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Safety Manager Jobs in Oregon

At IES Communications, we understand the critical role that Safety Manager Jobs in Oregon play in maintaining a secure and productive work environment. Our commitment to excellence is reflected in our dedication to nurturing personal and professional growth, making us an ideal choice for those looking to make a significant impact in the field of safety management. By joining our team, you'll be part of an organization that values innovation, diversity, and the well-being of both our employees and the communities we serve, ensuring a rewarding career path as a Safety Manager in Oregon.

Why a Job as a Safety Manager in Oregon is a great idea.

Opting for a job as a Safety Manager in Oregon is an excellent career move. In this role, you'll be at the forefront of ensuring workplace safety, crucial in maintaining high morale and productivity among employees. Oregon's diverse industries, from forestry to tech, offer unique challenges and learning opportunities, making every day engaging and rewarding. Plus, with the state’s strong emphasis on worker rights and environmental sustainability, you’ll contribute meaningfully to both individual well-being and broader societal goals. It’s not just a job; it’s a chance to make a real difference.

Why Work for IES communications in Oregon?

Choosing to work for IES Communications in Oregon means joining a team that values its greatest asset - our employees. We're committed to fostering an environment where personal and professional growth is not just encouraged but actively nurtured, offering you a clear path to build the career you've always wanted. With our focus on cutting-edge technology and industry-leading training, especially relevant for a Safety Manager, you'll be at the forefront of ensuring workplace safety amidst innovative projects. Our dedication to creating opportunities, promoting diversity, and driving the future of telecommunications makes IES Communications the ideal place to enhance your skills and make a tangible impact in both our company and the communities we serve.

Company Benefits

Competitive Wages

Medical, Dental, & Vision Coverage

401(k) Plan

Short Term Disability

Compensated Industry Certifications

Optional long-term disability

Paid Time Off (PTO)

Illness, accident, legal, pet coverage.

Company paid life insurnace

Paid training & defined career path

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What will you do as a Safety Manager at one of IES Communications' Oregon Branches?

In Oregon, our IES team takes pride in ensuring the highest standards of safety across all job sites and levels of operation. Our Division Safety Manager, Regional Safety Manager, and Safety Manager roles embody this commitment through rigorous compliance, education, and leadership. These professionals are instrumental in implementing and overseeing our safety policies, procedures, and programs alongside federal and state standards. They work tirelessly to identify potential hazards, develop action plans for non-compliance issues, and lead initiatives aimed at reducing or eliminating workplace risks. Through comprehensive audits, inspections, training sessions, and presentations, they maintain a culture of safety that permeates every aspect of our operations. Their dedication to fostering an environment where safety is paramount not only protects our employees but also enhances our overall efficiency and reputation. Whether it's conducting root cause investigations, leading OSHA inspection processes, or mentoring stakeholders on best practices, our safety managers in Oregon ensure that IES remains a leader in occupational health and safety within the industry.


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What is the average salary of a Safety Manager in Oregon?

The average salary for a Safety Manager in Oregon is approximately $85,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, industry, and specific location within the state.

How do I become a Safety Manager in Oregon?

To become a Safety Manager in Oregon, you typically need to have a bachelor's degree in safety management, occupational health, or a related field, along with relevant work experience. Additionally, obtaining certifications such as the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) can enhance your qualifications and job prospects.

How long does it take to become a Safety Manager in OR?

To become a Safety Manager in Oregon, the process typically takes between 4 to 6 years. This includes earning a bachelor's degree in safety management or a related field, which takes about 4 years, followed by gaining relevant work experience and possibly obtaining professional certifications, which can take an additional 2 years.

Is being a Safety Manager in Oregon a good job?

Yes, being a Safety Manager in Oregon is considered a good job. It offers the opportunity to significantly impact workplace safety and health, ensuring compliance with regulations and promoting a culture of safety. Additionally, it often comes with competitive salaries and benefits, reflecting the importance and responsibility of the role. With industries in Oregon that prioritize worker safety, such as manufacturing, construction, and healthcare, the demand for skilled Safety Managers remains high, making it a rewarding career choice.

How much does a Safety Manager in OR make?

A Safety Manager in OR typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Safety Managers in Oregon?

Yes, there is a significant demand for Safety Managers in Oregon. This need stems from various industries prioritizing workplace safety and compliance with regulatory standards.

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