Environmental Health & Safety BU & Site Manager


Shelbyville, Kentucky


Environmental, Health & Safety

Reports To

Site General Manager

Greenfield is looking for a Greenfield is looking for an EH&S BU & Site Manager to join our growing team. We have an exciting opportunity for an EHS (Environmental, Health, & Safety) Leader to provide technical leadership and direct the Shelbyville, KY site and the BU (3 sites) environmental, industrial hygiene, and safety (EHS) activities. The Shelbyville site is a critical manufacturing facility for specialty chemical ingredients for pharmaceutical excipients, food flavors, beverages, and industrial alcohol blends. The successful candidate will be responsible for safety, industrial hygiene, environmental management, and local, state, and federal compliance and reporting for the site. In addition, the role serves as the EHS representative on the site's management leadership team. to join our growing team.

Who We Are:

Greenfield Global is a leading producer and supplier of high-value, mission-critical raw materials, ingredients, and additives that are vital to businesses and integral to a lower carbon economy. From start-ups to the largest brands in the world, customers trust Greenfield’s extensive portfolio of premium products, regulatory expertise, and industry-leading service to improve people’s lives and the health of the planet.

Why Join Greenfield?

We innovate, collaborate, and work with purpose. By unlocking the potential of people, partnerships, and nature to accelerate sustainable solutions for the health of the planet, our work has a positive impact on the environment around the world. We’re always looking for people who can bring new talents and experience to our team.

Who You Are:
  • Bachelor’s degree in a basic or technical degree in EHS management or relevant work experience in EH&S
  • A minimum of 5+ years of site operations related to chemical handling
  • Strong leadership, people management, and develop skills in an industrial environment (Chemical Industry Strongly Preferred)
  • Experience in a fast-paced chemical manufacturing environment is preferred
  • Must possess effective interpersonal and communication abilities
Your Experience Should Include:
  • Multi-site Management, preferably global
  • Chemical Manufacturing background
  • Incident/Accident Investigation & subsequent Corrective Action
  • Risk assessment/risk management skills
  • Ability to effectively communicate administrative policies and procedures
  • Conflict management and problem-solving skills
  • Communication, meeting, and presentation skills
  • In-depth knowledge of OSHA and EPA standards
  • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple tasks and deadlines, manage change, and work independently.
  • Critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to explain technical concepts in simple terms
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Demonstrated ability to utilize computer software (Microsoft Office, intra/internet, etc.), including helping to implement the Cority industrial hygiene software system
Job Responsibilities:

BU EH&S Manager:

  • Develop, implement, and communicate policies and establish goals to assist in meeting the requirements of corporate and governmental standards including OSHA and EPA
  • Build working relationships with Business Unit (BU) leadership and provide direction for implementing cultural changes in BU Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S)
  • Maintain awareness to changes and new regulatory requirements via regulatory body updates and implement policies and procedures to maintain compliance
  • Manage Safety Data Sheet program including generation of new SDS’s with 3rd Party vendor support
  • Interpretation of regulations to meet local, state, and federal compliance requirements
  • Monitor and oversee all federal, state, and local environmental regulatory environmental compliance plans and reporting
  • Monitor and oversee Haz-Waste disposal programs according to federal and state regulations and facility permits
  • Perform the timely submission of all regulatory reporting requirement (e.g., Tier II, TRI, RCRA, TSCA, PHMSA, etc.) with support from site EH&S managers as needed
  • Provide mentorship, leadership & support to site EHS professionals and create inclusive environment to facilitate learning and communication
  • Support the completion of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) surveys and associated activity
  • Other activities, duties, and responsibilities as assigned

Site EH&S Manager:

  • Primary interface with local, state, and federal agency representatives on all compliance issues for the KY manufacturing site.
  • Provide EH&S training for new hire and existing employees on policies, regulations, and procedures via company Learning Management System and/or in-person training.
  • Prepare and present EH&S metrics and site updates to management
  • Identify, eliminate and control hazardous conditions that may lead to injury and/or property damage using safety standards, best managed practices, and EH&S policies and programs
  • Lead the site Safety Committee including agenda development, action-item assignment, and follow-up
  • Review and investigate incident reports, perform root cause analysis, and propose actionable solutions to mitigate future risk
  • Maintain OSHA record keeping reporting including but not limited to OSHA-300 logs and training
  • Maintain site security program compliance with Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) regulations as well as state and local requirements for first responders.
  • Lead emergency response for all site EH&S incidents
  • Facilitate Emergency Response Plan preparedness and conduct routine emergency drills to ensure a constant state of readiness
  • Manage and ensure compliance with OSHA Process Safety Management (PSM)
  • Conduct Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) and Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) as needed
  • Ensure compliance with Department of Transportation (DOT) and Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) regulations by ensuring use of proper packaging, labeling, and transportation for Greenfield products
  • Manage proper handling, storage, disposal, and reporting as required for all Large Quantity Generators (LQG) of hazardous chemical waste according to Federal and State regulations and facility permits
  • Maintain site Storm Water Prevention Pollution Plan (SWPPP), Ground Water Protection Plan (GPP), and Spill Prevention Control Countermeasure (SPCC) plans including routine inspections, record upkeep of all corresponding documents, and support of 3rd party environmental service
  • Participate in corporate safety committees, activities, and reporting
  • Manage Contractor safety management system
  • Perform routine facility inspections to ensure compliance with EH&S systems
  • Manage industrial hygiene program and oversee any required sampling
  • Coordinate worker’s compensation case management in partnership with People & Culture and Operations staff

Total Compensation & Care:

  • Base salary dependent on experience and demonstrated performance
  • Formal and informal training opportunities
  • Comprehensive health and dental benefits
  • Income protection: short- and long-term disability coverage, life insurance, paid
    personal sick time
  • Vacation time exceeding industry standards
  • Company funded retirement savings program with individual contribution
  • Meaningful and challenging work
  • Curated intentional culture focused on growth and development, engagement, and

About Us

We own and operate five distilleries, four specialty chemical manufacturing and packaging plants, and three next-generation biofuel and renewable energy R&D centers. This integrated model enhances supply chain transparency, quality control, custom formulation development, and ultimately customer satisfaction.

Core Values

  • Honesty
  • Integrity
  • Respect
  • Commitment
  • Openness to Change
  • Core Principles


We are constantly seizing opportunities to develop new products, processes and methods to meet the diverse and demanding requirements of our customers.


We are part catalyst, part collaborator. We work with partners to get the most out of our existing products, and to develop custom solutions for our customer requirements.


Our commitment to give back to local communities in the US and Canada goes beyond the bottom line. We give back to the planet by processing renewable resources into low carbon fuels and chemicals.


Our team is not only fast, we has the flexibility and creativity to pivot with customer needs to develop custom-made, on-time solutions.


At every plant, and for every customer, for every shipment, we put quality first. We operate a tight, transparent supply chain while meeting the highest regulatory standards.