Current Openings

Safety Manager

Posted: Aug 19, 2015

DCO Energy, LLC is a proven leader in the development of Central Energy Centers, Combined Heat and Power facilities, Landfill Gas to Energy and Biomass projects. DCO Energy, LLC is looking for a qualified person to manage the safety for a new construction project for a wood fired renewable energy power plant in Albany, Georgia. The project duration is between 18-24 months. The Safety Manager will be responsible for the management, coordination and successful completion of the safety requirements for the project. The Safety Manager is expected to coordinate and manage the day-to-day activities related to meeting all the safety and health standards established by applicable regulations, as well as the company policy and procedures.

General Duties and Responsibilities of the position include, but it is not limited to:

  • ­Provide guidance and advice on EHS management to Project Team
  • ­Provide technical advice on all relevant EHS issues to team
  • ­Promote and develop a positive Health and Safety Culture throughout the project
  • ­Provide new hire orientation to all personnel working on the project
  • ­Lead the investigation of accidents, incidents, and near misses. Determine causative factors and implement corrective action/s to prevent recurrence.
  • ­Conduct regular compliance audits and safety inspections for the project and initiate corrective actions to eliminate hazards and promote a safe work environment.
  • ­Ensure that sub-contractors meet and maintain compliance with DCO Energy EHS standards
  • ­Prepare job and task hazard analyses and maintain safety log book
  • ­Perform daily and weekly safety briefings
  • Maintain OSHA record keeping and training for personnel on site


  • 5+ years related safety work experience in the construction industry
  • Working knowledge of Federal, State and local regulations with the construction industry required OSHA 1926
  • ­Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to physically survey all jobsite operations, including the ability to climb ladders, walk over rough terrain, descend into excavations, etc..
  • ­Ability to work weekends when jobsite operations warrant it
  • ­Computer skills
  • ­Bilingual skills a plus


  • ­CSP, ASP, CHST a plus
  • ­First Aid/CPR trained
  • ­OSHA 500 trainer
  • Competent Person in Excavations
  • ­Permit Required Confined Space Training


Safety Communications Manager

Posted: Aug 19, 2015

The primary role of the Safety Communications Manager is to identify and evaluate a wide range of safety and regulatory issues and assess the impact to the industry that this organization supports and services. This position will also liaise with the full spectrum of health and safety professionals at various companies and ensure a consistent message is being communicated on behalf of the industry. This position requires analytical thinking in a fast paced environment and the ability to meet deadlines. This position may also require some overnight travel.

The Safety Communications Manager’s responsibilities will include attending regularly-scheduled and ad-hoc meeting on behalf of the Vice President of Production Affairs & Safety. The Manager will provide regular updates based on research of industry-and-agency-specific issues, be available as a resource, and make recommendations on initiatives based on comprehensive analysis. The position includes reviewing industry literature and identifying issues and trends that will affect companies. Represent and provide communications for the Production Affairs & Safety Bulletin Subcommittees. Interact with the parallel departments within the organization and external organizations communicating consistent messages. Develop, implement and actively engage in safety research communications. Collaborate with multiple safety representatives within the industry to reach consensuses. The manager will also assist in the development of safety training initiatives and compliance strategies, as well as help to plan, manage, and coordinate the day-to-day needs of Production Affairs & Safety on behalf of the industry.


• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in related field
• Established record of organizational communications, such as presentations, public speaking and publications
• Three or more years of environmental, health, and/or safety experience is strongly preferred
• Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification or other specialty certification in a related field is a major asset
• Experience with local, state, and federal regulatory and governmental agencies is preferred


Safety Engineer

Posted: Aug 19, 2015

In the Safety Engineer position, the successful candidate will:

  • Eliminate or control hazardous conditions resulting from human error, equipment and machine operations that may lead to human injury and/or property damage
  • Apply advanced mathematical techniques, professional engineering principles, methods and techniques; safety-related elements of the physical sciences, ergonomics, psychology and physiology; and safety principles, standards, practices and analytical techniques
  • Work environment is both office and non-climate controlled environment


  • Bachelor’s degree within a related competency
  • Five years safety management experience within a manufacturing environment
  • Completion of safety certifications preferred
  • Strong computer skills
  • Analytical skills with managing and maintaining metrics
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Proven communication and presentation skills within a training environment
  • Success creating a safety first work environment
  • Self-motivated
  • Demonstrated success with multi-tasking, creating, and delivering training programs

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