Michels Corp Health, Safety, and Environmental Coordinator - Power Utility - Michels Energy Group, Inc. in Lubbock, Texas
Health, Safety, and Environmental Coordinator - Power Utility - Michels Energy Group, Inc.
Location Lubbock, TX
Employment duration Full time
Added to system 9/18/23 2:41 PM
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Building and maintaining our nation’s energy infrastructure is both an opportunity and a responsibility. Whether in a rural or urban environment or a hot or cold climate, Michels Energy Group, Inc. is trusted by our customers to deliver reliable and diverse energy options. We do it all – from electrical power lines to oil and gas pipelines, from backbone transmission systems to in-town distribution networks. Our work improves lives. Find out how a career at Michels Energy Group, Inc. can change yours.
Why Michels Energy Group, Inc.?
Engineering News-Record ranks us as the No. 1 Pipeline (Petroleum) and No. 1 Electrical Transmission/Distribution Contractor
We believe everyone is responsible for promoting safety, regardless of job title
We are family owned and operated
We invest an average of $5,000 per employee on training each year
We always put safety and quality above speed
We are a part of the Michels family of companies – one of North America’s largest, most diversified energy and infrastructure contractors
We offer a comprehensive benefits program, including Health, Dental, Life, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Account, Short Term and Long Term Disability Insurance, 401(k) plan, Legal Plan, and Identity Theft and Monitoring Plan. Depending on your positions and location you may participate in a different benefit plan.
You like to surround yourself with dedicated, value-driven people
You believe there is a solution to every challenge – and you can find it
You understand the importance of small details on large projects
You like to know your efforts are noticed and appreciated
You want to make your own decisions, but know support is always available
You want to work to make a difference in people’s lives
What it takes?
Previous experience with construction power utility – substation or datacenter preferred
5-10 years of field experience (desired)
Board of Certified Safety Professional Credentialing (desired)
A valid driver license for the type(s) of vehicles you may be driving and an acceptable driving record
Ability to work a flexible and varied work schedule, including nights and weekends
Ability to travel frequently and for extended periods of time