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Guelph, Ontario
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Environmental Manager/Coordinator: Single site
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3-5 years
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Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) Coordinator - Temporary Contract

Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world. Together with farmers, customers, governments and communities, we help people thrive by applying our insights and over 150 years of experience. We have 150,000 employees in 70 countries who are committed to feeding the world in a responsible way, reducing environmental impact and improving the communities where we live and work.
Cargill Case Ready, part of the Cargill Animal Protein Platform, is a customer facing business who works directly with strategic customers to produce a consumer packaged product; fresh Case Ready grind and whole muscle products. Cargill has an opportunity available for a EHS Professional at the Case Ready Facility in Guelph, ON.  The ideal candidate will be reporting to the Environmental Health and Safety Manager.  You will be an integral part of the EHS team and will provide support for the development, implementation and hands-on support of our Environmental, Health and Safety Programs with Cargill Management System. As the Safety Professional, you will perform tasks and complete projects to support continuous improvement for the prevention and reduction of workplace injuries and illness in order to achieve a proactive safety environment. Also, you will work with all stakeholders to ensure they are involved in this process and understand the requirements and support operations on the production floor.

Principal Accountabilities:
40% Manage environment, health and safety related plans, programs and procedures at the location to achieve excellence in performance:

  • Plan development, improvement and implementation.
  • Training program development, improvement and implementation. Includes new hire safety training as well as annual refresher training for all employees.
  • Overall responsibility for preparing and presenting plant information to Corporate.
  • Performance measurement, tracking and reporting to BU and Corporate level. Utilize metrics to determine EHS priorities for the location.
  • Be an active member of site EHS committees. Provide guidance and leadership to the committees to achieve site engagement in committee-sponsored activities and to achieve site and corporate EHS goals.
  • Conduct plant inspections and on the job coaching with operations team members.

25% Management of multiple EHS databases and other reporting and tracking software to maximize use and value to location and business function:

  • Ensure proper data is entered from site observations, inspections, and incident reports
  • Action items assigned and completion tracked. Overall responsibility for compliance with all assigned tasks
  • Training of new users
  • Performance tracking and reporting

20% EHS record keeping and reporting:

  • Manage all EHS related record keeping and reporting with ultimate responsibility for compliance with all operating permits
  • Provide guidance and oversight to plant operations team to ensure required activities are completed on time for compliance with all regulatory and corporate requirements

15% EHS regulatory analysis and compliance management:

  • Tracking, with ultimate responsibility for leading implementation of new regulations at local level
  • Support delivery of usable guidance and compliance plans to location on existing and new regulations
  • Support and confirm implementation of compliance plans at locations
Qualifications - Required: 

  • Degree in an Occupational/Environmental Health and Safety Discipline (Eg. Environmental Health and Safety, Kinesiology, Ergonomics, Occupational Health etc.)
  • 2+ years of EHS experience in a manufacturing environment.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and implementation experience with safety and environmental regulations 
  • Effective communication skills (written and verbal) demonstrating the ability to interact with multiple levels of the organization and with outside agencies
  • Experience with the development and delivery of required training.
  • Strong analytical problem solving and decision making skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to take initiative and work both independently and with a team
  • Ability to adapt and manage multiple priorities, and learn in a changing work environment
  • Must be eligible to work for Cargill in Canada


  • Joint Health and Safety Committee Certification part one
  • Understanding of Ergonomics, including quantitative and qualitative hazard assessment, and corrective action implementation

Job: Safety/Environmental Health

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Job Type: 

Temporary Work


Day Job

Cargill is an equal opportunity employer and committed to providing accommodation to our job applicants with disabilities. If you require accommodation please contact aodacargill@cargill.com

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