Job Posting for Env, Health, and Safety Manager at Woodward, Inc.
Env, Health, and Safety Manager
Woodward supports our members’ wellbeing and regularly benchmarks with other companies in our industry to offer an extensive Total Reward package for this position. Salary will be determined by the applicant's education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity and alignment with market data.
All members included in annual cash bonus opportunity
9.5% annual retirement benefit opportunity
Tuition reimbursement and Training/Professional Development opportunities for all members
11 paid holidays, including floating holidays
Industry leading medical, dental, and vision Insurance
Vacation / Sick Time / Vacation Buy-up / Short Term Disability / Bereavement leave
Employee Assistance Program, including mental health benefits
Member Life & AD&D / Long Term Disability / Member Optional Life
Member referral bonus
Spouse / Child Optional Life / Optional AD&D / Healthcare and Dependent Care Flexible Spending
Voluntary benefits, including:
Home / Auto Insurance discounts
Whole Life Insurance / Critical Illness Insurance / Legal Assistance / Military Leave
Are you ready to make your mark? If you’re an Environmental, Health and Safety leader, we have an exciting opportunity for you. The EHS Manager manages the development, implementation and maintenance of a comprehensive Environmental, Health and Safety Management System for a local plant site or regional geographical area. This position is responsible for ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local regulations and standards regarding safety, health and the environment. This position assures adherence to the Woodward Global EHS strategies and supports risk reduction and operational productivity enhancement.
What’s In It For You
At Woodward, our “employees” are called and treated as “members” and we’ve created a culture that appreciates and values the contributions of every member. It’s an inclusive, positive, collaborative, and socially responsible environment where members work together for outstanding outcomes.
What you will be doing
Accountable and responsible for developing, implementing, managing and maintaining EHS programs, procedures, practices and training for the site(s) as determined. This includes being accountable for the disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes.
Ensures compliance with all environmental, health and safety regulations and standards as promulgated by all local, state and federal agencies through development and implementation of on-site inspection and monitoring programs/processes.
Establishes and implements short and long range functional goals, objectives, policies and operating procedures; monitors and evaluates program effectiveness; effects changes necessary for improvement.
Coordinates the activities of the Site Safety Committee and serves as the technical resource expert and 'EHS Champion'.
Consults, advises and works collaboratively with site leadership regarding EHS issues, problems, programs, processes and systems.
Keeps current on changing environmental, health (industrial hygiene) and safety laws and regulations (federal, state, local) and advises leadership on their impact (or potential) to the business operations.
Promotes effective communication programs to enhance and encourage member awareness of health, safety, and environmental compliance.
Establishes budgets and targets for health, safety and environmental activities with support from facilities, operations and commercial business functions.
Oversees the development and maintenance of effective relations with government agencies and our communities.
When appropriate, manages any soil and/or groundwater remediation activities, including conducting negotiations with the regulatory agencies, hiring and directing Engineering consulting firms, including technical oversight and maintaining appropriate financial records and audit trails.
May represent the Company as primary contact with worker's compensation and property and loss carriers. Coordinates on-site visits as required.
Upon request, coordinates and provides oversight for due diligence site assessments during the acquisition process.
What We Are Looking For
Solid level of knowledge and experience with environmental, safety and health issues in a manufacturing environment.
Ability to assess and evaluate environmental, health and safety exposures and risks
Ability to work collaboratively and effectively with colleagues who possess varying degrees of EHS subject matter knowledge
Ability to interact with all levels of the organization
High energy level; drive for results
Education or Formal Training:
Bachelor's Degree in Occupational Safety, Health and/or Environmental Science, Hazardous Materials Technology or other related field required.
Minimum 5 years experience in Occupational Safety and/or Environmental in a manufacturing environment or other relevant/applicable industry or agency.
Woodward is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Environmental Health & Safety
Primary Location United States-California-Valencia