McVac Environmental

Health and Safety

Job Responsibilities

  • Responsible for project-specific safety requirements per client
  • Assists in administering McVac’s training and development programs to ensure compliance with all federal, state and local regulatory safety requirements
  • Assists in tracking and implementing various training, development and compliance initiatives and documentation within the company, utilizing ISNetworld as appropriate
  • Works closely with Safety, Compliance and Operations management to develop pertinent on-the-job or other “value-added” training including developing employee training appropriate to the needs of local business
  • Stays current on all safety and environmental regulations and researches as needed to assure compliance throughout organization
  • Works in collaboration with Human Resources department to implement McVac New Hire Orientation
  • Assisting with the preparation and maintaining of the Corporate Health and Safety Manual and all departmental procedures, including pertinent training program curricula
  • Responsible for conducting site safety inspections to audit conditions and safe work practices at job sites.
  • Responsible for conducting employee training (safety & compliance) at regional office locations


  • A Bachelors degree, preferably in environmental-related science or other related discipline or equivalent work experience
  • Experience in the utility industry
  • General understanding and working knowledge of environmental contracting business
  • Strong communication (both written and verbal), analytical and persuasive skills and ability to interact effectively with all levels of clients, employees and management
  • Must be multi-task oriented and have strong time management, organizational, and problem solving skills and to manage multiple departmental priorities and requirements
  • Ability to gather data, analyzes issues, generate alternative courses of action; research best practices and make recommendations to overcome organizational obstacles.
  • Strong working knowledge of OSHA 1910, 1915 and 1926 standards, and other applicable federal, state and local regulatory standards
  • Ability to work in excess of regularly scheduled hours when necessary.
  • Ability to travel overnight as required by business needs

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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