WestRock

We’re more than a supplier: we’re a partner that provides a competitive advantage, a partner that can deliver consistent quality and superior service, a partner that fuels innovation to foster real, sustainable growth.

We have a long history of entrepreneurship, leadership and innovation. That history includes game-changing developments in papermaking, packaging design and retail solutions, as well as strategically building and strengthening our company's capabilities over time. 

With operations around the world and expertise in every shopping category, we focus on working with brands to help them win across the board by providing an unbeatable portfolio of paper and packaging products. We’re building unbeatable packaging solutions together.

WestRock Patchogue, New York, USA
Jul 31, 2019
Full time
The opportunity: This position is for an experienced environmental, health and safety professional who will support WestRock’s, growing business.  As Environmental, Health & Safety Manager, you will be responsible for assisting WestRock’s Multi Packaging Solutions operations at the Lexington, Greensboro and Raleigh North Carolina facilities. Environmental, Health & Safety Manager is responsible for assisting sites with implementing the WestRock’s S&H Management system, developing and implementing effective injury prevention programs, ensuring compliance with company policies, standards and regulatory requirements and helping to build consistency throughout the sites by providing functional/technical expertise to the assigned locations. The position will be based at (could be at one of the locations or offsite).   The successful candidate must have experience with EH&S program implementation, management systems, leading incident investigations, training with hourly and management personnel, conducting EH&S audits and driving cultural change. How you will impact WestRock: • Develop and implement programs, plans and management systems consistent with WestRock’s corporate environmental, health & safety requirements. • Work with site personnel in implementing hazard identification and prevention programs and with the development and implementation of site-specific injury reduction plans. • Lead, or assist plant management in leading, incident, near miss and SIF and potential SIF investigations to ensure root causes are determined and corrective actions are implemented.  Analyze incident reports and evaluate injury case studies to aggressively pinpoint and mitigate safety risks. • Complete and submit reports and applications as required by local, state and/or federal regulations. • Build employee relationships and advance WestRock’s culture and hazard mitigation through coaching, mentoring, and engagement with employees at all levels of the organization. • Provide EH&S technical assistance to the sites including providing advice on machine guarding, powered industrial trucks, lockout/tagout, electrical, confined spaces, fall prevention, recordkeeping, air emissions, pollution prevention, stormwater, reporting and other environmental and safety regulatory issues.    • Work with facilities to respond to, identify and implement actions required to address environmental and safety audit findings in a timely, effective and cost-efficient manner.    • Conduct environmental, health & safety training for facilities as necessary, utilizing and coordinating with WestRock’s EHS Auditing and Training staff.  Provide subject matter expertise for corporate-wide safety training sessions. • Participate in WestRock Environmental, Health & Safety audits as required. • Analyze EH&S data for trends and develop improvement plans. What you need to succeed: • Bachelor’s degree – Occupational Safety, sciences, engineering or similar • Certified Safety Professional preferred – ASP/CSP, Certified Industrial Hygiene-CIH • 1 to 5 years of experience which includes supporting multiple locations • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills • Strong communication, presentation, training and facilitation skills are essential   • Advanced to expert skills using the Microsoft suite, including Excel, PowerPoint and Access databases.   • Thorough knowledge of U.S. Safety & Health laws and regulations and International requirements desired, including OSHA, ANSI, and NFPA • Proficient Computer Skills (e.g. Microsoft Office – Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word)   • Self-starter and able to manage time with each location.  What we offer: • Corporate culture based on integrity, respect, accountability and excellence • Comprehensive training with numerous learning and development opportunities • An attractive salary reflecting skills, competencies and potential • A career with a global packaging company where Sustainability, Safety and Inclusion are business drivers and foundational elements of the daily work WestRock Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating and maintaining a diverse workforce: Minorities/Females/ Disabled/Veterans.  Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
WestRock Fernandina Beach, Florida, USA
Jul 31, 2019
Full time
Career Opportunity: The Environmental Engineer is responsible for assisting the Environmental Manager ensure that environmental compliance is maintained by preventing pollution from a large, fully-integrated Kraft pulp mill. What you need to succeed:   Required Qualifications   Bachelor’s degree in Chemical or Environmental Engineering, or Bachelor's degree Environmental Science or other engineering or science degree and experience in environmental compliance at a manufacturing facility or as a consultant.  Proficient computer skills (including MS Office, most importantly Excel and Microsoft Word) Willing and able to walk and work in an industrial location indoors or outdoors, including walking up and down steps and ladders with all safety equipment (hard hat, safety glasses, ear plugs, gloves, steel-toed shoes, etc.) Eligible to work in the United States Required Competencies Excellent work ethic Strong interpersonal skills Excellent planning, organizational, time management and prioritization skills Good oral and written communication skills are required to accurately discuss items with sensitive legal implications and communicate those issues with regulatory personnel. How you will impact WestRock: The Environmental Engineer will be required to perform any of the following work functions: Coordinate sampling, reporting and training associated with regulatory permits (NPDES process wastewater, NPDES stormwater, water withdrawal, Title V Air Operation). Manage waste programs including solid, hazardous, universal wastes and reuse/recycling. Work with local, state, and federal regulatory agencies to obtain and maintain permits. Prepare a variety of regulatory reports which include data collection, calculations, accurate recordkeeping and an adherence to regulatory deadlines. Establish, write and communicate programs and policies to comply with regulatory programs. Conduct training to both hourly and salaried personnel. Support operations in the functioning of the environmental controls systems, including the wastewater treatment plant and air pollution control devices. Back-up the Environmental Chemist to conduct daily wastewater treatment rounds and analytical testing of final effluent in his absence. Participate in the on-call duty rotation.  Approximately every four weeks, in rotation with other Environmental Department team members, participate in weekend call duty.  When on-call duty, check air regulatory alarms and CEMS calibrations, check wastewater treatment plant and deep well-operating data, provide status reports to Mill personnel via email, and remain on call to respond to emergencies. WestRock Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating and maintaining a diverse workforce: Minorities/Females/ Disabled/Veterans. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com