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Risk Manager

Westmoreland County is seeking applicants for the position of Risk Manager for Westmoreland County. This position is to manage the county Safety Meetings, evacuation training and facility safety walkthroughs, provides facility and personnel safety recommendations, coordination fire alarm system inspections/tests, and creates fire evacuation plans. Also, this position will coordinate and test dry and wet fire systems, provides bid document specifications for fire alarm system upgrades, creates fire extinguisher inspections/testing requisitions, coordinates all air mask tests, acts as the resource of NFPA & Life Safety Code regulations regarding facilities, and county liaison with Simplex Grinnell and City of Greensburg Fire Inspector for all fire systems needs. Other responsibilities include coordination of the administration of the storage tank and spill prevention program per 25 Pa. Code Chapter 245, performs loss summary data claims audits, develops, modifies and improves safety/emergency programs and trainings.

Applicants must have a bachelors  or 4 Year Degree in safety sciences, risk management or related field required. Risk management certification and relevant Federal and State mandated safety certifications, renewed annually, with three (3) to five (5) years of previous work experience with progressive responsibility in managing, training and directing safety/emergency programs.

County residency must be established within 180 days and maintained throughout employment.  Resumes, cover letters, county applications and salary requirements should be sent to:

Alexis Bevan, Associate Director of Human Resources
2 N. Main Street
Suite 108
Greensburg, PA  15601
Or may be emailed to

Deadline for applications is 9/28/2020. Emailed applications must place Risk Manager in the subject line
EOE


Source: Employment in Westmoreland

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