From: "Secretary, ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety" <secretary**At_Symbol_Here**DCHAS.ORG>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] EHS Manager job opening (Midwest)
Date: August 28, 2012 4:47:30 PM EDT
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From: Susan Kendall <skendall**At_Symbol_Here**>

EHS Manager (Midwest)

Location:     Greater Milwaukee area

Relocation: Relocation is available for qualified candidates

Benefits:     Competitive compensation, including bonus potential and strong benefits

This is an opportunity to lead the EHS programs at a large asset, batch chemical plant.  Supervising 2 and working closely with the site leadership team.  Provides EHS compliance program management, provides EHS guidance and works with manufacturing, engineering, etc. to achieve corporate and regulatory goals and support business profitability.

Responsibilities for this position include:  Maintain EHS program compliance with local, state and federal regulatory agencies and corporate standards, champion management systems, develop and lead continuous improvement efforts and provide support to the business.  Supervises other EHS professionals.

Requirements: BS in EHS or related field, (10) years of similar experience, demonstrated leadership capabilities.  Ideally candidates will have some EHS experience in a batch chemical plant and working with site managers.  Broad EHS knowledge that includes, multi-media environmental compliance including some experience with Title V and PSM, as well as, occupational health and safety program management.  Prior supervisory experience is preferred.

Susan Kendall , Technical Recruiting Associate
Professional Outlook, Inc.
"Nationwide Recruiting Specialist since 1991"
Direct: 616.796.2298
Office: 616.738.9600

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