EHS Manager

(#12005) - North Carolina
Industry: Concrete Block, and Pavers

United Employment Group is seeking an EHS Manager in North Carolina.


Responsible for the overall EH&S compliance for all manufacturing and retail sites in North and South Carolina and Tennessee.
Implements procedures and programs to minimize environmental, health and safety (EHS) risks and ensures compliance with regulatory requirements by performing the following duties:

  • Manage environmental project activities including, scheduling, tracking and planning for environmental assessments, site investigations, feasibility studies, and remedial action plans.
  • Interprets data and observations to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and industry guidelines and advises management accordingly.
  • Participate in workers compensation claims process with Management, HR and carriers; including accident investigations, monitoring of claims, and proper reporting and follow-up.
  • Negotiate settlements of all citations and responses to OSHA and environmental compliance issues.
  • Develop and implement sampling and monitoring plans which may include installing, operating and maintaining equipment which monitor air, land, and/or water pollution levels.
  • Work with Maintenance, Engineering and any other related department on equipment guarding, design, installation and compliance.
  • Prepares and submits to the relevant regulatory agencies permit applications to obtain operating permits for new installations and modifications to existing permits.
  • Evaluate current and proposed codes, standards, regulations and guidelines to determine the impact on current and future programs and activities.


  • Bachelor’s Degree, preferred in Science field, plus 2+ years related experience and/or training in related functions; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
  • Ability to work in partnership with managers to lead, provide direction, coach, mentor and problem solve.
  • Extensive knowledge of OSHA, DOT and EPA regulations
  • Must be willing to spend a considerable amount of time in the field identifying potential issues through frequent observation and seeking individual input at the work area to verify root cause.
  • May require traveling up to 50% of the time.
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