This Manager will be in charge of the environmental, health and safety (EHS) program for the Seagate Headquarters sites (Cupertino, Scotts Valley, Santa Clara and Oklahoma City). Responsibilities of the position include:
- Actively manage EHS programs and activities to prevent health and environmental impacts;
- Comply with applicable regulations and Seagate EHS Standard Operating Procedures (SOP);
- Satisfy customer EHS requirements;
- Develop environmental and safety documents including training documents consistent with the SOPs and applicable regulations;
- Insure that required training is conducted and documented;
- Complete and maintain required reports;
- Conduct site audits to insure health, safety, and environmental requirements are being met;
- Conduct appropriate investigations of EHS incidents;
- Interact effectively with Seagate EHS management on resource planning and priorities;
- Support site Safety Committees;
- Approve chemical requests;
- Support site ERT and be an active team member;
- Serve as the focal point for the facility for all EHS-related issues and communications, internally and externally;
- Supervise day-to-day EHS activities of site and contractor personnel.
- Demonstrated ability to set goals and motivate stakeholders, contractors and others to attain them;
- Ability to work effectively and persuasively with people throughout the company to sustain momentum on EHS performance;
- Ability to negotiate, delegate, manage, and organize;
- Responsible, honest and dependable.
- Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of personnel at the facility.
- Demonstrated knowledge and competency in technical and "real world" aspects of FITS for this type of facility;
- Ability to work actively with other functions to reach win-win solutions to EHS issues.
- Demonstrated ability to impart EHS skills/knowledge and the will to utilize it to others, both in and out of the classroom.
- Demonstrated ability to conduct thorough and consistent audits of EHS issues.
- Computer literacy regarding standard programs and the internet is required;
- Demonstrated ability to maintain thorough and consistent records for EHS programs.
Minimum Requirements: Experience Required:
- Effectively partner with other applicable functions (Operations, Facilities, Security, Human Resources, Risk Management) to integrate EHS aspects into business processes including leverage resources
- Minimum of 7 years work experience, 4 years of which covers Environmental, Health and Safety.
- Working knowledge of hazardous material management including waste stream and air pollution abatement measures, new chemical reviews, and chemical safety control measures.
- Familiarity with state and federal environmental safety and health laws, regulations, and codes.
- Knowledge of comprehensive environmental, industrial hygiene, and safety/emergency response program implementation.
Bachelor's degree in Science (prefer Chemistry, Biochemistry, or Toxicology), Environmental, Engineering (prefer Chemical Engineering), Industrial Safety, Public Health or related fields.
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