Job Title: EHS Engineer
Job Code: GW-03252113404726
Salary Range: DOE
Job Location: IL--
City: Carol Stream    State: IL
The Environmental Health and Safety Engineer works in the Safety and Facilities department and is responsible for providing leadership and support for the manufacture, testing and distribution of implantable medical devices. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES including the following: Identifying, developing, implementing, monitoring and maintaining lean manufacturing, 6 sigma, quality improvement, and cost reduction projects in alignment with the company's objective; Identifying, developing, implementing, monitoring and maintaining procedures and systems to support IEMA/NRC/OSHA/EPA/and local agencies Managing and supporting the internal safety and facility systems; 1.Managing and supporting the radiological program (auditing, dose surveys, source accountability, etc.) Performing calculations and developing spreadsheets to assist radiological decisions and documentation Facility and personnel audits; Equipment maintenance; Managing the radioactive waste program Audit and maintain an ALARA program; Supervision of non-exempt EH&S personnel, as assigned. Understand and follow the established corporate safety standard, local facility operating procedures and safety policies. Maintain regular and predictable attendance Other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel Background in Physics and supporting calculations Proficiency in auditing and Job safety analysis Experience working with regulatory agencies (IEMA, OSHA, EPA, DOT) Working knowledge of IEMA, OSHA, DOT regulations Strong organizational and independent working skills Strong technical writing ability Ability to lift 50 pounds from floor to waist level Ability to travel occasionally for supplier audits, division/project meetings and training seminars. Ability to work in areas that contain radioactive materials. Attention to detail EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE BA/BS in a scientific discipline or relevant experience; 2+ years Environmental Health and Safety experience; LANGUAGE SKILLS Excellent oral and written communication skills in English are required. MATHEMATICAL SKILLS Proficiency in math is required.