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Company Name:
Approximate Salary:
Greenville, North Carolina
United States
Job Categories:
EH&S Corporate Director/Manager
Industry Segments:
Experience level:
6-10 years
Education level:
Bachelor's Degree

EHS Director

Position Overview

This position drives results in a fast-paced environment by managing the activities of personnel in the EH&S department and develops strategic plans for continuous improvement in EH&S performance.  This role plays a key part in driving a culture of excellence in EH&S and will establish and guide site environmental, health and safety regulatory requirements and best practices.

Key Responsibility Areas

  • People Leadership:  Lead in the development of a culture, and supporting systems, to drive open communication, participate in intra/inter-departmental idea sharing to build an engaged team; advance and model Mayne Pharma values and leadership commitments; assure the highest levels of quality, safety, compliance and integrity are adhered to in all interactions 
  • Promote Culture of Safety:  Develop, implement and maintain EH&S policies, procedures, programs, and compliance initiatives that contribute to employee health and safety and maintain compliance with environmental standards
  • Safety Leadership:  Lead in the promotion of culture of proactive safety and compliance across the organization and facilitate continuous improvement; drive the development and implementation of an employee training program focused on EH&S compliance and best management practices


Specific Responsibilities

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Ensure a safe and healthy working environment for personnel, vendors, contractors through management and training of compliance policies
  • Coordinate and guide external consultants, contractors to assure compliance with corporate standards as well as federal and local regulations; specifically, commission an annual third-party gap assessment and develop required remediation and risk mitigation plans
  • Manage and maintain policies and programs to manage waste streams, comply with permits, investigate events, environmental accounting, air permits and emissions
  • Mange industrial hygiene programs and ensure risks of exposure, particularly to hazardous chemicals and active pharmaceutical agents, are mitigated
  • Conduct hazard assessments and risk assessments for active pharmaceutical ingredients
  • When needed, provide design input to ensure equipment and facilities are safely and compliantly designed
  • Ensure compliant record keeping such as EMR, DART, OSHA 300 log, etc.
  • Conduct learning sessions, both electronic and classroom, to inform and update employees regarding critical policies


Key Competencies/Requirements

  • Accountability:  Assume responsibility for successfully accomplishing work objectives and delivering business results; setting high standards of performance for self and others
  • Agility:  Respond positively to change, embracing and using new practices or values to accomplish goals and solve problems
  • Creativity:  Explore and advances opportunities to develop novel solutions and approaches to the improvement of processes and services
  • Empowerment:  Find opportunities to improve and extend their contribution to the organization and their teammates
  • Integrity:  Demonstrate the highest commitment to integrity and showing respect for and value all individuals for their diverse backgrounds, experiences, styles, approaches and ideas
  • Passion:  Evidence passion for the organization, our people, and the difference we make daily in improving the lives and health of people
  • Conflict Resolution:  Bring substantial conflicts and disagreements into the open and attempt to manage them collaboratively, building consensus, keeping the best interests of the organization in mind, not only one's own interest
  • Problem Solving:  Build a logical approach to address problems or opportunities or manage the situation at hand by drawing on one’s knowledge and experience base and calling on other references and resources as necessary
  • Task Management:  Strong organizational skills, ability to define, delineate roles and responsibilities effectively; plan well, flexible and able to facilitate change, optimize quality and productivity as projects progress



  • Master's degree, in EH&S, industrial hygiene or a related field with at least 7 years of experience managing a safety, occupational health, or environmental compliance group
  • Bachelor’s degree, in EH&S, industrial hygiene or a related field with at least 8 years of experience managing a safety, occupational health, or environmental compliance group
  • Must possess an expert knowledge of environmental, health, and safety regulations; in particular, the Occupational Safety and Health Standards of General Industry, 29 CFR Part 1910, 1926, AHERA, CAA, CWA, CERCLA, HWSA, RCRA, SARA, and TSCA
  • Prefer CSP and/or CIH certification
  • Experience with Carolina Star program preferred.
  • Demonstrated prior leadership/management experience and ability to lead and promote safety programs while engaging employees and enabling a safe work culture
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with FDA cGMP, FMEA and Risk Analysis; knowledge of federal, state and local regulatory requirements as well as pharmaceutical industry requirements and standards
  • Must have completed or have the ability to complete the 40-hour hazardous waste site worker course


Physical Requirements

  • Potential exposure to hazardous chemicals and other active chemical ingredients


General Statement

Mayne Pharma is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.