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THE DOE RUN COMPANY Safety Manager - SAFET01507-00001 in Viburnum, Missouri

Are you ready to take the next step in your Safety Career? The Doe Run Company is seeking a Safety Manager to manage safety and risk associated with Doe Runs SEMO Mining and Milling Division. In a proactive manner, develops, implements, and monitors the Mining and Milling Divisions safety programs to ensure a safe, healthy and incident free work environment. The Manager ensures compliance with all applicable federal, state and local mandatory health and safety regulations and manages issues related to the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), including, but not limited to, participating in inspections and contesting alleged enforcement actions. This position is located in Viburnum, MO in the beautiful Mark Twain National Forest.Responsibilities:Proactively establish and implement strategies to successfully resolve disputes and concerns involving employee health and safety.Supervise multiple Safety Specialists who assist in developing, implementing and monitoring the Mining and Milling Divisions safety programs.Manage in the development, implementation, evaluation and upgrading of company safety programs.Develop, set-up and conduct mandatory health and safety training for company employees and contractors.Advise and provide guidance to company management, hourly employees and contractors regarding mandatory health and safety standards and safety protocols and procedures to ensure regulatory compliance as mandated by local, state, and federal agencies, including MSHA; the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and Missouri Mine and Cave Safety Division.Oversee routine and follow-up safety inspections of work areas for regulatory non-compliance and safety hazards and ensure the documentation of any identified issues; provide guidance on appropriate resolutions and recommend disciplinary action if necessary.Respond to emergency situations and assist in facilitating recovery and rescue efforts.Direct post-accident investigations and prepare written reports for senior management wherein root causes are identified and resolutions are recommended.Assist and maintain mine safety reports including, operations weekly summary reports, Safe Hours Reports, etc.Report on safety measures and metrics to leadership team and external regulating bodies. Provide advice to business management on regulatory and compliance requirements as they relate to employee health and safety and other areas as directed.Review and contest enforcement actions issued by MSHA as necessary, including entering into negotiations with the Office of the Solicitor for the U.S. Department of Labor; participate in rulemaking activities as well as MSHA stakeholder meetings.Other duties as assigned.Education and Experience:At least 7 years of experience in facilitating a safety program.Prior leadership experience preferred.Prior Mining Industry experience required.Bachelors Degree in Occupational Health and Safety or related field.Certified Mine Safety Professional preferred.Valid, current drivers license.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:Advanced computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite.Experience with budgeting software and ERP systems, such as Adaptive, PeopleSoft, and Ultimate.Ability and knowledge to conduct safety audits.Working knowledge of mine property and procedures.Experience with contesting and negotiating enforcement actions issued by MSHA.Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.Work Environment and Physical Requirements:Occasionally required to work underground and near moving mechanical parts.Occasionally exposed to outdoor weather conditions and wet, humid, hot, or cold (non-weather) conditions.May be exposed to moderate noise levels.Regularly required to sit, stand, and walk for extended periods of time, talk and hear.Occasionally required to use repetitive motion and reach with hands/arms.Requires clarity of vision and three-dimensional vision.Occasionally required to lift up to 25 pounds.Based in St. Louis, The