Job Name:
Safety, Health & Environmental Supervisor

General information

Location: Aurora, OH
Andersen Corporation
Posting City: Aurora, OH
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Job Category:
Health, Safety and Environment, Manufacturing
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Description & Requirements



We’re focused on bringing more light into people’s lives by helping them create healthier, happier spaces to build memories and do what they love. This applies to our team, too. By celebrating our differences and embracing a positive work-life balance, we are recognized as a Yellow Ribbon company, one of Forbes Magazine’s 2021 “America’s Best Large Employers” and a “Best Employer for Diversity.” As a 2021 Energy Star Partner of the Year, Andersen is also committed to environmental health and sustainability. No matter your role, you’ll have the opportunity to make a difference.



Coordinates, develops, and implements site safety and environmental programs to ensure continuous improvement, regulatory compliance, and alignment with operations objectives and Enterprise Safety/Health and Environmental Services guidelines. Under site leader direction and guidance from Enterprise Safety and Environmental Services, manages projects and programs tied to the annual plan that lead to successful site safety and environmental performance outcomes, including reduced work-related injuries/illnesses and associated costs, and environmental compliance metrics. Also provides oversight of staff and site program execution in 1-2 other areas such as Environmental, Health Services, or Workers Comp admin (area of supervision may vary by site).




  • Prioritizes and coordinates work activities between Enterprise Safety and business unit leaders to identify safety initiatives and action plans to improve safety performance. Serves in an advisory capacity to business unit management in regard to safety and issues in supervised area (environmental health, health services, or workers comp). In large sites, this role may perform these responsibilities under direction of a Site Safety & Health Manager .
  • Manage and coordinate Andersen’s environmental programs at the facility including the completion of environmental inspections, routine tasks including monitoring, testing and data collection and maintain environmental records as needed to comply with the facilities environmental requirements and permits.  Review plans as needed to ensure they are up to date and align with regulatory requirements.
  • Develop, lead and manage safety projects based on identified business annual objectives and prioritized safety needs, i.e. ergonomics, safety management system, safety coaching program.  Aligns Enterprise strategies with business unit objectives to effectively develop and deliver site-specific safety programs.  
  • Supervise staff in related functional area that may include Environmental, Health Services, or Workers Comp (specific area supervised may vary by site). Ensures site-specific compliance activities are being met in partnership with Enterprise-level functional leadership and support staff (e.g., Corporate Disability Management, Enterprise Safety and Environmental), set schedules, assign work, and monitor performance. Ensure that direct reports have the knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to perform their jobs. Responsible for performance management and development of assigned team. Leads efforts to build and sustain a behavior-based safety culture.  
  • Conducts safety and environmental evaluations (e.g. audits, inspections, accident investigations, etc.) with site management and assists in the execution of corrective actions. Trains supervisors and support staff accordingly to support various environmental and safety programs. Acts as a lead (with corporate support) on any regulatory audits.
  • Works with site leadership and manufacturing engineering to conduct safety assessments of new or modified equipment/processes in accordance with Andersen’s Safety Assessment Procedure.  Participates in problem solving/resolution exercises. Seeks direction from Enterprise Safety in standards interpretations and challenging situations.

May support site OSHA inspections and assist in maintaining accuracy records per established guidelines

  • Analyzes safety performance indicators to identify trends and loss activities and assists in prioritizing appropriate countermeasures. Develops and initiates projects in partnership with Enterprise Safety based on identified business unit needs in order to implement processes/procedures/best practices that reduce safety and environmental risks to associates.
  • Oversee and/or conduct site specific safety and environmental training programs (e.g. incident investigation, lockout/tagout, powered industrial trucks, ergonomics, safety inspections, Job Safety Analysis, audiometric testing, hazardous waste, stormwater, air compliance, spill response etc.)as necessary and/or as directed by Enterprise Safety. This includes new associate orientations aimed at reducing exposure to workplace hazards and compliance with applicable standards.
  • Leads and supervises site safety staff fostering a servant leadership approach. Supervise staff in related function such as Environmental, Health Services, or Workers Comp.

Leads cross-functional project teams and may coordinate/lead site committees




  • Minimum of a Bachelor's degree (Master's preferred) in Safety Engineering, Environmental Management, or related discipline or the equivalent combination of education & experience
  • Minimum of 5+ years of experience in the safety field and/or environmental management preferably with manufacturing
  • Technical knowledge of OSHA, EPA, NFPA, NEC, ANSI code regulations and compliance
  • Minimum of 3+ years of formal leadership experience managing direct reports
  • Proven track record of successfully delivering outstanding results 
  • Experience leading behavior based safety programs
  • Ability to develop a strong team through ongoing coaching and development
  •  Strategic planning and aligning organizational goals with safety initiatives



“Be Orange. Be You” is how we express our belief that by embracing our differences and empowering you, we’ll be a stronger team able to accomplish what otherwise wouldn’t be possible. This Orange spirit has helped us become the #1 innovative window and door brand* and the one homeowners love the most.** It’s also why we’re committed to supporting you to approach each day with a bright outlook.


Benefits include, and are not limited to:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance
  • Health Savings Account contributions
  • Paid holidays plus PTO
  • 401(k) plan & contributions
  • Professional development and tuition reimbursement opportunities
  • Charity contributions
  • Nationwide career opportunities

We look forward to seeing how your unique skills, background and experiences will inspire our team and help us continue to be the leader we are today.

* 2020 Andersen brand surveys of U.S. contractors, builders & architects

** 2020 Andersen Brand Survey of U.S. homeowners



In 2023, Andersen has set a profit-sharing target of $4,000 per eligible employee, prorated as appropriate. Profit sharing will be paid out in quarterly installments to provide eligible employees with payments throughout the year, with payment amounts tied to quarterly operating profit performance.  


Andersen is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, age, disability, marital status, national origin, citizenship, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.



Posting City:
Aurora, OH