This is a safety manager position scheduled to start work at 6:00AM Monday through Saturday with possible shifts on Sunday. The safety manager will be working a minimum 60 hours per week and will be eligible for overtime after 40 hours per week.
The position is currently open, and is expected to terminate on May 31, 2017. There is an opportunity for direct hire upon completion of the project.
- Conducting Project Safety Inspections and Orientations
- Safety Training as requested/required
- Observation and Monitoring
- Document reviews, contractor correspondence and document management
- Other tasks and activities within the realm of the EHS profession within the Consultant's skills, abilities, certifications and authorizations
The Safety Manager is expected to plan, implement, coordinate, and supervise the site-specific environmental, health and safety procedures in accordance with project policies and procedures, and provide competent advice and recommendations to the Project Team with regards to safety matters. The Safety Manager will be required to anticipate, detect, and assist in the correction of hazards in the workplace; and administer safety policies and procedures.
The Safety Manager candidate is to have:
- A minimum of 10 years commercial construction project safety experience with progressive increases in responsibilities,
- Civil and bridge construction experience,
- 30-Hour OSHA Construction Outreach Training or equivalent within the last 5 years;
- Knowledge of OSHA, federal state, and local safety laws and regulations;
- The ability to develop and review Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA),
- The ability to enforce company regulations as required;
- The ability to recognize and anticipate hazardous situations and implement corrective measures,
- Good communication skills, including computer literacy (Microsoft Office); and be proficient in giving presentations, training, and public speaking;
- The ability to freely traverse a construction site that will include demolition work, and new steel and concrete construction. This will include climbing ladders, stair towers, and scaffold, entering and exiting excavations, and using ramps as well as the full range of temperature and weather extremes of the area.
- The ability to assist with typical minor site activities, such as moving/installing barricades, delineators, cones, caution tape; assisting with cleaning activities, etc. This position may involve manual handling of objects and material.
- The experience and skills for conducting and coordinating incident investigations.
The following are not required, but desirable:
- Certification as a CHST or CSP
- Bi-lingual abilities (English and Spanish)
- Current First-Aid and CPR Trainer status
- OSHA 500