Area of Interest:
Responsible for developing, implementing and/or administering safety, health, environmental protection, and substance abuse prevention programs affecting employee and public safety, occupational health, fire protection and prevention, and equipment and property protection. Ensures compliance with all environmental, health and safety regulations.
Responsibilities This is lead level position requiring independent professional judgment. This position includes technical responsibility for a major phase or component of a regional management of multiple projects or business line support.
Serves as a resource for line management to develop and administer a proactive prevention program for accidents and illnesses. Provides technical assistance to office and field operations to ensure compliance with applicable international, federal, state and/or company environmental, safety, and health regulations. Keeps abreast of any changes to laws and regulations that impact the organization. Conducts compliance evaluations of equipment, structures, and work in progress to ensure that regulatory environmental, safety, and health standards of the company and all applicable codes are followed. Recommends facilities and technological specifications to carry out programs that fulfill the organization’s overall objectives. Prepares and reviews technical reports, correspondence, and procedures manuals. Establishes and maintains licenses and permits as required. Meet applicable regulatory codes and standards where required. Internal contacts will include site management, risk management personnel, include business line leads, Health and Safety personnel and office managers. External contacts include clients at work locations and regulatory agencies.
This individual exhibits knowledge and applies the fundamental concepts, practices, and procedures of their environmental specialty. Under minimal supervision, performs complex duties utilizing advanced techniques and diversified knowledge of environmental principles. Uses independent judgment and discretion in data analysis and problem resolution. A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required. Typically reports to a manager or director. Other duties as assigned.
This survey classification will include EHS Project Managers, Safety Specialists and Environmental Specialists, etc.
Qualifications/Competencies/Experience In addition to Level 1,2, and 3 competencies, has depth and breadth of experience in own discipline; integrates knowledge of business and functional priorities
Acts as a key contributor in a complex and critical environment
May lead teams or projects; shares expertise
Has developed depth and breadth of expertise in own discipline
Applies in-depth skills and broad knowledge of the business to address complex problems and nonstandard situations
Anticipates customer needs and identifies solutions
Interprets internal/external business issues and recommends best practices in own discipline
Manages costs for specific projects
Solves complex problems; takes a broad perspective to identify innovative solutions
Manages own time to meet objectives; forecasts and plans resource requirements
Explains difficult concepts and persuades others to adopt a point of view
Motivates other team members; may be team leader. B.S. in an EHS curricula or a closely related curricula. However, the B.S. requirement may be waived if the particular position allows for the acceptance of 10 years or more experience, relevant training and education and is approved by the Director of EHS for the hiring business unit. Typically has 7 to 25+ years experience.
Core New Employee Training • NEO
• Harassment Prevention
• Defensive Driving
• Code of Corporate Conduct
• Diversity and Respect in the Workplace
• Internal Direct Portal
• JD Edwards
• AMEX @work
• HR for Supervisors
Shaw Group - 8 months ago
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