S/he will work collaboratively with BU EH&S organizations, leadership, and other departments to develop and implement global EHS requirements and EHS governance activities.
Education & Required Skills:
Bachelor’s degree preferably in Occupational Safety and Health, Environmental, or related field.
8 - 10 years of progressively responsible experience in the area of EHS or related field.
Experience working for or with US publicly traded companies with global operations.
Strong knowledge of and experience with EHS regulations, OSHA and regulatory agencies.
Experience with EHS programs, audits, and response to incidents and citations.
Strong business acumen.
Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to collaborate and communicate effectively at all levels within the organization.
Ability to travel commercially and internationally.
Lead the Corporate EHS organization supervising one direct report.
Develop, maintain and communicate global EHS requirements including global EHS policy, standards and program requirements. Coordinate with BU EHS to ensure business and facility programs are in line with global EHS requirements.
Develop, execute and monitor Corporate EHS strategy and budget annually.
Establish and maintain global EHS management system including system implementation, administration, reporting and other functions.
Oversee global EHS audit program, including development and execution of annual audit plan to audit approximately 6-10 facilities annually. At the completion of each audit, issue an audit report outlining observations and corrective actions. Monitor the status of corrective actions.
Oversee the execution of EHS gap assessments for new facilities, including the identification of observations and corrective actions. Monitor the status of corrective actions.
Perform EHS due diligence activities for all mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and divestitures.
Manage and provide oversight and guidance for significant and serious EHS matters, NOVs, OSHA citations and other potential violations. Engage with legal counsel on these matters as appropriate.
Perform global EHS performance monitoring, including drafting quarterly global EHS metrics reports. Monitor and report environmental matters and Notices of Violations (NOVs) for SEC 10Q and 10K reporting.
Provide businesses with guidance pertaining to EHS regulations, incidents and investigations, corrective actions, and program elements and procedures.
Identify and maintain an inventory of all applicable EHS regulatory requirements and provide updates to the businesses.
Perform a periodic global EHS risk assessment, establish risk thresholds and key risk indicators.
Perform annual Conflict Minerals assessment and reporting.
Non Stationery position; working at desk/personal computer and standing/walking indoor and outdoor facility locations.
Primary work environment is professional corporate office.
Secondary work environment is CBI facilities.
Must be at least 21 years of age.
Travel 10-20% of the time
Constellation Brands is committed to a continuing program of equal employment opportunity. All persons have equal employment opportunities with Constellation Brands, regardless of their sex, race, color, age, religion, creed, sexual orientation, national origin or citizenship, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition (cancer or genetic characteristics), marital status, gender (including gender identity or gender expression), familial status, military or veteran status, genetic information, pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or related conditions (or any other group or category within the framework of the applicable discrimination laws and regulations).
Constellation Brands, Inc., a Fortune 500 company, is an American producer and marketer of beer, wine and spirits. Constellation is the largest beer import company in the US, measured by sales, and has the third-largest market share of all major beer suppliers. It also has investments in medical marijuana.