Alfred H Knight has an exciting opportunity for a EHS & Facilities Manager to join our team based in Spartanburg, South Carolina. You will be responsible for overseeing the health & safety, environmental programs, and facilities to guarantee a safe and healthy workplace. You will adhere to AHK, local, state and federal regulatory requirements.
This critical role understands the relationship between safety, quality, and productivity and their combined influence on profitability of the organization. This position will carefully monitor HSE related performance, work collaboratively with employees to proactively influence desirable results, while minimizing the impact of unplanned events.
Alfred H Knight is a totally independent, family owned business spanning five generations. A global network of strategically placed offices and laboratories enable global trade by providing independent inspection, analysis and consultancy services to the metals and minerals, solid fuels and agriculture industries.
We have honed and carefully crafted our reputation. Delivering knowledge and professionalism in all aspects of weighing, sampling and analysis. We thrive by continuing to re-invest in our facilities, technology and people. Click here to find out more about AHK.
DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES?
To be successful at Alfred H Knight you will need to display the following:
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND WORK EXPERIENCE
Strong safety regulatory knowledge and expertise including OSHA, CCOHS, and USEPA. Knowledge of MSHA, USDOT, and Maritime regulations are a plus.
Excellent attention to detail, with a methodical troubleshooting and problem-solving mindset.
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) and the ability to influence staff not in a direct-line reporting relationship.
Hands-on mindset and can-do attitude.
Must be able to provide training on HSE topics to staff at all levels of the organization.
Able to work independently.
Required Work Experience
A minimum of two years of prior experience as an HSE professional developing, implementing and leading Safety, Environmental, and/or Industrial Hygiene Programs.
Prior experience in a commercial environment is required. Experience in laboratories, field operations, heavy equipment sites, or at ports and terminals is preferred.
Experience coordinating with regulatory agencies.
Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline. A degree in engineering, chemistry, safety, or industrial hygiene is preferred.
Professional OHS/HSE Accreditation preferred (i.e. ASP, CSD, MSP, OHST, CSP, CIH, CHMM, or CSHM).
Fluent English required, French is a plus.
Some occasional travel in the US and Canada may be required to support operations in the Region (passport required for Canadian travel and will be supported by the business if not already obtained).
Future potential for international travel to meet with global HSE/Facilities leadership.
401K. You can elect to make pre-tax contributions of between 1% to 84% of eligible earnings. The company contributes 3% of salary per annum.
Medical. Yourself only – fully Company funded (dependents coverage is available at the employee’s cost).
Dental. Yourself and dependents – fully Company funded.
Life Insurance. $80,000 total (as long as you are employed by AHK).
Disability Insurance. Long-term disability insurance is available at low cost to employees.
Vision. Vision insurance is available at low cost for employees and dependents which is paid through payroll draft.
AFLAC. Several supplemental programs are available to employees at their own cost.