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HSE-Document Control Coordinator

Job Title
HSE-Document Control Coordinator
Job ID
27674191
Location
Monticello,  GA 31064
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Description
Hiring Immediately! Production, Construction, Manufacturing, and General Laborer industry workers encouraged to apply today in Monticello, GA

Are you someone who enjoys a career where you can make a lasting impact? Does the thought of working with a team of all-stars crafting high quality products excite you? If you’re an individual who takes immense pride in the quality of work you produce and have a personal commitment to safety, you should apply to join our team as one of our HSE-Document Control Coordinators!

Dexter is the premier supplier and manufacturer of axles, doors, venting products, and related components. We proudly manufacture axles for the utility trailer, boat trailer, recreational vehicle, heavy duty, and manufactured housing markets. Our customers choose the Dexter brand for our commitment to high quality and on-time products. We currently employ over 2,800 people throughout 18 manufacturing facilities across the United States and Canada.

We currently have an open opportunity for an HSE-Document Control Coordinator in our Monticello facility. 

Summary:
This is a role that will support both HSE and Quality functions, performing and initiation all activities in support of HSE initiatives, new employee orientation and Quality Management System training.  Quality portion of this role will include, managing document control process, audit preparation, supporting the Quality Techs and Auditors with daily task and serve as a fill-in in the absence of personnel.

HSE Document Control Coordinators are responsible for the following: 
•    Continually improve, evaluate, implement, and maintain health, safety and environmental policies and procedures to protect employees and comply with company, state, federal and local regulations
•    Plan, schedule, coordinate and conduct safety, orientation, and quality training. Identify, further develop, and deliver training programs in a manner that raises employee’s awareness and enables employees and supervisors to work safely
•    Maintain relevant EHS logs and documentation
•    Develop and administer plant safety and environmental initiatives and lead continuous improvement efforts in those areas, utilizing effective communication skills (verbal and written). Ensures daily, weekly, monthly, and annual inspections and audits are completed as necessary to comply with local, state and federal regulations
•    Oversee hazardous waste storage area, waste reduction monitoring, and ensure regulatory agency compliance, labeling, containments, proper disposal, and documentation
•    Require all new materials and supply orders to include Safety Data Sheets (SDS) to evaluate new raw materials for facility use considering safety and regulatory factors
•   Maintain the Document Control System and assure compliance with applicable procedures and regulations, including filling, distribution and obsolescence, as required
•   Train personnel on the document change control process and documentation handling practices
•   Support the Quality Techs and Auditors with daily tasks including destructive testing, sorts and containment, process/product audits and reporting​​​​

Why You’ll Love Working for Us (Our Benefits)
We offer competitive salary along with comprehensive benefits. Our benefits package includes:
•    Health, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance
•    Short & Long-Term Disability
•    Flexible Spending Account
•    Health Savings Account
•    401(k) plan with company contributions

What We Need from You (Our Requirements)
•    Proficient with SharePoint, Quality Management Systems, MS Windows
•    Ability to work independently while maintaining communication with all team members
•    Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
•    Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering, OHS, Industrial Engineering or related field preferred
•    At least two years of EHS experience in a manufacturing environment preferred
•    Will be required to work on shop floor 60-70% of the time with remaining time on computer updating/creating documents 

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We are an equal opportunity employer and values diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

 

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