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Current Job Openings

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As of 3-15-18    Positions open in:   Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, South Dakota and Wisconsin.        New positions acquired daily!


Indiana                     Safety Supervisor

Assist in the administration of the plant environmental, health, and safety policies to help ensure compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations and to meet or exceed established goals.

Essential Functions:

1.  Update Plant Safety practices documents as directed to create a safer working environment.

2. File Workerís Compensation claims as needed and maintain document files.

3. Accompany employees on initial physician visits  or drug screens as needed.  On occasion, attend follow-up visits as well.

4. Assist in safety and technical training as needed and directed.

5. Work with EH&S Manager on various projects and initiatives.

6. Environmental data entry, monitor reports, and maintain on-site files for inspectors.

7. Assist in conducting ongoing safety inspections and audits of facilities, operations, and equipment to insure a safe working environment for all AWC employees.

8. Maintain updated OSHA and EPA required written programs and recommend/conduct training as necessary under direction of EH&S Manager.

9. Assists in Industrial Hygiene monitoring for noise and chemical exposure and maintain files

10.   Administers and maintains MSDS Programs. 

11.  Actively participate on assigned teams and/or projects

Education, Experience, and Skills:

     BS degree in Occupational Safety & Health, Safety Engineering or related discipline; extensive work experience may be considered in lieu of education.

     1 to 4 years experience; manufacturing experience preferred.

     Excellent personal computer skills in a network environment; Microsoft products experience preferred - Outlook-Word-Excel-PowerPoint.

     Work independently to meet deadlines and reporting goals.

     Track record of successful project management is a plus.

     Must have experience in working in a team environment to meet/exceed goals.

     Strong planning/organization & time management skills.

     Demonstrated problem solving skills.

     Experience with implementation and administration of reporting software is a plus.

National firm in the building products industry.  Excellent opportunity for growth and advancement.  Prefer someone culturally oriented to the South.  Strong bonus potential with good compensation and benefits package.

South Dakota/Iowa        EHS Manager

Leading consumer goods manufacturer with multiple facilities nationwide seeks an EHS Manager for major facility.  Company is very stable and offers excellent compensation and benefits package.  Significant opportunity for growth and career advancement. 
Must Have:
  • 4-year degree required; EHS or a scientific discipline preferred.
  • 6+ years of experience in industrial safety, environmental and health roles including 3+ years in a leadership role;
  • Strong record for transformation through programs, training and culture shaping;
  • Passionately committed to the safety of others;
  • Strong leadership, interpersonal, and self-initiative skills;
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills;
  • Flexibility to support off-shifts as necessary.
Key Responsibilities:
  • Enhancing the safety of employees and the site environmental sustainability;
  • Coordinating all training to meet regulations and internal program requirements;
  • Leading, developing and defining EHS strategy, driving cultural change, and building relationships on the floor that result in safety behavior improvements and an injury and waste prevention culture;
  • Leading the implementation of risk assessment and risk prediction processes;
  • Ensuring compliance with all Federal, State and local industrial hygiene requirements;
  • This position reports to the Director of HR



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