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. Milwaukee, WI, USA
Oct 11, 2018
Full time
Description Cargill Cocoa and Chocolate (CCC) employs about 3500 people across the world. The organization operates globally 37 manufacturing sites varying from simple sourcing warehouses to complex manufacturing processing plants in complex environments with a variety of technologies and some with highly hazardous processes (mainly combustible dust).   This position is responsible for the development, deployment and continuous improvement of environmental, safety and health management systems within a specified region/location. This position will be part of the CCC North America Operations team and will help to ensure compliance with internal and external regulatory requirements and initiatives for all of CCCNA’s business.    The CCCNA Milwaukee plant employee about 280 employees and 20-30 contractors.   Beans are processed in a batch roasting process, there are several chocolate manufacturing lines and moulding and packaging lines. The plant operators warehouse operation for raw materials and finished goods. Good are delivered by truck and rail. EHS complexity is driven by Environmental Compliance programs of a large site, Combustible dust exposure and al activities around LIFEsavers and their exposures. There is a limited amount of hazardous chemicals on site. 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   Education Bachelors degree required. Preferred in Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, Occupational Health, Industrial Hygiene and/or Safety Engineering  Ten (10) years of direct Environmental, Industrial Hygiene, 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.   Experience Experience in program development and implementation of new or changing systems; Experience with Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) development and delivering training; Experience with Process implementation of EHS Policies and Systems; Experience working with data, database applications, and reporting (Enablon, Access, etc.); Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint; Knowledge of and experience in working with Microsoft SharePoint or comparable programs Experience in providing technical support;   Skills 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   Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet. 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Cargill, Inc. Eddyville, IA, USA
Sep 30, 2018
Full time
Description Position Purpose The Environmental Specialist position is responsible for providing facility wide coordination in all environmental arenas including air, water, and waste program management as well as assisting in compliance strategies for these programs.  This position will also be one of the facility interfaces with local, state and federal agencies as well as customers with regard to sustainable operations, and environmental regulations.  Coordination of the facility environmental data management and processes, program development and implementation.   Principal Accountabilities  35% Provide coordination and assist plant operations in environmental compliance by ensuring proper record keeping of our requirements.  Responsible for reporting obligations as required by local, state, federal and corporate requirements. 25% Develop, maintain, and monitor compliance tools at the facility for environmental compliance and communicate and implement environmental requirements/regulations for the facility to support plant operations and the corporation. 15% Train plant personnel on Environmental subjects and perform internal assessments of environmental compliance systems. 15% Implement and champion existing programs and ISO standards and help support Corn Milling employee’s understanding of them. 5% Promote Cargill through involvement in community activities and professional organizations  5% Assist in any other duties as assigned.   Qualifications Required Qualifications Bachelor’s degree Minimum 3 years of operations experience in an industrial setting Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with environmental regulations Knowledge of OSHA regulations such as, but not limited to, process safety management, process hazard analysis, and hazard recognition/control Strong communication and interpersonal skills Individual must be able to build strong relationships with both internal and external customers and participate effectively on cross-functional teams Ability to effectively interact throughout all levels and functions of the organization and with outside agencies Ability to be on-call outside normal business hours to assist when needed. Ability to travel 15% - 25% Preferred Qualifications Bachelor’s degree or higher in environmental science, biology, or chemistry Understanding of basic reliability concepts Professional certifications such as Certified Hazardous Material Manager (CHMM), Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Certified Safety Professional (CSP), or Professional Engineer (PE) Implementation of ISO 14000 Negotiations experience with regulatory agencies Process Safety Management (PSM)  and Risk Management Program (RMP) experience Experience with facility response plans (FRP)   Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Cargill, Inc. Plymouth, MN, USA
Sep 30, 2018
Full time
Position Purpose   The Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Specialist is responsible for the implementation of EHS practices and standards for R&D locations in Minnesota. The EHS Specialist provides leadership and direction in the following areas: implementation of R&D EHS strategy, manage day to day activities, maintenance and continuous improvement of EHS management systems and programs, and shaping of the R&D EHS culture. It is expected that the person in this position will spend a significant portion of time at all facilities interacting with both employees and supervisory personnel.  This role is a specialist in EHS matters and will lead, share best practices, assist and advise not only the R&D team in Minneapolis, but share best practices with their peers in Cargill.  The EHS Specialist reports directly to the Global EHS Manager and a dot-line reporting relationship to the R&D Minneapolis Management Team.  Principal Accountabilities   30% - Coordinate the implementation of the R&D EHS management systems, policies, procedures, and work instructions.  20% - Ensures EHS data is entered in the corporate EHS management system. Facilitates investigation of incidents and corrective action follow up. Reviews data for trending, reports findings to local teams, manage local metrics.  20% - Supervise routine EHS compliance activities, by verifying compliance on paper and in the field. Obtain and maintain EHS records and required environmental permits, licenses and documents. Coordinates and assures appropriate contractor management activities.  10% - Executes the EHS training program for personnel.  10% - Coordinates EHS audit compliance and identifies and supports the implementation of required corrective actions.  5% - Monitors local EHS regulatory developments and implements appropriate responsive programs.  5% - Negotiates routine permit matters with regulators; liaison with Regional and BU EHS leadership.  Qualifications   Required • Technical Degree (EHS, mechanical, electrical, chemical, biological or similar)   • Minimum 1 year of relevant experience in EHS   • Experience in laboratory/pilot/industrial production/processing environment, or equivalent   • Knowledge and understanding of Health, Safety, and Environmental regulations (OSHA, EPA, DOT, etc.)   • Intermediate to advanced computer skills with MS Office products (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access)   • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)   • Leadership and influencing skills   Preferred • Certification in any Environment, Safety, Health (CSP, ASP, CIH, CHMM, etc.)   • Experience in developing and conducting employee safety training programs   • Environmental Management Systems   • Experience in construction and design safety   • Incident investigation   • Process Safety Management   • Qualified EH&S auditor   Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Cargill, Inc. Hopkins, MN, USA
Sep 30, 2018
Full time
Description   The Environmental & Sustainability Lead ensures Salt Group compliance with all applicable environmental practices and standards. Using an in-depth understanding of environmental & sustainability regulations and processes, they create a strategy for Environmental & Sustainability aligned with the overall Business Operations and Supply Chain (BOSC) vision, and work with internal and external resources to ensure compliance with standards held by the Salt Group, Cargill, Inc. and legal entities. The Environmental & Sustainability Lead will collaborate with Salt Group leaders to communicate strategy and ensure awareness and understanding of expectations and industry best practices. This position plays a critical role in Cargill working to eliminate non-compliance incidents and build a strong sustainability brand for the Salt Group. This position may be located in our Hopkins, MN office, near a Cargill facility, or remote work arrangement may also be considered. Principal Accountabilities 20%  Strategy & Vision: Leads and develops the Environmental & Sustainability vision, goals, and long-term strategic direction with the BOSC Leader and other corporate resources Provides advice and counsel on environmental and sustainability issues to BOSC Leader and other Salt group leadership Ensures the Salt Group’s environmental compliance through strategic planning, regulatory knowledge and negotiations as warranted Promotes environmental and sustainability best practices and ensures alignment across functions  60%  Operational Performance Execution: Remains current with environmental legislation, directives and new regulatory information relevant to the Salt business. Coordinates with corporate EHS leaders to develop an environmental risk management strategy and ensure implementation across Salt Group plants and mines Works with government, public, corporate, and regulatory agencies to ensure standards lead to environmental compliance / competitive advantage Sets direction for the development, standardization, and successful implementation of all environmental programs across locations.  Ensures governance and audits identify risk, provide for corrective action, and prevent organizational drift.  Ensures documentation of environmental impacts to the business - deploys teams to support hazard clean-up and risk elimination activities Identify potential external pressures impacting environmental and sustainability goals Ensures compliance and adherance to the Salt Group, Cargill, Inc. and legal standards Participates in professional and internal organizations that align with Salt Group environmental and sustainability goals Negotiates approvals and permits with regulatory agencies to maintain Salt Group compliance Build sustainability practices that create a competitive business advantage in the industry and / or creates brand value for Cargill Salt / Cargill Inc. Drive continuous improvement in practices and approaches that serve to eliminate or significantly reduce risk Coordinates with the BOSC Leader to ensure all of the Salt Group’s EHS communications needs are being met Partner with commercial teams to ensure customer sutainability objectives are met and that benefits and value are captured for the Salt Group’s customers. Ensure coordination/knowledge sharing with other Cargill businesses and the BOSC sustainability hub.   20%   People Management: Provides employees with a work environment that is open and conducive to high performance, personal development and career growth and exemplifies the Salt Group cultural attributes Work with direct reports to ensure robust development plans are in place and assess performance based on these plans Provide ongoing feedback and coaching Oversees recruitment, coaching, and development of the team, including building leadership and technical capabilities Drives a culture that supports deliberate, data-driven performance, “blue sky” thinking, and anticipatory execution Promotes communication, teaming, coordination, and collaboration across the Salt Group Qualifications   Required 10 years of business experience 10 years of environmental business industry experience.   Bachelor’s of Science Degree in engineering, industrial or environmental sciences Proven track record of developing leadership and technical capabilities in others and building successors for the future Strong multi-media perspective of environmental compliance, rulemaking procedures and environmental control technologies. Ability to lead teams, motivate people, drive accountability and achieve results Prior experience developing business or function strategies Systems thinking, ability to envison end-to-end processes end and identify interdependencies Strong interpersonal communication skills (both written and verbal) Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks, meet commitments and make decisions that impact business results Demonstrated problem solving skills and attention to detail Agility to adapt to changing business requirements and market opportunities and be an active change leader Ability to travel up to 25%   Preferred MBA Natural Resources/Sustainability Programs experience (Energy Efficiency, Green House Gas, Water Conservation) OSHA/ EMSHA experience Experience in a variety of different industries   Equal Opportunity Employer, including Disability/Vet. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com