EHS Manager in Fort Irwin, CA at DynCorp International LLC

Date Posted: 4/2/2018

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Job Summary
The Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Manager works with site Program Management to oversee the execution of environmental, health, and safety (EHS) programs, to include policies, processes, procedures and controls. Ensures contract performance conforms to established standards and complies with applicable Federal, State, (host country where applicable) and Customer/Governmental agency guidelines and requirements.  The EHS acts as the Program designated Safety Officer and endeavors to ensure sustainable operations and enduring customer satisfaction.

Principal Accountabilities
(Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.)
  • Manages, implements and maintains required EHS operational processes to ensure company and employee awareness, comprehension and adherence to approved environmental, health and safety practices.
  • Conducts oversight EHS and Quality inspections/audits of operations and subcontractors to ensure compliance to contract performance requirements and applicable EHS laws, regulations and standards. 
  • Implements hazardous and environmental waste management programs to ensure compliance with contractual requirements and applicable laws, regulations and standards.  Modifies applicable SOPs and processes as required.
  • Provides response to Customer concerns and findings. Tracks corrective actions taken in response to internal and Customer audit/inspection findings.
  • Provides guidance and direction to achieve compliance with all applicable safety and quality standards and requirements.
  • Acts as Safety Officer and EHS representative/liaison to the Customer.
  • Establishes, maintains and communicates program metrics related to injuries and incidents. Includes reporting and liaison with Program Management Office (PMO).
  • Maintain the accident/injury log such as the OSHA Form 300 or host nation equivalent for site operations.
  • Oversees injury and rolling stock incident investigations.
  • Ensures expedient injury and incident trend and causal analysis and reporting to Leadership, including recommendations to address identified issues. 
  • Maintains awareness of regulatory changes and disseminates safety-related bulletins, technical changes and literature to work site personnel.
  • Maintains technical library.
  • Provides leadership training and knowledge transfer to staff members and teams as necessary.
  • Perform other qualified duties as assigned

Knowledge & Skills
  • Advanced knowledge of DI and LOGCAP or similar program EHS policies, procedures, processes, laws and regulations.
  • Advanced knowledge of Federal and California OSHA regulations and requirements, particularly as they relate to occupational and industrial safety and health practices.
  • Proficient and knowledgeable in laws, regulations and compliance requirements for hazardous material (HAZMAT) and hazardous waste (HAZMAT) management.
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills.
  • Extensive experience in project planning and management skills.
  • Proven leadership ability.  Ability to get results through influence, negotiation and teamwork.
  • Working knowledge of quality management, its concepts, techniques, tools and procedures.

Experience & Education
  • Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Health, Safety or Environmental Management or other associated discipline. Master’s degree preferred. 
  • Certified Safety Professional or Certified Industrial Hygienist designation preferred.
  • Minimum five (5) years of directly relevant safety experience work required, preferably in government contracting or U.S. Military.
  • Eight (8) years’ progressively responsible experience in any combination within program management, plant & operations management, or safety management & environmental compliance.
  • Two (2) years management experience preferred.

Physical Requirements/Working Environment
  • CONUS:
    • Will spend approximately 50% of time in a controlled environment office setting and 50% of time in the field.

    • Field conditions can be extreme and uncomfortable, with long hours, exposure to weather extremes (particularly heat), dust, and hazardous/harsh conditions.
    • Must be able to be on feet for several hours at a time and be ambulatory and mobile to walk the worksites.
    • Must be able to lift 50 pounds on a periodic basis


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