SC Johnson has an opportunity for a Safety, Health & Environment Site Manager, based in Cairo, Egypt.
Our internal job title at SC Johnson is Associate Manager – Safety, Health & Environment - Egypt ABOUT SC JOHNSON SC Johnson (SCJ) is one of the world’s leading makers of household brands. The company has operations in more than 70 countries and sells products in virtually every country around the world. Its product portfolio includes global brands such as Pledge®, Duck®, Mr. Muscle®, Windex®, Scrubbing Bubbles®, Glade®, Raid®, OFF!®, Baygon® and Ziploc®. The company has been making great products for more than 125 years and the same family that started the company still owns and runs it today. For over a century, spanning five generations, the Johnson family has demanded the best for families everywhere. We currently employ approximately 13,000 people globally and generate $10 billion in sales. At the same time, we’ve established a generations-long legacy of environmental responsibility, community leadership and providing great places to work. We do this because we want to do what’s right for our business today, and also what’s right for people and the planet tomorrow.
ROLE SUMMARY The Associate Manager is responsible for the safety, environmental and health; including regulatory review, permitting, monitoring, compliance assistance, reporting and auditing. Leading in conjunction with plant management, a visible safety culture, safe and healthy working conditions, environmental excellence and sustainability objectives are achieved and maintained. As a result, there is a continued reduction and prevention of incidents meeting future targets, a sustainable SHE system, and continued improvement in corporate/Regional SHE metrics including zero losses. At SC Johnson Cairo we make products including aerosols and liquids for some of our leading brands. The plant has a permanent staff of 40 and contractor staff of 20 including manufacturing, warehousing and logistics. RESPONSIBILITIES Reduce TIR following the site/region agreed upon glide-path. Lead or co-lead implementation of a Behavioral Observation System program and other culture change initiatives. Provide SHE expertise to evaluate and support all contract manufacturers and co-branding licensees required per agreement or contract. Work with Global Product Supply and Hub leads to ensure implementation of SHE Management System is suitable, adequate and effective to promote continuous improvement in SHE performance. Achieve and maintain SHE program external certifications in alignment with site/region objectives. Develop and manage SHE labor, expense and professional services budgets, including training programs to promote staff professional development Obtain and comply with all facility required environmental permits. Lead / coordinate negotiations with regulatory agencies on permit conditions. Ensure compliance with all local, state and country SHE regulations. Review proposed SHE regulations and provide advance notification of pending changes to facilitate planning by affected operations. Support Global Public Affairs and Communications initiatives to revise proposed regulations if/as needed. Monitor other trends (e,g, NGO initiatives) that could affect company operations. Perform PMP reviews for each direct report, currently one direct report. Align with Plant Manager and Regional SHE Manager on priorities, objectives, strategies and KPIs and cascade them into your direct report PMP. Provide SHE expertise in response to GIA (Global Internal Audit function) and other external audits and inspections. Be a member of the Regional Hub Manufacturing Steering Committee, providing proactive input and adding value with regards to SHE. Lead and/or manage the plant SHE Pillar within the Total Preventative Maintenance framework.
Position RequirementsDemonstrable experience in engineering within FMCG, Food, Pharma or chemical industries Education and demonstrable experience in managing SHE activities in an FMCG (CPG), Food & Beverage, Pharmaceutical or Chemical manufacturing facility. Bachelor in Engineering (Mechanical & Chemical), Environmental, Safety, Industrial Hygiene. Desirable requirements Master in Engineering (Mechanical & Chemical), Environmental, Safety, Industrial Hygiene. Global network experience – Proved experience working across the manufacturing network desirable intercultural outside one single region. Leadership and management – Possesses strong leadership, people skills and communication abilities. Influencing – Can effectively garner support from others, negotiate persuasively and create win/win outcomes. Technical – Has solid Project Management skills and mastery of the Training and Development process.
You need to be legally eligible to work in the country of application