As EHS Officer you will drive the Zero Harm Culture @
Siemens in the Netherlands, making sure that we are all safe at work and that
our colleagues return to their family and friends as healthy as when they
started the day in a
large international engineering company #FutureMakers
“We make real what matters”
Hans Winters is
looking for a new EHS Officer to fit into his dynamic team for Siemens in the
Netherlands. As CEO of Siemens Netherlands, Hans is actively driving safety as
a business task. The EHS Officer will be reporting directly to Hans and will
actively work together with both local and international colleagues.
Siemens our work in the Environment, Health and Safety department involves making
sure that we have a risk-based and hands-on approach to EHS. We must comply
with rules and regulations on health and safety, and surely policy, processes
and quality systems are important. At Siemens we firmly believe that managing
safety comes down to being at the job, the workplace or the project location
when it matters. Especially when high risk work is being performed. We believe
in looking out for each other on the job, not in hierarchy.
In your role as EHS Officer you will work in a distributed team. For example, with the EHS experts and leads in the
business, but also with responsible business management. In addition, you will also
have frequent contact with partners, subcontractors and customers of the
projects we work on.
You will be responsible for:
- Work place visits
and investigations, to determine and improve safety on the job.
- Lead and coordinate
the team of dedicated EHS professionals in the business.
- Develop and drive
the Zero Harm and Healthy @ Siemens culture.
- Maintain an
effective and efficient EHS management framework, including policy, budget,
year plans, programs, monitoring and reporting.
- Ensuring our EHS
framework (and the implementation thereof) is internally and externally audited
- You maintain relations
with international colleagues at headquarters and regulatory and government
agencies in the Netherlands.
“What does this role feel like?”
On any given day you will visit a worksite
or project location, where Siemens colleagues are working, to determine the
safety on the job. You will give direct feedback, based on your experience and expertise
to individuals or engage with management to improve safety.
Later that day you could have a call
with a supplier that is working with us to improve job safety. In a telco with
our international headquarter you discuss the focus points for health
management for the next year. One of the EHS professionals in the business
calls you to discuss the quarterly reporting and analysis for EHS for that
business line. In between appointments you stop by our barista at the office
for a freshly brewed coffee and manage your inbox and your calendar.
“What do you need to
make real what matters?”
- You are
educated to at least HBO (higher professional education) degree level and you have
a “Hogere Veiligheidskunde” certification
- You have a three-
to five-years’ work experience as an EHS professional in a comparable industry
(electrotechnical, infrastructure, building)
- You are
result oriented. You believe in a risk-based and common-sense approach to
health and safety
- You can
combine practical do’s and don’ts with a good business understanding. You are
able to address unsafe working conditions professionally, on all levels of
- You are
proficient with (digital) technology and know how to apply digital technology
in order to achieve higher safety on our jobs
- Expert knowledge
of Dutch rules and regulations, as well as the actual practice on health and
safety in the Dutch context
in Dutch and English is a must for this position.
“We have quite a lot to offer, but what’s in it for you?”
A good salary.
27 days' holiday and 13 days
"working time reduction" (ADV) days per year.
You will be part of an
opportunities thanks to our training offer.
Fitness and seated massage
opportunities during or after work.
“We don’t need superheroes, but super minds” – We're
looking for you!
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If you have any questions, please contact Eline
Prins-Corsmit (Talent Acquisition Specialist) at 06-12 88 52 69.
Screening and an assessment are part of the application procedure.
Please do not make use of this vacancy as an acquisition opportunity.