$80K — $100K *
Johns Manville in Penbryn, NJ is currently recruiting for a Safety Manager to join our team! Are you are looking for a rewarding position with an employer of choice? If you have a background or interest in manufacturing and enjoy working in a fast-paced team environment let us know by applying today!
Johns Manville is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Safety Manager at the Penbryn, NJ plant. The Safety Manager is responsible for overseeing/maintaining all safety programs, regulatory programs, and safety policies. All aspects of safety fall in the control and responsibility of the Safety Manager including: regulatory programs (OSHA), weekly and monthly reporting, Workers Compensation, company safety policies, Medical First Responder, hazard identification, injury Case Management and trending, Management of Change, Regulatory/Safety Training and the Safety budget. This position reports to the Plant Manager and will be part of the plant management team.
At Johns Manville we are committed to delivering positive and powerful experiences, because we are successful only when our employees and customers thrive! We are passionate, we care about people, we perform, and we protect others and our environments. If these values align with your values too; you will find a position at Johns Manville to be one where you can grow, learn and thrive!
Your Day to Day:
Manage, develop and review Regulatory Programs
Manage, develop and review Plant Safety Policies
Manage, assign, track and report all Regulatory and Safety Training
Manage Workers Compensation Cases including doctor visits, case reviews, light duty job offers, reports, financial forecast
Provide hazard identification training for all employees, conduct plant audits, develop solutions, track, and report
Control the Health & Safety Budget (PPE, safety supplies, medical first aid)
Prepare weekly and monthly reporting for all aspects of safety program
Provide Medical First Responder (first aid)
Investigate incidents, find root cause, and manage IAM for Case Management
Perform safety reviews for Management of Change
May be required to perform other related duties as assigned
What You Bring to the Team:
Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 5 years manufacturing safety and leadership experience
Workers Compensation Laws
Knowledge and experience in First Aid, AED, CPR
Strong leadership skills
Solid interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
Ability to work independently and in a team environment
Strong problem-solving abilities
Ability to work and partner with Plant Leadership team
Minimal travel required (0 -- 10 days per year)
May be required to lift, carry, push or pull up to and including 50 pounds
Work environment is typical of an office setting. When working in the plant, may be exposed to environmental conditions of cold, heat, high noise levels, moving mechanical parts, heights, dust/mist/gas/fumes, extensive walking or climbing etc.
Valid through: 9/21/2021