$110,000 - $130,000
713 589 5256
about 2 months ago
Unleash Your Safety Expertise in the Heart of Texas' Heavy Civil Sector!
Are you a Safety Educator who thrives on tackling the toughest challenges and making a tangible impact? Do you possess a passion for ensuring the well-being of teams and communities alike? Look no further! We are on the hunt for a seasoned Safety Educator to join the ranks in the vibrant realm of heavy-civil construction right here in Texas.
About the Company and People:
Not just a construction company – a force of nature in the industry. Projects span North America, and our reputation for excellence precedes us. As one of the nation's Top 400 civil contractors, we specialize in groundbreaking initiatives: dam construction, tunneling, power transmission, marine undertakings, pipelines, and more. Our team members are the driving force behind our triumphs, and we attract the best because we aim for the best. With competitive perks, a dynamic work environment, and a culture that thrives on challenge, we offer you a gateway to a fulfilling career.
What your Role is:
As our Safety Educator, you will play a pivotal role in safeguarding the lives of our teams and communities while setting new benchmarks for excellence. Here's what you'll be doing:
Lead the implementation, enforcement, and enhancement of our safety policies and processes.
Be the embodiment of safe practices on our jobsites, ensuring a visible and impactful presence.
Craft and review Safety Plans, Accident Prevention Plans, and Job Hazard Analyses.
Champion and coordinate drug screening requirements for our ambitious construction projects.
Develop, coordinate, and deliver targeted safety training for our dedicated field employees.
Spearhead the acquisition, distribution, and proper utilization of safety equipment (PPE) for our field crews.
Innovate and implement safety forms and policies for our field teams' use.
Maintain regular distribution of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) to our field heroes.
Collaborate in accident investigations and reporting, lending your expertise when needed.
Foster open communication and daily interaction with our field teams, always exuding professionalism and respect.
Cultivate relationships with our clients, emphasizing outstanding customer service.
Engage in thorough site safety inspections and coordinate corrective actions with all involved contractors.
Monitor, analyze, and share insights on trends, issues, and opportunities to reduce losses and incident costs.
Participate in critical pre-construction and contractor status meetings.
What skills you will need:
A Bachelor's degree in Safety Engineering, Occupational Health and Safety, or a related construction field.
A minimum of 10 years' hands-on experience in heavy civil construction projects.
Willingness to travel and relocate to keep pace with our dynamic projects.
A sharp ability to comprehend and interpret written material, including intricate technical information and regulations.
Exceptional attention to detail and outstanding communication skills.
Physical capability to wear PPE, withstand physical demands of the role, and navigate challenging spaces.
A solid grasp of federal requirements for the construction industry, including OSHA regulations.
Completion of 10-hour OSHA training, with preference for additional safety-related credentials.
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
Familiarity with OSHA 1926 Construction Industry Regulations, with completion of 30-hour OSHA training preferred (training provided on the job).
A burning desire to make an impact, a commitment to safety, and a passion for elevating industry standards.
Join Us in Building the Extraordinary:
We offer you an opportunity to be part of the unparalleled, to shape the future of heavy-civil construction, and to make your mark where it matters most. When you join us, you're embracing a culture of excellence, innovation, and dedication. Our Texas projects await your expertise – take the leap and ignite your safety legacy with us!
Apply today to step into a world of boundless possibilities and unmatched impact.
Note: This position is based in Texas with travel and relocation required.