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Curtiss-Wright Corporation.

Regulatory Compliance Manager - Radiological

Curtiss-Wright Corporation. - Cheswick, PA

The Opportunity | Regulatory Compliance Manager - Radiological

The ideal candidate will guide site operations associated with safety, industrial hygiene, radiation protection, hazardous waste management, and environmental regulatory compliance.

  Major Responsibilities:

Manage Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) program to create a safe working environment and to ensure compliance with current and future legal, regulatory (federal, state, and local), and corporate requirements

Develop and implement strategies, policies, and practices

Provide leadership to drive continuous improvement while assuring comprehensive, operational compliance

Manage regular strategic review of EH&S in the organization and provide appropriate objectives and programs to improve overall performance to defend against future liabilities

Establish and monitor metrics for assessing EH&S' effectiveness in the organization

Foster a robust EH&S culture through cross-functional cooperation, communications, promotions, and training

Ensure overall facility safety and environmental compliance by conducting and evaluating various audits, tests, and related procedures

Oversee industrial hygiene program

Continuously analyze regulatory requirements and adjust program as necessary

Recommend process safety features that will reduce employees' exposure to physical and chemical work hazards

Supervise professional and union-represented employees, including but not limited to the interpretation and administration of labor agreements, attendance, training, and development

Administer the timely application process for all applicable licenses and permits as required by regulations

Manage the process to investigate workplace accidents or injuries to determine causes and corrective actions

Compile, analyze, and interpret statistical data related to occupational safety incidents and, using that data, develop risk mitigation plans to reduce injury rate

Conduct training in areas such as safety and associated regulations, hazardous condition monitoring, and use of safety equipment

Oversee the receipt, control, shipment, storage, disposal, reporting requirements, and landfill disposal of radioactive and hazardous materials

Oversee site remediation activities including development of plans, contracts, specifications, work instructions, and active supervision of work

Interface with external regulatory agency representatives from the NRC, PA DEP, and county and local municipalities on matters associated with regulatory compliance

Develop a facility, machinery, and safety equipment inspection plan to identify and correct potential hazards and to ensure safety regulation compliance

Provide technical guidance on safety and interpret safety and industrial hygiene regulations for application to operations

Plan and manage budgets 

Competencies:

Strategic Mindset

Can see ahead to future possibilities and translate them into breakthrough strategies

Anticipates future trends and implications accurately

Can create breakthrough strategies that show a clear connection between vision and action

Ensure Accountability

Follows through on commitments and makes sure others do the same

Possesses strong influencing skills

Establishes clear responsibilities and processes for monitoring work and measuring results

Develops staff through coaching, feedback, stretch assignments, and knowledge transfer activities

Possesses keen attention to detail, strong written and verbal communication skills, a commitment for meeting deadlines, and excellent problem solving abilities

Has proven to be successful in driving continuous improvement initiatives 

Education / Certifications:

Bachelor of Science Degree in Nuclear or Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Environmental Science, or Health Physics. Master's Degree is preferred.

Certified Safety Professional

  Work Experience Required:

Five to seven years of management experience, at least three years of which directly related to radiological work, environmental protection, safety and hazardous waste management in a manufacturing environment

Project planning and contractor management

Radiological work, including remediation, decommissioning, and licensing

  Skills and Knowledge Required:

Knowledgeable in industrial safety programs, OSHA requirements, environmental requirements, NRC regulations, radiological controls and health physics, and associated federal regulations

Ability to manipulate data in spreadsheets and to develop trend charts and prepare presentations

Must be US citizen and able to obtain DOD security clearance

This position may require exposure to information which is subject to US export control regulations, i.e. the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) or the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). All applicants must be U.S. persons within the meaning of U.S. regulations.

Curtiss-Wright values diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. If you require accommodation due to a disability at any time during the recruitment and/or assessment process, please contact Talent Acquisition and we will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate your request.

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled

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Regulatory Compliance Manager - Radiological Curtiss-Wright Corporation. - Cheswick, PA, United States

   

Location: Cheswick, PA

Company Profile:
Curtiss-Wright Corporation has the most renowned legacy in the aerospace industry. More than 80 years ago, Curtiss-Wright was formed by the merger of companies founded by Glenn Curtiss, the father of naval aviation, and the Wright brothers, renowned for history’s first flight. These technological pioneers ushered in the era of aviation and their trailblazing spirit made history. Curtiss-Wright has changed dramatically over the past eight decades, and continues to transform itself to be at the forefront of the markets that we serve.