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JOB TITLE:
Project Manager
JOB TYPE:

JOB SKILLS:
JOB LOCATION:
Holdrege Nebraska / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION :
CorTech is a service-oriented staffing/recruiting company dedicated to working closely with our clients. We are currently hiring for a Project Manager in Holdrege, NE.

Pay Rate $60 Hr.
Flexible and willing to work Mon - Fri 8AM - 5PM w/ OT and weekends as needed.

Minimum Experience:
- Minimum of 10 years of relevant safety experience on large capital construction projects inside of a manufacturing plant, or acceptable combination of education and construction experience.

Required:
- Degree in Engineering or Safety, Health and Environmental or similar fields. •
- Have construction specific safety credential (s). At a minimum must possess the OSHA 30 hour for Construction (CFR1926} and OSHA 510 certificate or a higher credential.
- Misc. Other safety training credentials related to construction to be evaluated on a case by case basis. Example: Europe's C.S.C.S.
- [Construction Skills Certification Scheme] credentialing.

The Safety Officer shall provide to BD all environmental, health and safety services in accordance with applicable state, county, federal and local codes and regulations and all applicable industry standard practices and protocols. Such services shall be provided in a manner to support the construction of the project performed by the General Contractor. The Safety Officer will be responsible for the monitoring and reporting the safety aspects for all Phases of the project.

Essential functions include but are not limited to:

• Review and comment on General Contractor’s written, project-specific safety plan. Ensure that the General Contractor’s plan incorporates BD’s site-specific safety requirements.
• Assist the General Contractor to develop, initiate, maintain, supervise and enforce all environmental, health and safety precautions and programs.
• Develop, with BD and the General Contractor’s safety representative, a site logistics and phasing plan relevant to safety including, but not limited to, temporary wall partitions, required construction signage, muster areas and emergency procedures.
• Obtain & review for acceptance, a copy of the General Contractor’s Health & Safety Program, Hazard Communication Program, & OSHA 300 Logs (maintain updated logs).
• Monitor any and all subcontractors engaged by the General Contractor for safety compliance
• Obtain copies of required training verification including, but not limited to, competent person(s) qualifications for current and anticipated work. Examples include: fall protection, trenching/excavations, confined spaces, forklifts, personnel lifts, cranes, rigging. Additional documents would also include OSHA 30 hour construction (5 years or less since issue date), fit test and medical clearances.
• Obtain & review Hazcom program and SDS(s) of all hazardous materials being brought on site from the prime and any sub-contractors.
• Administer, coordinate and execute all project directives given by BD EH&S throughout the project by collaboration with the contractor’s safety lead or representative.
• Ensure that all project staff and trade contractors comply with BD’s safety procedures and work in accordance with the approved project- specific safety plan.
• Ensure all required safety related documentation is maintained and available on the project site including, but not limited to, safety orientation training, JHA’s, MSDS’s, pre-task assessments, tool-box talks.
• Participate in daily pre-shift coordination meetings to include review of the day’s activities and associated hazards.
• Review and comment on all General Contractor’s Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) reports, with all building trades and ensure proper signatures are obtained prior to commencement of work.
• Conduct daily site inspections focusing on work site orderliness and compliance to all safety procedures and protocols. Correction of safety deviations will be discussed with the General Contractor’s Safety Manager and corrective action will be implemented immediately.
• Issue daily site observation reports for each site inspection.
• Conduct documented audits on a weekly basis with General Contractor Safety Representative and safety representatives from all building trades performing work.
• On a monthly basis issue as safety report including total hours worked and safety metrics including JHAs, Work Permits (Hot Work, Impairments, etc), Near Miss Reports, TRIR, etc.
• Conduct accident investigations. Participate in factfinding, root-cause analysis and resolution on incident investigations and sharing of lessons learned.
• Evaluate construction areas to identify and eliminate physical or environmental hazards.
• Participate Weekly toolbox meetings
• Participate in General Contractor’s and subcontractors’ safety training. Submit weekly activity report(s)

Position Details

May 21, 2021
S16204860686892889
Nebraska / United States
Holdrege
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In Dallas Fort Worth
Aug 19, 2017 9am-6pm
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CorTech is a service-oriented staffing/recruiting company dedicated to working closely with our clients. We are currently hiring for a Project Manager in Holdrege, NE.

Pay Rate $60 Hr.
Flexible and willing to work Mon - Fri 8AM - 5PM w/ OT and weekends as needed.

Minimum Experience:
- Minimum of 10 years of relevant safety experience on large capital construction projects inside of a manufacturing plant, or acceptable combination of education and construction experience.

Required:
- Degree in Engineering or Safety, Health and Environmental or similar fields. •
- Have construction specific safety credential (s). At a minimum must possess the OSHA 30 hour for Construction (CFR1926} and OSHA 510 certificate or a higher credential.
- Misc. Other safety training credentials related to construction to be evaluated on a case by case basis. Example: Europe's C.S.C.S.
- [Construction Skills Certification Scheme] credentialing.

The Safety Officer shall provide to BD all environmental, health and safety services in accordance with applicable state, county, federal and local codes and regulations and all applicable industry standard practices and protocols. Such services shall be provided in a manner to support the construction of the project performed by the General Contractor. The Safety Officer will be responsible for the monitoring and reporting the safety aspects for all Phases of the project.

Essential functions include but are not limited to:

• Review and comment on General Contractor’s written, project-specific safety plan. Ensure that the General Contractor’s plan incorporates BD’s site-specific safety requirements.
• Assist the General Contractor to develop, initiate, maintain, supervise and enforce all environmental, health and safety precautions and programs.
• Develop, with BD and the General Contractor’s safety representative, a site logistics and phasing plan relevant to safety including, but not limited to, temporary wall partitions, required construction signage, muster areas and emergency procedures.
• Obtain & review for acceptance, a copy of the General Contractor’s Health & Safety Program, Hazard Communication Program, & OSHA 300 Logs (maintain updated logs).
• Monitor any and all subcontractors engaged by the General Contractor for safety compliance
• Obtain copies of required training verification including, but not limited to, competent person(s) qualifications for current and anticipated work. Examples include: fall protection, trenching/excavations, confined spaces, forklifts, personnel lifts, cranes, rigging. Additional documents would also include OSHA 30 hour construction (5 years or less since issue date), fit test and medical clearances.
• Obtain & review Hazcom program and SDS(s) of all hazardous materials being brought on site from the prime and any sub-contractors.
• Administer, coordinate and execute all project directives given by BD EH&S throughout the project by collaboration with the contractor’s safety lead or representative.
• Ensure that all project staff and trade contractors comply with BD’s safety procedures and work in accordance with the approved project- specific safety plan.
• Ensure all required safety related documentation is maintained and available on the project site including, but not limited to, safety orientation training, JHA’s, MSDS’s, pre-task assessments, tool-box talks.
• Participate in daily pre-shift coordination meetings to include review of the day’s activities and associated hazards.
• Review and comment on all General Contractor’s Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) reports, with all building trades and ensure proper signatures are obtained prior to commencement of work.
• Conduct daily site inspections focusing on work site orderliness and compliance to all safety procedures and protocols. Correction of safety deviations will be discussed with the General Contractor’s Safety Manager and corrective action will be implemented immediately.
• Issue daily site observation reports for each site inspection.
• Conduct documented audits on a weekly basis with General Contractor Safety Representative and safety representatives from all building trades performing work.
• On a monthly basis issue as safety report including total hours worked and safety metrics including JHAs, Work Permits (Hot Work, Impairments, etc), Near Miss Reports, TRIR, etc.
• Conduct accident investigations. Participate in factfinding, root-cause analysis and resolution on incident investigations and sharing of lessons learned.
• Evaluate construction areas to identify and eliminate physical or environmental hazards.
• Participate Weekly toolbox meetings
• Participate in General Contractor’s and subcontractors’ safety training. Submit weekly activity report(s)