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.

Safety Advisor (Nights) (Indianapolis)

Safety Management Group is seeking a night shift Safety Advisor in Indianapolis, IN.

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. The Associate in this role will work in various industrial environments such as Manufacturing, Construction, Utility & Health, and Pharma.

Overview of Job Responsibilities:

  • Site safety observations, including documentation of findings
  • Facilitates corrective measures where warranted
  • Represents the contractor or Owner in progress meetings
  • Verifies compliance with safety policies and procedures as required by law, the Owner or contractor
  • Attends pre-construction planning and safety meetings
  • Provides incident management and support
  • Documentation and Report preparation
  • Conducts Contractor program review

Requirements

  • Must be able to work 6/10’s
  • 5+ years’ Construction Safety experience
  • Must possess a thorough knowledge of construction safety in an industrial setting
  • Minimum of three years of direct safety management experience
  • A degree in safety or related fields preferred
  • OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course
  • First-aid/CPR certification from the American Red Cross or the American Heart Association.

For more information visit Safety Advisor.

Safety Advisor (Plainfield, IN)

Safety Management Group is seeking a Safety Advisor in Plainfield, IN.

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. 

Develop and Deliver Project-Specific Safety Orientation

  • Deliver a contractor safety orientation, ensuring a consistent message
  • Maintain a log of contractors who have attended safety orientation
  • Verify compliance with the substance abuse program
  • Review and update orientation as required

Review Contract Firm Project-Related Documentation

  • Review and provide feedback to contract firms regarding their project-specific safety plans before the contract firms begin work on the project
  • Review contractor compliance to written project safety plan when completing project safety observations.
  • Daily job brief/JSA
  • Competent Person training record verification
  • Safe Work Permits

Implement the Contractor Pre-Qualification Requirements and guide Contractors through the Prequalification Process

  • Review contractor safety program
  • Review OSHA logs
  • Review EMR data, if needed

Safety Observation Program (Contractors)

  • Assist contractors in identifying countermeasures to comply with safety policies

Incident Management

  • Conduct independent incident review and prepare all required documentation
  • Schedule and facilitate incident review meetings
  • Publish incident meeting report
  • Develop and publish safety learning points document 

Project Planning Support

  • Participate and support project meetings that require safety information and reporting 
  • Serve as liaison to coordinate plant safety and project safety interaction
  • Provide project safety metrics to Harmon
  • Provide leadership for pre-construction safety planning meetings (pre-bid/pre-construction)
  • 24-hour on-call support

Requirements

  • 6+ years’ Construction Safety experience
  • Must possess a thorough knowledge of construction safety in an industrial setting
  • A degree in safety or related fields 
  • OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course
  • First-aid/CPR certification from the American Red Cross or the American Heart Association.

For more information visit Safety Advisor.

Safety Technician

Safety Management Group is seeking a Safety Technician for an entry-level position in various US locations

Overview of Job Responsibilities:

• Site safety observations, including documentation of findings

• Facilitate corrective measures where warranted

• Representing the contractor or Owner in progress meetings

• Verify compliance with safety policies and procedures as required by law and the Owner

• Must be willing to travel and/or open to relocation within the US

Requirements

• 0-2 years of Safety experience

• Degree in Safety or related fields preferred

• OSHA 10-hour or 30-hour Construction course preferred

• First-aid/CPR certification

For more information visit Safety Technician.

Director of Environmental Health and Safety (Terre Haute, IN)

The Director of Environmental Health and Safety implements and maintains the Institute EH&S efforts by developing, leading, and promoting an effective comprehensive environmental health and safety program which reduces risk while ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local regulations while establishing excellent working relationships. The Director will oversee campus-wide EHS programs including workplace safety, construction safety, industrial hygiene, radiation protection, hazardous waste management, environmental protection, and other specific and related programs.

The Director’s primary responsibilities include:

Manage the day-to-day operations, strategies, and initiatives in a way that builds a campus-wide culture of compliance, performance and reputation.

Serve as the primary EH&S leader on all matters affecting EH&S technical activities including long-range program planning, staffing, budgeting, assessment and resource allocation to meet goals.

Knowledgeable of, interpret, apply and enforce rules promulgated by EPA, OSHA, NRC and other federal, state, and local agencies related to EH&S which regulate chemical, biological, and other physical hazard use. Develop and implement specific Institute policies and procedures for programs, which utilize chemicals, biological agents, radioactive materials, non-ionizing radiation and produce regulated unwanted waste streams.

Working knowledge of principles of laboratory safety, occupational health and Safety, applicable building and fire codes relevant to academic research laboratories systems and laboratory ventilation requirements.

Provide guidance on regulatory matters and oversee federal, state, and local compliance inspections and activities to include OSHA, IOSHA, EPA, IDEM, IDNR, as well as air permit, MS4 storm water permit, and RCRA activities.  This includes serving as the lead contact with these agencies and their representatives.

Work with faculty and other customers to increase awareness of the department’s activities and to provide exceptional customer service in order to facilitate compliance with applicable governing rules, regulations and policies. Advise administrators, faculty, departmental managers, and researchers regarding chemical regulations and operational safety; and, provide supervisory training, upon request, to enhance the level of operational safety in institutional laboratories.

Assist in emergency preparedness and response best practices to continuously improve the Institute’s emergency management capabilities.  Serve as the alternate Incident Commander in the Senior Director’s absence.

Qualifications

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Valid driver’s license required; acceptable MVR (motor vehicle report) required.

Required: A Bachelor’s degree in safety, chemistry, biology, environmental health and safety, emergency management, industrial hygiene, engineering, or related discipline with ten years of related experience. In lieu of ten years of related experience, additional and higher level degrees may be considered.  Must have demonstrated experience in the management of comprehensive environmental, health and safety programs within a comparable organization.  Comprehensive working knowledge of regulations such as OSHA, EPA, NFPA, NIOSH, ASHRAE, and FEMA.  Must have demonstrated experience effectively leading and developing strategic and tactical plans to meet stakeholder needs. This leader will exhibit excellent communication skills and foster a collaborative and team building environment. This position requires a background in regulatory compliance, operations, and financial accountability. Must be highly motivated, energetic and innovative.

Preferred: Familiarity in higher education and work experience in a decentralized organization preferred. Preferred qualifications include recognition as a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Certified Safety and Health Manager (CSHM), and/or Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM).

For more information visit Director of Environmental Health and Safety.

EHS Intern (Noblesville, IN)

Location

Indiana Technical Center with Locations in Noblesville & Kokomo, Indiana.

Job purpose

BorgWarner PowerDrive Systems is currently looking for “dynamic, results driven” individual to join as an EHS Intern.  The EHS Intern would be responsible for completion of various EHS projects and ongoing EHS tasks that will assist the team in meeting its performance goals and will enrich the student.  The EHS Intern will be provided with numerous opportunities to participate in training and education that will sharpen their skills and clarify their career aspirations and goals.  This is an outstanding opportunity to be mentored by some of the best in the business and learn a tremendous amount – If you are willing to put in the work.  This position will have tasks in both the Kokomo and Noblesville, IN locations.

Key responsibilities

  • Develop/refresh Job Safety Analysis (JSA’s)
  • Develop/Refresh Machine Specific Lockout/Tagout (LO/TO) Procedures
  • Develop and deploy several modules of refresher training in computer-based learning format on Gensuite/Benchmark Platform
  • Conduct various instructor-led safety training such as new employee safety orientations.
  • Conduct Technical Audits and assist those responsible for conducting audits, using Gensuite to do so.
  • Guide those responsible for audit item completion/closure in Gensuite/Benchmark
  • Assist in further developing Gensuite/Benchmark functionality (help us launch audit modules and training modules)
  • Assist in GSSF gap analysis, gap closure, management meetings.

What we’re looking for

  • Candidate will have strong interpersonal skills and actively care about the people in their charge.
  • Strong communicator.
  • Self-starter – candidate will demonstrate that they can take initiative in their daily duties and responsibilities.
  • Fast learner with the ability to research and find the answer.
  • Strong computer skills to assist in launching a safety management software program
  • Strong listener.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Ability to deal with resistance to change and stay focused on the goal – and smile!

For more information visit EHS Intern.