Our mission at The Boston Beer Company is to bring the highest-quality products to the U.S. beer drinker. To answer that mission, we are creating an inclusive culture that celebrates the differences in both our people and our brands.Our diversity makes us stronger, and when you bring your authentic self to work, we are a stronger, more innovative, and more sustainable company & community.
As a fast-paced, growing company with a strong family of brands (Samuel Adams, Dogfish Head, Angry Orchard, Twisted Tea, and Truly Hard Seltzer), we seek constantly to challenge the status quo. We are always looking for hardworking, talented, and passionate people (that means you!) to join our team.
We are The Boston Beer Company, and together we are heavy.
We are currently hiring an Environmental Health and Safety Manager in Cincinnati, Ohio
What You'll Do:
Provide EHS leadership and support for the Cincinnati Brewery.
Provide direction, accountability, and responsiveness from Department Managers.
Lead compliance, security, ergonomic, wastewater, and industrial hygiene programs across brewery
Strengthen site EHS culture through employee engagement, ownership and accountability and behavior-based safety efforts; support LEAN and other process improvement initiatives.
Demonstrate strong leadership skills as a member of SACB site management team.
Conduct compliance audits and reviews necessary to meet company and local compliance requirements to reduce risk liability
Implement and oversee execution of Brewery EHS programs / processes to attain full compliance with applicable laws and regulations
Drive EHS compliance through training, audits, process/equipment review and proactive risk elimination.
Institute site injury prevention program to include hazard analysis, JSA, incident / accident investigations, trend analysis, etc.
Work closely with the functional departments to coordinate activities in their respective areas.
Maintain and promote good working relationships with all local, state and Federal regulatory agencies, as needed
Provide leadership for brewery-wide sustainability initiatives
Provide communication process to ensure understanding and compliance for all EHS processes
Ensure full compliance under OSHAs PSM standard for applicable locations.
Develop site security policies and procedures related to physical site security
What We're Looking For:
Four-year degree (BS/BA) in Environmental Engineering, Occupational Safety & Health, Environmental Science/Studies, or other applicable degree
Minimum of (10) years of EHS experience in industrial setting, regulatory agency, or combination thereof
Demonstrated ability to create and execute safety programs that engage employees and enable a safe work culture
Strong track record of leading continuous improvement in functional areas
Strong understanding of and ability to manage systems under applicable regulatory controls - local, state and federal
Demonstrated experience in Root Cause investigation
Certified Safety Professional, Certified Industrial Hygienist (Comprehensive Practice preferred) and/or Certified Environmental Professional strongly preferred
Demonstrated influencing skills in a team environment workforce
Ability to work effectively with site management team and with all levels of management
Six Sigma Green Belt Certified (preferred)
Experience building and implementing a sustainability program
Demonstrated success receiving a range of environmental permits
Our people are our most important "ingredient." We not only have to hire the best, but we have to reward, develop, and retain them too. We also have a variety of benefits including a competitive compensation package, extensive training programs, excellent healthcare, a discounted stock purchase plan, and a 401K program with a generous company match. Not to mention, there's the free beer too!
Boston Beer Corporation is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a diverse workforce. In order to help ensure reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Veteran's Readjustment Act of 1974, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, applicants who wish to request accommodation in the job application process can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.