Cargill, Inc.

Working at Cargill is an opportunity to thrive—a place to develop your career to the fullest while engaging in meaningful work that makes a positive impact around the globe. You will be proud to work for a company with a strong history of ethics and a purpose of nourishing people. We offer a diverse, supportive environment where you will grow personally and professionally as you learn from some of the most talented people in your field. With 150 years of experience Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world. We have 150,000 employees in 70 countries who are committed to feeding the world in a responsible way, reducing environmental impact and improving the communities where we live and work. 

Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet.

Cargill, Inc. Lake Odessa, MI, USA
Feb 11, 2018
Full time
Description The Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Manager   will lead the strategic initiatives to develop, deploy and continuously improve EHS performance of the facility.  This position will champion a culture that is proactive, accountable, engaged and sustains a business where ZeroHarm is an achievable objective.  Location with high EHS complexity.  Principal Accountabilities:   30% Safety Leadership:   Embed safety as a cultural element of the facility by providing visible safety leadership on the plant floor and champion proactive safety management systems.  Drive awareness and accountability for safety performance through all levels of the organization.  Assure compliance to internal and external requirements, manage risk and leverage opportunities and best practices regarding safety and environment.  25% Continuous Improvement:   Coordinate and monitor behavioral based safety systems, human organization performance, industrial hygiene, ergonomic programs, risk assessments, fire safety & security, environment and incident investigations, root cause analysis and implement corrective actions to prevent personal injury and property loss.  Provide new ideas and methods to improve safety processes.  Collaborate with other facilities and share success stories and opportunities.  Engage stakeholders to develop a culture of continuously improving performance.   25% Communication:   Communicate and train effectively, the site leadership and stakeholders, in the development and implementation of enterprise and site specific safety processes.  Champion stakeholder engagement and active participation with facility Joint Health and Safety Committee.  20% Reporting and Measuring:   Manage the EHS record keeping requirements and prepare and organize EHS files for audits.  Work collaboratively with plant operations to develop sustainable EHS programs and processes.  Manage change to effectively implement strategies and tactics identified in reviews audits, permit processes, corporate initiatives.  Plan, prepare and present annual EHS Cargill, enterprise and facility goals, objectives and results.  Ensure the business is current with all regulatory requirements.  Manage the EHS program up to corporate audit standards.  Develop analytics to drive understanding of key issues/opportunities across the plant. Participate in management of the Worker Compensation process as needed. Qualifications Minimum Required Qualifications   • BS degree in technical environment or safety area (Safety, Ergonomics, Engineering) and / or equivalent experience (3+ years progressive related experience in health and safety field) • 5+ years plant experience and 1+ years supervisory experience • Strong listening / communication (verbal and written) with the ability to connect with a variety of audiences • Strong people management skills including the ability to engage, develop and motivate a large workforce • Ability to lead and influence others foster teamwork, and collaborate by holding self and others accountable.  Deliver on commitments.    • Demonstrated team building and conflict resolution skills.  Ability to drive innovation and change within the workforce. • Experience with OSHA and environmental regulations • Demonstrated ability to drive a safety culture  Preferred Qualifications  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) designation   • Occasional evening and weekend work   • Available for call in on off shift hours in emergency situations • Ability to work in manufacturing environment and provide leadership on the plant floor • Ability to travel occasionally up to 20% • Experience with waste water treatment system Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Cargill, Inc. Hazleton, PA, USA
Feb 11, 2018
Full time
Purpose of this position: This position is responsible for the development, deployment and continuous improvement of environmental, safety and health management systems as directed by the business EHS Leader within a specified region/location. This position will be part of the CCCNA Operations team and will help to ensure compliance with internal and external regulatory requirements and initiatives for all of CCCNA’s business.   Key Responsibilities: 40% Leadership: Develop, implement and champion proactive environmental, health & safety management programs; drive awareness and accountability for environmental and safety performance and system through all levels of the organization; assure compliance with internal and external environmental, health and safety requirements, manage risk, and leverage opportunities. Lead work on EHS efforts, which include developing collaborative relationships with regulators, customers, communities, and employees. Senior Environment, Health & Safety Professional will serve as primary EHS resource for their region, but are expected to assume the lead role for the EHS discipline expertise that they bring to the team.   25% Continuous Improvement: Maintain awareness of developing environmental, health & safety issues; facilitate adoption of best practices through benchmarking internally and externally, developing website and using business communication tools innovatively. Plan, develop, track and conduct safety training sessions, inspections and audits. Coordinate the activities of local Safety Committee development, BBS (Behavioral Based Safety), supervisor training, peer-to-peer coaching and contractor safety management, environmental sustainability and energy management. Follow-up and assure completion of action items and gap closure. 15% Communication: Communicate effectively in the development and implementation of EHS programs. Influence business leaders to promote systems, performance and achievement of goals. Lead the efforts of creating an EHS culture. Communicate to all CCCNA team members in the region the goals, standards and metrics used to measure progress. 10% People Development: Develop environmental, health & safety leadership and awareness skills at all levels and roles of the organization within the region. Develop appropriate and effective environmental, health & safety training for hourly, supervisory, and management employees to enhance environmental, health & safety professionalism in CCCNA. Provide technical and regulatory compliance expertise and support. Develop strength in the region by mentoring, coaching and training EHS auditors, as well as providing their specific discipline expertise wthin the business.   10% Reporting and Measuring: Produce regular summary reports and analysis on environmental, health & safety activities, performance measurement and results for the region and CCCNA as directed by the business EHS Leader. Plan, prepare and present annual EHS plans, goals, objectives, reports and results for the region. Contribute to corporate environmental initiatives, work place health and safety goal setting and coordinating development and implementation of measures and communications. Prepare and organize environmental, health & safety files for regional, corporate and division audits. Qualifications   Required • Four (4) year accredited degree in Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, Occupational Health, Industrial Hygiene and/or Safety Engineering   • Ten (10) plus years of direct Environmental, Industrial Hygeine, Occupational Health and/or Safety experience in a manufacturing environment • Applied knowledge and working understanding of OSHA, regulatory compliance, experience with inspections, incident investigations, process safety, contractor safety, EHS training, hazard reviews and job safety analysis • Direct EHS experience must include leading and influencing organizations • Availability to travel up to 25% of the time Core: Skills and Abilities Required • Strong leadership, influencing and collaborative skills • Strong oral and written communication skills • Influencing skills • Resilience, persistence, optimism (other key factors from Cargill leadership model) • Computer literacy: Power Point, Word, Excel, and internet searching • Knowledge of related EHS equipment • Knowledge of safety, industry hygiene and environmental testing methods • Organizing and planning • Negotiating • Analytical problem solving and decision making • Initiative training ability Preferred: • Environmental, Occupational Health & Hygiene and/or Safety recognized certifications (CIH, CSP, CHMM, REM, CPEA, QEP) • Experience in a leading a world-class environmental, health and safety organization • Safety, Process & Risk Management, Environment, Energy, Sustainability & Natural Resources, Industrial Hygiene & Health experience • International experience   Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet. 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