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Sorensen Gross Construction Services (SGCS) provides the highest quality of construction services to clients throughout the United States. SGCS has various professional services including: pre-construction services, construction management and consulting, on-site construction supervision, project quality control, technical support, site safety compliance and complete post-construction services. For a complete detailed description of our organization please visit: www.sgcs.net.
As a key member of the Owner's Professional Services Team, the Construction Safety Manager provides Safety and Health oversight on all phases of facility construction including new construction, facility modifications, and equipment installations being performed by owner's contractors and subcontractors. The Safety Manager ensures the understanding, appreciation, and adherence to safe operating practices throughout the workplace by all project participants through audits of the contractor's site operations for compliance to the Owner's Construction Safety process. Additionally the Safety Manager monitors the contractors Safety and Health compliance with the applicable State Construction Safety and Health Standards.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Review contractor Job-Site Safety Plans, Pre-Task Safety Work Plans, and safe work practices.
Monitor contractor compliance with the Owner's Construction Safety Program requirements, Owner's guidelines, and plant safety requirements.
Assure contractor implementation of Job-Site Safety Orientations, drug testing and safety training requirements.
Perform and document daily and weekly site Safety inspections.
Perform daily observations and complete a daily report
Participate in a weekly safety walk with Owner, contractors and subcontractors.
Be the liaison with Plant Safety representative(s) and Contractor Safety representatives.
Assure contractor investigation, tracking, and incident report preparation for Safety and Near Miss incidents; assure follow-up as required by the Owner and governing agencies.
Develop, update, and track various safety related reports.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE/ SKILL REQUIREMENTS
OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course
Five (5) years of experience in Construction Management
Three (3) years of experience in Automotive/ Industrial Construction
Degree or other certification in Safety and Health is a plus.
Good written and verbal communication skills
Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $75,000.00 - $95,000.00 per year
Paid time off
10 hour shift
8 hour shift