Current Openings

HSE Administrative Assistant – KBRWyle

Posted: Jan 17, 2019

KBRWyle is seeking an Administrative Assistant to handle duties related HSE Regulatory Compliance Support requirements for our customer executive staff members. We are looking for an individual who is efficient and comfortable being a member of a team. The ability to multi-task, while maintaining complex schedules and managing administrative support, is essential in this position. The ideal candidate for this job is resourceful, a good problem solver and organized. Assuring a steady completion of workload in a timely manner is key to success in this position.

One of the main goals of KBRwyle is to keep our team of hardworking professionals happy and motivated. That’s why we need you, a personable, enthusiastic administrative assistant who is flexible and committed to working hard. You will work hand-in-hand with our incredible team to organize, improve and implement filing systems, internal processes and client databases. You will have the exciting opportunity to foster team growth as we work to meet our yearly goals. You will also be challenged by the high-energy environment where you will be a key player in promoting KBRwyle services. If you want to play an integral role in developing customer relationships and improving business processes, then consider working for us.

Administrative Assistant Job Duties:

Aero Compliance Support:

Assist the HSE Department maintain compliance with HSE Legal and Other by providing administrative support which assists department with the requirements listed below:

  • Support Regulatory Event Monitoring Register (REMR) file or equivalent database
  • Support Regulatory Engagement Process for Aero HQ including
  • Assist in Governance Process support.
  • Support HSE Intern/Rotational Engineer Program
  • Perform other duties as assigned

FAA Administration Assistance:

Assist the HSE Department maintain compliance to FAA requirements by providing administrative support which aids the department with the requirements listed below:

  • Assist the Drug & Alcohol Compliance team with various tasks related to compliance of Department of Transportation (DOT) (49CFR Part 40) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) (14CFR Part 120) that mandate the regulatory responsibilities of Part 145 Certificated Repair Stations to maintain an active drug and alcohol program for employees performing safety-sensitive functions in all domestic locations
  • Assist with the onboarding of safety sensitive new hires and transfers
  • Update the Drug and Alcohol Eligibility List on SharePoint
  • Assist with the creation and tracking of training
  • Assists with the bi-annual Drug and Alcohol Program FAA audit and internal audits
  • Assist with the maintenance of the Honeywell FAA Drug & Alcohol Website
  • Assist with reviewing testing documentation as received from collectors and issuing Memorandum for Record as needed.

Maricopa Trip Reduction Plan:

Assist the HSE Department maintain compliance with the Maricopa Trip Reduction Plan (TRP) requirements by providing administrative support which assists department with the requirements listed below:

  • Send new applicants smart card template email referring to elements and benefits of the Trip Reduction Program
  • Complete the Maricopa County Transportation Coordinator Training
  • Process new requests for Valley Metro Smart Card Transportation Passes.
  • Maintain and update as required the TRP Smart Card data base with changes as they occur. (New employees, retirements, etc.)
  • Send smart card deactivation form to Valley Metro for all non-valid users.
  • Communicate updates to the Valley Metro Bus/Light Rail schedule changes
  • Provide training to new Share the Ride Users as needed
  • Provide supplies and prizes for the TRP program.
  • Support the annual TRP fairs at each Honeywell location.
  • Administer vanpool subsidy with Vride on a monthly basis.
  • Support employees who participate in Trip Reduction Program
  • Assist with the annual TRP survey process and reports.
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Job Skills & Qualifications

Required:

  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite software, (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.) filing systems and general office procedures
  • Verbal and written communication skills
  • Well-developed interpersonal skills and knowledge of customer service principles, including customer needs assessments and customer satisfaction evaluations
  • Accuracy and attention to details

Preferred:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 8 years of previous administrative experience

To apply, go to: https://kbrwyle.jobs/phoenix-az/administrative-assistant-iii-compliance-legal/A3506D9BC72549609DF9E0E1C91A131A/job/

Facilities/EHS Manager – Firetrace

Posted: Jan 17, 2019

Facilities/EHS Manager

Reports To: Operations Manager

Location: Scottsdale, AZ

Job Summary: the Facilities /EHS Manager is responsible for maintaining business continuity through reducing injuries/health risks and developing systems that keep the building and equipment running smoothly.

Relationships & Roles

  • Works with all aspects of operations as project manager for all equipment moves/purchases, EHS initiatives, and PM activities
  • Leads and trains inter-disciplinary Safety Committee, to effectively engage all staff in safety initiatives
  • Supervises (part time) one maintenance tech for PM’s, cross-trained from Production

Goals:

1st year: the establishment of trackable metrics (OEE or similar), a comprehensive PM program, and ownership in facility upgrade projects.

2nd year: certification in OSHA’s VPP program, which will involve a large-scale plan to reduce and eliminate employee risk.

Responsibilities & Accountabilities:

  • Drive EHS culture towards risk-mitigation-based thinking that results in a decrease of Recordable injuries YoY
  • Create metrics to track current equipment uptime and cost to maintain
  • Develop PM program that drives uptime and reduces maintenance costs
  • Maintain facility security systems, HVAC systems, and infrastructure
  • Own MRO spend, with goals to reduce and install simple systems to track
  • Develop comprehensive EHS program
  • Serve as primary mobile equipment trainer and HAZMAT subject matter expert

Job Specifications (skills and experience):

  • BA/BS degree from an accredited institution is preferred
  • 5+ years in facilities management
  • Maintenance background helpful
  • EHS background a plus, but willing to train
  • OSHA 30 Hour course and/or HazWoper certification preferred
  • Travel: limited travel based on training needs
  • Physical demands: sitting/standing/walking for long periods, using standard office equipment, using standard testing equipment

Health, Safety, & Environmental Director – Katerra

Posted: Jan 15, 2019

Apply for this position online at Katerra’s website.

Katerra is a technology company transforming property development, design, and construction—from start to finish. We are building an entirely new kind of company that brings together expertise in design, technology, material sourcing, manufacturing, and construction as a single integrated offering.

With this unique approach, we have the opportunity to design and build beyond compromise. Beautiful, efficient, sustainable–we can do it all. The era of design concessions is over.

At Katerra, we lead from every seat. Our ideal team members are self-starters that embrace ambiguity, think big, and bring their own uncompromising standards of excellence.

One of Katerra’s cultural principles is Diversity. We believe different backgrounds, ideas, and skillsets result in better outcomes. Katerra does not discriminate in employment based on race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Katerra encourages people of all backgrounds to apply, including people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQIA, people with disabilities, veterans and those with diverse life experiences

Overview

Katerra is currently seeking a Health, Safety, & Environmental (HSE) Director to support our growing business, ensure the safety and health of our employees, protect the environment, and to support our Katerra vision, values, and people promises.

The HSE Director is responsible for developing and implementing HSE programs, ensuring compliance with applicable laws, standards and requirements, implementing key performance indicators (KPIs), as well as verifying and validating that HSE programs are being effectively implemented across the company.

The HSE Director is expected to establish and promote a proactive safety environment and culture by setting the example, providing proactive coaching/mentoring, and helping our construction organization achieve HSE success.

The HSE Director will report to the Head of HR and must partner regularly with the business to ensure consistent HSE implementation across Katerra.

Responsibilities

  • Ensures the safety and well-being of all employees and visitors.
  • Proactively manages risk by communicating potential risk and developing fit-for-purpose actions.
  • Communicate HSE strategy with clarity, consistency, and impact to align resources and management.
  • Communicate potential risk to upper management.
  • Continuous improvement of HSE framework.
  • Ensures global strategy is understood and executed consistently across the company.
  • Coaches and mentors HSE team
  • Verifies and validates HSE program effectiveness, improves as needed.
  • Develops audit process to measure successes and improvement opportunities.
  • Ensure communications to upper management and across the business as needed for HSE strategy, KPIs, and alerts.
  • Validate and verify corrective actions have properly addressed root causes and selects platform to track information, including driving solution resolution of HSE activities and improvement opportunities.
  • Evaluates program implementation to drive improvements that reduce injury and costs.
  • Well informed on HSE regulatory requirement, translated to business leaders and leveraged for business decisions.
  • Responsible to develop and maintain HSE budget.
  • Closely works with Risk & Insurance on incidents, trends, worker’s compensation follow-up, return to work, and fit for duty programs.
  • Proactively fosters collaboration with Learning + Development, Human Resources, and business lines.
  • Represents company external regulatory agencies (e.g., Environmental Protection Agency, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Department of Transportation), as required.
  • Spends 20-50% traveling to facilities and construction sites to ensure HSE team is properly supporting business needs.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field, such as safety, environmental, industrial hygiene, fire protection, science, or engineering required.
  • 15+ years of HSE experience, ideally with a combination of General Industry and Construction.
  • Professional HSE designation (e.g., CSP) preferred.
  • ISO and OHSAS development and implementation preferred.
  • Experience working with government regulators and a thorough knowledge of federal, state, and local government HSE regulations.
  • Experience developing and implementing HSE management systems and behavior-based programs.
  • Ability to influence others to perform their jobs safely and create a culture of safety.
  • Strong analytical skills including systematic root cause and risk analysis methodologies.
  • Excellent organizational, planning, prioritization, follow-up, and closure skills.
  • Strong leadership skills, including effective verbal and written communication.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite software programs.

Characteristics

  • Ability to influence without direct authority.
  • Leads by example.
  • Positive.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Bias for action.
  • Ability to self-solve.
  • Comfort with both strategy and execution.
  • Strong organizational and prioritization skills.
  • Highly motivated, with aspirations for career growth.
  • Ability to work in a collaborative, team-oriented environment.
  • Strong, values-driven leader.
  • Initiative to execute on self-guided, special initiative projects.
  • Strong verbal (facilitation and presentation) and written communication skills.
  • Flexibility to evolve with various challenges and directions as new assignments and initiatives unfold.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, demanding, dynamic work environment.
  • Disciplined work ethic with great attitude and energy.
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