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Associate Director, EHS

Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755
  • Job Code
    113306150


Dartmouth College



Dartmouth College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to diversity. In that spirit, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of people, including women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, veterans or any other legally protected group.

Position Information

Position Title
Associate Director, EHS

Department
Environmental Health and Safety

Position Number
1126992

Position Purpose

To strategically plan, develop, and manage the regulatory compliance programs required for maintenance and facility tasks as required by OSHA's general industry and construction standards as well as consensus standards such as NFPA, ANSI, ASTM, etc. Strategically partner with the Environmental Management Program by supporting construction, remediation and other situations that involve hazardous building materials, indoor air quality, and contaminated environmental media that potentially pose contact, ingestion or inhalation health threats. Provide vision and leadership for the EHS department.



SEIU Level
Not an SEIU Position

FLSA
Exempt

Employment Category
Regular Full Time

Department Contact for Cover Letter
Megan Sandy

Special Instructions to Applicants

Employment in this position is contingent upon consent to and successful completion of a pre-employment background check, which may include a criminal background check, reference checks, verification of work history, and verification of any required academic credentials, licenses, and/or certifications, with results acceptable to Dartmouth College. A criminal conviction will not automatically disqualify an applicant from employment. Background check information will be used in a confidential, non-discriminatory manner consistent with state and federal law.



Key Accountabilities

Key Accountabilities

Program Planning (50%):

• Establish and sustain policies, programs, and/or procedures for occupational safety and health as required by Federal and State law, specifically OSHA's 29 CFR 1910 and 1926. Examples include, but are not limited to, hazard communication, electrical safety, control of hazardous energy, confined space entry, working at heights, fall protection, personal protective equipment, material handling, powered industrial trucks, hot work, and machine safeguarding.
• Oversee campus hazardous building materials mitigation projects, as well as environmental remediation and redevelopment projects that have environmental components (e.g. capping, subslab vapor control systems)
• Develop, implement, and maintain a contractor safety program with input and partnering alongside other campus services departments.
• Provide strategic leadership, goals, and continuous improvement for occupational safety and construction compliance.
• Advise the Director on policy, program, and/or procedure development due to new EHS regulatory trends in industry and higher education.

Program Operations/Administration (30%):
• Coordinate with all college departments to provide occupational and construction program services (policies, training and inspections) to ensure regulatory compliance in a manner consistent with the EHS department's mission.
• Oversight of contract personnel/consultants in special projects related to areas of responsibility.
• Coordinate with laboratory safety personnel to ensure research activity is communicated to non-research staff and contractors who may be required to perform work within a laboratory setting.
• Develop and maintain required records-management systems.
• Originate reports to State and Federal agencies as required.
• Determine resource needs and manages assigned budgets.
• Create a schedule for visiting and actively engaging in all construction, remediation and mitigation projects on campus and provide a report for the project managers.
• Identify and project campus long-term environmental liabilities for associated budgeting and management.
• Provide efficient and cost-effective solutions. Assist line management in identifying ways to simplify and improve compliance with EHS policies and procedures.
• Participate in design review meetings and project meetings and coordinate with the Environmental Project Manager.
• Work with stakeholders to develop and implement safety programs specific to student safety in non-laboratory settings. Examples include but are not limited to student machine-shop safety, student activities such as bonfire construction and winter carnival.

Occupational Compliance (10%):
• Identify, design, and administer compliance programs to meet Federal OSHA , EPA and NH regulatory agency requirements as outlined earlier.
• Maintain all required records and establish and build on relationships with State and Federal regulatory agencies.
• Identify appropriate and adequate training for OSHA compliance and health and safety programs. Ensure training is provided as necessary and oversees program applicability and effectiveness.
• Attend Safety Committee meetings in select departments across campus (Dining, FO&M, etc.) conducts inspections, and identifies hazards and addresses compliance concerns across campus.
• Develop and implement policies and procedures to meet compliance and safety requirements.
• Perform regular jobsite inspections of all contractors/subcontractors to identify unsafe conditions and unsafe work practices.

Education/Training (10%):
• Develop and perform training related to Federal and State safety and occupational health requirements for faculty, staff, and students.
• Develop and provide training to college administrators/managers to keep them abreast of regulatory changes and best practices for occupational, construction and environmental compliance.
• Identify the need for, develop content of, and conduct specialized training tailored to the needs of specific academic departments, research groups or facilities personnel.
• Mentor and support other staff in technical and professional development.
• Ensure relevant training has been accomplished.

Emergency Response/Action:
• Respond to EHS -related emergencies as required.
• Identify type of hazard and as a member of the EHS team takes proper action in remediation of the hazard.
• Serve 24-hour on call.
• Respond to events as necessary to manage response, site safety, customer interface and preliminary investigation.

-- Demonstrates a commitment to diversity, inclusion, and cultural awareness through actions, interactions, and communications with others. -- Performs other duties as assigned.

PI113306150

<br/><br/><b>Dartmouth College</b><br/><br/><br/><br/>Dartmouth College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with a strong commitment to diversity. In that spirit, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of people, including women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, veterans or any other legally protected group.<br/><br/><b>Position Information</b><br/><br/><b>Position Title</b><br/>Associate Director, EHS<br/><br/><b>Department</b><br/>Environmental Health and Safety<br/><br/><b>Position Number</b><br/>1126992<br/><br/><b>Position Purpose</b><br/><p>To strategically plan, develop, and manage the regulatory compliance programs required for maintenance and facility tasks as required by OSHA's general industry and construction standards as well as consensus standards such as NFPA, ANSI, ASTM, etc. Strategically partner with the Environmental Management Program by supporting construction, remediation and other situations that involve hazardous building materials, indoor air quality, and contaminated environmental media that potentially pose contact, ingestion or inhalation health threats. Provide vision and leadership for the EHS department.</p><br/><br/><b>SEIU Level</b><br/>Not an SEIU Position<br/><br/><b>FLSA</b><br/>Exempt<br/><br/><b>Employment Category</b><br/>Regular Full Time<br/><br/><b>Department Contact for Cover Letter</b><br/>Megan Sandy<br/><br/><b>Special Instructions to Applicants</b><br/><p>Employment in this position is contingent upon consent to and successful completion of a pre-employment background check, which may include a criminal background check, reference checks, verification of work history, and verification of any required academic credentials, licenses, and/or certifications, with results acceptable to Dartmouth College. A criminal conviction will not automatically disqualify an applicant from employment. Background check information will be used in a confidential, non-discriminatory manner consistent with state and federal law.</p><br/><br/><b>Key Accountabilities</b><br/><p></p> <tr> <th>Key Accountabilities</th> <td><p>Program Planning (50%):</p> <p> Establish and sustain policies, programs, and/or procedures for occupational safety and health as required by Federal and State law, specifically OSHA's 29 CFR 1910 and 1926. Examples include, but are not limited to, hazard communication, electrical safety, control of hazardous energy, confined space entry, working at heights, fall protection, personal protective equipment, material handling, powered industrial trucks, hot work, and machine safeguarding. <br> Oversee campus hazardous building materials mitigation projects, as well as environmental remediation and redevelopment projects that have environmental components (e.g. capping, subslab vapor control systems) <br> Develop, implement, and maintain a contractor safety program with input and partnering alongside other campus services departments.<br> Provide strategic leadership, goals, and continuous improvement for occupational safety and construction compliance. <br> Advise the Director on policy, program, and/or procedure development due to new EHS regulatory trends in industry and higher education.</p> <p>Program Operations/Administration (30%):<br> Coordinate with all college departments to provide occupational and construction program services (policies, training and inspections) to ensure regulatory compliance in a manner consistent with the EHS department's mission. <br> Oversight of contract personnel/consultants in special projects related to areas of responsibility. <br> Coordinate with laboratory safety personnel to ensure research activity is communicated to non-research staff and contractors who may be required to perform work within a laboratory setting.<br> Develop and maintain required records-management systems.<br> Originate reports to State and Federal agencies as required.<br> Determine resource needs and manages assigned budgets.<br> Create a schedule for visiting and actively engaging in all construction, remediation and mitigation projects on campus and provide a report for the project managers.<br> Identify and project campus long-term environmental liabilities for associated budgeting and management.<br> Provide efficient and cost-effective solutions. Assist line management in identifying ways to simplify and improve compliance with EHS policies and procedures.<br> Participate in design review meetings and project meetings and coordinate with the Environmental Project Manager. <br> Work with stakeholders to develop and implement safety programs specific to student safety in non-laboratory settings. Examples include but are not limited to student machine-shop safety, student activities such as bonfire construction and winter carnival.</p> <p>Occupational Compliance (10%):<br> Identify, design, and administer compliance programs to meet Federal OSHA , EPA and NH regulatory agency requirements as outlined earlier.<br> Maintain all required records and establish and build on relationships with State and Federal regulatory agencies.<br> Identify appropriate and adequate training for OSHA compliance and health and safety programs. Ensure training is provided as necessary and oversees program applicability and effectiveness.<br> Attend Safety Committee meetings in select departments across campus (Dining, FO&M, etc.) conducts inspections, and identifies hazards and addresses compliance concerns across campus.<br> Develop and implement policies and procedures to meet compliance and safety requirements.<br> Perform regular jobsite inspections of all contractors/subcontractors to identify unsafe conditions and unsafe work practices.</p> <p>Education/Training (10%):<br> Develop and perform training related to Federal and State safety and occupational health requirements for faculty, staff, and students.<br> Develop and provide training to college administrators/managers to keep them abreast of regulatory changes and best practices for occupational, construction and environmental compliance.<br> Identify the need for, develop content of, and conduct specialized training tailored to the needs of specific academic departments, research groups or facilities personnel.<br> Mentor and support other staff in technical and professional development.<br> Ensure relevant training has been accomplished.</p> <p>Emergency Response/Action:<br> Respond to EHS -related emergencies as required.<br> Identify type of hazard and as a member of the EHS team takes proper action in remediation of the hazard.<br> Serve 24-hour on call.<br> Respond to events as necessary to manage response, site safety, customer interface and preliminary investigation.</p></td> </tr> <tr> <th>--</th> <td>Demonstrates a commitment to diversity, inclusion, and cultural awareness through actions, interactions, and communications with others.</td> </tr> <tr> <th>--</th> <td>Performs other duties as assigned.</td> </tr> <img src="https://analytics.click2apply.net/v/QljJ2Ofe5P4zCV65ige7G"> <p>PI113306150</p>

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Posted: 2019-08-31 Expires: 2019-10-01

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