$90,000 - $100,000
- The EHS Engineer will participate in the development of strategic EHS initiatives, implementation and continuous improvement.
- Leads inspections of facilities and safety equipment to identify and address potential hazards.
- Assess needs or gaps in current programs and development more robust procedures and programs.
- No relocation provided. $90K-$100K.
- The EHS Engineer will have a BS in Safety or related field.
- 8+ years of experience managing EHS programs in a manufacturing plant environment.
- Knowledgeable in a broad range of safety programs, incident investigations as well as supporting plant project, construction, acquisitions, new equipment.
- Must be legally eligible to work in the U.S. and have a stable work history. Sponsorship is not available.