EHS Manager, Auto Parts Plant

Company Name:
GREGG & Associates
$70-85,000. Benefits. Relocation Assistance
Preference for
or surrounding state applicants

Responsible for the effectiveness of the maintenance department activities related to equipment and facility reliability, EHS Management and TPM. Coordinates activities with production, monitors reliability of equipment, and performance of maintenance personnel.

1. Develop and implement plant/equipment maintenance strategy.
2. Coordinate maintenance activities to support production priorities.
3. Responsible for maintenance budgeting to support plant objectives.
4. Develop a strategy for reduction of reactive work and increasing MTBF.
5. Implement continuous improvement of PM program,
methods, work order system and TPM
6. Monitor maintenance performance and develop action plans for areas of improvement.
7. Assess training needs within department.
8. Responsible for EH&S activities, safety incentives, accident prevention programs.
9. This
is responsible for maintaining and supporting QS 9000/TS 16949 and has the responsibility and authority to stop a production process that is producing non-conforming product.
10. This position has the responsibility for maintaining and supporting ISO14001 and the company's environmental, health, and safety programs. They should also be aware of the occupational health & safety risks of their
, and how their job affects the environment.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Position requires that a significant amount of time in manufacturing be spent analyzing and observing various manufacturing methods, techniques and work performance.
Preference for automotive industry applicants, and soft interior components.

1. Bachelor's Degree in Safety, Health & Environmental preferred.
2. Five years experience in a hard metals manufacturing environment.
3. Previous supervisory experience.

Must be US Citizen or current holder of a VISA that does not require any form of sponsorship

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