DescriptionWe have an exciting opportunity for a safety professional or safety leader from any industry to join our team as our Safety Coordinator at our seed production facility in Hermiston, OR! Our Hermiston team is a wonderful, diverse group to work with. Our business offers strong opportunities for growth and development. We are looking for self-starters who can efficiently manage different tasks and effectively prioritize time effectively to join our team. If you can work autonomously and within teams successfully, then this is the place for you!At Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont our employees enjoy a work-life balance with an excellent benefits package that begins on your first day of employment. This includes a generous 401k match, health and dental insurance, 15 days of vacation, a variable bonus plan, and much more. Dont forget to take advantage of our Tuition Reimbursement Program and memberships to online communities for professional growth and development (free access to all material on Lynda.com, CEB, and more!). If you want to work at a fantastic, clean, safe facility that always provides amazing challenges and variety of work for you to tackle with a great team, then this is the place for you. What we do offers the opportunity for career growth and learning and goes way outside the box of widget manufacturing.Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Interpret and provide information on laws, regulations, and company policies and procedures Administer safety programs, conduct employee training and complete risk management assessments in the areas of safety, occupational health, and hazardous waste management Support location in record-keeping of Occupational Safety & Health programs Safety/Loss Prevention: Review, interpret and implement the Corteva safety, loss prevention and occupational health programs for compliance with applicable local and regional SHE regulations Develop and implement site specific safety policies/programs Review facility operations and consult with Risk Management, site safety committee, SHE networks and employees to identify unsafe working conditions and develop appropriate controls or alternatives Assist location management with interpretation and implementation of all facets of risk management work Provide SHE energy to the location, demonstrated by frequent and consistent communication about the importance of safety & risk management effortsQualificationsThe following are required: High School Diploma or GED Two to four (2-4) years of agricultural production safety, manufacturing safety, or other related experience (equivalent relevant experience and education will be considered) Valid Drivers License Able to operate specialized safety equipment and alarms, plus access and audit a wide variety of safety conditions including elevated areas, crawl spaces, machinery safety, etc. Excellent communication skills Teamwork skills Coaching & leadership skills Willing and able to work in a variety of areas (field, plant, warehouse) Willing and able to climb and/or work in elevated areas; standing and sitting for extended periods Willing and able to work both outdoors and indoors in hot, cold, wet and dry conditions Willingness and ability to work overtime hours including weekend work required during seasonal peaks High level computer abilitiesThe following are preferred: Two year technical diploma/degree or equivalent OSHA 10-hr or 30-hr training certification Program Management & Training: Thorough understanding of record keeping requirements, incident reporting, incident investigation, and timeframes for each program. Workplace Safety: Knowledge of First Aid, CPR, and AED skills and certification; thorough knowledge of safety regulations Occupational Health: Thorough knowledge of basic industrial hygiene and occupational health hazards and regulations Fire Prevention & Response: Understanding of fire codes, standards, and regulations. (fire detection & alarm system testing and maintenance, flammable liquid storage, hot work permits, etc.) Environmental: Awareness of applicable environmental policies, standards, guidelines, regulations, and local requirements. (spill containment, facility waste stream & disposal requirements, etc.) High attention to detail is needed to maintain awareness of existing and proposed safety codes/regulations and company guidelines plus maintain and analyze appropriate data Proactive problem-solver, able to make decisions in time sensitive conditionsApply for this job.