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Offshore HSE Project Manager - Remote - MA - USA

Offshore HSE Project Manager - Remote
Requisition ID: 30623
Location(s): Boston, MA, US
Work experience: Management
Type of position: Full-Time
Job Family: Quality, Health, Safety and Environment
Vestas Factory

General Purpose:
Vestas is the global leader in wind energy, advancing toward our goal of leadership in the offshore segment with the full acquisition of our former offshore joint venture and the introduction of the V236-15.0 MW turbine, the largest available. We are building a great team and the technical, operational, and cultural platform to deliver on our aspirations.
The Offshore HSE Project Manager will be responsible for all HSE aspects and the HSE Management of Vestas’ offshore wind projects in the United States, from contract signing to when projects are handed over to Service.

Advocate and influence a no harm safety culture
Develop, implement, and maintain specific HSE plans for Vestas’ offshore wind construction projects, including all activities regarding operational safety (including risks related to falling objects/ working in height, lockout/tagout, electric hazards, etc), working environment (WE), technical safety, and environmental management.
Develop and implement safety and health standards, criteria, and guidelines, such as those issued by (but not limited to) Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), State and Local authorities, and Vestas Corporate applicable regulations. Monitor compliance level and guide actions for identified at-risk situations.
Implement and maintain Health, Safety and Environmental Management Systems ISO 14001 and ISO 45001.
Deploy Global Vestas HSE standards, processes and tools based on best practice and customer/business needs and direct the implementation, including the development of Train the Trainer trainings and communication.

Establish and maintain relationships with customers and Authority having Jurisdiction on HSE-related matters.
Stakeholder management including Customer relationship as well as internal stakeholders.
Ensure compliance with all requirements of offshore wind contracts related to HSE, including notification and reporting requirements.
Provide technical support to HSE coordinators on construction projects and construction sites
Provide HSE support to construction projects during internal, external audits and site inspections
Routinely conducts/compiles HSE audits and inspections within applicable locations as requested for internal auditing assistance to detect existing or potential accidents and health hazards, determine corrective or preventative measures where required, and follows-up to ensure measures have been implemented.
Assists with HSE review and input to process hazard assessments and change management of policy, procedures, machines, and equipment for injury prevention.
Guides routine task and non-standard work-based Risk Assessments of job activities to professionally identify hazards to determine use of hierarchy for hazard controls
Expert in advanced incident investigation methods such as TapRoot or similar.
Assists with and coaches/heads investigative causes of serious injuries, accidents, incidents and near misses to identify preventive safety measures for incorporation into the safety program.
Support in the approval process on all Internal Procedure documents pertaining to identified physical, behavioral, and legal risks and operational controls.
Facilitates collection of HSE data.
Reports HSE data in weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly reports; responds to customer and stakeholder HSE data requests.
Perform other responsibilities as assigned

Essential Functions:
Effective written and verbal communications skills (verbal, focused listening, written, meeting management, presentation) in English
Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel)
Ability to safely climb a wind turbine and perform rescue activities
Ability to safely board, deboard and travel on marine vessels and helicopters
Ability to pass medical and fitness for exams
Ability to complete required training and certifications including sea survival
Ability to effectively participate in a cross-functional team
Ability to direct and work in teams.
Ability to schedule and organize tasking timetables
Valid driver’s license, passport and ability to travel as needed to meet business goals
Ability to influence across organizational boundaries with a solid focus on working with and understanding different cultures.
Up to 50% travel may be required in your first year to train and hands on experience with existing offshore wind projects and colleagues in Europe or Asia. After initial training, travel requirements will reduce to 10-15% and be primarily within North America.

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Wind Turbine Experience :
General Electric (GE)
Ming Yang
Siemens Gamesa
Not Applicable