Current Openings

Is there an SH&E position open at your company in Atlanta or the surrounding area? Please contact the chapter secretary to have it posted on the Georgia Chapter website. When submitting a posting, please include the following sections:

  • Contact Instructions
  • Company Name
  • Position Title
  • Duties / Responsibilities / Employment Background
  • Time (Full or Part Time)
  • Salary Range
  • Location (City & State)

Please note: The following positions are listed with the Georgia Chapter of the American Society of Safety Professionals as a courtesy to it’s members. The Chapter does not necessarily endorse the employers listed nor warrant the suitability of a specified position for a member.

National Director, Quality Assurance, Child & Club Safety

Under the general direction of the National Vice President of Child and Club Safety and in close collaboration with other national leaders, the National Director (ND), Quality Assurance will provide strategic leadership and direction for Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s (BGCA) quality assurance and safety assessment systems. The ND will oversee all aspects of our QA processes, establish strategic plans, develop policies and programs, and train and coach employees. The ND is responsible for delivering high quality QA products and services to Clubs and consulting with QA experts and organizational leaders to develop an environment of continual improvement in every aspect of the department.
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

 Assures quality services and processes by establishing and enforcing minimum and best practice standards and testing organizational procedures.
 Establishes minimum and best practice standards by studying member organizations, sector trends & other national YSOs or subject matter experts, including other field operations leaders.
 Implements in-process assessment standards by benchmarking methods and devising testing methods and procedures.
 Establishes standards for evaluation tests, methods and procedures.
 Institutes reassessment standards by devising testing methods and procedures.
 Creates quality documentation system by writing and updating quality assurance procedures.
 Maintains overall quality by enforcing quality assurance policies and procedures and membership requirements.
 Prepares reports by collecting, analyzing and summarizing information and trends.
 Completes quality assurance operations requirements by scheduling and assigning analysts and following up on work results.
 Develops a quality assurance team by recruiting, selecting, onboarding, training and providing ongoing guidance & direction.
 Manages quality assurance team results by coaching, counseling and directing outcomes.
 Maintains professional technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, and participating in professional societies.
 Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
 Plans, coordinates, implements and evaluates all safety risk mitigation programs and strategies
SUPERVISION EXERCISED
• Direct supervisory responsibility over Quality Assurance Analysts.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor’s degree in appropriate discipline, graduate degree preferred
• Experience with QA measuring and testing
• Five to 10 years’ experience as QA director or equivalent
• Knowledge of youth safety requirements and l and risk management
• Experience with MS Word, Excel, Project Management and EHS software

Contact:

Mandy Williams

Sr Talent Acquisition Strategist

mwilliams@BGCA.org

[o] 404-487-5770

[c] 770-815-4341

Safety Specialist Position, Mazda Toyota Manufacturing USA

Why We Want You We believe that sharing common values and bringing together ideas from all people of a community triggers more engagement, creativity and performance. By inspiring each other and fostering an inclusive, friendly environment that helps us thrive as individuals we create a unique and cooperative work sphere. We value diversity and inclusion and care for everybody that supports us with his and her skills. Find your future with us and join our team! What You Do Initially will lead the establishment and ramp-up of engineering at a large, high-volume, cutting-edge automotive manufacturing operation. As a part of the above, and on an ongoing basis will also: • Establish strong team member relations, at all levels and provide support for people development, coaching and mentoring with a focus on teamwork and inclusion • Collaborate with international team members from Mazda and Toyota or, other customers • Provide leadership and support for plant wide safety and shop safety programs and activities • Ensure OSHA Compliance, Safety department and incident investigations • Ensure Early Safety Intervention follow up with team members • Track, monitor and share safety trend and data analysis, including for Floor Management Systems • Influence team member behavior as it relates to Safety priorities and interact with team members through Safety Task Force groups, department meetings, incident investigations, and projects • Implement shop and plant projects to improve safety systems and culture, to include OSHA Safety Compliance and Culture-based or other programs designed to improve plant safety and awareness • Develop Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Tracking for daily, weekly and monthly reports • Audit of processes related to assigned Safety compliance programs (e.g. confirming training records for Electrical program compliance) • Lead project plans utilizing Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) with the objective of continuous improvement • Identify and prioritize risks related to safety issues and conditions and develop sustainable action plans to reduce and/or eliminate those risks • Lead and administer vendor-managed PPE program • Ability to work outside of typical business hours and travel as needed (domestically and internationally) What You Bring • Bachelor’s Degree in Safety, Engineering, Ergonomics, Industrial Hygiene, or equivalent experience • Regulatory Safety compliance experience (must have demonstrated knowledge of OSHA, ANSI, and NFPA Safety requirements) • Manufacturing safety experience • Experience in improving safety awareness and/or safety culture • Experience in safety policy creation and implementation, safety training, safety investigation, reporting, database management and risk assessment • General safety experience that includes machine guarding, robotics, and electrical safety • Project management experience with capability to develop, lead and prioritize work, meet milestones, gain consensus, and report out status of projects What We Offer At Mazda Toyota Manufacturing USA Inc., we offer the opportunity to end each day with a smile and a sense of pride in the work that you do. Our innovative, inclusive environment allows every single one of our team members the chance to learn from others and do something that matters – from building vehicles that lead in quality & value to making a true difference in Mazda Toyota Manufacturing and our hometown North Alabama community.

Apply here: https://mtmus.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/ExternalCareers/job/Huntsville/Safety-Specialist_REQ000600-1

Engineering Specialist, Environmental Health and Safety (Ergonomics)

Location: West Point GA

Benefits: Company pays up to 95%!  PTO, 401k, 14 holidays, flexible spending accounts, company paid Life Insurance.

Background checks are required.

Urinalysis will be conducted. Applicant will be given a voucher so they can do it free of charge within 30miles of their home.
Cultural aspects-This is a LARGE factory setting, candidates should understand those departmental environments and large factory settings and culture or be open to learning.

General Summary:

Lead ergonomic program activities for existing production process improvement and new production process development. Perform Safety Specialist duties including equipment buy-off processes, accident/incident investigations, Job Hazard Analyses, Safety Observation Tours, and other tasks relevant to the position. Maintain a visible on-floor presence supporting production and engineering needs.

ESSENTIAL PRIMARY DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES (including but not limited to the following):

  • Lead ergonomics program, articulate ergonomics vision, integrate ergonomics with existing engineering & safety functions.
  • Create opportunities for team member participation in the ergonomics solution process.
  • Develop & implement a method to evaluate & document ergonomic risk factors of job tasks.
  • Conduct risk assessments of all production jobs within Stamping, Body, Paint, Assembly Shops, & other off-line & sequencing areas as requested.
  • Provide guidance to Production Engineers, Group Leaders, Assistant Managers & Managers to create & define corrective actions to perceived safety & ergonomic issues. Work with shop leadership to implement & sustain countermeasures.
  • Analyze trends regarding risk factors, symptom data, & injury experience. Make recommendations to prioritize countermeasure implementation.
  • Participate in new process installation & equipment modification minimizing ergonomic risk factors.
  • Develop & deliver ergonomics training for Team Member, Engineering, & Management as appropriate.
  • Investigate ergonomic injury cases & write opinions regarding work relatedness of those cases in support of Workers’ Compensation Case Management.
  • Assist Group Leaders & Assistant Managers with restricted team member job placement & rotation schemes.
  • Conduct periodic inspections of plant machinery, equipment, & working conditions to ensure conformance to appropriate Ergonomic, Safety & Health Standards & OSHA Regulations.
  • Investigate incidents & working conditions, compiling data, providing remedial actions & recommendations to achieve loss prevention. Follow up & work with Shop Leadership to assure that countermeasures are sustained.
  • Perform all duties of Safety Specialist as assigned by departmental leadership. Must be able to work any shift in all shops.
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QUALIFICATIONS and JOB REQUIREMENTS (Education, Experience, Competencies):

  • Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health and Safety Management, Industrial Engineering, or a related field along with two (2) to five (5) years of progressive experience in the ergonomics and/or EHS field in a manufacturing environment preferably within the automotive industry, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

SPECIALIZED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED

  • Successful implementation of an ergonomics program at any manufacturer or component manufacturer is preferred.
  • Other successful ergonomics program experience will be considered.
  • Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, Access
  • Certified Ergonomics Technician or Professional (CET / CEP)
  • Associate or Certified Safety Professional (ASP / CSP)
  • Occupational Health and Safety Technologist (OHST)

Contact Rick O’Callaghan Ricko@fusioncell.com for more information

E12-SHES Project Manager – Occupational Health

Job ID 228254 Location Atlanta, Georgia Full/Part Time Full-Time Regular/Temp. Regular

About Us

This position will reside within the Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2) and be assigned as an Extension Professional. For more information about EI2 see:
https://innovate.gatech.edu/

Georgia Tech Extension Professionals are research personnel assigned to fulfill the extension service mission of Georgia Tech to the State of Georgia and beyond. This mission includes, but is not limited to, technology-based economic development, technology commercialization and deployment, entrepreneurship, start-up company incubation, and business/industry outreach. Extension Professionals also provide educational programs for business and industry in support of these missions through facilitating and fostering increased industrial engagement and sponsorship of applied research activities at Georgia Tech. Extension Professional appointments are based on the merit and special qualifications of the individual and follow the same general ranking, hiring, and promotion principles as other professional research faculty ranks.

Location

The primary office location can/may be in the metro-Atlanta area however, incumbent in this position may be expected to travel state-wide and remain flexible to on-site daily service delivery hours (due to client schedules and/or project requirements).

Job Summary

Serving within the Research Faculty of The Institute, this position directly supports the extension, service, and economic development missions of Georgia Tech to the State of Georgia and beyond.  As part of the Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2), primarily this role provides consultative services in the areas of Safety, Health, and Environmental Services (SHES).  EI2 Occupational Health professionals provide consulting to small businesses in the state of Georgia under a grant from the Department of Labor-OSHA.  This position will specialize in occupational health and industrial engineering services to EI2-SHES clients.

For more information about EI2 and the SHES Program see: https://innovate.gatech.edu/ & https://oshainfo.gatech.edu/ 

This position vacancy is an open rank announcement.  Final job offer will be dependent on candidate qualifications in alignment with Research Faculty Extension Professional ranks as outlined in section 3.2.1 of the Georgia Tech Faculty Handbook.

Responsibilities

– Provide occupational health consultation services to small businesses.
– Oversee jobsite assessments.
– Prepare technical reports in alignment with sponsor requirements.
– Conduct client management and employee interviews.
– Formulate and administer training programs.
– Perform other related duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Public Health, Industrial Management, or related area.

Preferred Qualifications

Preferred Education: Master’s Degree (MS, MPH, MSPH) or PhD in related/relevant field.

Preferred Skills/Work Experience: Five to seven years job-related experience (or equivalent combination of education and work experience). Successful applicants will possess professional knowledge/skills in consulting small businesses in the area of workplace safety and/or OSHA compliance. Preferred applicants will have prior experience in course management; public speaking; and outreach training. Candidate must demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills; be detail oriented; and be able to utilize office related computer applications.  Industrial hygiene sampling experience or experience using hygiene sampling equipment. Working knowledge of occupational ergonomics, occupational health regulatory topics. OSHA training from an approved OSHA Training Institute Education Center.

Contact Information

Hiring Manager for this Role: Jenny Houlroyd (jenny.houlroyd@innovate.gatech.edu)


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EI2-SHES Project Manager: Safety Engineering

Job ID 228253 Location Atlanta, Georgia Full/Part Time Full-Time Regular/Temp. Regular

About Us

This position will reside within the Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2) and be assigned as an Extension Professional.  For more information about EI2 see: https://innovate.gatech.edu/

Georgia Tech Extension Professionals are research personnel assigned to fulfill the extension service mission of Georgia Tech to the State of Georgia and beyond.  This mission includes, but is not limited to, technology-based economic development, technology commercialization and deployment, entrepreneurship, start-up company incubation, and business/industry outreach.  Extension Professionals also provide educational programs for business and industry in support of these missions through facilitating and fostering increased industrial engagement and sponsorship of applied research activities at Georgia Tech.  Extension Professional appointments are based on the merit and special qualifications of the individual and follow the same general ranking, hiring, and promotion principles as other professional research faculty ranks.

Location

The primary office location can/may be in the metro-Atlanta area however, incumbent in this position may be expected to travel state-wide and remain flexible to on-site daily service delivery hours (due to client schedules and/or project requirements).

Job Summary

Serving within the Research Faculty of The Institute, this position directly supports the extension, service, and economic development missions of Georgia Tech to the State of Georgia and beyond.  As part of the Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2), primarily this role provides consultative services in the areas of Safety, Health, and Environmental Services (SHES).  EI2 Occupational Safety professionals provide consulting to small businesses in the state of Georgia under a grant from the Department of Labor-OSHA.  This position will specialize in safety engineering services to EI2-SHES clients.

For more information about EI2 and the SHES Program see: https://innovate.gatech.edu/ & https://oshainfo.gatech.edu/ 

This position vacancy is an open rank announcement.  Final job offer will be dependent on candidate qualifications in alignment with Research Faculty Extension Professional ranks as outlined in section 3.2.1 of the Georgia Tech Faculty Handbook.

Responsibilities

  • Provide safety engineering consultation services to small businesses.
  • Oversee jobsite assessments.
  • Prepare technical reports in alignment with sponsor requirements.
  • Conduct client management and employee interviews.
  • Formulate and administer training programs.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications

  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Public Health, Industrial Management, or related area. 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Preferred Education: Master’s Degree (MS, MPH, MSPH) or PhD in related/relevant field.
  • Preferred Skills/Work Experience: Five to seven years job-related experience (or equivalent combination of education and work experience).  Prefer industrial safety experience and prior OSHA training from an approved OSHA Training Institute Education Center.  Successful applicants will possess professional knowledge/skills in consulting small businesses in the area of workplace safety and/or OSHA compliance.  Preferred applicants will have prior experience in course management; public speaking; and outreach training.  Candidate must demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills; be detail oriented; and be able to utilize office related computer applications. 

Contact Information

Hiring Manager for this Role: Paige Rohrig (paige.rohrig@innovate.gatech.edu

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