About the Role
What can you expect?
College degree required, minimum Bachelor of Science
Professional designations in the field of health and safety a plus
Ten or more years of related professional experience of developing and implementing safety at an operational and corporate level; supervisory duties a plus.
Knowledge of loss control strategies related to workers’ compensation, OSHA regulations, general liability and disaster/contingency management is essential.
Documented history of achieving measurable results through the implementation of specific loss reduction strategies and programs.
Excellent communication & training skills
Creative and motivating training techniques and methodologies required.
Ability to multitask, prioritize and organize work to meet deadlines and multiple requests desired.
Strong organizational and project management skills
Strong PC, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access software required.
Strong analytical skills needed.
About the Company
Successful division of Client that specializes in over 26 industry practices and over 30 risk and specialty practices across 500 offices worldwide.
The Workforce Strategy practice has a multitude of specialties, including Health & Safety/ Life Safety, Ergonomics, Transportation/ Fleet Auto, Behavioral, and Industry Expertise, which covers an array of specialized groups.