Do you want to help make a difference in building America’s infrastructure?
Since 1953, Miller Pipeline has been a leader in building and maintaining America’s infrastructure as a premier underground pipeline construction and repair contractor. Our workforce is made up of highly trained and skilled employees totaling over 3,500 with office locations in 20 states. While continually investing in gas infrastructure programs, Miller Pipeline’s revenues have continued to grow year over year. Do you want to learn more about what we do? Click Who We Are or Frequently Asked Questions so you can get to know us better!
Thinking about joining our team and building a career here? There is no better time than now!
At Miller Pipeline you will gain:
- Growth opportunities for career advancement (Grow Here at Miller Pipeline);
- Competitive wages and industry-leading benefits;
- A team-oriented atmosphere centered around our core values of Safety, Quality, Commitment, and Reputation (Our Core Values);
- On-the-job work and safety training;
- Employee recognition programs, Employee Care Fund, and more (also see Annual Company Picnics).
Take a look at our field work by watching the Day In The Life video.
The Regional Safety Manager provides leadership for operations teams and nurtures a strong culture of safety. He/she will build and maintain professional relationships with all Miller Pipeline associates, implement company safety strategies and manage the performance and professional development of the regional safety staff.
- Technical expert and consultant
- Manage staff performance and facilitate professional development through training, mentoring and coaching.
- Implement programs so that management staff and employees internalize worksite safety practices, fire prevention, material handling/lifting, equipment use and the proper handling of hazardous chemicals.
- Implement safety strategies and best practices; ensure that customer and regulatory requirements are being met.
- Conduct thorough root cause investigations; document and collaborate with operations team to develop reasonable/actionable corrective measures. Above all, communicate results!
- Conduct inspections to identify worksite- and facility-related hazards, and then determine corrective or preventive measures.
- Coordinate fleet safety to comply with DOT regulations. Monitor safety driving telematics daily and work with the management team(s) so that we can continually ensure issues are corrected.
- Communicate safety/quality observations with superintendents weekly to ensure they are all acted upon.
- Help generate materials for monthly safety meetings. Tailor the monthly meeting agenda to the needs and trends of each location. Monitor and coach regional managers in leading effective safety meetings.
- Ensure new employees complete all driver safety requirements before starting work in the field.
- Track and trend safety/quality metrics for each area within the region, and then document and provide data to superintendents monthly.
- Monitor all damage prevention-related recognition and disciplinary actions. Ensure proper documentation and communication.
- Travel occasionally, including some overnight.
- Bachelor’s degree in occupational health/safety or a related field from an accredited university with 2+ years construction experience. Similarly, an associate’s degree with combined experience and education will be considered.
- Valid driver’s license with good driving record.
- Working knowledge of DOT regulations and construction and/or industrial safety requirements.
- Excellent communication (oral, written and analytical) to share data with all levels of the organization and with customers.
- Build and maintain strong relationships with operations teams and customers.
- Teach staff to conduct training sessions that engage the audience.
- Able to use MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access and Outlook) effectively and to track and analyze critical data.
- Proficiency in root cause analysis and investigation.
- 2+ years construction experience in a leadership role; preferably gas pipeline construction.
- CHST, ASP, CSP, or OSHA 501 certified.
- DOT, National Safety Council or Smith System Driving Instructor certified.
- Confined Space Entry and Rescue certified.
- CPR Instructor certified.
- Bilingual Spanish/English.