Manager, EHS

Operations Shakopee, Minnesota


The EHS Manager is responsible for the development, implementation, and continuous improvement of Shutterfly Environmental Health and Safety programs and policies.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop and maintain site occupational health, safety, and environmental programs and policies ensuring compliance with all federal, state, and local regulations.
  • Support standardization of EHS programs and policies across all Shutterfly locations.
  • Manage full-time and seasonal direct reports.
  • Manage and partner with facility management in conducting job hazard analysis and equipment risk assessments for site operations.
  • Promote continuous improvement by utilizing statistical process control, root cause analysis and preventive action planning.
  • Coordinate trend analysis reporting and provide corrective action support and/or solutions.
  • Present planned and ongoing projects, and risk review summary reports weekly for the leadership team.
  • Manage the incident investigation program and provide direction and support to site management throughout the investigation process.
  • Manage required EHS facility training for all departments.
  • Assist in monitoring contractors and construction activities to ensure safe work practices are being followed.
  • Chair the monthly facility safety committee(s).
  • Coordinate site emergency response activities and training.
  • Manage facility Workers’ Compensation program.
  • Support insurer loss prevention activities, and drive implementation of corrective action solutions for insurer loss control recommendations.
  • Partner with employee staffing resources for EHS department training requirements.
  • Support site projects and other Shutterfly locations as needed.
  • Retain and coordinate with external consultants as required.
  • Recommend modifications to operations policies.
  • Ensure that projects are completed on schedule and within budget.


Skills and Attributes:

  • Well versed of current OSHA, EPA, NFPA, and ANSI standards and requirements
  • Proven management of comprehensive Safety and Environmental programs within a large scale manufacturing facility with 500-1000+ employees
  • Management of direct reports
  • Experience with contracted temporary and seasonal labor
  • Possess professional written and verbal communication skills both internally and externally.
  • Strong public speaking skills when presenting to both small and large groups, including Senior Leadership
  • Experience working with construction / contractors in a manufacturing environment
  • Demonstrated leadership and team building skills
  • Able to drive and lead change within the organization
  • Strong understanding of root cause problem solving, incident investigation processes, ergonomic analysis, job safety analysis, and equipment risk analysis
  • Behavioral Based Safety methodology experience
  • Forward thinking leader with demonstrated background in driving positive change
  • Analytical, excellent attention to detail, flexible and adaptable to change.
  • Positive attitude, self-motivated, ability to multitask and set priorities.
  • Demonstrated Project Management experience is a must, including the ability to operate under pressure and to meet deadlines within time and budget constraints.


Experience and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health and Safety Management, Safety Engineering or equivalent.
  • A minimum of 5-7 years of management experience in the Environmental Health and Safety field within the manufacturing environment, preferably in the Commercial Print or Packaging industry.
  • CSP or CIH is a plus
  • Green Belt certification or Lean Expertise is a plus
  • Advanced working knowledge and application of various software applications including Microsoft Office
  • Experience from a multi-unit, domestic or international company.