Jobs

Are you looking to hire an environmental, safety and health professional within Indiana? CIASSP members can advertise their needs at no charge on this site by forwarding the position’s job description to the Central Indiana ASSP Jobline. Your job description will be reviewed for appropriateness and posted for 4 weeks.

Permit Writer (Indianapolis)

Safety Management Group is seeking a Permit Writer in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The key function of a Permit Writer is to put Safety at the forefront of their job, prioritize clients’ needs, work well in a team setting, be self-managed, and be flexible when it comes to change.

Overview of Job Responsibilities

  • Complete work permits (hot work, CSE, trenching, and Safe Work permits)
  • Monitor work area during the duration of open permits
  • Provide general HSE support (i.e., job observations)
  • Site safety observations, including documentation of findings
  • Facilitate corrective measures where warranted
  • Representing the contractor or Owner in progress meetings
  • Write permits that align with current construction projects
  • Verify compliance with safety policies and procedures as required by law and the Owner

Requirements

  • 5+ years of Construction permitting experience
  • A degree in safety or related is preferred
  • Must possess a thorough knowledge of confined space, hot work, and general permitting

For more information visit Permit Writer.

Safety Advisor (Mt. Vernon, IN)

Safety Management Group seeks a Safety Advisor – Owner’s Rep in Mt. Vernon, Indiana.

The key function of a Safety Advisor is to put Safety at the forefront of their job, prioritize the client’s needs, work well in a team setting, be self-managed, and be flexible when it comes to change and travel.

Job Requirements

  • Timely response to EHSS incidents involving 3rd party contractors
  • Including but not limited to Incident reports, pictures, witness statements, etc.
  • Immediately communicate with field personnel or management to resolve violations of EHSS and Life Saving Rules. (Note: This may also include deciding to STOP WORK.)
  • Conduct field safety audits on a daily or project-based schedule
  • Input and track audit findings to closure
  • Assist the contractor safety leader with RCAs, 5-why, etc.
  • Serve as backup for TCON (badge system) and orientation

Requirements

  • Associate or Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety & Health, Construction, Engineering, or related field preferred but not required (related/comparable work experience)
  • 5+ years in a plant or construction-related environment
  • Have or ability to obtain OSHA 500/501
  • Experience in Industrial Chemical Construction 
  • Experience with 29 CFR 1926, 1910, 1904, including field audit experience
  • Experience with JSA’s and LOTO 
  • Knowledge of rigging, scaffolding, fall protection, crane, and other large construction equipment
  • Proficient computer skills

For more information visit Safety Advisor.

Site Safety Representative (Indianapolis)

GENERAL DESCRIPTION (SUMMARY)
Seeking construction site safety representatives with at least 5 years practical experience in a fast paced, self-directed environment. Ability to successfully interact with all levels of construction personnel is a must.
Multiple positions available. Past training experience required. OSHA 510 certification or equivalent prerequisite required and OSHA 500 certification a plus. With several positions available, local and regional positions exist. The location of the work could potentially require applicants to temporarily relocate to the area where work will be conducted and extended stay facilities will be provided. Technical degree, transcripts, references, and sample of technical writing will be required.
Our company is a 24+ year national consulting group.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (include the following, but are not limited to)
• Develop and maintain the expertise to provide instruction in technical areas of safety training.
• Perform site safety audits, complete comprehensive report of findings, including corrective plans and recommendations to ensure compliance.
• Prepare detailed reports of findings using appropriate forms, diagrams, photos and narratives to provide a clear understanding of exposures.
• Examine work sites to identify hazards in the workplace and on work sites and look for sources of potential injury to those at or near location.
• Conduct OSHA compliance and safety assessments.
• Project management to ensure project goals are met as well as technical excellence, quality and client satisfaction.
• Perform accident and injury investigations to identify safety violations and determine root cause and corrective actions.
• Manage client relationships and services on an ongoing basis.
• Other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
• A Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety or related field of study with 5 years of experience OR 10 years of relevant safety experience without a degree.
• Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Outlook.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Ability to develop professionally prepared technical report and documents.
• Knowledge of Construction OSHA (29 CFR §1926) standards and regulations.

For more information visit Site Safety Representative.