Environmental Health and Safety Manager
Tampa, FL 33634 US
SRG offers flexible staffing solutions with a national presence. We provide contract, contract-to-hire, direct hire and executive search services. SRG utilizes an innovative approach to identify and qualify talent that is unique to the Staffing industry, featuring a cutting-edge platform that allows us to rapidly and precisely match professionals to client requirements. We have a proprietary database of over one million candidates and maintain continuous contact with our qualified talent.
- Location: Tampa, FL (client on-site and not remote)
- Industry: Pharmaceutical
- Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm and on-call as needed
- Salary: Competitive within industry and bonus eligibility
- Employment Type: Direct hire
A global leader and trusted supplier in the pharma, biotech, and specialty ingredients markets. The company is focused on advanced manufacturing, high-quality control systems, regulatory expertise, and research and development (R&D) capabilities. The company s products and services include active pharmaceutical ingredients (API), stem cell therapies, drinking water sanitizers, vitamin B compounds, organic personal care ingredients, industrial preservatives, and microbial control solution to combat viruses, bacteria and other dangerous pathogens.
Provides leadership and direction at site level. Drives execution of local and Corporate EHS business plans. Has overall responsibility and accountability for EHS results at a site level with complex development and production activities. Applies functional knowledge to design, develop, implement and oversee the site s environmental, health and safety programs and procedures to safeguard employees and surrounding communities and to ensure that the facility is in compliance with regulations.
- Works in a fast-paced environment to adapt departmental plans and priorities to address resource and operational challenges.
- Initiates continuous development of the EHS Management System (EHS-organization, EHS-standards, know-how exchange, EHS-auditing, EHS-performance reporting and communication of EHS performance to the stakeholders according to the changing internal and external requirements).
- Uses expert knowledge to lead project teams of EHS professionals and other functional specialists, in complex site/multi-site projects.
- Ensure that site management follows corporate guidelines, including requirements as described in the Corporate EHS handbook.
- Ensures that site activities are in compliance with local legislation.
- Measure EHS performance at a site level and set goals for continuous improvement. This may include reducing accidents and injuries, minimizing emissions, recycling waste, and delivering training programs.
- Research, evaluate, and recommend changes to technology, equipment, systems, or processes to improve EHS performance.
- Anticipates, interprets and recommends solutions to business and regulatory issues.
- Represents the company in professional / industrial bodies to foster knowledge exchange and best practice in the EHS field.
- Plan, develop, and execute remediation projects using appropriate methods, technologies and protective equipment. Ensure that sites contaminated with hazardous waste and production by-products are cleaned up in accordance with government regulations.
- Security: ensure that security policies and procedures are in compliance with government regulations; knowledgeable of country-specific regulations for compliance purposes.
- Adhere to all defined Safety and Sustainability requirements and expectations and seek clarification whenever Safety and Sustainability requirements and expectations are either unknown or unclear.
- Promptly reports and takes actions related to identified Safety and Sustainability issues, problems, deficiencies, errors, incidents, and/or opportunities to management and correct where possible.
- Oversee hazardous waste operations in accordance with requirements for RCRA under 40CFR255.16 DOT 49 CFR 172.202.
- Minimum Education Level Required: Bachelor s Degree and preferred field of study in environmental, safety, chemical engineering or related discipline.
- Minimum 10 years required.
- Experience within Pharmaceutical cGMP environment and handling/disposing of potent compounds.
- Must be willing to be hands-on, proficient with Industrial Hygiene.