We are currently seeking an individual with extensive
occupational health and safety experience in electric utility
construction and/or operations to serve as a corporate
reports to the Vice President, HSQE and will be based in
Broomfield, CO. Position demands monthly travel to active Company
construction projects and operations facilities across US and
Canada with potential for travel to South America.
Plan and conduct monthly safety audits of Company construction
projects, operations facilities, and offices.
Plan, coordinate, and conduct Safety training of company
Provide subject matter expertise on occupational health and
safety to Company management.
Provide safety program review/guidance support to Company sales
teams during project bidding.
Prepare (as necessary), review, and revise Company Safety
procedures as part of Company continuous improvement process.
Review construction work instructions for safety
Provide technical program direction to site based Safety
Coordinate, and/or as necessary perform accident and incident
investigations; be capable of performing root cause analysis.
Support Company Project Managers in performance of Risk
Assessments, and development of Method Statements to mitigate site
Support other Company departments in the development/review of
Method Statements, Work Instructions, and/or procedures to assure
safety considerations are addressed.
Perform other related duties/functions as directed by Vice
Maintain current knowledge of professional and industrial best
practices, including governing federal and local regulations.
Maintain records and databases.
Assist in preparation of HSQE reports related to Company safety
Monthly travel (up to 50% annually) within North America, with
potential for international travel.
Educational and Experience Requirements:
Candidate will possess a college degree in Safety with a CSP
designation highly preferred. Consideration will be given to
candidates with degrees in Engineering, Construction Management, or
other relevant Science with strong safety program work experience.
If not already in possession of CSP, candidate will be capable of
earning CSP designation within 1 year of hire.
Candidate will have minimum of five (5) years of relevant
experience in safety program management/supervision of construction
or operations sites.
Successful candidate will have demonstrated ability to
recognize issues requiring action, to take initiative with minimal
guidance, and to work with minimal supervision.
Candidate will have exceptional knowledge in the application of
safety regulations and standards applicable to North American
construction works (including OSHA, EPA, NIOSH, etc.)
Candidate will have excellent Safety program auditing skills
including ability to present finding to all employee levels (trade,
supervision, management, and executive management) as well as
report writing skills. (Example of writing skills should be
supplied with resume).
Candidate will also demonstrate developed skills in writing,
and reviewing safety procedures and technical specifications.
Candidate will demonstrate ability to multi-task and work
Candidate must demonstrate a high level of capability in
MS-Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), and Outlook. Other
database experience highly desired.
Candidate should possess a current passport that would allow
international travel (including travel to Canada) or be eligible to
secure a passport within 60 days of hire.
Experience with wind farm or solar farm construction, and/or
electric utility construction.
Training in fall protection for working at heights.
Fluency in Spanish as a second language, including ability to
read and write work related documents relevant to safety programs
would be beneficial
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We maintain a drug-free
workplace. Candidates will be required to pass a
pre-employment background investigation and drug test as a
condition of employment.
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