Quality and EHS Manager
5 - 7 years experience • Medical Devices & Diagnostics
Job Title: Quality and EHS Manager
Location: Akron, OH
Duration: Full-Time/ Permanent
Experience: 5-10+ years
Educational Qualifications: B.S. Degree in Business or Engineering
Benefits: Full-time Benefits
Security Clearance Required: No
Industry: Medical Equipment / Devices
Job Category: Manufacturing - Quality
The Quality and EHS Manager will be responsible for implementing systems which ensure that is capable of demonstrating compliance with all applicable EHS state, local, and federal regulations, and all corporate EH&S policies and systems. The role will also be responsible for maintaining all applicable quality inspections, documentation, and associated testing to ensure product meets all requirements. Manages the inspectors involved with receiving, in-process, and final inspection.
A minimum of 5-10 years’ experience in Quality Control and EHS.
Proven experience in TSCA, REACH, RoHS, Prop 65, OSHA HazCom, DOT, FDA, and other applicable product compliance laws and regulations such as GHS.
Direct environmental health and safety project activities including scheduling, tracking and planning for EHS assessments, site investigations, feasibility studies and assists with remedial action plans.
Developing and facilitating training for workers on issues related to health and safety.
Developing and implementing programs and policies for monitoring and preventing chemical, physical and biological hazards for multiple sites.
Corporate and multi-site experience a plus.
Experience with developing talent of direct reports.
Assist in identifying areas of improvement within the organization and drive to completion with by establishing partnership with applicable departments.
Schedule Quality Inspectors to ensure full shift coverage as needed to support Production and Warehouse operations.
Direct receiving, in-process, and final inspections per HPN’s.
Assist appropriate departments in using appropriate quality tools as part of multifunctional team to solve problems identified during quality assurance activities.
Assist monitoring product performance and institute methods to reduce variability.
Assist in performing process verification and validation activities according to FDA and all other global regulatory agency requirements.
Capable / comfortable working and thinking in a strategic environment.
Must possess the ability to influence and drive internal decisions.
Excellent global communication (oral, written, presentation and interpersonal) and organizational skills (clear, concise and direct).
Exceptional integrity; operating at the highest level of ethical standard, is required
Must be comfortable meeting with / presenting to executives and senior management.
Must be results oriented.
Must be flexible, dynamic, and proactive.
Must possess good teamwork and collaboration skills.
Must be able to effectively manage multiple projects.
Must have strong PC software application knowledge using Excel, Word, Access and PowerPoint.