HSSEA Manager Job in US
Requisition ID: 2018-33588
Work Location: US-CO-Greeley
Department / Discipline: HSSE
Position Type: Staff / Permanent
Overview / Responsibilities
Wood is currently seeking a Health, Safety, Security & Environmental Manager to support our Pipeline Construction team based from Greeley, CO. The position of HSSE Manager reports directly to the Vice President HSSE for the Wood Process & Energy Group.
This is a senior level role that requires a high level of commitment and dedication to the health and well-being of others in our industry. The ideal candidate will have education, training, and experience in the fields of occupational safety and health commensurate with the desired position. This includes experience with behavior based programs and concepts, training, injury management, program development, personnel management, leadership development, site management, supervisor engagement, client interaction, management counsel, injury care, and other HSSE experience that may not be listed here. The position calls for candidates with passion and drive.
*Wood will not sponsor an employment Visa to fill this position.
Key Aims & Objectives
Positively influence employees, management team and overall business unit by action, belief and conviction in the human system of safety management. Improve performance by setting an example of no compromise safety excellence.
Support Wood’s HSSE initiatives, programs and overall safety culture.
Review existing policies and procedures, making recommendations for improvement
Assist in the development of new HSSE policies and procedures to meet Business Unit and overall Wood needs
Utilize Wood audit protocols for all project locations
Ensure the business is legally compliant with all health and safety legislation
Manage incident investigation and root cause analysis processes, and prepare required report(s)
Lead employees and crews in the planning, recognition, evaluation, and mediation of risk for all projects
Gain knowledge and understanding of applicable legislative, client, and Wood requirements for the overall business unit
Engage in the HSSE Training process for the Project
Recommend solutions to issues, improvement opportunities or new prevention measures
Communicate effectively and regularly with Wood employees and management team
Oversee injury care for employees and partner with People & Organization in all injury claims
Supervise the needs of the Project HSSE Department
Skills / Qualifications
High school diploma or GED
Minimum of 7 years of experience in Construction HSSE management, with at least 4 years in a management role
Understanding of basic construction work practices
Capable of providing HSSE oversight for business unit with projects based throughout the United States
NCCER ICTP Course for Instructors
PBS Facilitator Workshop
CPR/AED/First Aid Certification
Additional leadership or HSSE based continuing education
Thorough understanding of construction work practices.
Excellent written and verbal communication; includes use of proper grammar, spelling, etc.
Ability to interact with both craft and supervisory employees
High level of integrity for reporting as well as upholding company policy, personal activities, etc.
Ability to complete basic HSSE related tasks with little direction after initial assignment
Ability to objectively audit compliance in the workplace
Nationally recognized certifications (CSP, ASP. CHST, or OHST) and/or Degree in Occupational Safety & Health or related field
May be required to lift and carry items weighing no more than 50 pounds
Must possess enough strength and stamina to perform the responsibilities and duties as identified above
Must be able to move in and around confined spaces and uneven areas
Must have full range of motion consistent with age.
May be required consistently to work 12+ hour shifts performing construction based labor in varying temperature extremes and conditions.
May be required, on occasion, to work up to 16 hours in a single shift.
Must be able to climb and maintain balance on stairs, ladders, scaffolds and steel framework.
Must be able to adequately hear and respond to voice commands and alerts from other employees, alarms, and other job related noises.
Visual acuity, depth perception and color discrimination consistent with that required to work at heights and on uneven surfaces
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to frequently inspect the project and may be exposed to ongoing construction and various weather conditions.
The noise level in the work environment may range from moderate to loud.