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 Construction EHS Coordinator (CEC) reports directly to the Director, Construction EHS, and works closely with Project EHS Leads to implement, monitor, report, and audit Operational Excellence Management System processes critical to the safe and environmentally compliant execution of Enviva’s construction projects and provide direct EHS support to Project locations, as requested by the Director.  

Responsibilities

  • Ensure the collection, entry and analysis of the 6 Leading Indicators of EHS for construction.
  • Input, monitor, analyze and develop electronic dashboards for the Enviva Project Teams for the purposes of identification of trends and development of corrective actions to prevent incidents, supporting the “Target Zero” goal for projects.
  • Support Project Teams in establishing and maintaining their Control of Work systems during project execution. This includes delivering training on Enviva’s permit to work requirements and EHS reviews, based on the Brownfield and Greenfield boundaries within projects.
  • Publish and track compliance for each Project team of our Training, Certification and KPI targets and goals.
  • Ensure that data, both leading and lagging indicators, corrective actions, audits, and trend analysis is entered into OE Suites, generating reports for review and analysis by leadership.
  • Support projects in tracking manhours and recordable incidents for the purposes of monitoring and accurately reporting Enviva and Project Total Recordable Incident Rates.
  • Support Project’ Contractor Coordinators and Single Points of Accountability in meeting the requirements detailed within OEMS 4.9 Contractor Management.
  • Develop and maintain processes to support Enviva’s 4 Pillars of Operational Excellence including but not limited to means and methods to improve EHS reporting and data analysis, providing Team Backup directly to projects by assisting the EHS Manager with safety critical activities during project execution and providing EHS oversight and assurance to contractors.
  • Monitor the Incident Investigation Process, ensuring that investigations are closed out in a timely manner
  • Monitor and notify EHS Managers and the Director of any instances of non-conformance based on the data within OE Suites and direct observation at the Project location.
  • The Safety Coordinator, through a combination of their academic education, training, skills and experience will provide assistance to Project and Construction Managers to support EHS excellence for their projects.

Qualifications 

  • The EHS Director of Construction is seeking a candidate with a diverse background. The candidate MUST be bilingual in English and Spanish and be capable of doing translations, both verbal and written.
  • Bachelor of Science Degree
  • Strong working knowledge of CFR 1926 Construction Safety Regulations
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Teams, Sharepoint, Outlook, and database creation and management. Deep functional experience working with MS Excel is essential, including the ability to use formulas, PivotTables, statistical analyses and the development of Charts/Graphs
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks/projects at the same time and be able to respond quickly to changing priorities
  • High degree of professionalism and integrity
  • The ideal candidate will be assertive but professional in their interactions with Enviva personnel and Contractors, at all levels.
  • Desire to receive constructive feedback from other team members
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Willingness to travel 50% of the time and work in remote locations.

Preferred Qualifications - What Will Set You Apart

  • 2+ years construction project EHS experience
  • GHST, OHST, ASP or other national or internationally recognized EHS credential
  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related discipline such as Occupational Safety, Engineering, Construction Management or Occupational Health.
  • Project Management experience working within a Construction leadership team on a large construction project is a plus.
  • A proven record of continuous learning as demonstrated through on-going completion of OSHA General Industry/Construction/Maritime or NFPA training courses

Travel requirements

  • Moderate travel with up to 50% but may change dependent upon business needs.  

Working Conditions

  • Must be capable of providing direct tactical and strategic support to Enviva-led projects.
  • Must be capable of supporting project EHS efforts without direct oversight by EHS Management.
  • Must demonstrate operating knowledge of construction regulations (29 CFR 1926) and Enviva’ EHS requirements, including but not limited to Enviva’s Site Specific Safety Policies and Safe Work Practices.

Physical Requirements

  • Willing and able to perform tasks such as lifting, walking, climbing, stooping, standing, pushing and/or pulling for up to twelve (12) hours a day
  • Willing and able to work around moving equipment and machinery
  • Willing and able to pull and lift, up to 50 lbs.
  • Ability to perform the essential job functions consistent safely and successfully with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local standards, including meeting qualitative and/or quantitative productivity standards.

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