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Job Title: Corporate Environmental Health & Safety Manager

Our Company, Your Opportunity:

Plumrose USA is a company with an 80-year history of providing high quality, great tasting sliced meats, bacon, ham and ribs. Plumrose was recently acquired by JBS, the world’s leading provider of beef, chicken and pork, with a vision of building the company into a leader in Protein Centric Prepared Foods. This is a unique opportunity to be in a start-up environment, with the backing of a Global CPG Powerhouse. This is a role for someone who is looking for an entrepreneurial challenge in a company with aspirations to be leaders within the CPG world. The position will have both strategic and tactical elements. This is an opportunity for a person who wants to think Big, dream Big and work to make Big ideas a reality.

Our Mission:

To be THE BEST in all we do. We are completely focused on our business, ensuring the BEST products and services to our customers, a relationship of trust with our suppliers and profitability for our shareholders. All this, we do to provide an opportunity for a better future for all of our TEAM MEMBERS.


Determination, Simplicity, Availability, Humility, Sincerity, Discipline, Ownership

Scope of Position:

The Corporate Environmental Health and Safety Manager is responsible for assisting in regulatory compliance to safety and environmental requirements at 7 manufacturing locations and 2 distribution centers to include: permitting, program review, training, inspections, incident management and follow up, workers’ compensation oversight, recordkeeping, and documentation control. In addition, the position has responsibility for assisting in the development of annual site safety plans, environmental plans, KPI’s and development of the Business Unit safety culture.


  • Assist local leadership teams to ensure compliance to safety and environmental regulatory requirements as they relate to: permitting, program review, training, inspections, incident management and follow up, workers’ compensation oversight, recordkeeping and documentation control

  • Act as the technical expert for safety, environmental, training, health and ergonomics issues

  • Assist in completion and evaluation of plant safety audits and inspections of personnel to assure compliance with program requirements

  • Work with local leadership in staff development as it relates to safety and environmental program requirements

  • Facilitate functional group meetings and other specialized meetings as need dictates

  • Provide assistance in incident management including patient care and follow-up actions, investigation, tracking and trending details for EHS events

  • Assist in the development of annual and long-term capital plans

  • Work with functional engineering leads and site leadership to assure MOC process is utilized for all capital requests and other changes to assure safety and environmental concerns are addressed

  • Provide in-field EHS support for employees and provide hazard awareness directly to site employees when necessary

  • Work closely with utilities group to ensure compliance with OSHA process safety management (PSM) regulations as well as EPA risk management program (RMP) regulation (where applicable)

  • Participate in follow up for all government inspections dealing with Safety or Environmental agencies

  • Work with consultants to assure compliance with regulatory requirements and follow up

  • Assist in annual review and update of standardized programs and policies to include: LOTO, Confined Space, Electrical Safety, Work at Heights, Emergency Evacuation

  • Assist in development of robust PSM program

  • Onboard new EHS Managers and support staff

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. May perform other duties as assigned.

Skills and Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals to perform the essential functions.

  • Minimum 5 years’ safety experience, preferably within food processing industry

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Safety, Engineering, Business Administration or Physical Sciences; or an equivalent combination of related experience and education

  • CPR/First Aid Training

  • National Safety Council training

  • Confined Space Training

  • OSHA Training Courses

  • Program, planning and evaluation techniques

  • Statistical analysis skills

  • Strong written, verbal and computer skills are essential

  • Outstanding communication skills in order to lead and engage employees

  • A thorough understanding of lean manufacturing principles and leadership applications

Work Environment:

  • Food Manufacturing Operations environment


  • This position will require about 50% travel

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We offer a full range of benefits including health care, life insurance, and a 401 (K) plan.

Plumrose USA is an equal opportunity employer.