• Manufacturing
  • Contract
A wind energy company located in Pensacola. Florida is in need of a full-time Environmental Health and Safety Specialist to join their team. Check out the description below to see if this position sounds like a great fit for you!

You Enjoy:


*Demonstrating leadership for functional, business, and broad company objectives.
*Integrating and developing processes that meet business needs across the organization.
*Managing complex issues with functional areas of expertise.
*Being involved in long-term planning.
*Contributing to the overall business strategy.
*Completing all appropriate communication for human or equipment related events.

You Are:


*Able to interface effectively with all levels of the organization.
*Able to manage multiple priorities under tight deadlines.
*Able to bring assignments to a successful completion.

You Have:


*A Bachelor’s degree or minimum of 3 years’ experience in an EHS role in a manufacturing (or like industry/military field) environment.
*Good computer skills including experience with PowerPoint, Excel, Word, and Internet Explorer.
*Strong project management skills.
*Strong problem solving skills.
*Strong oral and written communication skills.
*Strong interpersonal and leadership skills.

Job Responsibilities:


*Conducts new hire orientation safety training. Training is to focus on site specific safety topics and general OSHA awareness training.
* Attends weekly safety meeting held on Mondays to represent the company and report out status of current safety projects.
* Responsible for conducting incident investigation on all events - human and equipment.
* Support activities, which drive compliance with EHS regulation and company policies.
*Maintain knowledge of existing and proposed regulations.
*Provide technical guidance and training at the facility level.
*Analyze data to assess environment, health and safety challenges, and to develop approaches to control.
*Provide administrative support to the EHS team in creating training files, documenting near misses, communication best practices, data entry into company data base.
*General communication to the Site Leadership Team.
*Complete Illness & Injury/Accident Investigation Reports.
*Attend bi-weekly Accident Review Board (ARB) meeting to communicate incidents and corrective actions.
*Hold weekly safety meetings with Site Leadership Team to communicate and discuss current incidents, status of safety projects, improvement opportunities and receive feedback from the group.
*Train employees in identification and reporting of safety hazards.
*Attend Toolbox Safety Meetings.
*Assist Supervisors in completing New Employee Orientation Checklist.

Compensation and Schedule:

This position is full-time and pays $22. 00 per hour. Hours are Monday through Friday from 7:00 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. with some flexibility as needed.

Assignment Type:

This assignment is considered Contract-to-Direct, meaning you will remain on Landrum’s payroll for at least 15 weeks. Once the 15 weeks is over, your employer can elect to bring you onto their payroll or extend the assignment out longer through Landrum. Does this job sound like a perfect match for your personality, skills and previous experience? Apply today! If selected to continue to the next step in the hiring process, an HR Specialist will contact you.

Company: LandrumHR

Date Posted: 8/27/2018