Country: United States
Regional Safety Specialist
Full Time Position
Primary Office in Houston, TX. Will identify upon hire
75% of the work day will require field work and travel within the south Texas area. Occasional travel requiring overnight stays
The job requires a self-starter, that can work alone and be productive with minimal direct oversight
Computer skills desired. Word, excel, and network fleet GPS tracking
The job requires the capability of developing safety reports, updating spreadsheets
Coordinator will communicate and report directly to the Texas Regional Safety manager
Must maintain a clean driving record
Pay raise will be discussed at offer letter
Primary role of conducting field safety inspections, project safety audits, training project employees in various safety and OSHA related topics related. Launching the safety program that will include:
Teaching driving techniques
Reviewing monitoring cameras
Monitoring the GPS program and identifying at risk drivers
Conducting safety talks
The job requires work schedule flexibility to work night shifts, and occasional weekend shifts
Must be able to communicate well with others and win their trust.
Job applications will close on August 25.Selected candidate will begin new role in September.
1302 page view(s)
Thinking about applying for this position?
Please make sure that you meet the minimum requirements indicated for the job before you apply (see user agreement). If you are qualified, then use either the email link (near top of post) or the application link (near bottom of post) to apply, whichever is provided.
© Copyright - Roadtechs®, LLC. All rights reserved. No reproduction of any part of this website may be sold or
distributed for commercial gain nor shall it be modified or incorporated in any other work, publication, or website.
Use of this site implies compliance with the Roadtechs User Agreement.