Henry Schein Regulatory Affairs Specialist in Billings, Montana
This position is responsible for working with the Associate Regulatory Affairs Manager to create and implement a corporate OSHA compliance program, as well as support hazardous shipping compliance efforts. Research and analyze applicable legislation and Federal, State, and Local regulations to ensure the company's ongoing compliance. The successful candidate must have active knowledge of OSHA regulations, experience handling OSHA compliance efforts, creating and revising related SOPs, and experience with internal auditing (specifically OSHA compliance audits). As well as provide guidance to Operations and other areas of the company on compliance issues with relation to this area of expertise.
Typically responsible for two or more of the following duties:
Research and analyze applicable laws and regulations (OSHA, DOT, IATA, and EPA); develop and implement the necessary policies and procedures to ensure the Company's ongoing compliance with Federal, State, and local requirements.
Implement systems and processes needed to ensure compliance with the applicable OSHA, DOT, IATA, and EPA regulations.
Conduct periodic audits (OSHA, DOT, IATA, and/or EPA) on Henry Schein facilities and customer site visits to assess levels of compliance and risk.
Monitor regulatory changes/revisions, update existing standard operating procedures (SOPs) to reflect these changes, then implement.
Assist with hazardous shipping compliance - Department of Transportation and International Air Transport Association regulations.
Coordinate the implementation of systems and procedures to ensure compliance with OSHA, DOT, IATA, and EPA regulations.
Support Distribution Center management and designated staff on the actions necessary to maintain regulatory compliance.
Provide support during government inspections and formulating the appropriate response and corrective actions.
Provide guidance to the company and subsidiaries to perform actions in order to maintain regulatory compliance for various facilities.
Provide support to Corporate Brand Development Group and other Business Units researching issues pertaining to regulatory matters.
Develop appropriate awareness and training programs for TSMs consistent with regulatory compliance policies and procedures (OSHA, DOT, IATA, and EPA).
Participate in special projects and performs other duties as required.
Typically 2 to 4 years of related professional experience.
Bachelor's Degree or global equivalent in an occupational health and safety-related discipline. Typically hold 1 or more industry certifications.
GENERAL SKILLS & COMPETENCIES:
Professional skills with an understanding of industry practices and company policies and procedures.
Developing proficiency with tools, systems, and procedures.
Microsoft Office skills (especially Excel, PowerPoint, and Word)
Good planning/ organizational skills and techniques.
Developing problem-solving skills.
Good writing and communication skills.
Excellent conflict resolution skills.
Good decision-making skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Exercise judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate action.
Direction from the manager/director is needed on some issues.
SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:
Thorough understanding of regulations applicable to HS operations
Experience handling Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance or working in an environmental health and safety (EHS) related field
Knowledge of hazardous shipping regulations related to the Department of Transportation (DOT) and International Air Transport Association (IATA)
Internal auditing experience (OSHA, EPA, DOT, and IATA)
TRAVEL/ PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Travel typically 10% to 20%
The posted range for this position is $53,280-$79,920 which is the expected starting base salary range for an employee who is new to the role to fully proficient in the role. Many factors go into determining employee pay within the posted range including prior experience, current skills, location/labor market, internal equity, etc.
This position is eligible for a bonus not reflected in the posted range.
Other benefits available include: Medical, Dental and Vision Coverage, 401K Plan with Company Match, PTO, Paid Parental Leave, Income Protection, Work Life Assistance Program, Flexible Spending Accounts, Educational Benefits, Worldwide Scholarship Program and Volunteer Opportunities.
For more information about career opportunities at Henry Schein, please visit our website at: www.henryschein.com/careers
Henry Schein, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against applicants or employees on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, disability that can be reasonably accommodated without undue hardship, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, citizenship, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.