International Paper Complex EHS Coordinator in MURFREESBORO CONTAINER, Tennessee
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International Paper (www.internationalpaper.com) is one of the world’s leading producers of fiber-based packaging, pulp and paper. We create packaging products that protect and promote goods, enable worldwide commerce and keep consumers safe; pulp for diapers, tissue and other personal hygiene products that promote health and wellness; and papers that facilitate education and communication.
Headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, the company employs approximately 55,000 people and is strategically located in more than 24 countries serving customers worldwide.
International Paper’s vision is to be one of the best and most respected companies in the world. A company of substance in everything we do, from the products we make, to investing in communities, to protecting our environment, International Paper supports communities where our employees live and work.
We currently have an opening for a Complex Environmental, Health and Safety Coordinator based in Murfreesboro, Tennessee supporting manufacturing plants in Murfreesboro and Ashland City, Tennessee. These plants produce packaging for local and national customers.
Responsible for leading systems, processes and procedures that promote a positive safety culture which results in an injury free and healthy workplace. Collaborate with local leadership to execute on all local, state, federal regulatory EHS requirements and company EHS programs. This position reports directly to the Complex General Manager and will work functionally with regional EHS staff.
Responsible for supporting and fostering the safety culture, safety and environmental compliance of the manufacturing facilities
Assign and track all EHS activities, corrective action plans and tasks to completion and update as needed; Maintain appropriate documentation
Assess facility programs against performance standards and develop corrective action plans to close gaps
Manage leading indicator efforts including safe work observation process, 5S, hazard recognition and controls
Lead and maintain Contractor safety effort; assist in development of contractor work plans and monitor compliance
Manage energy control, hearing conservation and chemical management programs
Participate in required internal and external EHS audits and inspections; Coordinate and review results to ensure deficiency correction
Lead incident investigations, complete investigation files, develop corrective action plans and manage worker's compensation process
Lead initiatives to strategically plan, communicate, deliver and track required employee training. Responsible for makeup training process and new hire onboarding
Responsible for plant-wide EHS communications; utilize resources from EHS function, participate in Area EHS calls and communicate/distribute materials to site leaders; prepare and provide info at plant-wide meetings
Promote sustainability of safety leadership tools; provide feedback to leaders on skill improvements needed
Participate and ensure an active cross functional safety committee
Maintain files, environmental permits, inspections, certifications and submissions (VOC, waste water, storm water, cyclone, silo, Tier II, DMR's, Air, etc)
Lead deliberate improvement efforts to improve EHS performance
Work with lead team to develop and implement site-specific annual objectives for EHS
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in EHS required
3-5 years EHS experience, preferably in a manufacturing environment
Experience with progressive EHS cultures and safety leadership
Knowledge of EHS compliance and regulatory requirements
Strong written and verbal communication skills; Presentation and delivery skills
Aptitude for organization, prioritization and managing multiple tasks
Ability to work in a collaborative fashion to accomplish EHS requirements and objectives
Willingness to travel for training, meetings, benchmarking and weekly support of multiple facilities within geography
Ethics and Values
Drive for Results
Managing through Systems
International Paper offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package that includes medical, dental, disability, life and accident insurance, vacation as well as a 401(k) plan and retirement savings account. This is a great opportunity to start a career with a dynamic and proven manufacturer in the packaging industry.
International Paper is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minorities/Females/Individuals with Disabilities/Veterans.