Construction Safety Representative – Themed Entertainment Development
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Management level responsibility for safety efforts on high profile construction projects. Acts, in conjunction with Project Manager and Project Field Personnel, as a point of contact for safety with all construction vendors and contractors. Will provide leadership and technical expertise and manage external relationships. Will play a major role with regard to safety. 


• Manage construction safety efforts on project throughout installation

• Maintain detailed safety records

• Lead safety meetings for all on-site personnel

• Manages the safety program in close coordination with the Safety Department

• Monitors construction management contract compliance (if applicable)

• Create policies that eliminate workplace hazards

• Document and remove hazards from the job site

• Document accidents, injuries, near misses, and illnesses and determine the cause

• Ensure compliance with OSHA and other safety agencies

• Maintains clarification, submittal, and deficiency logs

• Coordinates with governmental and utility agencies

• Coordinates with other client departments and personnel

• Responsible for personnel management of direct reports to include performance reviews, performance counseling, talent development, et cetera

• Ensures proper interface with key project partners (Engineering Services, Facilities Management, Operations)

• Interfaces with Client Senior Executives

• Adherence to all personnel policies and company handbooks




• 5+ years job related experience 

- Proven experience in construction safety management.  

• College degree in Occupational Safety, Construction Management, Engineering, Building Construction, Architecture, or related

• Proven experience managing the construction development process and documentation (shop drawings, document control, punch lists)

• Ability to lead project teams

• Experience with and proven understanding of scheduling, estimating, budgeting, and quality control

• Ability to manage through conflict and complexity and to problem-solve issues to resolution

• Experience with hiring outside vendors, professional bid packages

• Experience in the contract administration process (contacts, professional fees)

• Ability to understand the needs of the client and to manage relationships between the owner/operator.

• Computer literacy (Word, Bluebeam, Excel, E-Mail)

• Ability to comfortably communicate, both verbally in presentation and conversation, and written in correspondence to project team, vendors, consultants and partners

• Ability to give direction, adapt to change, establish relationships, and work in a team environment

• Expanded computer proficiency in various software helpful

• Supervisory experience

• OSHA 30 Certification

• Contractor’s license


• Ability to successfully manage personnel providing leadership, mentoring, coaching and guidance

• Ability to successfully lead project team including consultants, staff extensions, contractors, etcetera.

• Ability to resolve conflict

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