EHS Manager

New Concord, Ohio
EHS Manager
New Concord, OH
Competitive Pay and Benefits

EHS Manager will play a pivotal role in championing the welfare of our plant employees, the community, and the environment. Your responsibilities will encompass a wide range of safety, health, and environmental aspects, ensuring strict adherence to federal, state, and local regulations.

EHS Manager Responsibilities:
  • Lead Comprehensive EHS Programs: Oversee all safety and environmental initiatives within the plant, aligning them with government regulations and company standards. Develop and implement strategies to enhance EHS performance.
  • Compliance Assurance: Ensure rigorous compliance with federal, state, and local regulations, as well as corporate EHS practices. Act as a liaison between the plant and regulatory agencies to maintain a transparent and cooperative relationship.
  • Project Management: Identify, design, and execute EHS-related projects to address safety and environmental challenges. Take charge of corrective actions for any EHS concerns that arise.
  • Sustainability Initiatives: Spearhead efforts to enhance energy efficiency and reduce the plant's carbon footprint. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to drive sustainable practices and innovations.
  • Training and Education: Conduct EHS training sessions to raise awareness among employees about safety protocols, environmental responsibilities, and regulatory compliance.
  • Emergency Preparedness: Lead the development and maintenance of the Emergency Preparedness Program, ensuring its effectiveness and alignment with industry best practices.
  • Inspections and Audits: Coordinate and lead both internal and external inspections and audits. Address findings promptly and develop strategies to continuously improve EHS performance.
  • Knowledge Transfer: Facilitate knowledge sharing across teams by leveraging your expertise gained from formal and informal training. Empower employees with EHS insights and best practices.
  • Workers Comp: Spearhead the comprehensive oversight of workers' compensation administration, playing a vital role in safeguarding the welfare of our workforce. 

EHS Manager Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Chemistry, Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Science, or a related technical field.
  • Minimum of 8 years of progressive experience in EHS management, with a strong grasp of regulations and reporting obligations.
  • A minimum of 3 years of experience in a supervisory role within a manufacturing setting.
  • Extensive understanding of EPA and OSHA regulations.
  • Strong leadership and communication skills to effectively engage with cross-functional teams and regulatory agencies.
  • Problem-solving prowess to identify EHS concerns, develop strategies, and drive continuous improvement.
  • Strategic thinking to align EHS initiatives with organizational goals and industry trends.
  • Collaborative mindset to foster a culture of safety, environmental responsibility, and compliance.
  • Result-oriented approach to meet or exceed regulatory EHS standards while enhancing operational efficiency.

EHS Manager Preferred Qualifications:
  • Certification as a safety professional (e.g., CSP) or industrial hygiene professional (e.g., CIH).
  • Over 2 years of experience in the food manufacturing industry, demonstrating a deep understanding of its unique EHS challenges.
  • Experience managing process safety management (PSM) covered processes/programs, and implementing PSM requirements
  • Experience leading root cause analysis investigations, and ensuring appropriate corrective and preventive actions are developed
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