Key Responsibilities include:
Develop and Implement Programs, Processes and Procedures to achieve Zero Accidents and EHS Compliance:
Responsible for developing, leading and executing EHS programs and procedures to meet business EHS objectives and targets with an emphasis on Safety and Accident Prevention, Ergonomic Improvements, EHS Regulatory Compliance and Resource Conservation.
Responsible for developing, leading and execution of applicable EHS management systems which includes the AA TECH EHS Directives, Ergonomic Programs, ISO 14001 certification and any other applicable EHS management system certifications or elements.
Responsible for EHS reporting which includes performance against targets and goals, regulatory reporting, JV Partner, Board of Director, and customer required reporting.
Manages an EHS training program for applicable EHS training required across the business from employee to leader.
Manages an EHS corrective action program which would include EHS audits, regulatory inspections, industrial accidents, customer EHS audits and other assessments that identify EHS issues that require corrective action, including managing or supporting environmental remediation of property.
Manages a resource conservation program which will include but not be limited to energy use, water use, and waste generated from production.
Leads an EHS program for change which includes new processes, equipment, materials, and people.
Actively works with other functional leaders for integration of EHS into Operations, Engineering, Lean, Quality, Supply Chain, Administration, and HR.
Evaluate existing systems/procedures and initiate programs to insure compliance with applicable EHS policies, regulations, principles and practices.
Leads by example to develop an EHS culture of excellence for safety and environmental management through effective communication and influence
Manages the EHS aspects of contractors that do work on site.
Supports the development and execution on EHS strategy for the business.
Coordinate and Facilitate Facility EHS Committees:
Facilitate and manage multiple shift safety committee meetings.
Coordinate utilization of plant safety committee member activities including problem solving teams, EHS planning meetings, facility inspections, accident investigation or other actions.
Participates and supports plant 5S and Safety Programs as well as facility recycling programs.
Coordinate facility 1st Aid and 1st Response teams including appropriate training and certifications.
Develop, measure and track internal EHS metrics, plans and goals.
Report directly to JV Staff on EHS matters.
College or College Equivalent Degree in a technical field such as EHS, engineering, or science.
10+ years of applicable EHS experience.
Experience in an industrial work environment with EHS responsibilities and Ergonomic focus.
A solid working knowledge of EHS regulations.
Experience in industrial safety management.
Experience with leading aspects of an EHS program.
Experience with resource conservation management.
EHS certifications a plus.
Must have good skills in leading and influencing change and be an agent of change management.
Must be competent in developing a strategic plan.
Must have strong communication and interpersonal skills and able to influence people at all levels.
Must be able to comprehend and interpret applicable EHS requirements and translate them into the business language for clear understanding by the business leaders and employees.
Must be able to learn and understand the business.
Must be able to travel and work outside of normal business hours in order to support off-shift teams.
Must have strong process skills for standardization, continuous improvement and program management.
Must have a passion for EHS and able to translate into practical action.
Must have good problem solving skills and experience. Must be able to work independently.
Advanced Communication / Presentation Skills - Verbal, Written, PowerPoint, and Excel Skills. Experienced at professional Corporate and Organization presentations. Experienced in delivering message to all levels of organization.
The job may include other functional responsibilities such as product stewardship, wellness, security, social responsibility, or business risk.
Due to the Company’s military contractor status, the applicant must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, and must provide evidence of citizenship or immigration status upon applying for the position. Advanced Atomization Technologies, LLC is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state or local laws. ("Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran/VEVRAA Federal Contractor”).
Advanced Atomization Technologies (AA TECH) is a joint venture between Parker Aerospace and GE Aviation, created to produce and support advanced fuel nozzles and related products for current and future commercial engine platforms, including aerospace and aero-derivative engines. The highly skilled and experienced team of AA TECH employees is expert in design, assembly, testing, and aftermarket support, providing our customers with a world-class product and support experience.
Role: Environmental Health & Safety Team Leader
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