Environmental Health & Safety Consultant at KPA
In the first 30 days you will:
- Inherit a customer service base and immediately establish relationships with Mangers and Management teams across many different businesses
In the first 60 days you will:
- Complete new hire orientation training to be fully operational as a KPA Risk Management Consultant
In the first 6 months you will:
- Establish and demonstrate exceptional industry and regulatory knowledge through onsite field audits, employee training, and regulatory interaction
- Organize a quarterly visit schedule to maximize travel efficiency based on local and distant client groupings and service frequency
- Assist with and/or prepare various compliance documentation as needed (i.e., Hazard Communication, Respiratory Protection, Tier II reporting, OSHA 300 logs, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ID numbers, tank permitting, and Spill Prevention Control & Countermeasures (SPCC) Plans)
By the end of the first year you will:
- Assist in developing, implementing, and monitoring accident prevention programs, policies, and procedures to ensure continuous safe working conditions in accordance with State, Federal, and Local laws and regulations to assist the client in striving to achieve Zero Accident / lost time injuries
- Help communicate and implement environmental management compliance systems
- Support the ongoing growth of the company by performing exceptional customer service, documenting and submitting 20 referrals or sales leads per year to your area Account Executive
- Responsible for promoting productive relationships with dealer group management for KPA clients and State Dealer Association Management. Maintains effective internal and external public relations
- Performs other duties and fulfills other responsibilities, as assigned.
- As an EHS Risk Management Consultant, you are expected to develop and maintain internal and external relationships with:
- District Manager, District Supervisor, staff colleagues, and other members of KPA management team
- District clients, potential clients, dealer group management and state dealer associations
- Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science/Engineering, Safety Studies, or related disciplines preferred.
- Three years of Environmental Health & Safety experience preferred.
- Must have the ability to develop and maintain strong relationships at all levels of the organization, both internally and externally
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills required
- Ability to speak publicly, in forums of up to 300 audience members at times.
- Ability to seek out and communicate effectively with senior management and stakeholders at our client organizations.
- Proven background in building and working with collaborative teams
- Ability to meet deadlines, multi-task and effectively and professionally deal with customers and external contacts to the Company
- Strong leadership and problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently
- Strong computer skills, including familiarity with word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, Microsoft Outlook, and phone/tablet applications
- Must have the ability to travel overnight 25%
- Ability to drive between client visits, typically 4 days per week. Driving time per day varies according to geography and scheduling.
- Ability to stay overnight in a hotel 1-3 weeks per quarter. This will largely depend on the Consultant's home location.
- Ability to lift up to 20 pounds
- Ability to stand on feet a minimum of 6 hours per day
- Annual base salary range between $55-70k
- Quarterly bonus averaging around $1500
- While this is a remote position based out of the employee’s home office, it will require frequent visits to clients within the territory, including overnight travel.
- The territory for this position includes primarily Denver Metro, Colorado Springs, Western Colorado, and Northern New Mexico