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Senior Safety Engineer

Senior Safety Engineer


Are you a?Safety Engineer open to opportunities in the South Bend area? Do you want to work alongside plant management and assist with the development of safety and environmental programs? If so, this position is for you!


Compensation: $75,000-95,000/year Depending on experience.


Top Reasons to Work with Us?



  • We are working with a top specialty manufacturer who provides to the automotive and industrial markets.

  • Diverse organization focused on teamwork to provide inspiring and innovative products to our customers.

  • Competitive salaries, benefits and opportunity for long-term stability and career growth.


What?s in it for YOU?



  • Opportunity to lead and contribute your ideas and knowledge in a clean, safe and quality driven environment.

  • Drive continuous improvement and customer satisfaction, while maintaining a sound work/life balance!

  • Opportunity to challenge your skills, expand your knowledge and lay the foundation for future growth within the organization!


What will you will be doing?



  • Our Senior Safety Engineer develops and implements Environmental, Health, and Safety programs for the operation.

  • Our Senior Safety Engineer fosters a STRONG environment of operational safety.

  • Our Senior Safety Engineer finalizes health and environmental testing.

  • Our Senior Safety Engineer will function as project manager and lead teams in identifying solutions for safety discrepancies.

  • Our Senior Safety Engineer leads facility in continuous improvement efforts within the EHS realm.


What you will need for this position?



  • Bachelor?s degree- Preferably in Engineering

  • 3+ years of experience

  • Continuous improvement knowledge.

  • Experience in coaching, training, and mentoring of employees.


What we?d like to see, BUT not a Showstopper:



  • Safety Certification


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