Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Project Manager
You will be the primary OHS support for our client, a Large Redmond-Based Company. Key job duties include:
- Conduct risk assessments for job tasks.
- Investigate incidents.
- Assist work teams to implement hazard controls.
- Collect and log hazardous waste from hardware labs.
- Maintain required documents.
- Help to administer OHS tools like SDS database, training database, and injury reporting process.
- Participate in the Employee Safety Committee and helping to direct the Committee's activities to ensure good engagement from employees.
- Prioritize work based on team objectives.
- Complete projects with little or no ongoing support.
- Establish and meet deadlines.
- Collaborate with team members, clients, and other stakeholders.
- Identify improvement opportunities for the program.
- Facilitate program communications and provide regular status reports to your manager and other stakeholders.
Who you are:
- You are an experienced Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Project Manager
- Are comfortable working independently.
- Someone that wants to help develop and implement a local health and safety program
- Looking for an opportunity to learn about a lot of different types of jobs in the research environment.
- Someone that wants to make a big impact in a short amount of time.
- Someone that excels in a fast-paced environment
- Someone that loves the excitement of never living the same day twice.
- 8-10 years of experience in the Occupational Health and Safety field (with experience working in the field)
- Experience conducting Risk Assessments, Hazard Analysis, and/or Job Risk Analysis.
- History of working for Large Enterprise Organizations.
- Experience getting work done in virtual teams (teams that don’t have same reporting structure and are cross organizational teams).
- Experience with strong cross team/group/org collaboration skills; experience foreseeing and analyzing project risks, developing risk management plans and mitigating subsequent issues.
- Must be proficient in analyzing data for trends, developing and executing effective professional communications, and adult learning.
- Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Writing documents – Word, Outlook, OneNote, and other Microsoft tools.
- Must have RCRA Hazardous Waste manager training or be willing to acquire it within 60 days after starting work.
- Bachelor's degree required (BS); Master's degree preferred.