Environmental Health & Safety Director in St. Augustine, FL at Carlisle Interconnect Technologies

Date Posted: 10/5/2019

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Carlisle Interconnect Technologies (CIT), a $1B division of Carlisle companies ($4.5B, NYSE), is an industry leader in comprehensive, high performance interconnect solutions for Aerospace, Military, Space, Test, Industrial and Medical Technologies.
CIT is seeking is seeking an Environmental, Health and Safety director to lead the division's global EH&S and Security function.
This new position, located in Saint Augustine, Florida, will be responsible for CIT's EH&S and security strategies, processes and performance, across the company's 14 manufacturing sites, offices and field-located personnel, located in the US, Mexico, China and Europe.
The director of EH&S will have functional leadership of the sites' EHS leaders and report directly to CIT's Global VP of Operations.

Primary Responsibilities:

* With the support of the Company's Senior Leadership Team, establish safety, environmental, sustainability and security policies and goals for the division.
* Ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws including maintenance of environmental permits, submission of required reports, maintenance of data, and support of sites in any enforcement actions.
* Develop and implement environment, health and safety programs to foster a Zero Harm culture and to drive continuous improvement in EH&S. Build upon existing EH&S processes and KPI's to manage and measure both the process and the results.
* Integrate EH&S programs and procedures with the Carlisle Operating System framework.
* Facilitate sharing of best practices and establishment of SOP's across the division. This includes working with external peer groups to benchmark and implement best practices.
* Build organizational EH&S capability by developing, conducting and managing educational/training programs and by fostering employee engagement.
* Provide direct support for and be the focal point of EH&S due diligence for new or ending leases, acquisitions and divestitures.
* Develop and deploy of security and crisis management programs across the division and provide guidance during any EH&S/Security emergency situations.
* Implement fiscally and socially responsible methods of reducing CIT's operational environmental footprint.
* Engage with division HR and legal to manage workers compensation cases.

"Any unsolicited resumes submitted directly to any CIT employee will be deemed a gift. Recruiter/Recruiting Agency forfeits their right to represent submitted candidate upon breach of Company policy."

Basic Qualifications:

* Expert knowledge of state and federal environmental, health, and safety requirements as well as ISO 14001.
* Bachelor's degree in engineering, occupational safety, industrial hygiene or environmental studies.
* Minimum of 10 years EH&S experience in a Fortune 500 industrial company with a minimum of 5 years in a EH&S leadership role.
* Exceptional communication and team-building skills and demonstrated ability to lead through influence at all levels inside and outside company
* Professional certification (Certified Safety Professional, Certified Industrial Hygienist, Certified Hazardous Materials Manager, or country equivalent)
* Ability to travel 50% of time including globally to all CIT locations.
* Permanent Resident or US Citizen

Additional Desired Qualifications:

* Multiple language skills, especially Spanish.
* Multi-plant and global experience.
* Familiarity with wire & cable manufacturing processes.
* Familiarity with Chinese and Mexican safety and environmental regulations.
* Experience with safety compliance, performance and training software platforms.


This position includes access or potential access to ITAR and/or EAR technical data. Therefore, candidates will need to qualify as a US Person which is defined as a US Citizen, or a Permanent Resident (Green Card Holder).
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