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thyssenkrupp AG (TK) is a leading global diversified technology and materials group based in Essen, Germany. It has 150,000 employees in over 80 countries developing ideas and innovations into solutions for sustainable progress. In fiscal year 2012/2013, the Group generated sales of over $50 billion.

The company comprises five business areas (BA): Steel Europe, Materials Services, Elevator Technologies, Components Technologies, and Industrial Solutions, which serve clients across the automotive, aerospace, industrial and chemical sectors.

In North America, thyssenkrupp Group companies offer a range of products and services, including premium carbon steel; high-performance alloys; automotive components and systems; elevators, escalators, moving walks and passenger boarding bridges; and material trading, logistical and industrial services. In fiscal year 2012/2013, thyssenkrupp companies in Canada, the United States and Mexico employed approximately 20,000 employees and recorded sales of over $10 billion.

Safety and Training Manager
thyssenkrupp Aerospace,
Location Auburn

thyssenkrupp Aerospace is a subsidiary of the internationally operating thyssenkrupp Group. We focus on supplying aerospace raw materials and finished parts logistics to the world’s leading aerospace companies and their supply chains. Operating from numerous service centers throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific enables us to aggregate demand across a single supply chain on behalf of the world’s leading OEM’s.

 

Your responsibilities

Summary of Position:
Work under the general guidance of the Corporate Safety Practitioner & Corporate Training Manager, reports directly to operational Plant Manager. The Safety-Training Manager acts as leader, educator, liaison and partner in pursuing excellence and value in the plants and/or office using the concepts of Continuous Improvement problem solving. The Safety-Training Manager must understand and communicate the issues and supporting data that impact the quality of Safety & Training, as well as the improvement tools necessary to support the desired culture.
Key Accountabilities:
Safety Management
• Implements, and coordinates safety program for the location, and monitors work processes, procedures to drive team performance toward departmental and organizational goals
• Facilitate training to operations/office personnel on safety processes and practices, new initiatives and injury and accident avoidance
• Administer and monitor Behavior Based Safety initiatives. Plays a key role in changing and fostering a corporate safety culture
• Facilitate two-way communication with leadership & employees, and other communication mediums regarding safety performance, incidents, and other related information
• Perform internal audits to identify non-compliance, hazardous conditions & unsafe behaviors; audit scope includes processes, facilities and equipment
• Manage improvement opportunities & non-compliance corrections through implementation
• Mentor operational management in safety process
• Perform accidents/incidents investigations and facilitates the development of root cause corrections
• Conduct hazard assessment, including identification of hazards and corrective action plans
• Facilitate safety committee meetings
Training Management
• Oversee all operational training and ensure requirements are satisfied.
• Provide leadership, coaching, formal & informal training in support of on-going initiatives
• Identifying training and development needs within an organization
• Make training plan monthly, quarterly, annually
• Partner with operational managers to identify specific training needs and works with Corporate Training Manager to design required training.
• Supervise the work of trainers

The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirement for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements.

Your profile

Qualifications:

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Demonstrated leadership and classroom facilitation skills
  • Strong presentation and public speaking skills
  • Good interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to interpret regulatory requirements (federal, state and provincial) and apply them to the workplace
  • Knowledge & experience to provide effective training on all appropriate safety related topics
  • Ability to travel infrequently
  • Excellent Computer skills – Power point, Excel, Word, Visio and Project
  • Identify unsafe behaviors and unsafe conditions in the workplace using regulatory requirements & best safety practices
  • Basic understanding of ergonomic principals, ability to perform ergonomic assessments and develop ergonomic improvements
  • Knowledge of Behavior Based Safety concepts and ability to illicit the involvement of Leaders & employees in correcting undesirable behaviors
  • Analytical aptitude necessary to conduct root cause analysis, develop and oversee implementation of appropriate corrective actions
  • Team building – ability to involve employees and the leadership team in the process

Preferred Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a safety related field & 3 Year experience in safety management
  • Formal training in regulatory requirements (OSHA 10-hour, OSHA 30-hours, etc.)
  • Prior experience in the management of organization training requirements
About thyssenkrupp
At thyssenkrupp we have more than 156,000 employees in nearly 80 countries and annual sales of €39 billion. We are active in automotive engineering, logistics, plant technology, steel production, elevator manufacturing and much more. We work in large and small businesses all around the world – but we always work together. We have over 200 years of experience in industry and the latest cutting-edge technology. We have a position that‘s right for you, that piques your interest, and that puts your skills to the test.

thyssenkrupp Aerospace is a subsidiary of the internationally operating thyssenkrupp Group. We focus on supplying aerospace raw materials and finished parts logistics to the world’s leading aerospace companies and their supply chains. Operating from numerous service centers throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific enables us to aggregate demand across a single supply chain on behalf of the world’s leading OEM’s.

 

Your responsibilities

Summary of Position:
Work under the general guidance of the Corporate Safety Practitioner & Corporate Training Manager, reports directly to operational Plant Manager. The Safety-Training Manager acts as leader, educator, liaison and partner in pursuing excellence and value in the plants and/or office using the concepts of Continuous Improvement problem solving. The Safety-Training Manager must understand and communicate the issues and supporting data that impact the quality of Safety & Training, as well as the improvement tools necessary to support the desired culture.
Key Accountabilities:
Safety Management
• Implements, and coordinates safety program for the location, and monitors work processes, procedures to drive team performance toward departmental and organizational goals
• Facilitate training to operations/office personnel on safety processes and practices, new initiatives and injury and accident avoidance
• Administer and monitor Behavior Based Safety initiatives. Plays a key role in changing and fostering a corporate safety culture
• Facilitate two-way communication with leadership & employees, and other communication mediums regarding safety performance, incidents, and other related information
• Perform internal audits to identify non-compliance, hazardous conditions & unsafe behaviors; audit scope includes processes, facilities and equipment
• Manage improvement opportunities & non-compliance corrections through implementation
• Mentor operational management in safety process
• Perform accidents/incidents investigations and facilitates the development of root cause corrections
• Conduct hazard assessment, including identification of hazards and corrective action plans
• Facilitate safety committee meetings
Training Management
• Oversee all operational training and ensure requirements are satisfied.
• Provide leadership, coaching, formal & informal training in support of on-going initiatives
• Identifying training and development needs within an organization
• Make training plan monthly, quarterly, annually
• Partner with operational managers to identify specific training needs and works with Corporate Training Manager to design required training.
• Supervise the work of trainers

The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirement for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements.

Your profile

Qualifications:

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Demonstrated leadership and classroom facilitation skills
  • Strong presentation and public speaking skills
  • Good interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to interpret regulatory requirements (federal, state and provincial) and apply them to the workplace
  • Knowledge & experience to provide effective training on all appropriate safety related topics
  • Ability to travel infrequently
  • Excellent Computer skills – Power point, Excel, Word, Visio and Project
  • Identify unsafe behaviors and unsafe conditions in the workplace using regulatory requirements & best safety practices
  • Basic understanding of ergonomic principals, ability to perform ergonomic assessments and develop ergonomic improvements
  • Knowledge of Behavior Based Safety concepts and ability to illicit the involvement of Leaders & employees in correcting undesirable behaviors
  • Analytical aptitude necessary to conduct root cause analysis, develop and oversee implementation of appropriate corrective actions
  • Team building – ability to involve employees and the leadership team in the process

Preferred Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a safety related field & 3 Year experience in safety management
  • Formal training in regulatory requirements (OSHA 10-hour, OSHA 30-hours, etc.)
  • Prior experience in the management of organization training requirements