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EHS Manager needed for Paper Manufacturing

Position Title Environmental Health and Safety Manager - Paper Manufacturing - WI #2689

Relocation Yes

Location Wisconsin Rapids WI

The EHS Manager position exists to provide consistent direction, implementation and governance of EHS process systems in order to ensure commitment and compliance to established law, regulation, policy, procedure, rule and contract.

Know, support, uphold and protect the company Foundation Document by walking the talk through daily behavior and actions. Brilliant at the Basics
Know, support, uphold and protect the Operational Excellence Process by adhering to the process, leading by example, measuring gap closure and constantly raising the bar to achieving excellence
Assemble and develop a high performing EHS staff capable of leading the mill to excellence in these functional areas. Provide direction, process work systems, and a team environment capable of delivering a zero injury and 100% environmental compliance mill
Ensure commitment and compliance across the mill for EHS related law, regulation, standard, policy, procedure, contract, rule, etc., by ensuring solid EHS management systems are in place and up to date, auditing/assessing those systems, and providing necessary feedback and oversight of Correction Action Plans (CAPs) to ensure identified gaps are closed. Be the Chief Checker in the PDCA "Check" model for all things EHS
Provide regular reports and data to the stake holders and key customers to show progress on gap closure, updates on any key financial or liability threats or concerns to the mill and company
Establish and maintain effective relationships with leaders in the mill and across the company as necessary to achieve best practices and ensure alignment

Desired Knowledge and
Experience:
Bachelor degree, preferable in an EHS function area
Subject Matter Expert (SME) - Environmental, Health, Safety & Sustainability functional areas including government regulations, permitting, company policy, procedures and rules
Minimum 5 years EHS experience, 10 years in any one EHS functional area.
Social, leadership, and communication skills to engage key customers and stakeholders to EHS commitment and compliance with minimum noise
Process Management skills to manage and administer a robust PDCA model to ensure EHS compliance
Working knowledge and experience FDA regulations applicable to paper mfg.
Experience conducting EHS audits and assessments, including team building, delegation, and corrective action management



Bottom line requirements

1. Bachelor degree, preferable in an EHS function area.
2. Subject Matter Expert (SME) - Environmental, Health, Safety & Sustainability functional areas including government regulations, permitting, company policy, procedures and rules.
3. 5+ years of EHS experience, 10 years in any one EHS functional area.
4. Working knowledge and experience FDA regulations applicable to paper manufacturing.
5. Experience conducting EHS audits and assessments, including team building, delegation, and corrective action management

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