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My client is a billion dollar company that is looking for a Safety Director to lead their program in the Dallas office. They have built an excellent reputation for it's culture and retaining their employees long-term.
This company is known for building long-lasting relationships with it's clients, which has established a high-profile client base generating just over a billion in revenue annually. They are specialists within the light industrial space, with projects ranging from simple warehouses to large/intricate state-of-the-art e-commerce fulfillment centers with automated systems and robotics.
- Conducts periodic on-site safety inspections, analyzing work practices to determine safe and efficient methods of performing work.
- Determines corrective or preventative means and methods where indicated and follows up to ensure they have been implemented.
- Documents information in relevant reports and analyzes data to make control and improvement recommendation(s).
- Partners with local office management and project teams in identifying potential safety issues and setting direction affecting overall safety performance for an assigned operating unit or company.
- Bachelor's degree in Occupational Safety and Health, related degree, or has equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
- Must be bilingual - no exceptions
- Five or more years of experience in the administration of safety and risk management programs or occupational safety and health programs supporting similar key responsibilities.
- Experience in light industrial projects preferred, but not required
- Familiarity with construction safety work rules contained in Supervisor Safety Manuals as well as OSHA Part 1910 and 1926 regulations.
- Understanding of state Workers Compensation laws and reporting requirements.
- Significant knowledge in Loss Control and Claims Management acquired through documented hands-on experience.
- Very competitive base salary
- Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
- 401(k) with company match
- Flexible Spending Accounts (Dependent & Medical Reimbursement)
- Vacation Time
- Sick Time
- Paid Personal Days
- Employee Referral Bonus
- Opportunity for Career Growth
Occupational Safety And Health