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EHS Manager (Environmental Health and Safety)

Job Req # 442280 Consumer Products/Industrial Manufacturing Company is looking for:
POSITION:
EHS Manager LOCATION:
Candler, North Carolina (Asheville Area) SALARY:
120-140K DEGREE:
Required
Experience:
7+ years EHS Experience large plant experience 500+ employees minimum RELOCATION:
Package Available Responsibilities:
As the Manager, you will be responsible for performing and managing all aspects of Health, Environmental and Safety functions of our manufacturing plant.
Successful candidate wears many hats, is a hands on Safety leader, who rolls up his/her sleeves and spends the bulk of their time out on the floor.
Strengths must include ability to work and liaise between multiple levels of management and employees to achieve goals, must thrive in a fast-paced environment while managing a complex workload.
Environmental/Safety:
Environmental/Safety reporting, compliance and waste handling efforts Manage and coordinate programs for compliance with all applicable local, State and federal regulations.
Initiate, lead and maintain both Facility Leadership Safety Team, Employee Safety Team and First Responder Teams Conduct and accurately document routine audits and inspections Provide technical assistance on environmental, safety and health matters Investigate accidents, improve safety to reduce work-related injuries Management of workers' compensation claims OSHA/EPA and other mandatory local, state and federal topics Demonstrated ability to identify, develop and deliver a variety of training topics Develop and promote programs to educate first level Supervisors and Managers to effectively instruct employees.
Manage contracted services and support Corporate guidelines Perform audits, reporting and investigations Manage and coordinate all programs for compliance with PSM and RMP standards.
Safety:
Safety reporting, compliance and waste handling efforts Manage and coordinate programs for compliance with all applicable local, State and federal regulations.
Initiate, lead and maintain both Facility Leadership Safety Team, Employee Safety Team and First Responder Teams Conduct and accurately document routine audits and inspections Provide technical assistance on environmental, safety and health matters Investigate accidents, improve safety to reduce work-related injuries Training:
OSHA/EPA and other mandatory local, state and federal topics Demonstrated ability to identify, develop and deliver a variety of training topics Develop and promote programs to educate first level Supervisors and Managers to effectively instruct employees.
Qualifications:
Bachelors Degree Seven or more years hands on safety experience in a Manufacturing environment Demonstrated success in a management role Ability to drive organizational change Strong interpersonal and communication skills Formal problem-solving techniques Hands on with a sense of urgency, ability to manage under pressure and manage multiple priorities and projects

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