Anheuser-Busch

We are a company of go-getters dedicated to making beers that we hope people love. We proudly brew more than 100 brands in the U.S., and with the help of our flagship brands, Budweiser and Bud Light, we hold a 45.8 percent share of the beer market. We put our heart and soul into making the best beers that our consumers enjoy during the most memorable moments. Quality moments shared sipping our beers, shouting cheers and raising toasts. Each is a nod to the huge team effort that goes into brewing, packaging, marketing, transporting and selling our beers.

Anheuser-Busch Cartersville, Georgia, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Job Description   Ensure ownership and integration to drive sustainable EHS management system s Knowledge & experience to provide effective training on all appropriate safety related topics Development of EHS improvement initiatives and the daily management of on-going EHS operations Directs activities to conduct investigations, identify root cause and recommend corrective measures Basic understanding of Workers Compensation Directs activities to compile EHS information and other data as required by Zone, State and Federal agencies Identify unsafe behaviors and unsafe conditions in the workplace using regulatory requirements & best safety practices Contributes to the overall needs and objectives of the department Team building – ability to involve employees and the leadership team in the process  Assist with the preparation of routine and non-routine environmental documentation and reports to regulatory agencies. Assist with aspects of the company’s recycling, solid, hazardous, bio-hazardous, and universal waste programs Job Qualifications   Bachelor’s degree required in Safety, Environmental or other related disciplines. Entry level position Willing to relocate now and in the future.   Abilities: Ability to collaboratively work with all levels of the organization Strong interpersonal and communication skills, strong leadership skills, a comfort level with change, and the ability to lead change Working knowledge of government regulations (i.e. OSHA, EPA, etc.) Ability to interpret regulatory requirements (federal, state and provincial) and apply them to the workplace Effective decision making and a willingness to use available resources to accomplish goals Acts with integrity in all EHS matters to maintain EHS compliance and excellence Ability to lead teams and facilitate effective meetings Investigative, analysis and problem solving skills Excellent Computer Skills – Microsoft Office. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com