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Field Safety Coordinator

The Role

The Field Safety Coordinator will be responsible for communicating safety policies, standards, and best practices to the field staff. This position will help set strategic direction, implement, and manage company-wide health and safety programs, and provide guidance, monitor, and enforce safety practices. The Field Safety Coordinator will also ensure all programs follow applicable laws, regulations, and MJE company standards. 


  • Provide safety coordination & service as directed by the Safety Director
  • Ensure company-wide enforcement of the MJE Safety Manual, applicable Federal, State, and OSHA Standards, and any client specific requirements
  • Conduct daily site safety inspections and monitor safety performance for all MJE and MJE Livestock Equipment job sites and subcontractor personnel
  • Serve as a resource for job supervisors by focusing on reducing safety risks and problems on job sites
  • Assist in planning and coordination of company-wide Annual Safety Meetings & Quarterly Supervisor Safety Meetings
  • Investigate and respond to reports of claims and injuries
  • Assist in implementation of comprehensive safety orientation for new hires
  • Assist in implementation of risk-management and loss prevention programs
  • Assist in developing Job Hazard Analysis per job site
  • Prepare daily written reports of safety observations during inspections and assign the necessary corrective actions along with deadlines for completion
  • Ensure necessary signage is posted and maintained
  • Has authority to STOP work in an area to remedy a serious or life-threatening safety deficiency
  • Expectations

  • Work independently as part of a team
  • Reliable attendance
  • Knowledge of and adherence to MJE and MJE LE policies & procedures
  • Take digital photos as necessary during inspections to support observations
  • Ability to manage time effectively and work independently
  • Ability to communicate well verbally and in writing
  • Requirements

  • Five years of previous experience in commercial construction projects; civil experience preferred
  • Solid working knowledge of OSHA and other regulatory agencies required
  • OSHA 10-hour training preferred - within 6 months of employment will have OSHA 30 Construction and/or General Industry
  • Must be Bi-Lingual
  • Good knowledge of building materials and proper utilization of tools
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel
  • Benefits

  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
  • Healthcare/Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
  • Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Group Life Insurance & Voluntary Life Insurance options
  • Paid Holiday(s)
  • PTO
  • 401K
  • Employee Assistance Programs
  • AFLAC Supplements - Accident, Cancer, Hospitalization