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Safety Manager Jobs in Texas

Safety Manager Jobs in Texas with IES Communications offer a unique opportunity to join an organization deeply committed to the growth and safety of both its clients and team members. By stepping into this role, you become a pivotal part of our mission to lead with innovation, ensuring top-notch safety standards while enjoying the rich culture and vibrant lifestyle that Texas has to offer.

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

Opting for a job as a Safety Manager in Texas not only promises a fulfilling career but also an enriching life outside the workplace. The state's diverse landscapes, from the serene Hill Country to the lively cities of Austin and Dallas, offer endless adventures that cater to every interest. Here, barbecue and football are more than just pastimes; they're traditions that bring people together, creating a strong sense of community. This vibrant cultural tapestry, combined with the professional opportunities, makes Texas an ideal setting for those looking to make a significant impact while enjoying a quality lifestyle.

Why Work for IES communications in Texas?

Choosing to join the IES Communications team in Texas as a Safety Manager means becoming part of an organization that values your growth and development just as much as our own success. We pride ourselves on fostering an environment where you're not only challenged to make a meaningful difference for our clients and communities but also supported in crafting a career that aligns with your personal and professional aspirations. With our commitment to leading the telecommunications industry through innovation, continuous learning, and embracing cutting-edge technology, your role will be pivotal in ensuring the safety and quality standards that propel us forward. At IES Communications, we believe our greatest asset is our people, and by joining us, you're set to become a vital part of our journey towards shaping the future of telecommunications, all while building the life you envision.

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' Texas Branches?

At IES, our Division Safety Manager, Regional Safety Manager, and Safety Manager roles across Texas share a unified mission: to champion, implement, and ensure adherence to comprehensive safety policies, procedures, and programs alongside federal and state standards. These positions are pivotal in developing and conducting training, performing jobsite inspections, identifying potential hazards, and crafting action plans for non-compliance issues with the ultimate goal of reducing or eliminating workplace hazards and incidents. Each role emphasizes the importance of maintaining open communication, fostering an environment of cooperation, and ensuring all employees are well-informed and engaged in safety management decisions. Through diligent oversight, reporting, and mentorship, these managers play a crucial role in upholding the IES Safety Culture and safeguarding the wellbeing of every team member within their respective branches across Texas.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

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

The average salary for a Safety Manager in Texas is approximately $83,000 per year. This figure can vary based on factors such as experience, education, and specific industry.

How do I become a Safety Manager in Texas?

To become a Safety Manager in Texas, you'll need to pursue relevant education such as a bachelor's degree in safety management or a related field and gain experience through internships or entry-level positions in the industry. Additionally, obtaining certifications like the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) can significantly enhance your qualifications and opportunities in this career path.

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

The journey to becoming a Safety Manager in Texas typically spans 4-6 years. This includes earning a bachelor's degree in occupational health, safety, or a related field (about 4 years), followed by gaining relevant experience through internships or entry-level positions. Additional certifications, such as the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) designation, which require at least three years of professional safety experience, can further solidify one's qualifications for this role.

Is being a Safety Manager in Texas a good job?

Absolutely, being a Safety Manager in Texas is considered a good job. It combines rewarding work ensuring workplace safety and compliance with competitive salaries and opportunities for career advancement across various industries. Texas, with its vast industrial landscape, offers a dynamic environment where safety professionals can truly make an impact.

How much does a Safety Manager in TX make?

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

Is there a demand for Safety Managers in Texas?

Yes, there's a significant demand for Safety Managers in Texas. This is driven by the state's expanding industries such as construction, manufacturing, and oil & gas, all of which prioritize workplace safety.

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