Chemical EHS Manager

East Saint Louis, United States of America

*$80,000-$100,000 Salary 

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K ($1 for $1 first 6% match and additional 3% yearly Profit sharing based upon company performance)

Are you interested in learning more about the Safety, Health and Environment in the world leading industrial coating resins company? We are looking for a detail-oriented and organized colleague who will provide leadership and guidance to ensure compliance to government regulations on safety, health and the environment as well as adherence to SHE policies and standards including all security procedures.


  • Provide leadership over all Safety, Health and Environment activities at the site
  • Follow-up of Site SHE Interaction Plans
  • Ensures strict compliance to government regulations and accepted practices on safety, health and environment
  • Understands risks profile of the site and suggests programs, actions, investments accordingly
  • Provides guidance and recommendations for manufacturing and transport regulatory compliance and strict adherence to SHE policies and standards
  • Provides full support to establish & maintain required certifications
  • Creates a culture focused on SHE and builds awareness throughout the site
  • Provides SHE trainings, participates and leads Process Safety Management (PSM) activities
  • Acts as primary site contact for emergency response plan including spills, fire and injuries
  • Maintains and develops occupational health program in collaboration with medical group
  • Participates or initiates Hazard Evaluation Lab analyses to define safe operation limits
  • Manage SHE Management System Certification

Required skills and experience

  • Minimum of 5-7 years of Safety, Health and Environment related experience in a chemical manufacturing environment
  • Experience in local and regional SHE related regulations, as well as in interaction with auditors and regulating officials
  • Demonstrated team & project leadership abilities (e.g. PHA, PSSR, audits & root cause)
  • Ability to continuously research and investigate, look for innovative ways
  • Good interpersonal, communication and listening skills
  • Effective decision making and problem solving skills
  • Effective strategic planning


  • Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering, Chemistry, Safety, Health, Environmental or other technical field (required)
  • Legal certificates to act as Site SHE Leader for Safety and Environmental preferred

We offer

We are proud to offer an international working experience with a tight-knit network of employees, making it easy to connect and learn from people all across our different functions. On top of that we are a truly innovative company with a strong team spirit, openness to new ideas, and great opportunities to grow and develop your career.

Chemical EHS Manager

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Chemical EHS Manager

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