hands on health, safety and environmental training.
  • Skilled with the standards, concepts, practices, and procedures within the health, safety and environmental field
  • Strong PC skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
Responsibilities: 

The EHS Manager has the primary responsibility for coaching, leading and influencing the operations management on EHS principles, practices and safety culture. In addition, this role will manage a small team of EHS staff, including their development and performance management. This individual is responsible for leading the site management in injury and illness prevention, conservation practices and compliance with local, federal and company EHS standards. 

  • Provide EHS technical expertise on manufacturing systems, process design and operating procedures
  • Assess and identify the workplace for the presence of health, safety and environmental concerns and make recommendations to control or eliminate those concerns.
  • Establish operational goals  to drive EHS improvements
  • Perform analysis of workplace EHS trends to measure and monitor performance metrics plus ensure accuracy of injury (OSHA) reporting.
  • Evaluate the operations, equipment and practices for EHS regulatory compliance and with company standards
  • Conduct and coordinate EHS training including the development of specific training for the workplace concerns based on assessment of site operations and incident trends
  • Guide EHS team members to focus on long term sustainable EHS improvements     
  • Communicate EHS information and provide expertise to operations, government representatives and the general public on issues concerning health, environmental performance or workplace safety