Current Openings

Is your company looking for a qualified Safety Professional? Contact Wyatt Bradbury to have your position posted here!

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Site Safety Manager

Posted: Mar 27, 2019

Job Description: Responsible for the planning, organizing, and coordinating of the company health and safety program, and site-specific safety plan.

It is expected that employee will be responsible for maintaining clear communication with field staff and management.

Candidates local to the Baltimore/DC Metro Area preferred.

Preferred Education, Experience and Qualifications: — • Must be able to meet physical requirements, including the ability to climb ladders, negotiate construction work sites, and lift up to 50 lbs. • Valid drivers license • OSHA 30 • Minimum 3-5 years direct safety experience • Knowledge of safe work practices, OSHA reporting and regulations. • Excellent oral and written communication skills. • Record keeping and injury management skills • First aid & CPR certification • Competent Person Training for fall protection, confined spaces, scaffolding, silica dust, etc. (Preferred) • OSHA 500 (Preferred)

Hawkeye Safety is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Minorities, Women, Disabled and Veterans are encouraged to apply. Please submit resumes to


H&S Specialist

Posted: Feb 14, 2019

I’m working on an exciting opportunity for an H&S Specialist at a brand-new building materials manufacturing facility in Hagerstown, MD.

You will be the standalone EHS professional on-site, responsible for implementing progressive safety procedures and liaising between the plant and the corporate EHS team.

Plenty of progression opportunities within the company as they will continue to expand this site and open new facilities globally.

The target salary range is $72,000-88,000, dependent on experience.

Candidates must have:

✔️ At least 2-3 years of EHS experience in manufacturing

✔️ Bachelor’s degree

✔️ Strong interpersonal skills and ability to take ownership of all EHS programs at the site

Feel free to send your resume to if this sounds like a good fit!

VA Regional Safety Manager

Posted: Feb 08, 2019


Newly created safety leadership position with a growing, distribution company based in Northern Virginia.  


Area Safety Manager (3 local distribution facilities)

February 2019


Degree: BS Safety or related technical degree

Years of Experience: 5+


Industry: Distribution and Warehousing Operations

*Competitive base salary and annual bonus potential

Must have at least 5+ years of safety and health experience within distribution, warehousing or manufacturing operations. Position will be responsible for mitigating risk and promoting safety and wellness for (3) local distribution/warehousing sites in the Northern Virginia, Washington, DC and Maryland area totaling (500) employees and over (100) trucks. The position will report into a Corporate Director of Safety and Health.

Position will build and drive safety and risk management initiatives at distribution and warehousing locations in the region. Ability to develop and implement training initiatives, handle workers’ compensation case management, ergonomics, DOT (preferred experience but not required) and create wellness programs for team members. Personality traits should include being innovative and creative, analytical, strong influencing skills and approachable.

Key Responsibilities of this position include:

5 years minimum of progressive safety experience within distribution or industrial operations

Bachelor’s degree in Safety or technical field

Strong program development, ergonomics, training and workers’ compensation experience

Ability to travel in the local area


For additional information, please contact:

Laura Petraitis-Doll, EHS Recruiter

LS Doll & Associates

Office 708-478-3894 | Cell 708-212-2810 | |

Loss Control – Consultant

Posted: Feb 08, 2019


Starting Salary: $45,000- $93,707; depending on experience and skills

Benefits in addition to compensation include:

  • company car
  • company stock options, including Restricted Share Units and Incentive based stock options
  • paid time off (PTO)
  • 401K with 6% company match

The Cincinnati Insurance Companies currently has an opening for a loss control consultant working in: Baltimore, MD

Loss control consultants provide beneficial services to our local independent agency partners, helping them write and retain commercial insurance clients.  Responsibilities also include conducting multi-line risk evaluations on existing and prospective accounts.


  • develop and maintain positive relationships with our local independent agency partner and their clients
  • conduct risk evaluation surveys to assist in the underwriting process of new and renewal business
  • develop  and maintain productive relationships with underwriters and field team associates
  • provide loss control servicing, such as training, consultation, IH and ergonomic, to existing commercial policyholders
  • prepare technically detailed reports providing a clear assessment of risk and appropriate recommendations
  • attend field territory sales meetings when applicable
  • update marketing and underwriting associates on services status for the field territory
  • review claims and loss trends in order to initiate loss mitigation efforts
  • update agencies on services status for their clients



  • the ability to work remotely and flexibility to travel
  • knowledge of commercial lines insurance products and coverage
  • the ability to develop and conduct training programs
  • knowledge in hazard recognition and control for workers’ compensation, property, fleet, general liability and products liability
  • time management skills and the ability to work independently to accomplish goals
  • interpersonal, consultative and organizational skills
  • proficiencies in Microsoft® Office tools and related software


  • undergraduate degree in engineering or applicable science or related experience and training
  • professional designations such as CSP, CFPS, CIH, OHST, CPCU, ARM or CRM