Safety and Risk Manager is responsible for providing leadership and direction for the company's health and safety programs. The manager represents the company's safety culture and values and demonstrates the ability to lead a progressive organization in assessing occupational health and safety risks. Develops and implements strategies that drive constant improvement in occupational health and safety efforts for the company's employees and operations.
· Manages risk and safety programs and leads a safe work culture accordance with Lakeshore values. Establishes best practice standards, continuously improves safety efforts, and partners with senior leadership to finalize health and safety policies and procedures.
· Develops and maintains strong working relationships across all groups and business units with individuals at all levels. Develops effective health and safety policies and procedures and inspires continued engagement from all staff.
· Site point of contact for inspections/audits conducted by regulatory agencies such as OSHA
Monitors and ensures Occupational Safety training and recordkeeping. Oversight, coordination and recordkeeping for annual FA/CPR/AED training. Review OSHA 300 Log, 300A Summary, and 301 Forms adhering to required posting schedule.
· Interface with Liability and Workers Compensation carrier, including the attendance of Quarterly Claim Review at the Safety Committee. Review trends and opportunities for safety enhancements. Supports Workers Compensation and Liability claims tracking, investigation, and management process. Partners with Human Resources on injury management and return-to-work efforts.
· Lead incident investigations by conducting root-cause analyses to determine areas of opportunity to prevent future incidents
· Administers and ensures that powered equipment certifications and safe operating records.
· Conducts random safety audits for properties. Coordinates risk assessment audits by insurance carriers annually. Makes and tracks recommendations as appropriate.
· Maintains current knowledge of local, state, and federal regulatory requirements and uses that knowledge to determine the most effective ways to meet health and safety objectives
· Establishes effective standards and methods for measuring safety performance. Seeks input from leaders and project managers on safety program improvement opportunities. Sets site goals and targets and monitors progress. Ensures open communication on status and resolution of improvement opportunities.
· Develops effective procedures for corrective and preventive actions.
Facilities Management-Maintenance, Other, Real Estate Agent-Broker, Property Management
$55,000 - $65,000
NO Security Clearance
Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Safety, Health, or related preferred or equivalent experience.
Certified Safety Trainer preferred.
3-5 years of progressive professional experience developing, implementing, and managing Health and Safety programs.
Real estate and/or construction experience preferred.
Demonstrated understanding of principles and methods for establishing an appropriate and effective health and safety training curriculum, as well as training design, evaluation, teaching, and instruction to individuals at all levels of responsibility.
Knowledge of local, state, and federal health and safety regulations.
Demonstrated ability to organize, compose, and proofread technical business documents.
Highly proficient with MS Office Suite.
Outstanding interpersonal, written, and verbal communication/presentation skills with capability to successfully advise and influence the company’s management and executive teams and develop and maintain productive working relationships with individuals at all levels of responsibility.
Decisive and results-oriented, with strong business acumen, analysis, and problem-solving skills.
High level of professional integrity, accountability, and ability to build trust and credibility, address difficult issues and effectively resolve disputes quickly and effectively.
Physical Requirements / Work Environment
Normal office environment with moderate noise levels, occasional lifting of up to 50 lbs., prolonged sitting, and regular walking, bending, standing and reaching.
Ability to perform consistent work on a PC with prolonged view of a monitor/screen.
Willingness and ability to travel 25% of the time or more property locations across the country.
FLSA CLASS: Exempt
REPORTS TO: Director of Training
SUPERVIOSRY RESPONSIBILITIES: None
JOB CATEGORY: Human Capital
POSITION CLASS: Professional
POSITION CODE: SARIMGR
The number of occupied homes less delinquent customers. Collects rent timely and makes efforts to minimize delinquent payments. Treats residents with respect and helps them see and understand the value in living in our community by the way we maintain the property and provide amenities and services to our residents.
Manages expenses according to budget as appropriate. This entails establishing realistic budgets and managing the day to day expenses within agreed upon budgets. Insures equipment is well-maintained and accounted for. Identifies and mitigates utility issues before they become large expenses.
Property Appearance and Maintenance
Maintains the appearance of the streets, amenities, landscaping and buildings according to Lakeshore standards. Continues to look for ways to improve the property and increase the value of property to residents and LSM.
Lives the values of the organization. Treats peers, co-workers and boss with respect and humility. Demonstrates kindness and compassion with one another. Pro-actively uses communication tools to impart information and reduce conflict. Deals effectively with conflict as it arises. Helps others as needed.
Exceeds resident expectations by anticipating their needs and delivering solutions. Insures the property and amenities are well maintained. When concerns arise by residents they are addressed quickly and effectively. Be accountable to residents when mistakes or missteps occur. Build effective relationships with residents so that they know we are committed to providing a well-maintained community.
LOCATION: Tampa, Florida
COMPENSATION: $55,000-$65,000/Yr. (Based on experience)
Lakeshore Management embraces Diversity and Inclusion, and is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, or protected veteran status. Applicants are encouraged to confidentially self-identify when applying. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of background investigation. Lakeshore is a smoke-free and drug-free workplace. Pre-employment drug screening is required. No recruiters or agencies without a previously signed contract. Only candidates whose profiles closely match requirements will be contacted during this search.
Covid-19 Protocols for all Candidates:
Social Distancing (6 feet)
Masks are required
We provide sanitizer to keep hands clean
If arrangements are needed please discuss with Hiring Manager
Lakeshore Management is a private operator of mobile home communities throughout the United States, managing and operating both all ages and 55+ communities. Our mission is to provide excellent customer service and satisfaction to our residents through empowered team members who operate our communities effectively, efficiently, and ethically. Lakeshore is a dynamic, fast-growing company that has been in business since 1998 and has seen 65% growth in the past 10 years in 9 states.
At Lakeshore we hold our customers, employees, and communities in the highest regard. We strive to incorporate both the needs of our company and the needs of our ever-changing world into our entrepreneurial environment. Lakeshore embraces Diversity and Inclusion, and is an equal opportunity employer.