Full-Time Position:  Posted on JANUARY 26, 2016 ​SAFETY manager

Summary

Reporting directly to the Vice President of Safety and Quality Assurance, the Safety Manager coordinates Safety and Health matters on several commercial construction projects to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and local laws and regulations, as well as The Albert M. Higley Co.’s corporate policies. Implement and manage policies regarding safety, health, accident prevention, first aid and fire protection programs for commercial construction projects. 

The Preferred Candidate

It is unlikely that any single individual will possess all of the credentials and skills we describe below, which represent the company’s vision for this position.  We encourage you to apply if you possess some of these credentials or skills and the desire to develop your career in these directions should you join our firm.
  • Possesses the values, ethics and integrity to which the am Higley holds true
  • A four-year college degree in Safety Management or equal, (may be substituted with substantial work experience in the commercial construction industry)
  • OSHA 30 certification or commit to securing the same within sixty (60) days of hire
  • Thorough understanding of Federal, State, and local construction safety regulations
  • The ability to recognize hazardous situations and behaviors and implement corrective measures
  • Excellent interpersonal communication and conflict resolution skills
  • Strong computer skills with detailed knowledge of Microsoft Office and strong capability with Excel and Access
  • Detailed knowledge of general contract and subcontract documents including blue-prints
  • Strong team leadership capabilities
  • Strong problem solving skills
  • Effective presentation skills
  • Efficient time management skills
  • The capability of handling multiple tasks simultaneously
  • The capability of maintaining professionalism under duress
  • The ability to make contributions that can improve company procedures, reports, spreadsheets, charts and policies
  • The ability to create, modify and present procedures, reports, spreadsheets, charts and policies
  • The skills to analyze and recommend improvements on existing processes

The Performance Criteria for this position include, but are not limited to:

  • Identify and mitigate unsafe working conditions and unsafe employee activities through safety management and supervisory personnel for corrective action
  • Assist with the supervision and administration of safety, health, and first aid activities
  • Supervise subcontractor safety and health compliance on the job site
  • Assist with the implementation of jobsite specific safety programs and employee safety orientation training
  • Conduct safety audits, and environmental sampling tests
  • Documentation of incidents, safety violations, and unsafe conditions
  • Complete accident/incident investigations or assist field leaders in their investigations
  • Generate and distribute the weekly safety toolbox talks
  • Embrace and uphold the Company’s values of integrity, respect, people, commitment, excellence, and ethics
  • Host pre-work meetings with subcontractors prior to high-risk activities
  • Train foremen & superintendents on best practices and lessons learned quarterly
  • Assist the Corporate Safety Officer with tracking safety training activities, evaluating safety supplies and equipment for the job site, and performing additional assignments as directed by the Corporate Safety Officer


Submit your résumé to be considered for this position.​