North America Regional Safety & Compliance Specialist
Why Valvoline Global Operations?
We’ve been inspiring and enabling what moves the world forward for more than 150 years, starting with the invention of the world’s first branded motor oil. Today, we’re a leading worldwide marketer and supplier of premium branded lubricants, automotive and industrial chemistries, and a business solutions provider to our customers and partners, driven every day by a people-centered focus on innovation and customer excellence.
We’re proud to be The Original-the first to see potential in things others overlook. Originals are the first to develop sustainable solutions. Originals move the world forward. At Valvoline Global Operations, that’s what we do every day in over 140 countries worldwide. We create future-ready products that improve the performance of automotive and industrial equipment and services that help our businesses grow and thrive. As The Original, we’ve been innovating to solve problems for over 150 years. And we’ll continue to invent and reinvent the way forward, to always meet our customers’ needs - today and in the future.
Living out our values is what makes our company, our employees, our partners, our customers, and the communities we serve, great. It is our responsibility. It is what drives us. It is who we are.
We’re looking for people who care, operate with integrity, strive for excellence in everything they do, are eager to develop new skills to win, and show passion for delivering on our commitment to all our stakeholders. We are looking for Hungry, Humble, and Smart individuals. If this is you, you’ve come to the right place, and we invite you to join The Original!
*This role will be on-site at our Deer Park, TX, location. This role offers relocation assistance for non-local candidates.
Careers for the Driven
Valvoline has a rewarding opportunity as an North America Regional Safety & Compliance Specialist. We whole-heartedly adopt a ‘never idle' mindset. We also know that outstanding service begins and ends with our employees. So, we’re looking for good people to join our team. You bring your skills, talents, and drive. We will give you a great place to work, a competitive salary and benefits, and the resources and support to develop and advance within our global company.
How You’ll Make an Impact
This position will provide leadership, professional knowledge and technical expertise in the administration and support of regulatory compliance, permitting, policy and program development, and training to multiple supply chain facilities. Specific emphasis will be placed on developing and driving programs that continuously improve employee safety performance in the regions to world class standards; guiding company wide EHS-related objectives and supporting execution of EHS-related initiatives; and, developing and implementing regional and local EHS management systems and maintenance of applicable certifications of such systems (e.g., RC14001, ISO45001, ANSI Z10, etc.) within the assigned region. In the role, you would be responsible for:
- Guiding and providing support to covered facilities in management system execution, auditing, local process development/updates, and training topics.
- Participating in the development of global EHS targets and objectives.
- Partnering with facility managers to establish and execute annual EHS targets and objectives.
- Facilitating processes such as high risk programs, MOC, and Self Assessments at covered facilities.
- Leading and conducting detailed hazard assessments for a variety of initiatives. Identify and recommend appropriate risk control measures.
- Leading and assisting sites in conducting effective root cause analyses for incidents and trends.
- Partnering with EHS team members to review, update or develop assigned EHS related global programs and processes.
- Reviewing and maintaining covered facility sustainability and environmental permits/processes.
- Tracking/analyzing local regulatory changes and providing local direction on compliance issues.
What You’ll Need
- Four year degree in safety, science or engineering
- Minimum of five years in EHS, preferably with multi-site and some management experience
- Solid understanding of risk assessment and control methodologies
- Basic knowledge of formal auditing practices
- Basic knowledge of RCRA, SWPP, and SPCC requirements
- Working knowledge of comprehensive EHS management systems such as RC14001, ISO45001, or ANSI Z10
- Must be authorized to work in the U.S.
What Will Set You Apart
- CSP, CIH, CHMM or OHST license/certification
- NFPA knowledge
Benefits That Drive Themselves
- Health insurance plans (medical, dental, vision)
- HSA and flexible spending accounts
- Incentive opportunity*
- Life insurance
- Short and long-term disability insurance
- Paid vacation and holidays*
- Employee Assistance Program
- Employee discounts
- Tuition reimbursement*
- Adoption assistance*
*Terms and conditions apply, and benefits may differ depending on position.
Valvoline provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. Are you good at what you do? Join us.
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