Entry Level Field Safety Engineers work directly with our clients and coworkers to develop and implement lockout tagout policies and procedures globally.
Travel accounts for approximately 100% of each work week to/from client sites. Travel is based on each unique project requirement and client preferences. Best attempts are made to schedule all projects around a Monday through Friday schedule, however this is subject to deviation based upon client preferences, project needs and timelines, constraints and project location. On average, 85% of travel is independent once engineer is properly trained and qualified, 95% of travel is via airplane, 5% of travel is via driving.
Capability of understanding and use of all commonly used software and hardware computer components in engineering environment.
Ability and drive to deliver consistent work output, highly self-motivated and self-directed
Capable of consistent professional client and co-worker interaction both verbal and in writing
Capable of speaking clearly and effectively in front of audiences of up to 50 people
Scheduling accountability with on time reporting and scheduling meetings for client and co-worker interaction
Bachelor's degree in engineering or another technical field. Mechanical Engineering preferred.
Able to travel 100% (typically every work week, usually home on weekends)
- Position resides between Lexington, KY and Cincinnati, OH
- Valid Driver's License
- Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas for this job opening.
- Any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.
Familiar with MS Excel and Outlook
Strong work ethic (some weeks may require up to 70+ hours counting travel time, depending on the situation)
Well organized, quick-learner, self-accountable for high quality of work, able to work independently with little supervision, personable and effective communicator
The physical demands described here are representatives of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The requirements listed below are not intended to be all inclusive of every situation the Engineer may encounter during their normal work. If an individual is unable to perform a job function(s), it is the employee's responsibility to bring that issue to the Company's attention. When that occurs, the Company will engage in discussions with the employee to determine whether or not a reasonable accommodation(s) exists that will enable the employee to remain employed while performing all essential job functions and other necessary functions.
Capable of working in potentially hazardous industrial environments after proper training and issuing of and commitment to use proper PPE equipment, examples include hard hats, safety glasses, and safety suits
Lifting up to 35 pounds within proper safety guidelines
Walking up to 7 miles per day.
Capable of scaling 100 flights of stairs over course of a one day as well as vertical ladders from 6 to 30 feet.
Capable of withstanding extreme temperatures high and low known to be present in the US (-20F to 110F) while walking and performing core job duties at frequencies of 1 hour at time.
Capable of installing safety and hazard identification marker tags as necessary as low as ground level and high as 6' overhead in frequency of up to 175 tags per day.
Capable of being around environments with appropriate body control to avoid injury such as factory floors with active machines.
Moving industrial and automated equipment such as fork trucks, cranes, trains and autonomous vehicles
Capable of working independently for up to 14 days at a time in remote areas with limited access to company resources (for example international travel experience with client sites in rural areas with low chance for cell signal and/or internet access).
Capable of scheduling and traveling domestically and internationally anywhere in the world for up to 14 days at time.
Capable of being at sea (i.e. oil rig, large vessel, cruise ship, etc.)
Control Products and Solutions
Engineering and Technicians
Cincinnati - Ohio, Lexington - Kentucky
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