Are you an Environmental Health & Safety professional open to opportunities in North Central Indiana? Do you enjoy the challenge of developing and deploying continuous improvement programs that support EH&S excellence? If so, this position is for you!
Top Reasons to Work with Us?
- We are working for globally recognized polymer coating, sealant, and encapsulates manufacturer.
- If your skills match, we will ensure you speak directly to the Hiring Manager.
- Our knowledge of the company and hiring manager provides you with a clear insight on culture, career path, and future growth opportunities.
What’s in it for you?
- Contribution to the success of the organization and ensuring a safe and secure work environment for all.
- Help foster a culture of engagement.
- Interaction with senior management and assisting with the building of robust safety programs.
What you will be doing?
- Developing and maintaining EH&S policies and procedures designed to minimize harm to persons and property.
- Performing prescribed inspections, tests and audit of environmental and safety systems and equipment.
- Assisting with incident reporting and investigating, and completion of corrective and preventative actions where appropriate.
- Ensuring that contractor personnel are working in compliance with company policies and safety requirements.
- Providing daily guidance and direction to employees, supervisors and managers to ensure EH&S Programs are being implemented as expected and working effectively.
What you need for this position?
- Four years’ experience in an Environmental Health and Safety role.
- Must be able to interpret and read complex technical materials and communicate information in training situations.
- Ability to work independently, organize and prioritize workflow, and to interact with others.
- Ability to discern color differences and wear an air-purifying respirator.
- Flexibility to adjust to changing conditions, work pressures and difficult situations.
- Current with RCRA (Hazardous Waste Management) and DOT (domestic Hazardous Materials Transportation) training requirements.
What We’d Like to See ~ But Not a Showstopper:
- Associates degree in life science or engineering discipline.
- EPA Method 9 training.