Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) Director

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PCC Structurals
Happy Valley, Oregon, US
Apr 28, 2021
May 11, 2021
Employment Type
Full time
Salary Type
As a core member of the Executive team, you will plan, implement and monitor the Environmental, Health, Safety (EHS) programs and ensure related compliance across all PCC Structurals locations (12 in United States, 1 in France). You will have the opportunity to work with global EHS regulatory agencies and collaborate to set the EHS strategy and implement company policy. You will lead a team of EHS professionals at our plant sites to coordinate, as needed, all EHS activities, training, compliance, and program implementations. You will also have the opportunity to evaluate and establish best in class EHS practices and systems in all of our locations to improve the overall EHS performance and work environment. We will help you achieve your goals through collaboration and continuous professional development.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities

Develops strategic plans in collaboration with business and functional needs.
Manages the development, planning and implementation of environmental, health and safety programs across the Division.
Ensures objectives are in alignment with current best practices for occupational health and environmental health and safety.
Develops health and safety policies and procedures (chemical safety, ergonomics, illness and injury prevention and building safety), including those pertaining to hazardous materials and work areas.
Sets vision for Division EHS and leads an EHS team that is aligned to ensure successful implementation of action plans.
Monitors performance of EHS programs and regulatory compliance with all global regulations and handles all contact with the appropriate government agencies.
Selects, develops and evaluates personnel to ensure the efficient operation of the function.
Leads and a develops team of diverse and experienced EHS professionals and leaders

Experience & Education

BS in environmental sciences, occupational health or engineering, MS or MBA preferred.
7 or more years of experience in global occupational health and environmental safety in a manufacturing environment.
Experience in administering and auditing core critical safety programs (i.e., LOTO, fall protection) and hands-on experience in managing and/or auditing industrial factories inclusive of clean rooms, chemical treatment facilities, radiation vault.
Experience managing workers compensation in conjunction with EHS initiatives.

Required Skills

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Desired Skills

Prior experience in successfully building and leading teams and developing talent across an EHS function.
A team builder who is able to coach and mentor team members and work closely with employees on their continued development.
Develops and maintains good relationships, gains the confidence of others and works effectively in a multidisciplinary matrix environment.
Strategic thinker with creative and excellent problem solving and decision-making skills.
Resilient self-starter, who can act independently and learn quickly within a rapidly evolving environment.
Excellent communicator with strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated experience managing remote and/or global teams.
Excellent analytical skills with an ability to critically interpret and use scientific and clinical data to manage risk assessment.
Able to effectively collaborate with site operations, functional leaders and external clients and vendors.
Perceptive, creative, and innovative with the ability to contribute new ideas and to build consensus.
High attention to detail and accuracy with a strong commitment to business ethics.

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