$110K — $120K
The Safety Coordinator directs the development, administration, and coordination of the safety processes and training initiatives related to the Rail Operations Control Center (ROCC). The incumbent guides the ROCC in addressing Corrective Action Plans (CAPs), establishing the framework for setting goals, determining performance targets, allocating resources and evaluating results, using business plans as a tool. The Safety Coordinator is responsible for the administration of safety processes and the coordination of training for safety programs designed for Rail Traffic Controllers (RTCs). Additionally, the incumbent reviews existing and develops new safety processes and support documentation to improve accident/incident prevention and related investigations, in support of a safety culture at the ROCC. Oversees the creation and delivery of regular reports to senior management on all aspects of performance and process improvement initiatives. Plans, manages and delivers on all process improvement activities to ensure that they extract maximum value in the safest way possible. The Safety Coordinator is responsible for the development and implementation of overall safety processes concepts based upon best practices within the industry.
• Oversees the development, implementation, administration and overall review of the ROCC’s safety processes and procedures.
• Consults with and advises ROCC leadership in the development of annual safety goals and objectives for their department/office in accordance with CAP requirements.
• Leads a cross-functional team of subject matter experts in re-engineering current safety processes and the development of new safety processes for greater efficiency and effectiveness of ROCC operations.
• Develops, implements and maintains statistical data and performs in-depth analysis of safety data. Generates reports and charts to effectively communicate findings to senior management and assist in the development of safety policies, procedures and strategies.
• Consults on safety process program initiatives designed to assist in the reduction of incidents and third-party claims with the Chief Safety Officer, Assistant Chief Safety Officer, Deputy Chief Safety Officer, and other Authority representatives. Ensures compliance with applicable codes, regulations and/or laws of the Federal government, District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.
• Develops safety-related communication plans for staff, leadership and the executive team to be delivered on a regular schedule. Coordinates how safety related news will be communicated to staff. Briefs, as necessary, senior staff and helps to answer any questions staff might have.
• Assists or acts on behalf of the Chief Safety Officer as the investigative liaison for the Authority with other regulatory bodies such as the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), and the Washington Metrorail Safety Council (WMSC) when required. Briefs the Chief Safety Officer, and other key safety officers on major investigations and studies of major significance when required.
• Supports the ROCC’s implementation of the Agency Safety Plan, including but not limited to: o Identification and assessment of safety risks; o Management and monitoring of corrective action plans; o Monitoring safety incident investigations /safety behavior monitoring systems o Providing/coordinating subject matter expertise; and o Attending/reporting on SMS-related activities at safety meetings.
• Expert level skill in the development, design, and delivery of safety processes.
• Advanced skill in creating and implementing communication plans to ensure all stakeholders are kept updated on program progress towards goals.
• Skilled at developing, implementing and maintaining statistical data and performing in-depth analysis of safety process program data.
• Skilled at generating reports and charts that effectively communicate findings to senior management
Education • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in Safety, Environmental Sciences, Mechanical Engineering, Engineering, Safety Transportation, Health, Occupational Safety or a related management field.
Experience • Eight or more (8+) years of relevant experience in quality assurance, process improvements and training, administration/management techniques and/or cost effectiveness/cost control as they pertain to system safety programs, to include a minimum three (3) years of direct supervisory or management experience in a safety-related function.
• Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) degree
• Six Sigma Green Belt Certification, Project Management Certificate and/or Professional Engineer (PE) license preferred
• Experience working within a control center environment.
Valid through: 12/25/2020
$100K — $150K
19 days ago