Intel is recruiting for a new VP, Environmental, Health & Safety.
Corporate Services (CS) touches the lives of every Intel employee every day. CS creates an environment where employees can prosper while creating the innovative technologies that make amazing possible. Our scope is vast and includes operating and maintaining all Intel sites, offices, labs and factories globally as well as onsite services and experiences that help employees stay safe and productive. CS also helps to make Intel and our community a greener place by supporting Intel’s commitment to environmental sustainability, including investing in conservation projects, setting company-wide environmental targets, and driving reductions in greenhouse emissions, energy use, water use, and waste generation.
As the Vice-President of Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS), you will be responsible for setting, leading, and executing the corporate strategy across the EHS disciplines including: Safety, Environmental, Occupational Health, Wellness, Chemical Management, Fire Protection, and Compliance for Intel’s worldwide manufacturing, technology development, product development, and office environments. This role reports directly to the Vice President and General Manager of Corporate Services and will be responsible for approximately 100 global employees.
- Set the vision and drive EHS excellence across the company.
- Ensure regulatory, audit, and compliance requirements meet or exceed requirements.
- Proactively plan and manage EHS objectives to ensure there is no impact to operations or the company’s strategic objectives.
- Measure and monitor EHS benchmarks, metrics, and key performance indicators (KPIs) to meet company-wide goals and drive best in class results.
- Drive the implementation of programs and initiatives to foster a strong EHS culture.
- Deliver and continuously improve EHS management systems and global compliance programs.
- Perform new equipment safety evaluations and hazard analysis.
- Identify and coordinate training to meet regulatory requirements and improve EHS awareness & performance across the company.
- Set the vision and strategic direction for the EHS organization.
- Plan, resource, and direct activities in the organization to meet schedules, standards, and cost.
- Cultivate and reinforce appropriate group values, norms, and behaviors.
- Foster a team culture in which safety, operational excellence, and results orientation are the foundation.
- Drive the technical/engineering skills required to have a world class EHS team.
- Lead, foster, and grow our relationships with key internal and external stakeholders to drive Intel’s success.
- Ability to work cross-organizationally through matrix reporting structures in order to accomplish strategic objectives as well as organization development goals.
- Business judgment, strategic vision and negotiation skills.
- Creates and implements best practices that are either adopted internally by other businesses or externally within the industry.
- Ability to work with suppliers/vendors to support EHS objectives.
- 10-15% global travel is required.
- Decision-making skills and the ability to build respect and influence at all levels.
Demonstrate results and accountability for broad leadership, building of followership and role modeling of Intel’s cultural attributes as follows:
Customer obsessed – seek to understand what matters most to our customers, listening more and talking less.
One Intel – “we” before “me”. We work across boundaries, collaborating across the aisle and around the world.
Fearless – We are bold. We take risks and challenge ourselves. We fail fast, iterate and continuously improve.
Truth and Transparency – allows the best ideas to emerge and speeds our ability to solve problems faster.
Inclusion – Inclusion runs through each attribute and is integral to our culture evolution.
10+ years leading best-in-class EHS programs including global regulatory, audit, and compliance standards in a large manufacturing environment.
15+ years’ progressive leadership experience, with minimum 5 years’ senior executive experience desired; group level staff positions with a history of leading and developing a diverse, geographically distributed, multidisciplinary management team and employees.
Bachelor’s degree in occupational safety and health, environmental engineering, or related subject.
Master’s degree and relevant professional certifications are a plus.