Safety Engineer - MS170263
Duration 12 MonthsDescription Chipton-Ross is seeking a Safety Engineer for an opening in Stennis Space Center, MS. RESPONSIBILITIES:20% - Works with management, employees, & customers in applying occupational health, facility safety, system safety, ergonomics, and environmental disciplines. Activities are performed in accordance with organization & program standards & procedures.10% - Performs health and safety evaluations, investigations and methodologies for continual improvement and prevention of employee injuries/illnesses and hardware/process problems throughout the site.20% - Plans, develops, directs, and assesses programs to achieve and maintain a safe and healthy work environment, with emphasis on facility safety programs, system safety programs, industrial hygiene, and associated monitoring.20% - Evaluates the impact of emerging issues and regulations on company operations, conducts problem investigation and coordinates resolutions, evaluates engineering design, and performs safety analyses, ensuring appropriate selection of control measures and hazard mitigation.20% - Evaluates existing or emergent risk management control technologies and provides information, regulatory interpretation, and technical expertise to management and employees.5% - Works regularly with regulatory agencies, and other Client sites and external occupational safety professionals.5% - Requires daily interface the NASA-SSC and NASA-MSFC Safety and Mission Assurance Offices.
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:Excellent interpersonal skills (written & oral), with an ability to resolve conflict, flexibility & adaptability, problem solving & analytical skills. Excellent communication skills when working with internal & external customers. Initiative & ability to perform work assignments with minimal direction in a team environment. Full understanding of OSHA General Industry Safety and Health and Construction standards is required. Must be willing and able to travel approximately 10%.Understanding of ISO 14001 standards & audit capabilities.An understanding of safety and health management systems as related to facilities, system safety, test stand, propellant systems and engine testing.Certified Safety Professional (CSP) preferred.ENGINEEREXCELLENT COMMUNICATION SKILLSNASAPROBLEM SOLVINGAUDITAdditional Skills: BODY ENGINEERINGCERTIFIED SAFETY PROFESSIONALENGINE TESTINGENGINEERING DESIGNERGONOMICSINDUSTRIAL HYGIENEISOMITIGATIONOPERATIONSRISK MANAGEMENTSAFETY PROGRAMSTRADING EDUCATION: Accredited Bachelor's degree in a related discipline and 5 years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience WORK HOURS:4/10Full-Time