• MSHA Safety and Environmental Manager

    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(9/26/2018 6:43 PM)
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  • Overview

    The Role: MSHA Safety and Environmental Manager

    Location: Troutville, VA


    The Company

    Personiv is hiring on behalf of Titan America. Today, Titan America is a leading environmentally and socially progressive heavy building materials company located in the eastern United States. Titan America is part of the TITAN Group, an independent, multi-regional producer of cement and other related building materials. Our products include cement, aggregate, ready-mixed concrete and fly ash beneficiation. TITAN Group has a record of continuous growth since its establishment in 1902. It has expanded its production and distribution operations into 13 countries, employing more than 5,500 people. Our products protect human life and personal property, improve the quality of life, generate economic prosperity and connect society.

    The Role


    Titan America has an excellent opportunity for a MSHA Safety and Environmental Manager at our Troutville, VA facility. This exempt position will report functionally to the MSHA Safety Director and administratively to the Environmental & Safety Manager. The primary function of this position is to ensure compliance of all safety affairs as regulated through the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals & Energy (DMME), Virginia Department of Health (VDH), Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), and Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA).




    • Manage the environmental efforts for the Roanoke Cement facility in compliance activities by assigning responsibilities and ensuring task completion.
    • Interface as the company advocate for environmental issues with regulatory agencies.
    • Investigate and resolve compliance problems, questions, or complaints received from within the company, customers, government regulatory agencies and/or the public.
    • Audit environmental monitoring, reporting, and record retention.
    • Ensure compliance requirements are met through organizational and procedural measures.
    • Train company employees on relevant environmental issues and regulations, including related company policies.
    • Maintain a high level of knowledge of federal, state, and local environmental and land use laws and regulations.
    • Review and analyze current and proposed permits, laws, and regulations, effectively communicate impacts to management and work collaboratively with operations to provide a plan of action.
    • Effectively manage the training and development of skills, knowledge and abilities within the department.
    • Develop and implement environmental management plans for respective areas.
    • Assist management in implementing environmental improvement programs to promote increased environmental performance.
    • Development, implementation and monitoring of, but not limited to, the following training: new miner, newly hired experienced miner, task, annual refresher and hazard communication.
    • Development, implementation and monitoring of site inspections and corrective action programs. Must coordinate team efforts to solve problems and implement required actions. Must maintain appropriate administrative documentation for these program.
    • Conduct workmen’s compensation related accident investigations with safety team.
    • Provides direction and leadership to the company Safety Committee and ERT and facilitates communication between members and Management.
    • Manage appropriate statistical information regarding safety for the facility and for appropriate governmental agencies (MSHA, DMME).
    • Write policies that achieve governing agency compliance and are applicable to the operation.
    • Monitor facility substance abuse testing programs for both salaried and hourly personnel. Maintain appropriate records and provide reports as required.
    • Develops and maintains programs to maintain hygiene, noise, ventilation, etc. and recommends measures to help protect workers from potentially hazardous work methods, processes or materials.
    • Monitor compliance with Workers' Compensation Act and Regulations as well as ensuring proper and timely reporting of injuries and follow all claims to completion. Keep abreast of changes to all applicable health and safety laws and regulations and counsel management on the direction of future health and safety legislation. Manage the claims management program including the modified work program.




    • BS. degree in Environmental Engineering, Safety and Health or closely related fields is required.
    • 5-7 years in combination of experience with MSHA Safety and Environmental positions in heavy industrial installations, or related experience.
    • Experience and demonstrated ability managing environmental and safety programs.
    • Working knowledge of Federal, Provincial and Local Regulations.
    • DMME experience a plus.
    • Experience managing complex Title V permits, NSP/PSD permitting, MSHA, and working with multiple CEMS and associated DAHS.
    • Ability to independently develop, lead, and implement effective compliance strategies and management systems.
    • Ability to communicate with internal and external parties in a collaborative, positive manner, representing the Company’s interests.
    • Solid computer skills; must be capable of working with common business software (word processing, spreadsheets, emails, etc.) effectively.


    Titan America is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) / Affirmative Action employer and welcomes all qualified applicants.  Applicants will receive fair and impartial consideration without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic data, or other legally protected status.


    To Apply

    Interested candidates should apply at <direct link to iCIMS job opening>

    Please note: Applicants for employment in the U.S. must possess work authorization that does not require sponsorship for via now or in the future.


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