Regular duties of an EHS manager include developing and overseeing worker safety training programs, investigating and recommending courses of action for on-the-job accidents, analyzing potential worker safety risks in a facility and implementing measures to mitigate them, and facilitating required government safety inspections.
The position requires strong managerial, communication, and analytical skills, as well as the ability to work in both a team and independently. The EHS leader must also be able to handle high-stress and emergency situations. The EHS manager typically works during regular business hours however, likely must be expected to be on call at all hours that their organization is operating in the event of a safety emergency.
Duties and Responsibilities (not all inclusive):
1. Ensure compliance with federal, local and corporate environmental, health and
safety regulations and builds a reputation that is proactive best-in-class.
2. Modify and implement compliance tracking programs and record keeping
3. Manage environmental policies, mission, respective goals, objective and
4. Assures that the facility continuously improves our performance in Environmental
Health and Safety innovation while maintaining compliance with all Local, and Federal Environmental and Safety regulations.
1. Manage and support the overall strategy for continuous improvement for Summit Machine's
Environmental and Safety Initiatives.
2. Provide technical expertise, strategic leadership and support for all departments on regulatory compliance issues in Safety and Environmental Health.
3. Understand and apply risk analysis concepts including FMEAs for any/all potential safety and environmental hazards
4. Provide strategic and tactical leadership pertinent to planning, reporting, data tracking, people/culture building and budgetary responsibilities.
5. Work with the Supervisors and department Managers to coordinate and conduct training as required.
6. Create and maintain documented program management systems to ensure that the site is complying with regulations as applicable.
7. Lead EHS related communications to ensure the development of employees specific to Environmental Health and Safety (daily/weekly/monthly etc.)
8. Perform addition responsibilities as requested.
Other duties and responsibilities as required by business necessity may be added,
deleted or changed at any time at the discretion of management formally, informally
or in writing. Scheduling and shift assignments and work location may be changed at
any time as required by business necessity.
1. Bachelor's degree in Environmental Science, Chemistry, Biology, Chemical
Engineering, Safety and Health, EH&S Management, or related field required.
2. Minimum 3-7 years of leadership experience in the EHS field.
3. Proven leadership and teamwork skills with demonstrated abilities to both work
collaboratively and influence
4. Highly effective written and verbal communication skill that can be used with
people of various backgrounds, experience and education levels.
5. Highly developed interpersonal communication skills. Demonstrated highly effective presentation skills and training delivery skills.
6. Must be able to perform all essential functions of the position with or without
Proven field service experience.
Pass a pre-employment drug screen.
Legally eligible to work in the United States.
Ability to work flexible shifts and to adapt to changing work schedules.
Must be able to interpret and follow written and oral instructions and assignments
Must have a working knowledge of the environmental, health and safety regulations and technical comprehension of the current requirements for EHS