AdvanSix

AdvanSix is a fully integrated manufacturer of nylon 6 resin, chemical intermediates and ammonium sulfate fertilizer.

AdvanSix is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, religion, or veteran status.

AdvanSix Philadelphia, PA, USA
Aug 08, 2018
Internship- Paid
The HSE coop will be an integral member of the Frankford HSE staff and be involved in current projects and process improvements initiatives. Regular duties may include:   Inspecting the plant for environmental or safety issues Assisting in problem solving and investigation Assisting in management system development including department procedures Assisting in regulatory reporting obligations Calculating environmental emissions Contributing ideas to improve HSE performance.  Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
AdvanSix Chesterfield, VA, USA
Aug 08, 2018
Full time
An excellent career opportunity is currently available for a  Health Safety and Environmental (HSE) Specialist  located at the AdvanSix Resins & Chemicals manufacturing facility in  Chesterfield, VA.    AdvanSix is a fully-integrated nylon manufacturing leader serving customers globally with a range of resins, films, fertilizers and chemical intermediates found in everyday life. Through its chemical engineers, agronomists, logistics experts and support teams, AdvanSix is able to respond quickly to customer needs in end markets that include carpet, textiles, engineering plastics, films, industrial filament and high-value crops. Headquartered in New Jersey, its plants in Chesterfield, Va., Hopewell, Va., Frankford, Pa., and Pottsville, Pa. are some of the largest and most efficient of their kind. Its research and development efforts in North America, Asia and India are focused on developing innovative process technologies and new products that will lead the nylon industry into the future.    The HSE Specialist will provide global support for driving safety excellence. This role is focused on implementation of effective operating mechanisms that assure regulatory compliance, management of HSE and achievement of performance excellence at the operating line level and supporting a mature HSE culture via the systematic processes.   Key Responsibilities: Demonstrates strong commitment to HSE excellence and a passion for occupational safety. Leads by example and engages and inspires employees daily to want to work safely and look out for their co-workers' well-being. Develop and support the implementation of HSE programs and practices consistent with the regulatory and corporate requirements. Provide expert technical support across the organization. Assist in establishing vision, goals, objectives and targets for HSE performance. Assist in developing quality metrics to drive performance improvement; Provide expert hands-on technical involvement on issues, programs, and processes involving compliance with HSE standards and policies. Provide assistance to maintain and improve site HSE Management System in accordance with Responsible Care 14001 standards. Provide expert technical support for Industrial Hygiene Programs including Personnel & Area Sampling, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) selection & compliance, Hazard Communication Program, Chemical Approvals, and Training. Participate in HSE activities and teams to improve and drive the HSE maturity level via Continuous Improvement Position is to support the HSE programs by engaging and spending in the time operating areas on a daily basis. Manage the site loss prevention programs. Position will be involved with the development, implementation and verification of the site’s compliance training programs. Assist and support the operating areas on a 24/7 basis as needed. (i.e. plant turn a rounds). Basic Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in safety or environmental science, engineering, chemistry or related science discipline required Minimum 3 years progressive experience in an occupational safety, health or environmental role  Thorough working understanding of U.S. Occupational Safety, EPA, etc. laws and regulations is essential Experience with ISO based management systems, RC14001 experience preferred. Industrial Hygiene experience in a manufacturing environment. Valid Driver’s License Additional Qualifications: Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to provide timely and effective communications to all levels of the organization. Demonstrated ability to use influencing skills to accomplish goals and objectives. Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals at all level of an organization. Strong decision-making skills with bias for action balanced with consensus building abilities. Ability to prioritize work and handle multiple / varied tasks efficiently. Demonstrated proficiently with incident investigations and root cause analysis. Proficient computer skills (Microsoft Office, databases, SAP, graphics). Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or other certifications are a plus. Radiation Safety Officer or working knowledge of Radiation Programs a plus. Six Sigma (Green Belt certified) or equivalent experience implementing productivity / continuous improvement projects is desired. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
AdvanSix Chester, VA, USA
Aug 08, 2018
Full time
An excellent career opportunity is currently available for a HSE Manager with AdvanSix.     AdvanSix is a fully-integrated nylon manufacturing leader serving customers globally with a range of resins, films, fertilizers and chemical intermediates found in everyday life. Through its chemical engineers, agronomists, logistics experts and support teams, AdvanSix can respond quickly to customer needs in end markets that include carpet, textiles, engineering plastics, films, industrial filament and high-value crops. Headquartered in New Jersey, its plants in Chesterfield, Va., Hopewell, Va., Frankford, Pa., and Pottsville, Pa. are some of the largest and most efficient of their kind. Its research and development efforts in North America, Asia and India are focused on developing innovative process technologies and new products that will lead the nylon industry into the future.  The Manager of Health Safety and Environment will be responsible to maintain and improve the Chesterfield Plant’s HSE programs. This role will provide health, safety, process safety, environmental and security leadership to ensure constant compliance of all local, state, federal regulatory requirements. You will be expected to lead a world class HSE program that is protective of our employee and our community. Key Responsibilities:    Establish and communicate a clear vision for establishing a world class HSE programs to achieve 100% regulatory compliance. Sets clear expectations for leadership including front-line leaders for HSE compliance. Lead and provide expert hands-on technical involvement on issues, programs, and processes involving compliance with HSE standards and policies. Member of the sites Leadership Team and will need to provide strategic input to ensure the site operates safe and successfully. Continued integration of the Responsible Care 14001 management system and HSE into the sites operating systems. Participate in site activities on a regular basis, including tier meetings, floor visits, rapid problem solving, and continuous improvement discussions. Participate in significant HSE incident investigations and root cause analyses  Can lead site in the brainstorming, planning, and implementation of systems to improve operations and compliance. Sets up systems to audit implementation, and modifies plans as needed to continuously improve site safety compliance and site HSE culture. Demonstrates strong commitment to HSE and a passion for employee safety. Leads by example and engages and inspires employees daily to follow processes that achieve world class HSE performance. Improve and engage employee attitudes around HSE through teaching, leading and one-on-one contacts. Manage the sites security requirements and drive systematic improvements Implementation of systems to regularly collect, track and trend key HSE performance indicators. Analyzes leading and lagging data creates relevant summaries and action plans, and communicates findings and actions to help prevent HSE incidents including near misses. Provides HSE technical advice and tactical support and works with employees at all organizational levels to drive continuous improvement. Accountable for management of HSE corrective actions and timely closure of same. Ensures site employees receive required HSE training. Reviews future/proposed regulations or corporate requirements, recommends path forward to site leadership, and implements appropriate program measures to ensure compliance. Responsible for reviewing of capital projects and other changes, via MOC, PSSR, and HS&E reviews, to ensure concept, design, and installation meet the HSE requirements. Prepare written Emergency Response Plan and manage the Emergency Response Brigade.   Basic Candidate Requirements:    Bachelors’ degree in engineering or science or a closely related technical science discipline is required. 10 plus years professional experience in a Health, Safety, and Environmental role including experience in the chemical process or petrochemical environment 3-5 years demonstrating leadership skills, including a demonstrated aptitude to work with teams and motivate others. Travel a minimum of +10%. US work authorization.    Additional Qualifications: Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to provide timely and effective communications to all levels of the organization. Demonstrated ability to use influencing skills to accomplish goals and objectives. Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals at all level of an organization. Ability to prioritize work and handle multiple / varied tasks efficiently. Demonstrated proficiently with incident investigations and root cause analysis. Proficient computer skills (Microsoft Office, databases, graphics). RC-14001 experience Positive attitude and solid analytical skills are desired plus the successful candidate should be willing to remain well connected via e-mail and other electronic communication tools.  Excellent written and oral communications and organizational skills are a must.  Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com