Position at Pilgrim's

Corporate PSM Manager

The Corporate PSM Manager is responsible for performing the following duties within his/her area of responsibility:

Working with all sites to promote Safe Processes, Projects, Products and People through use of OSHA safe work practices. Maintaining Safety as a condition.

  • Conducting PSM / RMP Compliance Audits, write reports and following recommendations for each facility within region at least every three years.
  • Leading and documenting a Process Hazards Analysis, writing reports and following recommendations for each Ammonia refrigeration, orchlorine gas injection system within region at least every 5 years.
  • Leading the PSM teams at each site within region to follow up and help resolve all PSM / RMP recommendations and other related issues.
  • Participating at sites within region that are undergoing OSHA PSM, DHSor EPA RMP audits.
  • Participating / Leading all Incident Investigations using Root Cause Analysis for reported Ammonia, or Chlorine leaks for all sites within region.
  • Helping sites within region continually improve their PSM / RMP programs.
  • Keeping up on all new refrigeration codes and standards.
  • Working with sites to maintain the APSM compliance implementation schedule.
  • Training PSM coordinators and technicians in compliance tools and standard operating procedures.
  • Participating as knowledgeable engineer for Process Hazards Analysesand other audits for other sites outside of region.
  • Tracking and up dating all Process Safety Information any time there is a change to the systems.
  • Helping sites with ammonia refrigeration projects through the scope development and Management of Change processes as required.
  • Frequent travel to sites within the region and periodic travel to sites outside the region.
  • Other related duties as required.


  • Experience in Ammonia Refrigeration preferred.
  • Use of Auto CAD a plus.
  • English/Spanish bi-lingual a plus.
  • Basic knowledge of the operations of Ammonia Refrigeration / Thermodynamic systems.
  • Ability to complete engineering calculations for ammonia inventory, relief valve design, load and energy balances, ventilation requirements and releases.
  • Experience with six sigma, total predictive maintenance (TPM),Operational Excellence (OE) or other continuous improvement methodologies.
  • Experience using APSM or similar PSM compliance software.
  • Ability to read and interpret Piping and Instrument and Block Flow diagrams.
  • PHA Leader training and experience a plus.
  • Ability to write reports, business correspondence and procedure manuals professionally.
  • Ability to present information and to communicate issues to upper management.
  • Excellent organizational, communication, and leadership skills.
  • Detailed oriented and self motivated.
  • Proven project management and change management skills.
  • Ability to apply and interpret regulatory standards and consensus standards to situations not specifically addressed by the standards.
  • Demonstrated ability to respond to crises in an effective and timely manner.


Bachelors/Masters degree in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering or related field.

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