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HSE Manager


Job Category: [Uncategorized]
Posted on: 05/29/2024 by Urenco USA
Job reference #: 400

Location
Eunice, New Mexico US-Region IV (West)
Zip/Postal Code: 88231

Compensation
$145308.00 Wage
Unspecified Per Diem
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Duration

Expiration Date 08/19/2024

Job description
Join us at Urenco USA (UUSA), where we're leading the way in nuclear energy innovation. Our state-of-the-art facility located in Eunice, NM, is the sole uranium enrichment site in North America. We are actively looking for individuals who are ready to work collaboratively on-site in Eunice, NM, and we're pleased to offer relocation support to help make this opportunity accessible to talented individuals like you. Come be a part of the future of clean energy.



Summary of Responsibilities



Directs the safety activities that ensure the project teams maintain compliance with appropriate rules, regulations and codes, including activities associated with nuclear safety, radiation safety, chemical safety, industrial safety and emergency preparedness. Works with the Site Safety Manager and the Compliance manager to ensure consistent interpretations of appropriate requirements. Has the authority to shut down project operations if they appear to be unsafe, and must consult with the site compliance team with respect to restart of shutdown operations after the deficiency, or unsatisfactory condition, has been resolved.

Has a strong dotted line report to the Head of Strategic Projects to ensure the successful delivery of safety performance across the portfolio of projects being delivered by the group.






Education and Experience



The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor?s degree from an accredited University in a engineering or scientific discipline and at least 10 years of related experience in industrial and construction safety.



The following skills are preferred:


            
  • Must be knowledgeable of changes in the relevant regulatory environment.
            
  • Must be able to apply sound judgement and professional rigor in the performance of all analysis ant tasks.
            
  • Must have strong interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills.
            
  • Demonstrated ability to work with personnel at all levels within an organization, with emphasis on leadership, team building, and meeting organizational objectives.
            
  • Self-motivated and driven to manage and complete projects/assignments under short time constraints with little or no supervision.
            
  • Ability to work independently.
            
  • Familiar with Documentum, and SAP.
            
  • Attention to detail essentials with aptitude for strong demonstration of correct grammar.
            
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced team-oriented group environment.
            
  • Strong organizational skills.

Job Details

            
  • The work location for this position is Urenco USA, Eunice, NM.
            
  • Work Schedule: Professional work schedule/ with minimal night/ weekend support. Some nights and weekend work may be required. Employees are also subject to call-outs as needed.
            
  • Travel Required: 25% of the time or less as required.
            
  • Security Clearance Requirement: Controlled Access Area (CAA) Access and an L or Q level security clearance is required.
            
  • Work Environment: Radiological exposure expectations of < 100 mrem/yr. General Office, Plant Production Areas. This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets etc.



Primary Functions

            
  • Develop all URENCO USA construction Safety Programs to ensure compliance with Licensing Basis Documents and Federal and State regulatory requirements as well as applicable permits. (All references to safety mean chemical safety, radiation safety and industrial safety.)Support audits, surveillances, inspections, and assessments by quality assurance and external regulating organizations.
            
  • Develop, maintain and manage the construction safety program necessary to meet requirements of corporate policies and to maintain compliance with all federal, state, county or local health and safety regulations. Analyze unsafe conditions and assist in developing corrective action plans.
            
  • Effectively manage and lead the Strategic Projects HSE department by appropriately delegating tasks and ensuring follow-through, monitoring employee performance and taking corrective action when necessary, and fostering an environment of teamwork and cooperation.
            
  • Perform independent reviews of Group Project activities to ensure consistent interpretation of all safety activities and compliance with all appropriate rules, regulations and codes as well as preparing reports and taking necessary steps to ensure any potential problems are rectified.
            
  • Manage an accurate filing system for safety and emergency preparedness records and reports for Group Projects.
            
  • Manage and direct the work of professionals who have direct responsibility for ensuring Group Projects compliance with safety.
            
  • Support facility and operations change control reviews.
            
  • Arrange, coordinate, supervise and may present all Federal and State required safety training related to construction and activities undertaken by Group Projects.
            
  • Assist executive management and site based compliance teams with reporting of non-compliance events to federal, state, county or local regulatory agencies.
            
  • Establish and maintain working relationships with external safety professionals to ensure best practices are implemented.
            
  • Support the site Safety Review Committee.
            
  • Establish and maintain working relationships with off-site emergency support agencies, including local, state and federal government authorities.
            
  • Ensure the safety and construction programs incorporate industry best practices.
            
  • Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs.



The duties and responsibilities listed above do not reflect the position description in full and in complete detail.



Benefits

 

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*Please note that we continually evaluate our plans and make adjustments as necessary to meet market and business requirements.



Compensation starting at: $ 145308 - $ 181635 / year and up dependent on candidate.



Urenco USA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. Urenco USA encourages minorities, females, veterans and persons with disabilities to apply. Urenco USA supports a drug free environment.



If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application, interview process, and/or to perform essential job functions, please contact UUSA HR at HRUUSA@urenco.com.



Urenco USA | A trusted leader in meeting the world?s demand for sustainable energy.




Urenco USA (UUSA) is part of an international company that operates on the cutting-edge of the nuclear energy industry, utilizing the world?s most advanced, energy-efficient, and cost-effective method to enrich uranium. As the only enrichment facility in North America, UUSA helps provide clean, sustainable energy while operating under a framework of high environmental, social responsibility, and corporate governance standards. Our world-class facility is located in the middle of the EnergyPlex. We strive to promote the production of nuclear energy to facilitate the transition to a low-carbon economy while remaining dedicated to safety and investing in community outreach.



If you are already an employee of Urenco USA and are interested in applying for another job within the company, please apply and upload a completed Internal Candidate Application form (HR-2-3000-15-F-2), and your resume to the 
internal career portal

 

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URENCO USA | Human Resources | HRUUSA@urenco.com
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