Arconic is currently seeking a highly motivated and energetic team members to join our rotational Acquiring Talent Program (ATP) as an EHS Coordinator - ATP. The first rotation will be based out of Danville, Illinois. This position may require some travel to satellite locations. The second rotation may be based out of PA, IA, TN, or TX. The rotations are designed to provide exposure and support for operations as well as GRP headquarters level processes and functions.
About Arconic Acquiring Talent Program (ATP): ATP is designed to hire high-potential leaders who have strong biases toward action, the execution of business results, and achieving results. It is also designed to ensure the long-term success of our business by supplementing our current talent to fill our need for Arconic’s future leaders. This program is designed as a 24-month rotational program for candidates with previous experiences they can use to launch and accelerate their careers at Arconic.
Why Arconic? Arconic provides team members with the opportunity to be part of real world business scenarios. Arconic ATP participants learn our business processes and are given ample mentoring and instruction through developmental plans and experiencing multiple parts of our business through their rotations. Their skills are sharpened as full members of a project team, working alongside leaders in partnership with business unit clients. Our ATP participants are also exposed to a variety of project-based assignments which allow them to add value to the company.
The Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) Coordinator works closely with location manufacturing, maintenance, engineering, and support staff personnel to develop and deploy a wide-range of comprehensive EHS systems that support Arconic's commitment of zero non-compliances and zero injuries. They must also be able to assess training effectiveness and employee competence.
- Manage the EHS systems for his/her assigned area of responsibility.
- They will play a key leadership role in reducing risk of incident and injury and will drive implementation of Human Performance systems.
- Lead the EHS training coordination and implementation for hourly and salaried employees, performs internal self-assessment activities (ASATs), monitors, tracks, and reports key EHS metrics, and ensures compliance with federal, state, local and corporate regulatory programs.
- Assist with incident investigations to ensure completeness and accuracy, develop and track corrective actions
- Act as a change agent for the area, lead multi-disciplinary teams to make process improvements and reduce risk of injury, incorporate Arconic Business Systems (ABS - lean manufacturing) across the departments' material flow paths, have a high level understanding of manufacturing process, participate hands-on in leading ABS activities through A3s, TPM, Kaizen, or problem solving methodology, work with data and analysis tools to identify potential issues, determine root causes of problem areas, generate potential action plans and monitor progress in significant and critical areas, as well as track continuous improvements.
- The successful EHS Coordinator will help to utilize fully the diverse workforce at Arconic and will allow each individual equal opportunity to realize his/her full potential. The EHS Coordinator is responsible for the professional development of Safety Representatives and Human Performance Advocates from their respected areas.
- Although EHS Coordinators work primarily daytime shifts Monday through Friday, it is expected they work off-shifts as needed to support the functions of this role and are on call as first line help chain 24 hrs per day, seven days per week.
- Bachelor’s degree in Occupational/Environmental Health and Safety, Environmental Engineering or Safety Science from an accredited institution.
- Employees must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
- This position is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) which requires U.S. person status. ITAR defines U.S. person as an U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Political Asylee, or Refugee.
- 3-5 years of Environmental, Health and Safety experience.
- Professional safety and/or health certifications (CSP, CIH, ASP) strongly desired.
- Experience in a heavy manufacturing setting is preferred.
- Prefer demonstrated proficiency in program development, incident investigation, root-cause analysis, and driving continuous improvement