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Aston Carter Manufacturing EHS Safety Manager in Woodinville, Washington


Industry: Aerospace Manufacturing

Location: Woodinville, WA

Position: EHS Safety Manager

Pay: $90k - $120k/yr. (depending on overall relevant qualifications)

Shift: Standard Monday – Friday Morning Shift (100% Onsite)

Employee Value Proposition: Very good company culture. Team events and collaboration. Great leadership who is very approachable and involved with the floor. Very clean large manufacturing facility.

A large Aerospace Manufacturing company in Woodinville, WA is currently hiring for a EHS Safety Manager. The EHS Manager directs the development, implementation, and maintenance of comprehensive health and safety programs for the facility. This includes oversight of the programs and developing/maintaining policies and procedures that promote continuous improvement and achieve compliance. This person will provide the leadership, direction, and support necessary to ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state, local laws, regulations, and standards to meet or exceed relevant EHS standards.


  • Develop and administer the facility Health and Safety management systems including: employee participation, employee health, hazard analyses, safe operating procedures, training, risk management, loss control, spill prevention, hazardous waste, DOT hazardous materials, emissions, emergency planning (EPCRA) and all other key system elements.

  • Regulate employees on compliance with Safety and Health requirements.

  • Inspect machines and other equipment for accident preventing Audit and maintain acceptable levels of safety, emergency response and first aid equipment.

  • Conduct assessments and implement provisions of disseminating information including but not limited to advice, signs, posters, barriers and performance measures to warn employees of potential or actual safety hazards and/or to prevent access to areas where hazardous conditions exist.

  • Perform audits throughout the manufacturing operations and work with Plant Leadership to reduce the risk of employee injury.

  • Maintain a current working knowledge of H&S regulations and laws to provide expertise for H&S assessments, capital projects, work orders, and general H&S related problem solving at the site, regional and corporate level as needed. Develops, recommends, and implements programs to ensure compliance with all applicable local, state, and federal environmental regulations including documentation, reporting, permits, manifests, training, and policy development.

  • Develops and administers H&S training and communication programs (i.e., HAZCOM, HAZMAT, Forklift etc.).

  • Provide leadership and direction in the development, administration, and maintenance of EHS compliance and continuous improvement program elements. Serve as liaison with applicable external regulatory agencies and coordinate and follow-up on H&S audits to ensure satisfactory compliance. Ensure all required reports are completed and submitted as required.

  • Extract and manipulate data from business systems for environmental reporting. Complete and submit periodic reports for air, storm water, wastewater, hazardous waste, community right to know programs and other relevant media.

  • Record and investigate all incidents of injury, work related illness or damage to property, partnering with the necessary parties to resolve any identified corrective actions to prevent reoccurrence and meet loss-reduction goals.

  • Orchestrate monthly Safety Audits of the facility, equipment, and personnel to ensure compliance with all Regulations and Company Policies and ensure a safe workplace, partnering with necessary parties to resolve any identified corrective actions.

  • May occasionally perform special projects.

  • Other duties as assigned.

(Job Requirements)

  • 5+ years of relevant EHS experience in a large manufacturing environment.

  • Experience working with regulatory agencies and external auditors.

  • Experience with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and ERP computer applications.

  • Someone who is passionate about driving a ‘safety first’ culture.

  • Ability to Detailed knowledge of OSHA and other applicable industry environmental, health and safety standards.

  • Strong analytical skills to evaluate performance metrics and outcomes.

  • Superior communication skills – verbal and written.

  • Strong problem solving and decision-making skills with the ability to develop multiple solutions to an issue and make valid recommendations for resolution.

  • Able to understand and execute processes including: recognizing customer needs, communicating process changes, measuring and assessing success and identifying areas of improvement.

  • Ability to work under pressure.

  • Ability to develop and implement environmental and safety policies, programs, and training.

  • Knowledge of manufacturing practices and processes.

  • Ability to adjust work hours as needed.

  • Able to climb ladders and stairs and the ability to lift moderately heavy items such as test equipment or materials.

  • Demonstrated ability to move between tasks and projects on short notice and to quickly change priorities based on customer and department needs, while still meeting project deadlines (Flexibility is key in this role as priorities change quickly).

  • Ability to develop and maintain relationships with all levels within and outside the organization from corporate, regional and plant management to supervisors and hourly employees in the production areas.

  • Able to work well in a team environment or independently.

Compensation is tied to the Colorado and Washington markets for jobs performed in Colorado and Washington. Other locations may be subject to variances based on location-related factors.

We reserve the right to pay above or below the posted wage based on factors unrelated to sex, race, or any other protected classification.

Eligibility requirements apply to some benefits and may depend on your job classification and length of employment. Benefits are subject to change and may be subject to specific elections, plan, or program terms. This temporary role may be eligible for the following:

· Medical, dental & vision

· 401(k)/Roth

· Insurance (Basic/Supplemental Life & AD&D)

· Short and long-term disability

· Health & Dependent Care Spending Accounts (HSA & DCFSA)

· Transportation benefits

· Employee Assistance Program

· Time Off/Leave (PTO, Vacation or Sick Leave)

About Aston Carter:

Aston Carter provides world-class corporate talent solutions to thousands of clients across the globe. Specialized in accounting, finance, human resources, talent acquisition, procurement, supply chain and select administrative professions, we extend the capabilities of industry-leading companies. We draw on our deep recruiting expertise and expansive network to meet the evolving needs of our clients and talent community with agility and excellence. With offices across the U.S., Canada, Asia Pacific and Europe, Aston Carter serves many of the Fortune 500. We are proud to be a ClearlyRated Best of Staffing® double diamond winner for both client and talent service.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

At Aston Carter, diversity and inclusion are a bridge towards the equity and success of our people. DE&I are embedded into our culture through:

  • Hiring diverse talent

  • Maintaining an inclusive environment through persistent self-reflection

  • Building a culture of care, engagement, and recognition with clear outcomes

  • Ensuring growth opportunities for our people

The company is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regard to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any characteristic protected by law.

If you would like to request a reasonable accommodation, such as the modification or adjustment of the job application process or interviewing process due to a disability, please email ( for other accommodation options.