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CareerMine Job Id:
801810 Job Summary
EHS Director, Forgings & Extrusions
Employer Job Id:
August 1, 2012
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September 30, 2012
EHS Director, Forgings & Extrusions
- This position will lead AFE's Environmental, Health and Safety efforts and develop and deploy strategies to achieve year over year performance improvements in key [Company] EHS process areas and objectives.
- Establish and deploy strategic action plans to achieve key EHS objectives and sustainability targets.
- Lead AFE’s Human Performance deployment efforts across all locations and manage deployment progress.
- Direct fatality prevention efforts and measure progress.
- Partner with and provide coach BU leaders and location managers to assist in the execution of their plan.
- Provide strategic direction and tactical guidance to functional plant EHS Leads. Partner with location managers to ensure the development of EHS talent and succession planning process.
- Identify best practices and facilitate the exchange of those best practices across all locations on a global basis;
- Serve as Business Unit EHS representative on [Company] global EHS teams and external organizations as requested.
- Develop strategic management plans and drive Environmental, Health and Safety performance.
- Establish key performance metrics to monitor BU progress against defined EHS operating plan and plan objectives.
- Manage BU EHS ASAT process ensuring process and activities are in place to drive compliance.
- Develop succession plans to ensure top talent is available in critical positions within the BU.
- Provide necessary resources to locations so that identified gaps can be closed in a timely manner.
- Function as a key member of the AFE lead team assuring the integration of EH&S into key business decisions.
- Identify and manage external consultants as needed.
- Develop new and update existing EHS programs as required to insure compliance with Federal, state and intercompany engineering standards.
- Maintain and develop key communication tools to ensure the accurate and timely dissemination of important EHS information.
- Bachelor’s degree in Environmental, Health and or Safety related field.
Skills and Abilities:
- Strong and demonstrated technical knowledge in the areas of Environmental, Health and/or Safety.
- Well-developed consultative skill in leading and coaching senior BU and location leaders in the execution of their EHS accountabilities and plans.
- Demonstrated ability to analyze and assess EHS data and use of it to drive business improvements.
- Experienced in Excel spreadsheets, including pivot tables, and able to perform injury data analysis, identify trends and areas of concern and recommend corrective actions.
- Experience in managing legacy environmental issues such as PCBs.
- Experience with molten metal, associated risks and controls is desired.
- Experience with multi-state workers compensation systems and knowledge of claim management.
- Experience in managing Loss Prevention / Risk Management processes.
- Knowledge and experience in the [Company] data management systems such as IHS, STARs, ViaOne.
- Ability to communicate to all locations Corporate EHS requirements and assist in the development of the necessary tools to facilitate the deployment of those initiatives.
- Proven trainer and ability to effectively communicate with all levels of the location’s organizations.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Experience designing and deploying health promotion and wellness systems and familiarity with [Company] Health and Wellness process.
- Managing and interacting with all levels of the organization within the Business Unit and with [Company] Corporate personnel, and governmental representatives using well developed emotional intelligence skills.
- 15+ years of progressive EHS experience in leadership roles including EHS leadership of a large or complex manufacturing location. Prior BU EHS leadership experience and experience driving EHS performance through across a global landscape is desired.
- Advanced degree in EHS related discipline is preferred but not required.
- Professional certification (i.e.: Certified Safety Professional) is highly desired .
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