Job Title :
Management Coordinator – Florence, KY
Schwan's Global Supply Chain, Inc.
Position Type :
Full Time - Regular
Exempt/Non Exempt :
Global Supply Chain, Inc. (Schwan’s), a subsidiary of The Schwan Food
Company, is expanding our Plant Administration department. If you’re a
professional with interests in development, implementation, evaluation
and maintenance of the Process Safety Management (PSM) program and
related programs intended to reduce or eliminate industrial accidents
and hazards associated with highly hazardous materials or covered
processes. Additional responsibilities include coordination,
implementation and maintenance of environmental compliance programs and
initiatives to ensure compliance with all applicable regulations and/or
company standards, as well as monitoring of fire protection systems to
ensure systems are maintained and operated in accordance with design
criteria and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards,
take a look at career opportunities at Schwan’s.
At Schwan’s, you’ll
get a competitive pay and benefits package. If you’re interested in
joining a global, privately owned company on the move, this is your
opportunity. To find out more and to apply for these opportunities at
Schwan’s, visit our website at: www.schwansjobs.com.
- Coordinate process safety
management program for 24/7 operations.
- Coordinate and manage
documentation, compliance initiatives and reporting requirements
to EPA, OSHA, KDHE and local authorities.
- Coordinate, manage and/or
perform tasks necessary to ensure all PSM program elements meet or
exceed applicable regulations.
- Coordinates and manage
Risk Management Program (RMP) requirements and compliance
initiatives to meet or exceed applicable requirements.
- Perform incident
investigations to determine cause and possible changes to reduce
the potential for reoccurrence or failure of a covered process.
- Performs Process Safety
Analysis (PSA) and Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) as required to
effectively manage covered processes in compliance with all
applicable regulations, including, but not limited to creating and
maintaining all required documentation.
- Perform Management of
Change (MOC) analysis as required to effectively manage in changes
to a covered processes, including, but not limited to creating and
maintaining all required documentation.
- Inspects all company
facilities for potential hazards to reduce the potential of loss,
to further define hazards, recommend improvements, and monitor
compliance initiatives and recommendations.
- Formulates and
communicates general safety practices to be followed by company
personnel to ensure all covered processes comply with applicable
regulations and/or standards.
- Acts as consultant to
other departments regarding the design and use of equipment and/or
processes to reduce the potential for loss or risk exposure.
- Inspect and monitor all
fire protection systems to ensure compliance with NFPA
requirements, company standards and insurance carrier
recommendations to ensure fire protection systems perform as
- Co-develops training programs
with the Safety Trainer to enhance existing programs or to develop
new programs to further reduce the potential for loss.
- Consults with outside
agencies in establishing and maintaining PSM and/or environmental
- Monitors, updates and
distributes changes to the Emergency Action Plan (EAP) and assists
- Coordinates and manages
hazardous materials response team (A-Team) training, documentation
and facilitates coordination with local, state and national
response teams as directed.
- Monitors changes to a
covered process or change in internal processes to ensure
compliance with all applicable regulations.
- Provides timely reports
to management and/or regulatory agencies as directed.
- Performs other duties and
tasks as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent.
related experience: Five to seven years related experience.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Computer experience, preferable in Microsoft Word, Excel and/or Access.
Able to both work independently and well with others. Working knowledge
of USDA, EPA, OSHA, and other State or Federal program requirements.
Work experience or education in Occupational Safety and Health,
Industrial Hygiene, and/or Industrial Safety and Health. Must be
willing to obtain training in safety, PSM and environmental regulations
and related programs. Prefer knowledge of plant operations and
Let us tell you about The Schwan Food
Company. We are the largest, branded frozen-food company in the United
States. Schwan's® offers home delivery to customers throughout the 48
contiguous United States as well as operating with a large presence in
the foodservice channel and high visibility in the retail frozen food
aisle. The company has 19 brands including Tony's®, Red Baron®,
Freschetta®, Edwards®, Mrs. Smith's and the Schwan's® brand.
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equal opportunity employer.
It is the policy of The Schwan Food Company to recruit, hire,
assign, discipline and promote employees regardless of race, color, creed,
national origin, gender, religion or other categories protected by federal,
state, or local laws. It is also Schwan policy to employ and advance in
employment individuals qualified as disabled under applicable statutes who,
with or without reasonable accommodation, can perform the essential
functions of a job.
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and affirmative action responsibilities.
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