Construction Safety Engineer Job in Virginia


Construction Safety Engineer Job in Virginia

We’re looking for an audacious and motivated candidate to join our OAC team As a Construction Safety Engineer, you are passionate about safety, training, investigations, and interested in identifying and solving problems. If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.


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·Perform risk assessments for all construction related tasks.

·Maintain a working relationship with project team to facilitate zero incidents.

·Provide guidance to the project team, and our contractors, to implement effective safety methodologies on site.

·Facilitate incident investigation, root cause analysis and reporting for corrective actions.

·Work in conjunction with company loss control team to ensure deliverables and job functions maintain minimum standards.

·Participate and assist with on-site training to enhance safety efforts.

·Be actively engaged in maintaining cross-functional relationships to foster cooperation and enhance safety endeavors.

·Effectively integrate into the construction sequence on site to facilitate best in class safety performance.

·Function within an OCIP environment effectively.

Minimum Qualifications: 

·5+ years of construction experience in a dedicated safety role.

·Experience working within an OCIP environment.

·Experience with the implementation of Environmental Health & Safety enhancement programs.

·Experience partnering with team members and contractors.

·Industry knowledge to understand the design and deployment of technical electrical and mechanical systems as related to mission critical construction processes.

·Knowledge of practices in design and construction industry, including knowledge of fast-track design-build process and associated documents and contracts.

·Experience with ground-up construction and greenfield site development requirements.

·Experience with retrofit projects in live mission-critical environments or occupied spaces.

Preferred Qualifications: 

· Bachelor’s degree in occupational health and safety from an accredited university

·Certified Safety Professional (CSP), or Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) current designation through Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP)

·OSHA 500 certification



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