CCI is currently seeking an experienced, technically proficient, Federal Market Construction Safety and Health Manager that can oversee the safe execution of construction projects ranging in size from $500K to $20M. This individual would have to be able to help develop, implement, and oversee the safety program and effectively work with the project execution team in ensuring work is done in accordance with approved safety plan while helping ensure schedule and budget compliance.
Candidates possessing Federal Construction Projects experience desired.
Responsible for safety management of the project.
Surveys construction projects to identify and evaluate physical conditions, safety practices, hazardous situations and compliance with established safety standards.
Reviews history of accidents and claims and prepares reports and recommendations as required.
Coordinates safety of the projects as a whole schedule, loss history, upcoming activities, etc. and provides stimulus for proactive loss control efforts.
Conduct accident investigations and provide recommendations for corrective/preventive action.
Conduct site specific safety orientation.
Assists in the development and implementation of standardized Safety Programs.
Interfaces with existing company safety professionals to direct and improve effectiveness of safety standards, codes and regulations.
Coordinates, develops and /or conducts weekly safety meeting.
Reviews subcontractor safety program to ensure compliance with projects safety standards.
Assures the proper level of training for subcontractors.
Assures the proper use of productive equipment.
Requirements / Training / Education
30-Hour OSHA Training;
EM 385-1-1 Training;
Five (5) years of continuous construction industry safety experience in supervising/managing general construction (managing safety programs or processes or conducting hazard analyses and developing controls), or
Five (5) years of continuous general industry safety experience in supervising/managing general industry (managing safety programs or processes or conducting hazard analyses and developing controls), or
If the SSHO has a Third-Party, Nationally Accredited (ANSI or National Commission for Certifying Agencies - NCCA) SOH-related certification, only 4 years of experience is needed.
Working knowledge of government, industry and other regulations (i.e. Army Corps of Engineers EM-385 and the 1910 and 1926 OSHA regulations).
Higher level training (Bachelors Degree in Safety OSHA 500, 501, CHST, CSP, etc) is desirable but not required.
Completion of Army Corps of Engineers Construction Quality Control Management for Contractors course strongly desired.
US Citizenship required. Ability to be able to gain security access and pass drug test required. Annual salary is dependent on experience and qualifications.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in construction and extraction occupations is projected to grow 4 percent from 2019 to 2029, about as fast as the average for all occupations, and gain about 296,300 new jobs. Overall growth in the economy and population will increase demand for new buildings, roads, and other structures, which will create new jobs in construction and extraction occupations.
According to BLS, the median annual wage for all construction and extraction occupations was $48,610 in May 2020, which was higher than the median annual wage for all occupations of $41,950.