EHS Site Manager – TECHSTAFF of AZ

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About the job

A Site EHS Manager works with the Site Leader, Operations, Quality, Continuous Improvement, and Human Resources functions at a site level to ensure our employees are safe and to maintain compliance with environmental, health and safety regulations, and drive the execution of the EHS strategy to create a culture of EHS excellence. The Site EHS Manager will report to the Site Lead with a functional dotted line to the multi-site lead. Challenges: Within the role of Site EHS Manager change management will be a major focus area. This will include, but not limited to:

* Cultural Change – drive the transformation the current EHS culture from compliance to culturally based

* System Change – working with the Corporate Safety & Health, Environmental and EHS Management Systems Lead to implement, review, update, create and maintain the Corporate and Local EHS Management System processes and associated documentation

Therefore, the ideal candidate for this role must be able to act as a strong change agent within the site and be able to influence managers and employees to take appropriate actions. Must be able to effectively communicate EHS risks and assist leaders in assessing and prioritizing these risks based on legal requirements and business objectives/needs. Must be able to work closely with management and legal counsel to address regulatory compliance and liability issues.


* Bias for Action and Achieving Results (Maintains a focus on organizational results, sets clear expectations, acts quickly to resolve issues and breaks down barriers to success)

* Influence, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (Uses relationships to influence decisions and actions, negotiates win-win solutions, effectively resolves issues)

* Program Management and/or strategic guidance (Focuses on long-term vision and strategic direction, able to plan programs for improvement)

* Communication Skills (Listens and responds appropriately to others, expresses ideas clearly, and persuasively, and fosters two-way communication)

* Leadership Skills and Change Leadership (Embraces change and models the use of change processes, effectively participates on teams, selects teams, and leads teams)

* Decision making (Determines a specific course of action in a timely manner)

* Planning, Organizing and Measuring, and data analysis (Creates workable plans to achieve results; develops and monitors appropriate metrics; good use of tools to evaluate data)

* Confidence, Courage, and Conviction (Displays self-confidence, demonstrates the courage of convictions, and sets an example in own actions)

* Risk Taking (Tries new and untested ideas and approaches. Doesn’t opt for the way it has always been done)


At a minimum must hold a bachelor’s degree in a technical discipline: Occupational Safety & Health, Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Health, Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Environment, Health and Safety, Chemistry, Biology, or appropriate science-related field. Advanced certification, additional specialized safety education, and/or equivalent work experience are desired but not required. These may include Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) NEBOSH Certification, etc.


A minimum of 8-10 years of experience in the environmental, health and safety discipline with a strong focus on safety required. At least 5 years of working in a manufacturing environment as a safety professional is required. Experience in aerospace preferred.