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Regional HSE Manager (Indianapolis)

Posted: Oct 11, 2018

Key Accountabilities

Working closely with multiple businesses within the Americas region lead on our HSE strategy ‘Journey to Zero Harm’ ensuring the senior leadership teams discharge their HSE accountabilities.
Ensure risk management and compliance standards are rigorously applied to all activities through various assurance and governance activities.
Ensure the availability of data and present on our HSE performance to both the Defence leadership team and your functional Director.
Establish and maintain excellent relationships with our customers both internal and external.
Ensure your teams are suitably qualified and experienced to carry out their duties identifying development needs where required.
Help Rolls-Royce become a learning organisation by sharing and applying the lessons learnt from risk and incident management analysis. Contribute to the Business Plan Deployment and annual budget cycle.
Must be able to travel domestically 40% and occasionally internationally 10%.

Bachelor’s Degree in either Health and Safety, Environmental, Engineering or Business with 14+ years of experience working in the manufacturing environment, and/or program management experience within the Defense and/or Commercial Aerospace industry OR
Master’s Degree in either Health and Safety, Environmental, Engineering or Business, with 12+ years of experience working in the manufacturing environment, and/or program management experience within the Defense and/or Commercial Aerospace industry OR
JD/PhD in Engineering, Business, and/or Environmental 8+ years of experience working in the manufacturing environment, and/or program management experience within the Defense and/or Commercial Aerospace industry
In order to be considered for this opportunity you must be eligible to obtain and maintain a US DoD Security Clearance, which requires US Citizenship

Extensive customer relationship management experience in the Defense Aerospace industry
Prior experience leading cross-functional and diverse regional teams
Excellent understanding across the business of Defense, Civil Aerospace and Power Systems industry technologies, products, processes, and programs
Extensive experience creating and presenting executive presentations, reports, briefings, and/or proposals to senior level stakeholders
Pioneer the performance of the future. Join us and you’ll develop your skills and expertise to the very highest levels, working in an international environment for a company known the world over for brilliance and innovation.

For more information visit Regional HSE Manager.

Loss Control Representative (Indianapolis)

Posted: Oct 09, 2018

The Pennsylvania Lumbermens Mutual Insurance Company is looking for an experienced loss control representative.

Position Summary: The purpose of this position is to complete technical surveys within an assigned territory for multiple line coverage on lumber, woodworking and building materials type operations. May provide technical services on selected accounts under the supervision of the Director of Technical Services.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
1. Complete field surveys in accordance with departmental standards to evaluate physical and managerial aspects of the risk.
2. Prepare technical reports on the risks surveyed for exposures to loss under the coverages involved, the controls in existence to prevent or reduce loss exposures and the adequacy of those controls.
3. Using tact, diplomacy and salesmanship, assist the risk in preventing and/or reducing the loss potential by the submission of practical loss control recommendations.
4. Must be familiar with policy coverages for all lines to by surveyed as well as familiar with PLM’s underwriting guidelines.
5. Should be familiar with Federal and State safety standards and N.F.P.A. standards as they apply to risks surveyed.
6. Must manage time and territory to complete all assignments within established time frames and at the least possible expense.
7. Use tact and diplomacy in promoting good public relations between the company, broker, policyholders and general public.
8. May make company premises’ inspections and assist in maintaining PLM’s internal loss control program.
9. May assist is special loss control projects as requested by the Director of Technical Services.
10. May assist with cross training of Underwriting, Field and/or Technical Services Representatives.
11. Keep up to date and is familiar with the various technical publications, materials and services available from outside organizations such as: Fire Rating organizations, National Fire Protection Association, National Safety Council, OSHA and other regulatory agencies.
12. Provide assistance to other territories, when requested, during periods of peak workloads.

Knowledge and Skills:
1. IIA Programs– Ins 21, 22, 23
2. Associates or Bachelors’ degree in physical science or general studies required
3. Safety Operations
4. Product Liability
5. General Liability
6. AAI Fire Prevention studies
7. Basic Loss Control studies
8. Fleet Safety
9. Building construction types
10. Crime Prevention
11. Electrical Safety
12. Time Management
13. 3-5 years prior Technical Services/Loss Control Representative experience with a commercial multi-line property/casualty carrier
14. Interpersonal and Communication skills
15. Basic computer skills

For information please visit Loss Control Representative or contact:
Nate Bass
Recruiting Manager
Pennsylvania Lumbermens Mutual Insurance Company
2005 Market Street, Suite 1200
Philadelphia, PA 19103
DIRECT: (267) 825 9340
MAIN: (800) 752 1895
FAX: (215) 625 9097


Industrial Hygienist (Indianapolis)

Posted: Sep 28, 2018

Job Description

This position is for an industrial hygiene consultant. As a company we service small, medium and large clients by providing industrial hygiene and safety services to help them meet their risk management needs. These services may include: air monitoring, noise monitoring or mapping, safety inspections, confined space hazard analyses, lockout-tagout hazard assessments, heat/cold stress assessments, health & safety audits, qualitative exposure assessments, etc. The position requires travel to client facilities on a local, regional and national basis.

Between 30-50% travel is required. Typical project trips last 2-3 days, so weekend travel is very rare. This is an excellent position for an IH with limited experience to be able to service a variety of clients in multiple industries.

For more information visit Industrial Hygienist.