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Data and Digital Literacy Possesses knowledge of: Data collection modes, techniques, and tools; data analytics and data visualization tools and techniques; existing and upcoming digital applications and systems; technology innovation trends and industry benchmarks; data governance; data science techniques and applications. To be able to carry out the following responsibilities: Delineates problems, leverages data to determine root causes, and applies information to find solutions. Participates in the feedback loop between data intake and insights and works to improve the data collection process (for example, mode/data set). Articulates the levers that influence data. Ensures data quality and organizes processes information for analysis. Leverages visualization techniques and tools to create dashboards for stakeholders and leadership. Identifies and propose ways to automate/improve existing processes in assigned respective area of work with the help of technology (for example, RPA, artificial intelligence, machine learning). Documents business requirements for new technology solutions. Develops, tests and integrates prototypes to support the creation of technology-enabled solutions. Develops and implements technology changes across multiple processes within assigned area of work.
Environmental Protection Possesses knowledge of: Environmental policies and procedures; applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations involving the environment; macro-level trends on the assigned facility's environmental impacts and assessments. To be able to carry out the following responsibilities: Operates commonly used tools and equipment for evaluating air, water, and waste pollution. Supports regulatory visits and prepares audit reports for management review. Participates in evaluating pollution control and management at assigned facility. Assists in integrating environmental considerations into process design. Interprets and evaluates compliance status reports and relevant risk management practices. Assists in the development of company policies, practices, and procedures relating to environmental risks. Implements environmental policies and practices and ensures compliance with environmental legislation. Understands the implications of macro-level trends on assigned facility's environmental impacts and assessments.
Operational Excellence Possesses knowledge of: Organizational processes; root cause analysis techniques; department workflows; Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and One Best Way (OBW) processes. To be able to carry out the following responsibilities: Explains the operational functions and key functional roles of assigned department or unit. Clarifies the role of each department and its relevance to the enterprise strategy. Describes the interdependence of support functions and line operating functions. Identifies the primary operational functions of the organization. Understands where to locate and how to read SOP and OBW information. Locates information regarding fundamental practices and policies. Lists common tasks and activities performed by operations functions and subfunctions.
Partnership & Collaboration Possesses knowledge of: Stakeholder identification and mapping; stakeholder analysis; stakeholder communication; stakeholder engagement techniques; stakeholder management effectiveness tools and methods; specialized business vernacular. To be able to carry out the following responsibilities: Supports the development of business cases and recommendations. Owns the delivery of project activity and tasks assigned by others. Supports process updates and changes Solves simple business issues. Demonstrates functional knowledge of the business unit/organization being supported.
Influential Communication Possesses knowledge of: Verbal/nonverbal behaviors; applications and allocation of business communication styles/techniques in ambiguous and challenging situations; situational awareness; communication channels/mediums; interpersonal skills and universal relationship building with ability to connect seemingly unconnected parties. To be able to carry out the following responsibilities: Organizes thoughts and communicates credibly and concisely within scope of work. Presents to and influences team members and business partners, conveying messages through a basic understanding of the relevant context. Utilizes relevant data and fact-based information to articulate results and provide recommendations in a structured manner Actively listens to others, seeks and provides constructive feedback, and provides ideas/recommendations on processes Proactively builds professional network.
Employee Health and Safety Possesses knowledge of: OSHA guidelines; compliance, safety, and food safety auditing processes; regulatory inspection processes; emergency evacuations plans. To be able to carry out the following responsibilities: Participates in OSHA and other regulatory inspections. Participates in internal safety or health inspections. Ensures that all first aid equipment is operational. Ensures that supplies are current and fully stocked. Maintains health and safety records according to OSHA guidelines. Monitors facilities for safety hazards. Uses quality evaluation tools and techniques (for example, walkthroughs, inspections). Applies key aspects of continuous improvement processes and evaluates impacts on quality. Participates in root cause identification processes for accidents. Reports safety violations and accidents. Implements internal and external audit requirements within assigned area of work. Creates action plans to address audit findings. Validates claim records work with worker's compensation case managers for investigation of claims.
Asset Protection & Security Possesses knowledge of: Asset protection policies, practices, and guidelines; environmental, health, and safety laws and regulations. To be able to carry out the following responsibilities: Works with specific types of tools used for theft prevention. Recognizes and investigates security breaches, thefts, and vandalism and reports findings to facility management. Assists in the implementation of access control procedures to prevent unauthorized access to restricted facilities. Assists with the installation of emergency and surveillance services (for example, fire alarms, refrigeration alarms, metal detectors, closed-circuit television). Maintains loss prevention records. Generates standard loss and shrinkage reports. Works to support the development and use of practices for reducing loss and shrinkage. Detects and reports incidents of loss and shrinkage, as well as related issues.
EHS Training Delivery Possesses knowledge of: Training methodologies; training content development processes; organizational training lifecycles. To be able to carry out the following responsibilities: Supports the activities of instructors or learning facilitator in training programs. Manages systematic approaches to solicit feedback from training participants. Utilizes the organization's training lifecycles and methodologies to support training initiatives. Maintains repositories of benchmarks and best practices of training delivery for instructors and facilitators to leverage. Explains relevant processes and procedures to contractors.
Transportation Operations Possesses knowledge of: Laws, regulations, and safety rules regarding materials transportation; Department of Transportation (DOT), Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance and state laws and regulations; vehicle maintenance; HazMat bill of lading's, Compliance, Safety, Accountability basics; other transportation paperwork. To be able to carry out the following responsibilities: Verifies the proper completion of documents required by applicable laws, regulations, and safety rules involving materials transportation. Verifies databases, electronic tools, and approaches to evaluate the extent of losses and executes plans of control. Reviews regulatory compliance of transportation-related activities released by DOT, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, CVSA, and state regulations. Monitors and verifies that all checks and measurements used in transportation management are conducted and retained per Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and company policy for example, DVIR, RODS, HazMat bill of lading's, Compliance, Safety, Accountability basics, DOT accident registers). Monitors and evaluates performance metrics (for example, PC/MM, OIR, DOT recordable collisions). Develops countermeasures and controls at the local level. Conducts accident investigations for assigned fleet accidents. Reviews accident files for accuracy, DOT recordability, and completeness. Follows up with claims providers to ensure accident details are communicated and kept confidential.
Risk Management Possesses Knowledge of: Risk management processes; risk assessment reports, risk management tools. To be able to carry out the following responsibilities: Produces and interprets common risk assessment and management reports. Identifies common technology, security, or financial risks relevant to assigned function or unit. Evaluates risk assessment models and techniques relevant to assigned area. Documents the key steps of a unit-specific risk management process and associated procedures. Implements or manages risk management for assigned area. Evaluate employee risk awareness and trains employees as needed. Conducts risk assessments. Collects and analyzes documentation, statistics, reports, and recommendations for continuous improvement.
Process Improvement Possesses knowledge of: Workflow mapping processes; continuous improvement principles; control definition techniques. To be able to carry out the following responsibilities: Defines the critical workflows for executing key processes. Identifies process problems that limit performance. Focuses on the most significant problems to maximize efficiency gains. Surfaces systemic problems to be addressed at the organizational level. Implements methods for improving and establishing controls for critical processes. Coaches team members to develop process improvement skills. Leads incident investigations and root cause analysis. Provides countermeasure solutions.
Live our Values
• Models the Walmart values to foster our culture; holds oneself and others accountable; and supports Walmart's commitment to communities, social justice, corporate social responsibility, and sustainability; maintains and promotes the highest standards of integrity, ethics and compliance.
• Acts as an altruistic servant leader and is consistently humble, self-aware, honest, and transparent.
Curiosity & Courage
• Demonstrates curiosity and a growth mindset; fosters an environment that supports learning, innovation, and intelligent risk-taking; and exhibits resilience in the face of setbacks.
Digital Transformation & Change
• Seeks and implements continuous improvements and encourages the team to leverage new digital tools and ways of working.
Deliver for the Customer
• Delivers expected business results while putting the customer first and consistently applying an omni-merchant mindset and the EDLP and EDLC business models to all plans.
• Adopts a holistic perspective that considers data, analytics, customer insights, and different parts of the business when making plans and shaping the team's strategy.
Focus on our Associates
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
• Identifies, attracts, and retains diverse and inclusive team members; builds a high-performing team; embraces diversity in all its forms; and actively supports diversity goal programs.
Collaboration & Influence
• Builds strong and trusting relationships with team members and business partners; works collaboratively and cross-functionally to achieve objectives; and communicates with energy and positivity to motivate, influence, and inspire commitment and action.
• Creates a discipline and focus around developing talent, promotes an environment allowing everyone to bring their best selves to work, empowers associates and partners to act in the best interest of the customer and company, and regularly recognizes others' contributions and accomplishments.
Outlined below are the required minimum qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no minimum qualifications.
Option 1: Bachelor's Degree in Occupational Safety Management; Industrial Hygiene; Environmental Science, Traffic Safety; Transit Safety; Chemical/Industrial/Mechanical Engineering or related field.
Option 2: 2 years' experience in the field of Environmental, Health and Safety within Supply Chain, Retail, Manufacturing, Engineering, or related field.
2 years' experience in Continuous Improvement methodologies (for example Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), World Class Manufacturing (WCM) , Lean Six Sigma) within Supply Chain or manufacturing environments.
Outlined below are the optional preferred qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no preferred qualifications.
1 or More Degreed Certifications (Associate Safety Professional; Certified Safety Professional; Certified Industrial Hygienist; Graduate Safety Practitioner) or Non-degreed certifications (Safety Management Specialist; Occupational Hygiene and Safety Technician; Safety Trained Supervisor; North American Transportation Management Institute Certified Director of Safety; North American Transportation Management Institute Certified safety Supervisor; Safety Management Specialist; Certified Safety Manager; Safety Director; Licensed Safety Professional; Certified Safety and Health Manager; Construction Health and Safety Technician), Microsoft Office Suite; SharePoint and OneDrive
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