APTIM HSE Manager (Department of Energy - DOE) in Greenwood Village, Colorado
APTIM is seeking a qualified HSE Manager with DOE (Department of Energy) or NRC (Nuclear Regulatory Commission) experience.
The candidate will be responsible for managing all HSE aspects of a business line engaged in DOE operations. In this capacity, the candidate will be responsible for developing, implementing, and administering health, safety & environmental protection programs affecting occupational health, employee and public safety, fire protection and prevention, incident investigation and loss control, responsible environmental practices and equipment & property protection.
Conduct hazard analyses and initiate controls (ISMS) to support D&D operations. Develop HSE programs and safety assessment documents that will support all work activities performed on complex D&D and radiological projects.
Develop HSE programs that will support all work activities performed on complex and high-risk projects.
Be a resource to Project and Program Managers regarding Health, Safety & Environmental compliance with applicable DOE (Department of Energy), federal, state, local, client, and APTIM rules and regulations.
Manage industrial hygiene (IH), industrial safety, and environmental compliance activities at various work locations.
Communicate programs Health and Safety performance to Aptim leadership
Participate in strategic planning and takes an active role in presenting proposals to prospective clients and leveraging the performance management cycle to motivate employees and support achievement of objectives is essential for this opportunity
Able to demonstrate the ability to work with client and organizational leadership to set priorities, solidify relationships, while possessing the ability to ensure company and client compliance with APTIM Health, Safety & Environmental procedures, Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations, DOE (Department of Energy), and other job-specified procedures or standards
Knowledge of and proficiency in DOE, State, Federal, and industry standards, directives, and regulations.
Proven ability to perform complex professional tasks independently and to analyze and develop innovative solutions to problems.
Able to independently organize own work to meet established objectives, using discretion in performing assigned duties.
Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
Requires 30% -- 50% travel.
Standing (50-100%); Walking; Lifting 20-50lbs; Carrying 20-50lbs; Pushing; Pulling; Climbing; Balancing; Bending; Stooping; Kneeling; Crouching; Crawling; Reaching; Handling; Feeling; Hearing (listening) and Observing (vision).
Onsite hazards including but not limited to moving industrial equipment, hazardous energies (LOTO), confined spaces, climbing ladders, working at heights, working on uneven or unimproved surfaces, and areas of high noise levels, etc.
Able to be medically qualified (HAZWOPER physical), including respiratory clearance, by evaluating the ability to wear a respirator.
Candidate must possess:
A valid driver's license with a clean driving record.
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, including interpersonal and leadership abilities and moderate to advanced computer and presentation skills.
Minimum of a B.S. in Safety, Environmental, Engineering, or related field; should include coursework in HSE Management, HSE Regulatory Requirements, Workers' Compensation, etc.
10+ years of progressive HSE Supervisory and Management experience, including experience in working with U. S. Government clients and their associated HSE requirements
Professional certification in a Health, Safety, and Environmental discipline (CIH, CSP, or CHMM)
Master of Science degree, preferable
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Bring an informed, analytical, and comprehensive approach to problems.
Strong quantitative, analytical skills, and problem-solving skills.
What We Do:
Whether it's safeguarding and maintaining critical power infrastructure, helping communities recover from natural disasters, enabling our armed forces and first responders, or transforming landfills into public parks, we go to work each day knowing that we are making an impact on the world. These are huge responsibilities, and we take them seriously.
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APTIM specializes in engineering, program management, environmental services, disaster recovery, complex facility maintenance, and construction services . Serving Government, Oil, Gas, Chemical, Industrial, Commercial, and Power clients, we are your partner and relentless advocate.
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