Posted in Other 10 days ago.
Location: Arlington, Virginia
What you will do
Under the direction of the site Project Manager and Regional Safety Manager, applies JCFS Safety programs, US Army Corps of Engineers Safety & Health Requirements, as well as state and federal laws for the inspection of equipment and working conditions and prevent accidents, fires and related hazardous events.
Location: Position will primarily support the Fort McNair and Fort Myer military sites. (Military experience not required)
Benefits: Eligible for benefits on first day of employment
Pay Range: $75,000 - $90,000 (based on experience)
Vacation: 3 weeks of paid vacation per calendar year
How you will do it
1. Responsible for the implementation of the Site/Task Specific Safety Program at location, including the creation of each task order required Site Specific Accident Prevention Plans (APP) & Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA).
2. Oversees and can authorize the procurement of project safety supplies and equipment, and is responsible for the implementation of the site safety training of JCI direct employees and subcontractor safety training.
3. Designated on-site competent person and Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO), as defined by The Army Corps of Engineers EM 385-1-1
4. Responsible to enforce the safety directives per JCFS Safety Program, site-specific APPs and EM 385-1-1.
5. Conducts daily safety and health inspections; Conduct mishap investigations and complete required reports; Maintains the OSHA Form 300; Maintain a safety and health deficiency tracking system that monitors outstanding deficiencies until resolution; Ensure sub-contractor compliance with safety and health requirements.
6. Travel between the various sites within region may be required, additional travel for startup, training, etc. as needed.
7. Performs other related duties as required.
8. Owns/Accountable for Safety Execution within the assigned project location
What we look for
1. Five or more years of continuous experience in construction and/or maintenance safety inspection and administration.
2. Proficiency with Microsoft office software
3. The ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret security clearance required. (This involves a background/character, criminal history, employment, and credit check.)
1. Bachelor's Degree in Occupational Safety and Health, Industrial Hygiene or related field, or equivalent experience.
2. 30-hr OSHA Construction Safety Class certification within the past 5 years and demonstrated continuing Safety training thereafter (8 hours per year)
3. Experience working with The Army Corps of Engineers EM 385-1-1 safety standards
4. Fall protection and/or scaffolding certifications
5. OSHA 500 or 501 Train-the-trainer certifications
6. Experience working with HVAC and/or refrigeration maintenance safety
Who we are
As a trusted partner to the federal government for more than 100 years, Johnson Controls Federal Systems (JCFS) manufactures products, provides solutions, and installs and maintains building technologies at more than 750 federal sites and military installations worldwide. The JCFS team is passionate about designing, constructing, and maintaining energy, water, and utility savings projects at various federal and military sites around the world.
If you'd like to learn more about who we are, what we do, and the systems and products we work with please check out our "take a journey" video on Youtube to learn more. (Around 7 minutes long)
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Division: JCFS (Johnson Controls Federal Systems)