General Electric Sr Manager 3 Operational EHS - Fixed Facilities in Rugby, United Kingdom
Job Description Summary
Roles will typically be aligned to specific businesses or sectors. Individuals will generally either be located at, and only support, a specific site or project (including construction), or have a role that requires specific industry/business expertise or interaction with specific business customers. This category will include those EHS professionals involved in “designing for EHS” (NPI), individuals responsible for customer or industry engagement, and EHS professionals working at customer sites or projects (generally not managing teams of EHS professionals or regions).
Impacts approaches, projects and programs in the functional area or affected business organization and ways of working. Impacts quality, efficiency and effectiveness of own team. Has significant input into priorities. Guided by professional practices and policies that are shaped by the role. The role has moderate autonomy, requiring high levels of operational judgment.
Roles and Responsibilities
Maintain in-depth knowledge of existing and proposed regulations
Implement GE EHS programs in compliance with applicable laws and regulations
Conduct required activities to maintain permits and file re-applications necessary to meet business needs
Perform audits and collaborate with management teams to implement CAPA’s
Provide EHS leadership to site staff, employees and EHS Committees
Drive EHS compliance through audits and proactive risk elimination
Implement GE initiatives and values including IPP Heat Maps, HRP Program submissions etc
Plan and conduct EHS training for employees, contractors and visitors
Lead Compliance Assurance program at site
Demonstrate strong leadership as a member of site management team
Maintain Contractor and Vendor EHS approval including insurance certifications and qualification to perform work
Conduct incident/accident investigations and develop corrective and preventative action plans
Maintain EHS expertise to provide technical and regulatory support to Operations teams
Co-ordinate EHS efforts among external GE And non-GE contractors who come to site
Compile periodic reports to HQ, work co-operatively with EHS HQ on various projects and initiatives.
To act according to defined Quality, Environmental, Health and Safety instructions, including general and company own rules.
To undertake any other duty and responsibility as may be required by the Line
Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university desirable
EHS experience in industry or manufacturing
Ability and willingness to travel, as required
Ability and willingness to perform essential physical requirements in order to maintain compliance with regulations and business expectations
Advanced computer skills, primarily with MS Office software programs ie Excel, Powerpoint, Word, Access and able to navigate internet and intranet tools.
Experience with regulatory agency interaction
Comprehensive knowledge of OSHA, RCRA, CAA, NPDES, TSCA, CWA, NERC and DOT regulations
Experience in compliance Assurance
Experience managing Title v Permits, NPDES permits, SWPP and SPCC plans, Hazardous Waste, and other environmental programs
Experience generating regulatory required reports such as EDRs, Air Emission Inventories, DMRs, Biennial Reports etc
Ability to establish priorities
Great problem solving skills
Able to work effectively across a matrix organization
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Note: To comply with US immigration and other legal requirements, it is necessary to specify the minimum number of years’ experience required for any role based within the USA. For roles outside of the USA, to ensure compliance with applicable legislation, the JDs should focus on the substantive level of experience required for the role and a minimum number of years should NOT be used.
Relocation Assistance Provided: Yes