Syngenta

We are a business that helps humanity face its toughest challenge: how to feed a rising population, sustainably. Our world class science and innovative crop solutions transform how crops are grown to enable millions of growers to make better use of available resources. 
 
At the heart of our contribution is The Good Growth Plan, our six commitments to address critical challenges the world faces to achieve food security. Our business – and the world’s food security – depend on sustainable natural resources, healthy ecosystems and thriving rural communities. Which is why we cooperate with industry partners, governments and NGOs to support the achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Syngenta is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion or any other employment practices for reasons of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.

Syngenta Greensboro, NC, USA
Oct 15, 2018
Full time
About this Job:  The overall purpose of the job is to act as primary HSE (Health, Safety, Environment) advisor / liaison for the various business units at the Greensboro. Ensure compliance with federal, state and local HSE regulations and Syngenta policies and standards. Responsible for all aspects of HSE program development, implementation and improvement. Add expertise and collaborate with the greater Syngenta HSE community.  Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Ensure site compliance with federal, state and local HSE regulations and Syngenta policies and standards in a complex site housing office, laboratory, and pilot plant operations. Coordinate the site Emergency Management Team, train the site spill team, and manage the site Greensboro HSES Integrated Contingency and Emergency Action Plan. Serve as site coordinator for the NC Department of Labor (DOL) Carolina Star Program and serve as an external Special Star Team Member (SSTM) in support of statewide program. Own the development, implementation, maintenance and improvement of a comprehensive HSE program and related management systems for the site. Coordinate and risk assess projects impacting HSE, e.g., management of change (i.e. experiments, process improvements, etc.), new construction, and other initiatives. Primary point of contact with North America (NA) HSE Regional experts. Compile and submit all required regulatory reports including Tier II, Bi-Annual Waste Report, Semi-Annual Air Permit, SERAM reporting. Lead, influence and own all HSE Site Inspections (regulatory or otherwise) through action plan closure. Communicate significant HSE risks/impacts to the business, and oversee action item closure. Provide HSE related guidance and training for all employees, 3rd party contract employees, trade contractors and visitors. Drive HSE awareness techniques, including safety meetings/committees and safety alerts; enhance employee engagement. Serve as site environmental expert (Hazardous waste, Air Permit, etc.). Ensure required Industrial Hygiene (IH) monitoring for the site is completed as required including but not limited to, respiratory fit testing, flex hood monitoring, and ergonomics assessments. Develop, improve and maintain site HSE Intranet information, databases and pertinent records, and other database entry as needed. Participate on site incident investigations and lead HSE communications regarding incident learning’s. Participate on cross-functional teams, partner with peers and support all HSE network-wide initiatives. Assist Management and Facilities as required in all areas of operations as it relates to HSE principles, including operational and capital budgets. Maintain a strong presence onsite through site walk-throughs, inspections, etc. Assist Regional HSE with project implementation and site audits and serve as site regulatory audit contact. Provide guidance and attend meetings with community organizations and professional development groups (i.e., LEPC, NCMA, CAPCA, ASSP).  Manage operational aspects of the site security program. Qualifications   A four-year technical degree required. A minimum of three years of HSE auditing/management experience Course work in safety or environmental issues preferred. Knowledge of HSE (Health, Safety, Environment) regulations, e.g. OSHA, NFPA, EPA, DOT. Ability to interpret legislation as it applies to agri-business. Ability to organize and conduct a site HSE audit, conduct risk analysis of HSE issues. Additional Knowledge, Skills, Traits & Abilities: Application of HSE experience and OSHA/EPA regulations to Syngenta systems/organization. Ability to identify potential risks and safety issues throughout the site & during design reviews. Ability to work with a variety of people and develop a strong HSE culture. Ability to create and communicate through networks, newsletters, safety bulletins and the intranet. Ability to conduct thorough HSE audits and inspections. Ability to communicate HSE information throughout organization and present key metrics to senior managers. Physical Requirements Ability to lift up to 50 pounds to waist. Ability to carry 50 pounds for a short distance. Must be able to walk long distances and stand on their feet for long periods of time. Must be able to climb multiple flights of stairs. Must be able to climb ladders and work at heights. Must pass a medical clearance to wear a respirator. Must pass a physical for a hazardous materials worker.  Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Syngenta Lone Tree, IA, USA
Oct 15, 2018
About this Job:   The overall purpose of the job is to act as primary Health, Safety, Environment and Security advisor / liaison for the site leadership team.  Ensure compliance with federal, state and local Health, Safety, Environment and Security regulations and Syngenta policies and standards.  Responsible for all aspects of Health, Safety, Environment and Security programs development, implementation and improvement.  Add expertise and collaborate with the greater Syngenta Health, Safety, Environment and Security community.    Essential Duties & Responsibilities:   Ensure site compliance with federal, state and local HSE&S regulations and Syngenta policies and standards, including security Own the development, implementation, maintenance and improvement of a comprehensive HSE program and related management systems for site(s) Coordinate and risk assess projects impacting HSE, e.g., management of change (i.e. quality changes, process improvements, etc.), new construction, and other initiatives Primary point of contact between NA HSE&S Corporate or HSE&S Regulatory Entity and Site(s) Lead, influence and own all HSE&S Site(s) Inspections (regulatory or otherwise) through action plan closure Facilitate Letter of Assurance and Operational Safety Profile process, communicate significant HSE risks to the business, and oversee action item closure Provide HSE&S related guidance and training for all employees, 3rd   party contract employees, trade contractors and visitors Employ HSE&S awareness techniques, including toolbox talks, safety meetings/committees and safety alerts; enhance employee engagement Develop, improve and maintain site Intranet information, databases and pertinent records, SAP and other database entry as needed. Participate on site incident investigations and lead HSE&S communications regarding incident learning’s Participate on cross-functional teams, partner with peers and support all network-wide initiatives Assist Manager as required in all areas of operations as it relates to HSE&S principles, including operational and capital budgets, may participate in performance reviews of personnel Maintain a strong presence onsite through site walk-throughs, inspections, etc. - expect 40% of time on the plant floor  Qualifications:   A four-year degree required.  HSE job experience considered a plus Course work in safety or environmental issues preferred Knowledge of HSE&S regulations, e.g. OSHA, EPA, DOT Ability to interpret legislation as it applies to agri-business Ability to organize and conduct a site HSE audit, conduct risk analysis of HSE issues A minimum of three years of HSE auditing/management experience All applicants must be eligible to work in the U.S.      Additional Knowledge, Skills, Traits & Abilities:   Experience in the seed industry preferred Familiarity with seed/agricultural operations Position requires being able to lift 50 lbs. Position requires working 7 days a week during critical time of year Position requires travel by vehicle during certain periods of year Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com