EH&S Engineer II-Location-TBD-L3 Army Fleet Support--Job
Army Fleet Support is an Equal Opportunity Employer JOB ANNOUNCEMENT FOR INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL APPLICANTSDate: 07 Dec 12Position: EH&S Engineer II Requisition # 043169Location: TBD – Fort Rucker, AlabamaSalary: Furnished to Qualified Applicants Qualified AFS employees will receive hiring considerationJob Duties/Responsibilities: See Attached Job DescriptionClosing Date: Open Until FilledTo apply, go to www.armyfleetsupport.com, career section.Recruiting & StaffingDISTRIBUTION:Bulletin Boards Army Fleet Support is an Equal Opportunity Employer
ARMY FLEET SUPPORT JOB DESCRIPTION EH&S ENGINEER II BASIC FUNCTION SUMMARYResponsible for administrating and implementing a sound and effective industrial, ground, and aviationsafety program, and a fully compliant environmental program at assigned location. Supervises andmonitors accident prevention, and compliance with operational policies, procedures, and statutory andregulatory requirements. Coordinates with managers, supervisors, and leads to ensure implementation andcompliance of safety activities throughout the site. Ensures the Safety and Environmental ManagementSystem is in compliance with ISO 9001/14001 standards. Demonstrates continuous effort to improveoperations, decrease cycle time and streamline work processes, and works cooperatively and jointly toprovide quality seamless customer service. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESImplements, coordinates, and manages all aspects of Safety, Health, and Environmental Programs atassigned airfield.Conducts meetings to ensure that personnel are well informed of changes in safety programs, policies, andprocedures.Monitors and ensures that Safety, Health and Environmental programs comply with Department of Defense(DOD), Department of the Army (DA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), NationalFire Protection Association (NFPA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Alabama Departmentof Environmental Management (ADEM) requirements.Identifies and develops the means necessary to reduce or eliminate occupational injuries, illnesses, deaths,and property damage.Conducts in-depth risk assessments to identify conditions which could result in accidents and/or injuriesand evaluates the potential extent of injuries resulting from accidents.Monitors Accident Prevention, Property Damage/Vehicle Accident Prevention, Off-the-Job AccidentPrevention, Accident Reporting, Fire Prevention and Protection, Hazard Communication, Industrial HealthSurveillance, Aviation Safety, Confined Space Entry, Hearing Conservation, Respiratory Protection,Radiological Safety, and Protective Clothing and Equipment programs.Monitors the techniques and proficiency levels of personnel engaged in handling weapons; ammunition orexplosives; petroleum, oil, and lubricants (POL); chemicals; hazardous and toxic materials; and lasers.Observes aviation maintenance operations, provides recommendations to correct unsafe procedures andpractices, and monitors the Safety of Flight (SOF) program.Manages the Operational Hazard Report (OHR) program and monitors the Foreign Object Damage (FOD)prevention program.Ensures day-to-day housekeeping, care of equipment, and routine inspections are conducted.
Conducts or directs site surveys and facility inspections to identify potential hazardous conditions, and toensure facility and procedural compliance with applicable regulations. Recommends appropriate correctiveactions.Assists the Environmental Compliance Coordinator by inspecting and monitoring the control, handling anddisposal of hazardous waste and materials at assigned location. Ensures compliance with publishedpolicies and procedures.Assists the Industrial Hygienist by performing monitoring and sample collection at assigned location.Manages the Company’s safety awareness, suggestion, and award program at assigned field.Devises methods to evaluate safety program for compliance with ISO 9001/14001 standards, and federal,state, and military requirements.Establishes and maintains all required records applicable to the safety, health and environmentalcompliance of the overall maintenance program.Reports all deviations from established policies, procedures, federal or state requirements, and changescaused by the contractor or non-compliance with regulations .Conducts investigations into customer complaints relating to contractual deficiencies within Safety, Healthand Environmental programs, performs root cause analysis, and recommends corrective actions.Conducts or directs safety, health and environmental training.Maintains liaison with outside organizations, such as fire departments, Installation Safety Office,Environmental Office, Preventive Medicine Office, OSHA, and other government agencies to assureinformation exchange and mutual assistance.Maintains working relationship, and acts as a liaison, with Aircraft Center Logistics Command (ACLC)and the Airfield Commander on matters relating to safety and environmental compliance at assigned field.Ensures summaries, analyses, reports, and other data necessary to determine the safety and environmentalcompliance of the overall maintenance effort are submitted to the Aviation Safety Official.Evaluates technical and scientific publications concerned with safety management and participates inactivities of related professional organizations to update knowledge of safety, health and environmentalprogram developments.
QUALIFICATION STANDARDSThe incumbent shall be a graduate of the US Army Aviation Safety Officer Program, Naval and MarineAviation Safety Officer Course, or the US Air Force Chief of Safety Course and have experiencemanaging/administering an aviation safety program.The incumbent must be technically knowledgeable with respect to safety and environmental systems/plans,regulatory and statutory standards, and general production principles. The incumbent must have thoroughknowledge of the Army’s Accident Prevention and Risk Management Programs. He or she must havethorough knowledge of Department of Defense (DOD), Department of the Army (DA), OccupationalSafety and Health Administration (OSHA), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), andEnvironmental Protection Agency (EPA) requirements, and how they apply to the safety of the workforceand the environment. The incumbent must have a results-oriented commitment to the continuing evolutionof the safety program. This requires combining common sense, application of practical experience, and atechnical knowledge base in developing, implementing and leading the safety program in meetingcorporate strategic and day-to-day objectives.The incumbent must be able to communicate effectively with all levels of employees throughout theorganization. He or she must be able to develop and maintain strong working relationships with internaland external customers. The incumbent must be able to meet any Government/Companylicensing/qualification requirements for the position and obtain the level of Industrial Security Clearancerequired by the Government.The incumbent must have thorough knowledge of and the application of quality tools. Must beknowledgeable of problem solving techniques and have knowledge of ISO 9001/14001 ManagementSystems. The incumbent must have excellent prioritization skills and possess knowledge of safety systemsand regulations for the aviation industry. He or she must be computer literate and proficient in MicrosoftOffice. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONSPhysical Demands:This classification activity, while normally accomplished in an office environment, does have duties thatrequire the individual to work outside of the office environment. Typical physical demands or activitiesinclude climbing, standing, bending, stooping, pushing, kneeling, reaching and walking. May be requiredto lift objects whose weight normally will not exceed 50 pounds. Special vision abilities required toperform this job are close vision, peripheral vision, color vision, depth perception and the ability to adjustand focus.Work Environment:The work conditions are normally those of a standard office environment where there is little physicaldiscomfort. During the performance of duties outside the office environment, the diversity of workconditions may range from an environment where there is little or no physical discomfort, to anenvironment where inclement weather may subject individual to changes in temperature and weather. Maybe required to work in areas where high noise hazards prevail. May be exposed to fumes or airborneparticles. May be exposed to toxic or caustic chemicals. May be exposed to electrical shock hazards. Maybe exposed to radiation. May work near moving mechanical parts.