Marina Landscape, Inc. is looking to hire highly-motivated individuals for the Landscape Construction Safety Manager position at our Northern California Branch. This exempt supervisory job classification is responsible for performing a variety of administrative, supervisory, and safety tasks related to field operations, legal compliance, and program development aimed at creating and sustaining a results-oriented safety culture; perform related work as required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Competencies
Knowledge Areas: safe work practices involving equipment, chemicals, and tools; legal guidelines (Code of Federal Regulations, Cal-OSHA); administrative procedures (e.g., safety forms, documentation, reports); company policies, procedures, and processes; training design, development, and delivery; equipment operation; training program facilitation; PPE; procedures associated with construction, maintenance, erosion control, and shop); staff supervision (e.g., hiring, training, disciplining, evaluating); root cause analysis; project management; planning; Windows Operating System, Microsoft Office suite, and company software; and customer service objectives, norms, and strategies.
Skills: safety principles related to hand tools, equipment, and chemicals; communicate and work effectively with others; time management; use all PPE as required; work independently; conduct training sessions, meetings, and audit routines; remain organized; complete administrative forms (e.g., checklists, audits, QC Program); meeting management; program development; best-practices procedures; interface with government officials as required; Windows Operating System, Microsoft Office suite, and company software; and provide excellent customer service by ensuring clients’ needs are fulfilled in an accurate, complete, and timely fashion by demonstrating courtesy, efficiency, and professionalism.
Safety: Develops, implements, and audits all aspects of the company’s safety program; role models safety principles at all times; leads safety meetings; tracks safety data; trains staff at each location to ensure compliance with all safety policies/reporting procedures.
Results Oriented: Maintains focus on outcomes; is proactive and goal oriented; concentrates on meeting objectives, delivering to the required time, cost and quality; holds performance as more important than process; sets specific, measurable and company-relevant goals and takes efficient action to accomplish success.
Administrative Efficiency: Prepares documents, reports, and communication related to injuries and accidents; maintains accurate, timely, and well-organized files; and demonstrates sufficient attention to detail that ensures all forms, processes, and documentation are thorough, legal, and complete.
Hazard Communication: Follows all chemical procedures (e.g., storing, applying, transporting), SDS information, and label instructions; complies with emergency reporting procedures; define and identify hazardous substances.
People Management: Responsible for staffing, training, and performance management; approves all paperwork; complies with all human resources procedures; views employees as assets.
Customer Service: Consistently exceeds customer expectations; keeps customers well-informed, listens to them attentively, and addresses their concerns; enacts a personal approach to customer service.
Interpersonal Skills: Treats others with respect, collaboration, and support in such a way that work relationships are improved and morale is increased; has effective communication skills.
An example of the preferred education, training, and/or experience that demonstrates possession of the knowledge, skills, and competencies for this position includes: at least four (4) years of professional safety experience in the landscape industry similar to that described above.
Special Note, Licenses, and Certifications
License: Incumbents are required to possess a valid California driver’s license.
Language: Though not required, bilingual English and Spanish skills are desirable.
Certifications: This job classification must possess a Cal-OSHA 30-hour certification within three months in position and maintain that certification annually. Incumbents must attain their CPR-First Aid certification during their first six months of employment and maintain that certification thereafter.
Health Insurance Benefits with Medical, Dental, and Vision
401(k) Retirement Plan
Paid Holidays/Paid Vacation
If you are interested in joining the growing Marina Team, please contact our Human Resources Department at (714) 939-6600 Ext. 452, or visit us at Marinaco.com.
Marina Landscape, Inc. was founded in 1971 and specializes in landscape construction and maintenance projects throughout the Western United States.
In 1971, at just 12 years old, Bob Cowan started a landscape endeavor with his older brother Richard – a small maintenance company called “Cowan Landscape Maintenance”. Over time, the two brothers had developed their company into a thriving enterpr...ise – and transitioned from focusing solely on maintenance accounts to becoming one of California’s largest independent Landscape Construction firms specializing in everything from Landscape Maintenance to Design-Build, Erosion Control and Landscape Construction.
Throughout the years, Marina has been recognized by our peers and customers as the recipient of several of the prestigious Associated General Contractor (AGC) Constructor Award (The “Oscar” of the Construction Industry).
Marina is extremely proud of our diversity of services – from our 25-year maintenance partnership with the Anaheim Resorts District to the award-winning landscape construction of Petco Park in San Diego and Disney’s California Adventure – we’ve partnered with the majority of Public Entities, Engineering, and Building Contractors in the State. Clearly, the Marina Landscape family embraces our slogan of “Still Growing” each and every day.