Corporate EHS Specialist in Warrenville, IL at The HEICO Companies, LLC

Date Posted: 11/10/2022

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    11/10/2022

Job Description

The Company

Heico has a history of success. Since its founding over 40 years ago The Heico Companies has grown from a single business to over 75 separate companies through a strategic acquisition policy, and by reinvesting its earnings into internal growth and new prospects. Historically talented at restoring distressed companies, Heico now strategically targets acquisitions that will complement its ever-growing portfolio of companies in manufacturing, construction, and industrial services.

These four core operations are organized into groups: Metal Processing Group, Construction Solutions Group, Applied Solutions Group, and Industrial Technologies Group. Once acquired, new Heico companies are assigned to a group and run on a stand-alone basis, allowing for great independence as well as the opportunity to share knowledge about markets, production processes, and management practices across other Heico groups and companies. Each Group has its own corporate team.

Heico continues to seek out new opportunities and maintain its standard of success. The Heico Companies has remained a privately held company since its creation and maintains a majority ownership in each of its operations, which generates more than $2.8 billion dollars in revenues. Many of our businesses are certified Woman-owned Business Enterprises (WBE).

More information about the holding company and overall organization can be found at www.heicocompanies.com.

The Position

The EHS Specialist provides technical and tactical regulatory compliance support to operating sites across all Heico business platforms. This position is a critical player in a matrix management structure that includes site EHS personnel, Group and Corporate EHS leaders. 

Job Description

Primary Responsibilities

  • Develop, implement, and execute EHS programs across the Heico Companies
  • Act as a resource to Heico companies to ensure EHS compliance and risk reduction.
  • Lead Product Stewardship efforts across the Heico companies.
  • Support EHS Management systems and excellence programs as needed.
  • Work with Heico companies to develop and achieve environmental sustainability objectives as needed.
  • Support data collection and quality utilizing corporate database (Benchmark ESG) for the Heico Companies.
  • Support in creating and maintaining site EHS tasks in Benchmark ESG Compliance Calendar.
  • Completion of the facility’s periodic regulatory reports and other compliance documentation.
  • Partner with various Heico companies for successful EHS performance metrics to support operations leadership in managing EHS and regulatory compliance.
  • Assist site and business management regulation interpretation and completion of annual evaluations of compliance to local, state, and federal regulations.
  • Analyze data and perform trending analysis to identify and implement corrective actions as well as develop strategic risk mitigation strategies
  • Manage Safety Data Sheet authorization for business units.
  • Generate drafts of monthly EHS statistics reports and presentations.
  • Conduct annual assessments of HEICO applications against local regulatory requirements to ensure compliance.
  • Actively engage with HEICO Corporate and business units to identify process efficiency opportunities and mitigation solutions.

Job Requirements

Education         

  • Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Safety, Health, Engineering, or a degree in fields related to safety and environmental compliance.

Skills & Relevant Work Experience

  • 2 years or more experience with EHS requirements and program implementation including environmental reporting requirements (e.g. US CERCLA, Air, Hazardous Waste, Clean Water Act and/or global regulatory equivalents)
  • Advanced PC skills, including training and competence in Microsoft Office software applications.
  • Ability to read and comprehend a variety of regulatory and technical materials.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to handle multiple activities/projects and deadlines
  • Exceptional interpersonal and teaming skills required
  • Ability to travel as needed

EOE M/F/D/V