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Current Job Openings

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As of 11-25-20  Positions open in: Iowa,  Nebraska, Texas Panhandle, Virginia and Wisconsin.   New positions acquired daily!

Texas Panhandle                Environmental Engineer

Job Description:

The role of Plant Environmental Engineer oversees the Plant’s Environmental programs, policies and procedures to ensure compliance with all federal, state, and local regulations. This role acts as the primary catalyst for needed updates and changes as well as a repository of the plant’s historical, current and future environmental data.

Communication, Training & Management

• Provide leadership for the implementation of environmental (air, water, solid waste, etc.) and health programs at the plant level.

• Work with Plant Management and Corporate EHS to ensure that all Environmental Emission Processing equipment is operated and maintained to ensure Air Quality compliance.

• Act as a communication liaison between the plant and all regulatory agencies as well as the general public

• Manage and conduct training sessions to Plant Management and Plant Personnel for Environmental programs

• Respond and provide assistance to all Plant emergency situations

• Attend conferences, meetings, and workshops to keep up-to-date skills and knowledge and maintain required certifications

• Work closely with Corporate EHS Department on all Environmental issues, including submitting reports by their deadlines

Auditing & Compliance

• Ensure the plant’s compliance with all applicable Federal, State and Local Environmental regulations

• Conduct and assist Corporate EHS Department in internal audits and assessments of Plant’s Environmental programs

• Monitor professional literature and attend seminars to stay current with governmental compliance requirements

• Review, understand and lead efforts for ISO 14001 certification requirements

• Track and manage emission spreadsheet and other permit-related functions to ensure that plant is in compliance with air quality permits.

• Perform routine opacity observations on stacks as needed.

• Report upset events to the STEER system when necessary.

• Manage the stormwater pollution prevention plan and perform required tasks outlined in the plan, such as collecting and analyzing the stormwater runoff on a quarterly basis.

• Track and manage all solid wastes leaving the plant.

Risk Assessment & Document Control

• Evaluate hazards within the facilities for health and environmental risks

• Manage material safety data sheets so they are accessible at all times according to regulations

• Maintain and develop filing systems, both electronic and hard copies, for all documents and records for Plant’s Environmental programs

• Communicate with Corporate EH&S to review and update the Environmental Management System Manual as necessary

• Manage the reporting and the investigation of all environmental incidents, including near misses, and ensure that corrective actions are taken if needed.

Dennis E. Garton, President

Priority Resources Group
1-800-552-3254 (405) 341-0990

Iowa              EHS Manager

Our manufacturing client has an immediate opening for an EHS Manager in the Waverly, IA area. This Manager will need to have a hands-on approach to be responsible for supporting compliance with all environmental, health and safety regulations.      

Key Responsibilities:

  • Organize, manage and control the work of subordinate employees, evaluate their work performances and work results.
  • Assist facility management with the implementation, maintenance, and updates of all EHS programs, policies and procedures.
  • Create and maintain all federal, state and local EHS reports including OSHA 300, Accident Reports, etc.
  • Plan, develop, implement and conduct safety training for new employee orientation and annual required programs.
  • Inspect facilities to detect existing or potential accident and health hazards, determine corrective or preventative measures where indicated, and follow up to ensure measures have been implemented.

Job Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in HR, Safety or related field.
  • Relevant EHS experience required.
  • Multi-site experience is required along with management experience.
  • Able to lead, coordinate and communicate effectively with others.
  • Accomplish tasks with only general supervision and guidance.

Additional Incentives:

  • Comprehensive Health Benefits Package
  • 401k
  • Vacation and Paid Time Off 

EHS, Safety, HR, employees, communication, coordination, programs, policies, procedures, environmental, health, safety work performances

Illinois                    EHS Manager

Join a growing, high quality food and beverage industry leader who offers a compelling place to grow your

career and make a difference. Our client is seeking a talented EHS Manager for their plant in the Greater

Rockford, IL area.


Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science, Occupational Safety & Health, or Engineering related field.

3+ years' of experience managing EHS programs for a manufacturing plant; food industry preferred but not


Experience in managing complex projects, workers’ compensation claims and/or occupational nurse a plus.

Experience in a union environment is also a plus

Willing to travel up to 30%, to Corporate, for training and to share best practices


Implements/maintains consistent EHS&S management systems, including control designs, methods, procedures

(SOP/Work Instructions/Standard Work) and programs.

Establish site strategies, systems and controls to assure company objectives and compliance in the areas of

environmental health and safety.

Establish and report site key EHS performance metrics to ensure objectives are met.

Participate in the development and implementation of 3 year EHS improvement plans.

Acts as liaison between assigned facilities and the Corporate EHS&S Department.

Focuses EHS&S efforts towards common goals and processes to achieve world-class status.

Develop and maintain facility wide EHS programs including proactive incident prevention, business continuity plan,

hazardous chemical management and employee training.

Drive employee engagement to create and foster a proactive, empowered safety culture.

Manage incident reporting process including completion of investigations/RCA’s, implementation of corrective actions,

and communication to key stakeholders.

Along with the Human Resources Team, actively manage Workers’ Compensation cases, working closely with all

appropriate parties.

 Dennis E. Garton, President
Priority Resources Group
1-800-552-3254 (405) 341-0990

Nebraska            EHS Manager

As a Safety Team member, you would conduct safety training, oversee educational programs, advise leadership, and investigate incidents. Continuously monitor operations looking for areas to minimize risks and create solutions to correct issues as they arise. You will be tasked to promote compliance to ensure that all of companies product brands are produced responsibly

The EHS  Manager is responsible in promoting a healthy and safe workplace at the designated facility. These duties will be accomplished by providing technical expertise to the plant safety and health teams, providing training on safety and health topics, and promoting active employee involvement in the safety process.

Core Responsibilities

Safety Audits

  • Performs documented safety tours and reports findings to the facility management. 
  • Performs audits of written program compliance and team activities.
  • Conducts inspections of facility equipment and processes for potential safety and health hazards.
  • Identifies potential hazards to people, processes or property and recommends corrective action to facility management.
  • Audits outside contractor activity. 
  • Supports safety programs to ensure Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance. 
  • Analyzes statistical data from injury/illness/loss reports and applies appropriate risk management process controls.
  • Attends plant safety team meetings.
  • Monitors safety and health team performance and makes recommendations for improvement.
  • Provides technical expertise and support to safety team.
  • Acts as a liaison between team members and management staff as needed.
  • Ensures training and documentation is maintained with applicable laws and regulations. 
  • Ensures supervisory personnel are aware of employee restrictions due to work-related injury or illness and that employees are working within those restrictions. 
  • Participates in accident investigation process.
  • Conducts safety and risk management portion of employee orientation and training. 
  • Prepares written safety meeting documentation for supervisory use. 
  • Ensures written programs and policies and work practices are in compliance with applicable regulatory agencies. 
  • Ensures training materials are current and comply with OSHA requirements.  
  • Collects industrial hygiene samples to ensure OSHA compliance as needed. 
  • Assists with sample interpretation and recommendations.
  • Completes special projects and initiatives to work on independently and presents findings to the plant management and/or corporate management.

Requirement:   Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a safety or related technical field and 2+ years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.



Des Moines, Iowa             Safety Engineer        

Our client is looking to add a Safety Supervisor to their Des Moines, IA facility. This Safety Supervisor will be responsible for administering safety training for company operations by reviewing current OSHA regulations for training requirements.

Key Responsibilities:

·         Coordinate and appoint training sessions and provides on-site safety training for employees.

·         Schedule meetings and organize events to provide information regarding workplace safety issues to employees and managerial personnel.

·         Address current laws and regulations in the inspection of company safety protocols.

·         Formulate and enforce follow-up procedures on workmen’s compensation cases by reviewing accident investigations reports and evaluating current procedures for improvement of safety protocols.

·         Manage training records and safety reports.

·         Engage in periodic meetings with safety teams to recommend corrective actions to management regarding workplace safety procedures, perform facility, audits and discuss projects.

·         Uphold departmental budget by monitoring departmental expenditures.

Job Qualifications:

·         Bachelor’s Degree in Safety, Business or Human Resources.

·         1 year of safety related experience

·         Insight of local, state and federal safety compliance and regulatory issues.

·         Knowledge of case management procedures and issues relating to workmen’s compensation and other workplace safety issues.

·         Bi-lingual in English/Spanish is a plus.

Additional Incentives include medical, dental, life insurance, 401K and others.




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