Goldbelt, Inc.

Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO)

Job Locations US-PA-Chambersburg
ID
2023-1792
Category
Program/Project Management
Position Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

Goldbelt Operations Support Services, LLC (GbOSS) offers expert construction, renovation, and support services. GbOSS has expertise in construction, renovation, and support services, from design-build to finish work. GbOSS utilizes a skillset as general contractors to assist federal clients and is 8(a) certified.


 


Summary:


GBOSS is seeking a Site Safety and Health Officer.

Responsibilities

Essential Job Functions:

  • Conduct job hazards analysis to identify hazards and potential risks
  • Complete safety audits and ensure remedial action as necessary
  • Implement and enforce accident prevention plans and ensure contractor compliance
  • Maintains quality control by conducting daily safety walks and health inspections on the jobsite
  • Develop site-specific safety programs/plans to include emergency actions response, evacuations and security plans
  • Interpret and apply regulatory requirements applicable to the project scope of work
  • Ensure adherence to company safety and insurance protocols and compliance
  • Conduct and participate in safety and subcontractor progress meetings
  • Complete all reports and records in an accurate and timely manner

Qualifications

Necessary Skills and Knowledge:

  • Must be able to manage projects successfully to completion, on time and within budget
  • Must be able to manage projects of 500K to 10 million in size
  • Must be able to obtain access to a Federal Installation
  • Strong computer skills and familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite and SharePoint

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must pass a background check

Preferred Qualifications:

  • OSHA, CHST, CPR & First Aid Certified
  • EM385-1-1

 

The salary range for this position is $50,000/yr to $80,000/yr.

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