3 Safety Related Job Openings in Tennessee and Southeast
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ORNL has 3 openings for H&S folks.
Posting Number: 060671
Posting Title: Health & Safety Professional
Posting Type: External
Payroll Type: Exempt
Posting Status: Posted
Posting Date: 08/15/2006
Closing Date: 08/29/2006
Description: Health and Safety Professionals
The Safety Services Division at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) seeks three health and safety professionals for the Health and Safety Programs and Field Support Groups. Primarily, these positions will serve as a technical resource for issues relating to health and safety, provide advice and counsel to ORNL in matters relating to health and safety, and support compliance activities associated with 10 CFR 851.
MAJOR DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
*Provide professional health and safety support to all levels of line management.
* Manage day-to-day operations of multiple programs as assigned, while developing the technical and organizational strengths of the programs.
* Develop and support assessment activities in compliance with 10 CFR 851.
* Participate in incident investigations, inspections, and audits, and advising management on regulatory requirements.
* Provide leadership and assist line management with the implementation of Integrated Safety Management (ISM) into the work planning and execution process.
* Interact closely with internal customers and support other team members in work planning.
* Provide technical support to line management in the application of regulatory requirements, procedures and standards for health and safety.
* Perform periodic surveillances and assessments to evaluate work practices, controls, and corrective actions.
* Maintain the highest level of ethical standards in support of the Laboratory Agenda.
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
* Bachelor of Science degree in industrial hygiene/industrial safety or relevant technical field.
* Minimum of 8-10 years of industrial hygiene/industrial safety experience.
* Experience in field oversight/assessment of industrial hygiene/industrial safety performance and compliance with applicable local, state, and federal industrial hygiene standards and regulations.
* Expertise in industrial hygiene and health-related accident/incident investigation, reporting, and recordkeeping.
* Thorough knowledge of OSHA and other applicable industrial hygiene/industrial safety requirements.
* Professional certification by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (Certified Industrial Hygienist required for one of the positions).
* Experience in a multi-discipline, multi-task and integrated/functional organizational environment.
* Skilled in verbal and written communications including report writing.
* Experience working with personal computer software including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
* Experience working in a changing environment that requires interfacing with multiple project personnel as a team player.
* Professional certification (CIH or CSP – note that one position requires a CIH).
* Demonstrated proficiency in multiple industrial hygiene and industrial safety subject areas.
* OSHA 40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations training with current 8-hour refresher training.
* DOE Radiation Worker Training.
* Knowledge in performing calculations to determine exposure potential.
* Technical knowledge of industrial hygiene instrumentation including calibration, usage, limitations, and calculation/interpretation of results.
* Experience at DOE and/or other nuclear sites/facilities.
The chosen candidate will be required to obtain a Q clearance.
Relocation assistance is available for this position.
Candidates who identify themselves as 3161-eligible will be required to supply appropriate documentation upon request.
ORNL offers competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits.
ORNL, a multiprogram research facility managed by UT-Battelle, LLC, for the U.S. Department of Energy is an equal opportunity employer committed to building and maintaining a diverse work force.
Additional information about the Oak Ridge National Laboratory is available from http://www.ornl.gov.
EEO Statement: UT-Battelle is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity for all persons. Oak Ridge National Laboratory P.O. Box 2008, Oak Ridge, TN 37831 Operated by UT-Battelle for the U.S. Department of Energy LEGAL NOTICES
Global manufacturing company seeking a dynamic Safety and Loss Prevention Manager for their East Tennessee facility.
Minimum Qualifications Include:
– 5 years experience as a safety manager/director in a manufacturing environment
– Bachelors Degree
– Experience in planning, organizing, and directing a plant-wide safety program
– CSP Certification highly preferred
– Experience in automotive parts manufacturing
Qualified candidates should submit cover letter,resume, and salary requirements to:
firstname.lastname@example.org, ATTN: Job Code 00714.
Mark Kelly Area Division Leader Resource
MFG & ProLogistix
1801 Downtown West Blvd.
Knoxville, TN 37919 865-531-9326 direct 865-805-6103
Great Opportunities at a Fortune 100 Company!
Nationwide is currently searching for Director level candidates for our Loss Control & Home Care structure throughout the US. Our focus areas at this time are Virginia (Richmond), OH/WV, South Central (TN, KY, AR, MS) and Mid-Atlantic (Washington DC, Delaware and Maryland).
If you could point me in the right direction on resources and talent I would greatly appreciate it.
Feel free to share this email, particularly the Job Description (attached below), with any interested parties and your network. If you are interested or know anyone that might be, please contact Brian Michel at 614-677-2105 or by email at Michelb3@Nationwide.com.
Thanks again and I look forward to further conversations.
Direct the development of consistent loss control practices within the assigned Operation.
Represents and guides loss control across company.
May focus specifically on Ag Business or high risk commercial, commercial other than Ag, Farm and high risk or workers compensation. Direct the development and implementation of loss prevention, loss reduction and safety plans to insured’s.
RELATIONSHIP: Reports to Vice President or Officer.
1. Direct market analysis. Work with claim and underwriting departments to capture data
needed for risk selection, pricing and experience.
2. Develop and recommend loss reduction and prevention programs based on loss data and trend analysis. Implement loss programs across the assigned operation.
3. Work closely with Quality and Performance department in identifying market changes that would enhance surveys and guide consistency. Directs implementation of appropriate certifications and audits across the assigned operation.
4. Act as mentor for loss control managers and consultants. Provide consulting to ensure appropriate training is developed and implemented within regional offices.
5. Direct the development of Regional Loss Control Managers, Loss Control associates, and Home Care Supervisors and associates on techniques or procedures to ensure consistency on judgments rendered in the areas of risk desirability, degree of exposure or hazard and risk improvement.
6. Establish minimum standards for service level agreements (SLAs) production standards
and measuring for quality in risk assessment and loss control services.
7. Direct workflow enhancements within business unit structures by coordinating account
reviews/inspection services when client’s operating territories extend in multiple territories.
8. Develop departmental budgets, which include forecasting, FTE, salary budget expense, travel expense, training and equipment needs.
9. Direct associate management that includes performance management, salary planning and administration, training and development, workflow and organizational planning, hiring and placement and disciplinary actions.
10. Directs the management of vendor performance and relationships.
Education: Undergraduate studies in such areas as safety engineering, business administration, science or industrial arts. Attainment of Certified Safety Professional, Associate of Loss Control Management, Associate Safety Professional or Associate in Risk Management desired.
Licenses: Associates must obtain the required Federal and/or state licenses/registrations within the time period designated by the business unit. Additional licenses/registrations may be required when new products and services are implemented. If an associate fails or is unable to obtain required licenses/registrations within the time period designated by the business unit, the associate will be ineligible to continue in the position.
Experience: Ten years loss control experience in the insurance industry or other business institutions.
Knowledge: In depth knowledge of commercial lines and homeowners insurance coverages is required. Must have thorough understanding of risk management principles as they relate to personal lines and “main street” (habitational risks, restaurants, retail operations, artican contractors, and commercial fleets). Requires proven knowledge of property/casualty products, insurance company operations, field and staff functions, industry trends and project management. Loss control policies, practices and procedures. Exposure, safety, environment and construction concepts and principles. Sales concepts for prospecting and retaining business. Applicable state and federal regulations.
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