Arconic’s La Porte, IN facility has an immediate opening for an EHS Manager. Our passionate commitment to EHS provides the successful candidate with an excellent environment in which to work and the leadership commitment and support to deliver results. This position is a key member of the location’s EHS team and is highly visible position in the plant and Business Unit.
The position provides an excellent platform for potential future growth to the successful candidate. Arconic Power and Propulsion is a world leader in the investment casting of superalloys, aluminum and titanium primarily for jet aircraft and industrial gas turbine markets and a leading supplier of structural components for the aerospace, automotive, commercial transportation, and other industrial markets. Our La Porte location is on the front edge of the rapid growth in the aerospace and turbine industries and has completed construction of a new plant that is the most advanced investment casting facility in the world.
This position will manage, guide and assist in the development of the EHS Systems; Provide leadership, strategic guidance and training in the resolution of EHS systems issues and Drive EHS systems continuous improvement
Key Responsibilities of this position include:
- Provides technical support and direction for environmental compliance programs and practices.
- Develops, recommends and implements programs to assure compliance with all applicable local, state and federal environmental regulations including documentation, reporting, permits, manifests, training, and policy development. Coordinates and manages all on-site hazardous materials.
- Oversees all aspects of safety and health administration. Influences positive and proactive safety programs and practices. Leads and facilitates the plant safety committee.
- Manages and supports corporate, local, state and federal health and safety regulatory compliance. Develops, implements, and communicates safety policies and procedures.
- Coordinates with Human Resources in the management of all loss prevention and workers’ compensation programs. Acts as the primary contact for all employees on accident reporting, investigation and hazard elimination. Tracks all activity for the facility related to lost work time, return to work initiatives, and restricted duty provisions.
- Develops and administers EH&S training and communication programs (HAZCOM, HAZMAT, confined space, personal protective equipment, MSDS, Job Safety Analysis, etc.).
- Tracks all training programs and prepares annual training plans.
- Acts as the emergency evacuation coordinator for the facility.
- Interfaces with external agencies, plant, division and corporate contacts regarding various EH&S initiatives, programs and practices.
- Demonstrate continual focus on improvements and enhancements.
- Performs other duties and special projects as assigned.
- Work in a safe manner that promotes the health and well-being of the individual and the environment.
- Coach and counsel location leaders to assist them in the execution of their EHS accountabilities.
- Partner with location leadership to deliver EHS objectives.
- Develop and execute strategic and tactical EHS plans to drive fatality prevention, increase risk recognition and reduce injuries/incidents, improve employee health and environmental protection.
- Lead the integration of human performance concepts through the organization.
- Act as location representative to key internal and external stakeholders.
- Manage Worker Compensation cases for successful cost control and return to active work.
- Lead, mentor, and support location’s professional EHS staff
- The ideal candidate will possess the following:
- Strong communication skills, analytical skills, problem solving and human relations skills.
- Ability to make difficult decisions with sometimes and incomplete set of data.
- Critical skills include: Execution, attention to detail, initiative, conflict resolution, customer focus, collaboration, building ownership and commitment, developing others, establishing and direction, drive for change, tenacity, getting organization support and tenacity.
- Demonstrated professional with passion for change and relentless focus on execution
- Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution.
- A minimum of 7 years leadership experience working in an Environmental, Health, and Safety role within a manufacturing environment.
- Employees must be legally authorized to work in the US. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not eligible for this position.
- Bachelor's degree in Safety Sciences, Environmental Sciences or other closely related field
- Professional certification as a CSP is strongly preferred.
- Knowledge of applicable Federal and State related regulations and procedures.