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Chick-fil-A: Principal Program Lead – Environmental, Health And Safety


This is a Full-time position in Atlanta, GA posted August 27, 2020.

OverviewAs the Principal Program – Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS), you will lead development and implementation of the Chick-fil-A Supply™ Corporate Environmental, Health & Safety (“EHS”) programswithin the Safety, Quality and Compliance (“SQC”) function.

In this role, you will have the opportunity to enhance standards, processes, trainings, and data systems that meet the needs of the organization and your colleagues – which in turn will help drive continued innovation at an operation like no other in the food service industry.About Chick-fil-A SupplyA wholly owned subsidiary of Chick-fil-A, Inc., Chick-fil-A Supply™ is a distribution service provider focused entirely on serving the unique needs of Chick-fil-A restaurants.Due to steady, year-over-year sales and volume growth, combined with the complexity in our Restaurants, Chick-fil-A Supply supports current and future Restaurant needs through distribution innovation that extends the Chick-fil-A culture of care to those it serves, as well as those it employs.This subsidiary is in the early stages of development and is a dynamic, fast-paced work environment focused on launching this new service to Restaurants across the nation.ResponsibilitiesTo be successful in this role, you will lead implementation of Corporate EHS programs, drive a safe work culture, evaluate and mitigate EHS risks, lead EHS training, analyze data to inform safe decision making, and much more to ensure Chick-fil-A Supply facilities comply with all federal, state and local laws and regulations.

Regulatory compliance for EHS includes, but is not limited to: OSHA, EPA, and DOT.As the Principal Program Lead – EHS, you will intimately understand the needs of employees, customers and the community, and will treat all parties with dignity and respect in difficult situations and maintain a positive, service-focused mindset.In addition, a successful Principal Program Lead – EHS will: Design, implement, and oversee EHS compliance management programs and systems for all CFA Supply facilities Evaluate EHS risks and hazards across all CFA Supply facilitiesDraft and update EHS policies and standard operational procedures with input from leadershipDevelop and refine emergency planning for all CFA Supply facilitiesProvide guidance and training on EHS regulatory matters and operational policies/practicesSupport site-level EHS monitoring inclusive of KPI management reporting Conduct data analytics on EHS performance across the organization and use to enhance existing controlsDrive continuous improvement for EHS Develop and coordinate corporate EHS communications Communicate EHS risk management and performance to leadershipCollaborate with leadership to communicate EHS information to CFA Supply facilitiesDevelop corporate communications on safe work practices and incidents Support site-level EHS activities, including: Emergency response and risk-based incident investigationsCompletion of required forms and reporting (e.G., OSHA 300, environmental permit reporting)EHS and security audits (e.G., regulatory and voluntary inspections at sites) Provide expertise in the areas of EHS assessments, capital projects, work orders, and general related issuesWork cross-functionally (e.G., Operations, HR, Legal, IT) to ensure corporate policies effectively drive compliance with all laws, regulations and company policies and procedures Support employee and contractor engagement; collect and evaluate EHS concernsSupport company mission, values, and standards of ethics and integrityImplement EHS strategy as set forth by Chick-fil-A SupplyMinimum QualificationsTo be successful in this role, you must have: 10 years of experience in EHS and Operations, preferably in food service distribution, with at least 5 years in a supervisory roleExtensive knowledge of EPA and OSHA regulations Functional knowledge and expertise in distribution, preferably food distribution: Standards, processes, systems and contingencies related to environmental management, occupational health, and workforce safety, and all relevant laws and regulationsCompliance and risk performance metrics, measurement and enforcement Employee training programs Success in development and implementation of effective EHS programs and measurement toolsExperience with management systems (e.G., ISO 14001, ISO 45001, OHSAS 18001, OSHA VPP)Working knowledge of EHS leading practices in supply chain, risk management, emergency planning and data analytics (e.G., behavior-based safety, EHS risk management loss prevention methods, contractor management practices)Effective communication skills for advising leadership and team members in EHSEffective systems and presentation skills for leading trainingsUndergone 24 hours of formal safety training each year for the past five years.An understanding of safety principles and concepts and loss prevention and reductionExperience in incident investigation, as well as knowledge of auditing and monitoring proceduresPreferred Qualifications Experience working with Process Safety Management and Risk Management ProgramsExperience with Environmental Information Management Systems (EMIS)Highly skilled in Organizational Design and ManagementCertification (at least one of the following): Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Safety Supervisor (CSS), Certified Safety Director (CSD), Certified Industrial Hygienist, ARM Accredited Risk Management Professional)Have at least 5 years in food distribution operationsMinimum Years of Experience10Travel Requirements25%Required Level of EducationBachelor’s DegreeMajor/ConcentrationOccupational Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Engineering, Environmental Science, or another related field