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Process Safety Lead

Date:  Jun 19, 2024
Location: 

Huntley, US

Requisition ID: 28648 

A Career in Beer and Beyond: 

   

Our purpose at Molson Coors Beverage Company is to brew beverages that unite people to celebrate all life’s moments.  We’ve been brewing iconic brands for over 350 years and are now proud to be offering a modern portfolio that expands beyond the beer aisle.   

 

We are Talent Brewers with our culture rooted in our core Values.  We believe in our brands and our people, and that diversity WITH inclusion is the key to a winning team culture.  We want you to join our team of brand ambassadors who believe the world is full of untapped opportunities.  So, if you get excited about making a real difference as part of a winning team like we do, we want to hear from you.  

 

 

The Headlines:   

This role is a contributor to the Barley Program.  The Barley Program has a rich 75-year heritage of securing the supply of high-quality malt barley for our company.  In the role of Process Safety Lead - Barley Elevators based in Huntley, Montana or Burley, Idaho you will be part of the Barley Program Leadership Team.  You will be responsible for leading and supporting comprehensive safety, industrial hygiene, and preventative maintenance programs for the network of five barley facilities across Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana.  As part of a tight knit team, you will also provide local operational assistance which will create insights into broader team safety needs.

Under the direction of the Sr. Category Manager, Barley Program, this person will aid in providing direction and execute on actions that set us on a path beyond compliance with OSHA and General Industry Standards.   This is accomplished by leading and fostering a Great Safety Culture by driving employee involvement, worksite analysis, hazard prevention & control, and safety & health training.  It is also accomplished by collaborating with site leads to develop preventive measures for controlling potential occupational health and safety employee injuries and illnesses, property damage, and industrial hygiene exposures.  In this role you will lead program development and analysis, assess risk, prioritize projects, and inspect for compliance with program requirements.  And you will get to do these things while working with other great people in beautiful places across our Rocky Mountain western network.

 

 

The Responsibilities: 

  • This role supports incident investigations, documentation, and extension of learnings for incidents, near misses, and safe catches.  Conducts site safety and housekeeping inspections several times per year across all elevator locations.
  • You will support the development, implementation and maintenance of health and safety programs, policies, procedures, and elements.
  • Always ensures compliance with safety codes and regulations and helps drive safety culture beyond compliance by leveraging partnership with OSHA VPP and OSHA VPPPA.
  • Partner with corporate health and safety in the implementation of identified critical health and safety initiatives.  Maintains safety scorecards and leads annual elevator safety initiatives.
  • Assists elevator operations Supervisors with the development and review of preventative maintenance programs.
  • Manages the elevator operations project maintenance budget along with appropriate project follow up and status updates.  Supports departmental capital acquisition request and planning processes throughout the year.
  • You should expect to travel a minimum of one week per month, six to eight months of the year, across our barley network in the Rocky Mountain West and to company corporate locations.  A company vehicle is provided as part of this position.
  • This role also supports local Huntley, Montana grain operations during times of need with assistance to complete tasks throughout the year, which may be up to 20% of the role’s time.

 

The Other Qualifications: 

 

  • You have a bachelor’s degree in manufacturing or agriculture OR equivalent experience (4+ years) in the field of Manufacturing or agricultural processing leading and improving safety and health performance and regulatory compliance.
  • You have at least 5- 8 years experience in manufacturing and agriculture.
  • You love a challenge. You complete complex projects quickly and adeptly with your understanding of the business priorities.
  • You build relationships and collaborate to get to the desired outcome.  
  • You take accountability for results – acting with integrity and honoring commitments.  
  • You have a thirst for learning – you are always looking for ways to learn and help one another grow.  
  • You exhibit our core values.

 

 

Work Perks that You Need to Know About:  

 

  • We care about our People and Planet and have challenged ourselves with stretch goals around our key priorities.  
  • We care about our communities, and play our part to make a difference – from charitable donations to hitting the streets together to build parks, giving back to the community is part of our culture and who we are 
  • Engagement with a variety of Employee Resource Groups, which can provide volunteer opportunities, leadership experience, and networking through the organization. 
  • Ability to grow and develop your career centered around our First Choice Learning opportunities.
  • Participation in our Total Rewards program with a competitive base salary, incentive plans, parental leave, health, dental, vision, 401k option with incredible employer match, generous paid time off plans, an engaging Wellness Program, and an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) with amazing resources.
  • Work within a fast paced and innovative company, meeting passionate colleagues and partners with diverse backgrounds and experiences.  

At Molson Coors we seek diversity. Differing perspectives lead to challenging the expected, which keeps new ideas bubbling up. We’re an equal opportunity employer and invite applications from candidates from all backgrounds, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic. We take pride in celebrating our unique brew.