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Iowa State University – Safety Specialist, Facilities Planning and Management (7-30-19)

Posted: Jul 30, 2019

Iowa State University – Safety Specialist, Facilities Planning and Management

Application URL:—Facilities-Planning-and-Management_R162?shared_id=2e12d48d-1d83-4aa9-955c-38fa5e333422


Job Description:

The Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) at Iowa State University is seeking candidates for a Safety Specialist to work full-time with the Facilities Planning and Management Department (FP&M). This position will provide expert assistance in the implementation of university occupational safety and health programs for a department of 470 personnel responsible for campus utilities; building maintenance; custodial services; grounds maintenance; facilities design and construction; and department administrative services. The primary responsibilities of this position include:

  • Developing and sustaining safety programs and training tailored to FP&M staff and functions, with a focus on injury reduction.
  • Performing workplace safety inspections, job safety analyses, accident investigation and reporting, and employee training.
  • Monitoring correction of workplace hazards and responses to observational safety efforts, evaluating and responding to first report of injuries, and managing department near miss reporting system and follow-up.
  • Collecting data to determine and report department and unit level incident rates, evaluate trends and recommend improvements.

Although this position will be supporting FP&M, it will be necessary to liaison with EH&S staff to obtain additional support and expertise as required. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, persuasion and negotiation skills to successfully engage department management and employees in safety program goals and implementation.

Required Minimum Quals:

Bachelor’s degree and two years of related experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

Bachelor’s or advanced degree in in Safety Engineering, Safety Management, Occupational Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Emergency Management, Public Health, or related fieldExperience working in occupational safety and health programs for large, diverse organizationsExperience developing and delivering safety training coursesExperience with accident, injury and near miss investigations, record keeping and reportingDemonstrated experience or knowledge of facility construction, safety aspects of applicable codes, and construction standard health and safety requirementsExperience using spreadsheets and databases, particularly Microsoft products

EO Statement:

Iowa State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, marital status, disability, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against. Inquiries can be directed to the Office of Equal Opportunity, 3410 Beardshear Hall, 515 Morrill Road, 515 294-7612, email

EH&S Manager GCC – Quincy, IL (July 26, 2019)

Posted: Jul 26, 2019

Location: Quincy, IL, US

Company: JM Huber Corporation

Portfolio Business: Huber Engineered Materials

J.M. Huber Corporation is one of the largest privately held, family-owned companies in the United States. Established in 1883, we are a diversified, global supplier of specialty and commodity chemicals, hydrocolloid solutions, engineered wood products and natural resources to customers spanning a wide variety of industries. With approximately $2.3 billion in sales and 4,000 employees worldwide, we have a material presence in more than 20 countries.

Position Summary

Purpose of Job:

Provide technical safety, health & environmental support to the Quincy IL site, including a manufacturing operations, underground mining operations, and our process engineering groups. Develop & coordinate site environmental, health and safety programs and objectives and coordinate EHS training programs at the Quincy, Illinois site.  Monitor environmental, health and safety regulations and provide technical support to personnel to ensure compliance with MSHA (Mine Safety and Health Administration) Federal, State, local and internal environmental, health and safety.  Provide leadership, drive and maintain our Environmental and Safety Management system.

Principal Duties & Responsibilities

1.       Ensures site facilities comply with MSHA along with other Federal, State, local and internal safety , health and environmental regulations, programs and guidelines by a) maintaining and monitoring the compliance assurance system including permit status and requirements, methods, compliance calendar, and audits; b) providing technical safety, health and environmental support and information to site personnel; c) preparing and implementing written safety, health and environmental programs and policies; d) identifying safety, health and environmental training needs and developing and delivering relevant training programs; and e) participating in product/process reviews including process hazard analysis, employee training, etc.

2.       Provides site-wide and mine service to a) implement engineering controls to minimize safety and occupational health hazards; b) maintain safety library (e.g. videos, regulations, reference manuals); c) promote safety and health awareness through internal company memoranda, newsletters, and specific training programs; and d) reviews process operating procedures/batch records, etc. and provides inputs for safety and health considerations.

3.       Takes proactive measures to safeguard personnel and assets, by a) advising manufacturing, Mining, engineering groups, the Quincy Leadership team etc. of regulatory changes with which the plants must comply. Sufficient advance notice should be provided so that compliance on the effective date of new regulations is assured. b) periodically auditing practices and records to ensure compliance with company programs and Federal/State/local occupational safety, health and environmental regulations; c) monitoring lost-time injuries/illnesses and Worker’s Compensation Claims; d) conducting and reviewing safety committee meeting minutes and safety inspection reports, and injury/illness and non-injury incident investigation reports and following-up as necessary.

4.       Implement Corporate EHS policies, procedures, and programs in Sustainability, and Environmental Management System based on Huber Sustainability Management System.

5.       Develop, implement and update environmental compliance plans based on the site regulatory requirements ( Federal, State & Local permits, agreements, off permit requirements and other regulatory requirements)

6.       Completes all daily, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports required by local, state and federal regulations and internal reporting to the EHS corporate department.

7.       Performs and/or coordinates industrial hygiene and environmental sampling and monitoring to ensure compliance with governmental regulations and best practices for both safety and environmental regulations.


Decision Making Authority

Decision Making Authority:


This position has a wide range of decision-making authority such as people, resources, spare parts, maintenance & repairs, process controls, supplies, environmental, safety, product development, project development & employee development.

Specialized/Technical Knowledge or Required Skills

  • Education:   Bachelors in a safety science/engineering/industrial hygiene discipline, environmental science/engineering or chemical engineering, and knowledge of chemical manufacturing operations.
  • Experience:  5-10 years experience
  • CSP/CHMM/CIH credentials preferred
  • Underground Part 46/48 MSHA experience
  • Must have good comprehension of management systems and risk based prioritization
  • Proficient in the English language (oral and written)
  • Recognizable leadership skills
  • Demonstrated project management skills.
  • Demonstrated people influencing skills
  • Effective facilitator and communicator
  • Capable of developing and giving training.
  • Working knowledge of Federal, State and Local occupational safety, health and environmental laws and regulations.
  • Proficient in the use and application of PCs, and related office applications.
  • Ability to effectively deal with other people, especially other company personnel, to enlist needed cooperation in implementing regulatory requirements.
  • Ability to productively deal with regulatory agencies, consultants and other contractor personnel.
  • Ability to make explicit engineering recommendations for equipment layout/design changes to effect safety improvements.

Preferred Experience

Training Requirements

Key Competencies




Bachelors in Science or Environmental Science

Our employees are our strongest asset, and their safety, health, and well-being is our highest priority. We respect the individual by providing opportunities for professional and personal development. Our Principles drive us to create an inclusive workplace where employees share core values, show dignity and respect toward others, and work hard to achieve their best performance.

J.M. Huber Corporation is an EEO / AAP employer. Pre-employment drug screening is required

Follow link to apply.