The Enviva team is driven by our shared vision for a renewable energy future. We are a fast-growing, purpose-driven, global energy company specializing in delivering sustainable wood bioenergy solutions. We are the world’s largest producer of sustainable wood pellets, which provide a low-carbon alternative to fossil fuels.

The Safety Coordinator is responsible for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of Corporate, Regional, and Site EH&S Teams. They will accomplish this by identifying opportunities to coordinate, standardize, and centralize processes and tasks critical to the implementation and execution of the EH&S Management System. The Safety Coordinator will administer, automate, or improve these processes and tasks, enabling acceleration of the EH&S Management system implementation, and allowing Corporate, Regional, and EH&S Management to focus on more complex activities. 

Responsibilities

  • Track and analyze EH&S Key Performance Indicators
  • Plan, schedule, coordinate, and assist in the execution and documentation of EH&S risk identification and assessment activities
  • Compile reports necessary to meet EH&S regulatory requirements
  • Monitor the completion of EH&S regulatory compliance tasks
  • Assist in the development, deployment, and monitoring of Safe Work Practices such as LOTO, Confined Space Entry, and Hot Work.
  • Assist in the development, delivery, and documentation of EH&S training for employees and contractors
  • Assist in the documentation, investigation, and administration of EH&S near miss and incident reporting processes
  • Administer and report on the EH&S assessment and audit processes
  • Track and verify incident corrective actions

Qualifications

  • BA/BS in EH&S Management or similar degree
  • 2-3+ years' experience in similar role 
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePoint
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks/projects at the same time and be able to respond quickly to changing priorities
  • Desire to learn quickly and be challenged to take on higher levels of responsibility
  • Willingness to challenge the status quo and question leadership
  • High degree of professionalism and integrity
  • Willingness to confront team members and hold them accountable
  • Desire to receive constructive feedback from other team members

Preferred Qualifications - What will set you apart

  • Project Management experience
  • Prior experience working in a Wood Products or other process-based manufacturing company
  • Knowledge of Task Based Curriculum Development methodology
  • Completion of OSHA General Industry/Construction/Maritime or NFPA training courses
  • Knowledge of Machine Guarding, LOTO, Confined Space, Industrial Hygiene, Mobile Equipment, PSM/PHA, NFPA 70e, Combustible Dust (NFPA 68, 69, 652, 654) and Fire Safety
  • Proficiency with database, project management, and reporting processes

Travel Requirements 

  • Willingness to travel domestically up to 75%

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