Senior Environmental Health And Safety Engineer Job In Londonderry, New Hampshire, Donatech Corporat

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178481939
Senior Environmental Health And Safety Engineer Job In Londonderry, New Hampshire, Donatech Corporat
United States, New Hampshire, Londonderry,
Published September 22, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Senior environmental health and safety engineer

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Position would require the candidate to be a W2 employee of Donatech.

US Citizenship Required. 

Oversee Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) compliance for all government agencies and client requirements. Provide employee development training on same.

Major functions:


Fall Protection

Electrical Safety

Environmental Air Permitting, Storm Water, SPCC and Hazardous Waste Regulations

This position is responsible for supporting and facilitating the implementation of an effective Environmental Management System that will ensure ongoing compliance towards client standards and regulatory compliance, while improving site EHS culture. The Environmental Engineer will actively collaborate and participate as a valued member of the EHS team to provide EHS guidance, technical support and coordinate activities and processes across the site.

Reviewing current and proposed regulations and company requirements; recommend appropriate program measures to ensure compliance. Develop proactive strategies to prepare for upcoming changes and drive actions to ensure compliance with regulatory (Federal, State, County, Local) and client requirements

Coordinating and managing critical EHS Hazardous Chemical Management

Providing technical expertise relating to environmental compliance and permitting to Facilities Engineering group on facility projects and production process improvement projects

Developing EHS improvement strategies including capital projects, EHS management system maturity and other continuous improvement projects

Developing and providing training and guidance to site personnel, leadership and contractors to ensure compliance with regulatory and client training requirements

Developing EHS policies/procedures and ensuring that requirements are effectively integrated into standard operating procedures

Utilizing behavior-based strategies to guide safe use of chemicals, and injury prevention processes

Supporting EHS inspections, self-assessments and audits

Managing reports and presenting summaries to management with recommended solutions

Monitoring corrective action closure

Providing expertise during concept and designing phases of manufacturing processes to ensure that sound EHS control methodologies are integrated into design

Coordinating risk assessments, and working to deploy corrective measures to continuously reduce site hazard risk profile

Responsible for all site environmental programs including Air Permitting, Wastewater, Stormwater, EPCRA Tier II & TRI, and Hazardous Waste/RCRA in accordance with Corporate requirements and applicable regulations.

Maintain a working knowledge of existing and proposed Federal (including OSHA and EPA), state, and local EHS regulations, and industry standard practice that could affect workforce and plant site

Oversee EHS Programs that respond to these regulations, and to client Audit requirements

Instruct employees on health and safety issues

Develop and implement recommendations that create conditions in workplace that will help minimize employee exposure to illness or injury situations

Will be exposed to company proprietary information

Act as backup for security manager/FSO duties

Receive education and training in client's Code of Ethics and Standards of Conduct. Sets an example for employees by making and demonstrating a personal commitment to client's operating philosophies. Stresses the importance of integrating these operating concepts into employees daily activities. Ensures employees understand and adhere to client's policies as published in the applicable policy manuals.

Education/Experience/Licenses etc.:

A Bachelor's of Science degree in a related field and at least four years of related EHS experience in a manufacturing or environment; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Familiarity with OSHA and EPA Regulations through education, training, or experience

Experience in instructing employees on health and safety issues, particularly those relating to OSHA and EPA regulations

Experience in conducting EHS surveys for topics including, but not limited to, chemical exposure, noise, and ergonomic concerns at work stations with recommendations for, and implementation of, corrective changes is required.

Must have experience in completing required reports for air, water, wastewater, and waste activities

Must be able to travel to other divisional sites to assist the local EHS point of contact with audit preparation and conformance to all local, state and Federal policies and laws.

Past experience with client audits is a plus.

Must be able to work efficiently using Benchmark ESG (Gensuite) EHS Management Softeware.

Experience with DOD NISP requirements is desirable

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