''Innovation is facilitated by having the right people in the right roles with the right skills and values.'' - Charles Koch, Koch Industries Chairman and CEO
INVISTA brings to market the proprietary ingredients for nylon 6,6 and recognized brands including STAINMASTER®, CORDURA® and ANTRON®. INVISTA is a subsidiary of Koch Industries, Inc., which is one of the largest private companies in America with estimated annual revenues as high as $110 billion, according to Forbes. With a presence in about 60 countries, Koch companies employ nearly 130,000 people worldwide, with about 67,000 of those in the United States.
The EHS Manager is responsible for compliance with Health & Safety (H&S) regulations and Environmental organization at the INVISTA Camden, SC manufacturing facility.
A Day In The Life Typically Includes:
Provide guidance to leadership when addressing operations related challenges that may present a risk to employees and/or our ability to comply with EH&S regulations
Develop a strong understanding of various operating processes and their potential to impact employee H&S
Drive site-wide compliance with EHS programs
Manage and supervise direct reports building RREs and team capability
Manage interactions with regulatory agencies
Plan, develop and implement EHS policies, guidance, work processes, and management systems to improve efficiency and overall H&S performance
Ensure that all deadlines are met for the site Compliance Plan
Leverage Best Practices across other INVISTA sites
Participate, as needed, in incident investigations to identify immediate and root causes and ensure that corrective actions are developed and implemented to prevent recurrence
Track emerging regulations, understand their impact, and assist site with implementing new compliance programs
Effectively manage resources (time/people/capital) to meet INVISTA and regulatory agency expectations
What You Will Need:
Knowledge of federal laws governing health and safety related issues
Experience in health and safety and /or compliance related to manufacturing environments
Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Safety, or Risk Management
What Will Put You Ahead?
Experience driving innovation and transformation
Experience driving improvement to personal safety programs in manufacturing environments
Knowledge and understanding of process safety and emergency response related issues
Experience working in a large manufacturing environment