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Site Safety Manager

Posted: Oct 11, 2018

Location Nashville, TN

The Comfort Group, a mechanical and plumbing contractor, is accepting applications for a site safety manager in downtown Nashville. The project is a 20 plus story construction project with an approximate duration of 12 months. The ideal candidate would possess an academic degree in safety and/or have relevant field experience in safety. ASP or CHST certifications are a plus. Responsibilities include but are not limited to; jobsite orientation, conducting safety meetings, assisting with preparation of JHA’s, working within a team to ensure safe work planning, daily documentation as assigned, job site safety audits, other duties as assigned. Must be able to work outdoors 70% of the time, navigate stairs/ladders, visually recognize safety concerns from a distance. Pay will vary based on qualifications/experience of candidate.


Chance Livingston
Safety Manager
The Comfort Group
(615) 566-6462

Emergency Preparedness Coordinator

Posted: Sep 24, 2018

Location Vanderbilt University

Under the leadership of the Director of Emergency Preparedness, the Emergency Preparedness Coordinator position will be responsible for coordinating and conducting emergency preparedness planning initiatives in support of university emergency planning initiatives at all levels to include the departmental, venue, and special event planning efforts. This position will facilitate departmental and university emergency preparedness efforts, coordinate emergency operation plans, and serve as the lead facilitator for the Emergency Operations Center.   

This position will identify training needs, develop and deliver emergency preparedness training and provide execution support for training exercises. They will be required to effectively communicate with diverse groups of people from local, state, and federal governments and the Vanderbilt community.