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    Position:  Deputy Health and Safety Manager, Field Locations Nation-wide
    Posted:   08/17/2023

    Do you want to make a real and impactful difference on the lives of co-workers and the communities in which they live? Do you see the attainment of Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH®) as a career milestone?  Do you need a variety of work experience that will challenge you in the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of environmental factors?

    As the perfect fit for this role, you'll be the driving force in various critical areas and have multiple opportunities to get hands-on experience across a wide range of skillsets. Imagine refining your occupational health and safety skills in a dynamic environmental and construction setting. If you are more comfortable in work boots than wingtips, safety vests than suit coats, and seeing the world through cool safety glasses, your professional career is at CAPE.

    This position opens the door to engaging, high-profile and impactful environmental remediation projects. Our staff, subject matter experts, and your supervisor will guide and mentor you, ensuring your growth every step of the way. While working in this position, you will gain valuable field experience that will position you on the career track to health and safety program management. At CAPE, your aspirations have a clear path. After two years you will have a thorough understanding of our project-driven culture. The targeted next step for this position is the Corporate H&SM position responsible for overall safety performance at CAPE. Supporting projects on site as the SSHO is the key step towards achieving this position as it will provide exposure to the types of projects we execute and the clients we work for.

    Health and Safety never stops moving at CAPE, as you progress through professional steps to attain or further develop your CIH, you will be afforded the opportunities to build and acquire industry recognized credentials from accreditation sources such as Board of Certified Safety Professionals, Board of Global Credentialing, and Institute of Hazardous Materials Management. Ready to embark on a journey of growth and transformation? Don't miss out – apply now and take the first step toward an exciting career ahead!


    $90,000-$120,000 annually, commensurate with experience and qualifications. A sign-on bonus of 10% of salary is being offered.


    CAPE is a nationwide contractor, work assignments could be anywhere in the contiguous 48 states, Hawaii, Alaska, and possibly American Territories (Guam, American Samoa, etc.).  Anticipate the first 2-3 years of this position primarily being spent on the road & on job sites as a SSHO, learning about our projects, people, and clients. CAPE pays for transportation (airfare, vehicle), lodging and per diem when on travel.


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