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Environmental Manager (Central Indiana)

Posted: Jan 23, 2019

Environmental Manager role in a heavy industry in the Central Indiana area.

To learn more contact Chloe Howard at Shirley Parsons:

Loss Control Representative (Indiana)

Posted: Jan 22, 2019

Indiana Farmers Insurance, an A (Excellent) rated insurance carrier per A.M. Best, is seeking a comprehensive Commercial and Farm Lines Loss Control Representative that is eager to engage in a collaborative environment. The ideal candidate will be innovative and creative and contribute to making us the smart choice for our customers!
This individual will provide comprehensive commercial and farm survey reports that identify potential loss producing hazards and make recommendations to establish effective loss control measures.

Additional Responsibilities include:
1. Inspect and report on assigned accounts to identify operations and exposures to loss.
2. Analyze risk hazards and loss history to identify trends in accident frequency and severity and make recommendation for an effective loss control program.
3. Calculate building replacement cost estimates.
4. Act as a technical resource by providing loss control information including OSHA, NFPA and ANSI codes and standards.
5. Travel frequently to policyholders, underwriters, prospects and agents to provide loss control services, to include safety management and training.
6. Complete various periodic reports to record expenses and track productivity.

Minimum Qualifications:
1. Bachelor’s degree is preferred with Occupational/Industrial Safety curriculum and/or previous experience with loss control inspections.
2. Desire to attain CSP, ALCLM, ARM or other industry designations
3. Possesses valid state driver’s license
4. Knowledge of various industry codes and standards
5. Good understanding of policy language and coverages offered
6. Good written and oral communications skills
7. Good organizational skills
8. Strong interpersonal skills for dealing with other associates, agents, insureds, and various other outside contacts
9. Ability to manage time effectively and work independently with little supervision
10. Ability to operate a PC, calculator and camera

For more information please contact: Scott MacWilliam

EHS Specialist (Brazil, IN)

Posted: Jan 21, 2019

The EHS Specialist role will coordinate all aspects of plant environmental, health and safety ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements and company policies and procedures. The role is based in Brazil, IN but will have shared responsibilities for two other PPG sites (Casa Grande, AZ and Mt. Vernon IL).

Main Responsibilities:

Actively interact with employees and leadership to promote the PPG safety culture.
Champions the Safety Committee process and encourage participation and provide direction.
Oversee the incident investigation process to determine root cause and timely corrective actions.
Manage and monitor training programs to meet regulatory and company requirements.
Manage the site industrial hygiene sampling program to ensure accurate sampling, testing and exposure assessment.
Identify EHS needs and advised management on the development and implementation of effective EHS programs and activities.
Manage the sites environmental needs to maintain compliance with permits and regulatory requirements. Role will also manage sustainability for facility.
Trains and on boards all new hires to ensure understanding of EHS requirements.
Actively role model all company environmental, health and safety standards.
Must be willing to travel up to 25%.


A Bachelor’s degree in occupational safety, environmental or related field.
3+ years’ experience in the EHS field, preferred manufacturing or chemical setting.
Strong knowledge of OSHA and EPA regulations, and the ability to interpret governmental regulations.
Must possess strong problem solving skills and be able to manage programs.
Excellent oral and written communication skills. Effective presentation skills in a variety of settings.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
Ability to manage multiple projects and meet necessary deadlines.
Proficiency in the use of computers with knowledge of MS office products including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
Expert in change management and building a safety culture through influence and engagement.
Must be a persistent self-starter who can work effectively and lead others with minimum oversight.
Incumbent must be able to work effectively with all levels the organization and with individuals outside of the company.

For more information visit EHS Specialist.