Environmental, Health & Safety Manager
7100 Harderson Road Everett, WA 98203 US
Under general guidance, the Manager of Environmental, Health & Safety manages the day-to-day operation and implementation of agency-wide Safety Management System program and plans; environmental compliance program and plans; agency-wide safety programs, including stand-alone safety programs, Workers’ Compensation Program and Processes and OSHA/DOSH required plans. Will act as an agency-wide resource for all programs in their area of responsibility. Will provide program management oversight and day-to-day supervision of staff: one (1) Safety Analyst, one (1) Safety Specialist, one (1) Workers’ Compensation Program Manager, one (1) Environmental Analyst, and one (1) Environmental & Sustainability Program Manager. Will be liaison to other agency departments to ensure communication and understanding of program overlap or impact.
. The Manager of Environmental, Health & Safety manages Community Transit’s day-to-day SMS program. Responsible for developing, implementing and providing oversight of the agency’s Federal Transit Administration required Agency Safety Plan, meeting or exceeding all regulatory requirements. Serves as one of the agency’s subject matter experts (SME) for SMS and provides oversight of all SMS elements, i.e. Safety Policy, Safety Risk Management, Safety Assurance and Safety Promotion. Creates a strategic roadmap to successfully implement the elements of SMS, with key milestones and deliverables.
Health and Safety Programs: Develops, implements and maintains agency’s health and safety programs
Environmental Programs: Develops, implements and/or maintains agency’s environmental programs
- Bachelor’s Degree with an emphasis in at least one of the following: occupational safety, environmental management, industrial hygiene, or closely related field
- Five (5) years of Safety Management experience
- Three (3) years of experience in supervision and leading staff
- Valid Washington State driver’s license
An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above may be considered in rare instances.
- Public transit, public agency, or regulated private industry experience.
- Possession of one or more of the following certifications.
- Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
- Transit Safety Institute, Transit Safety and Security Program (TSSP)
- Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH)
- Registered Environmental Manager
- Washington Workers’ Compensation Professional (WWCP)
- Transit Safety Institute, SMS Awareness training, or higher
- Completion of FEMA ICS 100, 200, 700, and 800 courses
- Completion of OSHA 501, 503, 511, 521 or other OSHA training courses