Maintain GPC’s fire safety programs while working as coordinator of fire prevention and life safety activities. This is a seasonal position based out of East Glacier Park. The position reports directly to the Vice President/GM.
Develops, implements and manages the Occupational Safety and Fire Prevention Programs for multi-facility operations situated among Glacier-Waterton International Peace Park’s historic lodges, emphasizing workplace safety, fire hazard recognition and abatement, compliance with OSHA regulations and NFPA standards. Conducts training for 650 employees.
Conducts pre-season and periodic fire systems inspections, maintenance and training, emergency response training, fire extinguisher inspection, and facility fire safety evaluations.
Conducts structural fire suppression equipment inspections, maintenance and functional training, fire/life-safety facility evaluations, inspections and hazard abatement, and emergency response/building evacuation training.
Interfaces with insurers, response agencies, and local, state and Federal regulators as part of periodic inspections and consultations.
Coordinates and develops structural fire protection plans and works to assure contractual and regulatory compliance.
Implements and manages safety and emergency action programs coordinating with general management, people & culture and employee nurse.
Works with all departments organizing and leading on-site inspections, audits, and safety training seminars.
Conducts job-specific and site-specific, pre-season OSHA-mandated safety training for maintenance staff.
Conducts safety committee meetings for all properties.
Handles collection and disposal of special hazardous wastes.
Coordinates with local, state and Federal agencies to assure contractual and regulatory compliance as well as establishment of effective emergency response and law enforcement protocols.
Supports Employee Nurse with supplies, training and logistics, etc.
Maintains all compliance databases and documentation.
Enforces all Company policies and regulations.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Working knowledge of NFPA standards and OSHA regulations.
Current OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER Training.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Requires extensive experience in facilities and large property complexes.
Strong organizational and supervisory skills and human relations skills in dealing with employees, guests and operating management are required.
Demonstrated success in creating safer work environments.
Keen interest in people and promoting teamwork.
Experienced in management, supervision and human resources.
Detail oriented, able to prioritize and work in fast paced environment.
Innovative problem solver able to work with change.
Highly adaptable to working with new people and a variety of facilities in customer-oriented environments.
Skilled in MSOffice and blueprint drawing skills required to interpret project material.
Must have knowledge of the use of power tools.
Must be courteous and friendly in dealing with customers and co-workers.
Work is indoors and outdoors (in changing outside temperatures/weather conditions).