Northrop Grumman Principal/Sr. Principal Engineer EHS in Linthicum, Maryland
Environmental, Health & Safety
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Northrop Grumman Mission Systems Sector is seeking an EHS Engineer to join our Environmental, Health, Safety, and Fire Protection team at the Advanced Technology Laboratories (ATL) site in Linthicum, Maryland. The selected applicant will be responsible for successfully implementing all occupational health related programs and supporting environmental and safety programs.
Fifty years ago, Northrop Grumman opened ATL to create semiconductors for critical military programs. The facility, now a Department of Defense trusted foundry, has delivered more than eight million components that support missions from undersea to outer space and every domain in between. The foundry maintains a wide range of processes in gallium nitride, gallium arsenide, silicon, and silicon carbide in the production of military spec microelectronic chips, some of which are radiation hardened. Nowhere else in the world will you find a single foundry with this broad mix of device fabrication capabilities. A variety of ground-based, aircraft and space systems programs have sourced components from the laboratory.
Key roles and responsibilities include:
Develops, implements, and maintains occupational health programs to ensure compliance, injury prevention, and risk mitigation.
Oversees the following occupational health programs: asbestos/lead abatement, hearing conservation, respiratory protection, hazard communication, ventilation, non-ionizing radiation (lasers and radiofrequency), and chemical hygiene plans.
Conducts qualitative and quantitative hazard assessments to include exposure monitoring for physical and chemical agents.
Completes industrial and office ergonomic evaluations to reduce risk factors that cause musculoskeletal disorders.
Conducts internal compliance inspections and identifies actions necessary to meet regulatory requirements.
Reviews and interprets existing and proposed environmental, health, and safety (EHS) regulations to determine applicability and impact for site.
Partners with engineers, scientists, and management to support the integration of EHS into the design of new or altered processes and operations and building construction projects.
Works to continuously improve the culture, awareness and accountability of EHS programs.
Interfaces with regulatory representatives, senior management, the site EHS Committee, and the Emergency Response, and Crisis Management teams.
Additional roles and responsibilities may include:
Supports the site's environmental, safety, and fire protection programs.
Provides timely and accurate submission of necessary reports to internal stakeholders, electronic databases, and regulatory agencies.
Writes and updates EHS plans and procedures.
Applies for new permits and renewals.
Coordinates EHS training for employees and conducts instructor-led EHS training.
The position can be filled at a Level 3 or 4.
Job Category : Environmental, Health & Safety