The primary role of the Corporate Facilities Manager is the management of all facilities’ environmental, health and safety and security programs required to ensure conformance with company policies and compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
Position responsibilities include:
• Evaluation, coordination and implementation of programs, policies, practices and activities including, but not limited to, controlling air emissions, monitoring industrial wastewater treatment and discharge, managing and minimizing solid and hazardous waste, recycling program, preparation and submission of permit certifications and other required compliance reports and management of all other activities applicable to environmental laws and regulations.
• Overall supervision of programs and activities required under the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
• Supervision of facility inspections, maintenance of required records and timely submittal of required reports to regulatory agencies.
• Establish and maintain working relationships with state, local and federal authorities to maintain compliance with applicable rules and regulations.
• Maintain EHS budget and capital monies balancing the cost with needs.
• Training and oversight of facility personnel performing environmental health and safety duties.
• Participate in training and developmental programs including all areas of environmental health and safety issues, especially those dealing with proper handling of hazardous materials and hazardous waste.
• Responsible for managing emission control processes.
• Work with outside consultants, vendors and service providers.
• Work with employee, middle, and upper management to ensure regulatory compliance and employee health and safety.
• Minimize safety incidents through the implementation of proactive and innovative programs.
• Develop and lead initiatives to assess and minimize workplace risks and work with Supervisors, Managers and colleagues to integrate EH&S into daily work activities.
• Lead safety incident investigation corrective actions.
• Oversee management of claims for workers compensation and return to work programs. Ensures positive actions and outcomes in case management.
• Establish health and safety training programs for all levels of operation and labor staff – New Hire Orientation, Forklift, First Aid/CPR, AED and Blood Borne Pathogen Program, Fall Protection, Lock Out Tag Out, Emergency Planning, etc.
• Bachelor’s degree in Occupational, Safety and Health or Environmental Sciences
• Minimum of seven (7) or more years experience in a similar role within a manufacturing environment.
• Safety, safety related, or Environmental Professional Certification preferred.
• Experience with wastewater processing a plus.
• Well-developed written and oral communication skills.
• Ability to read, analyze and interpret federal, state and local regulations and technical procedures.
• Comprehensive knowledge of EHS laws and regulations and proven ability to successfully develop and implement programs and systems to comply with federal, state and local EHS regulations as well as company policies, strategies, initiatives and goals.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office software and ability to learn internal computer systems.
• Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals
• Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from managers, employees, groups of employees, outside agencies and the general public.
• Strong problem resolution skills, along with customer service and team orientation skills.
• Proven leadership ability
To apply, email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.