Director of EHS North America Wind and Solar

Mountain Renewables is a power plant service company based in Tehachapi, CA. Our teams build, operate and maintain utility-scale wind turbine and solar PV power plants across the United States. We are accepting applications for Wind Division Managers to join our expanding team of expert problem solvers.



Director of Environment, Healthy, & Safety - North America Wind & Solar (EHS)



The EHS Director is a key role for our leadership team and project teams assisting in the implementation and execution of the company Safety, Health, and Environmental, Program. This person will also serve as the primary liaison between the EHSQT Department and the field. This person will assist with safety, health, environmental, and quality reviews. This person will be a resource to the project teams in preventing occupational injury/illness-related losses by establishing appropriate loss control/reduction activities. This person will review incident reports and inspections, assist with investigations, provide mentorship to the Site Safety Reps, conduct monthly project audits to identify EHSQT opportunities and identify trends in the Region. This position will require a focus on the quality side of the business by ensuring the business is up to date with current quality roles and regulations.



  • Performs safety, health, environmental, quality, and training reviews of the project(s) and region to include producing reports, conducting meetings, reporting findings to management, and following up to ensure items are corrected

  • Develops, maintains, and presents safety announcements, training materials, and other various content as needed to ensure compliance

  • Conducts monthly EHS Audits of all projects remotely

  • Hosts recurring safety meetings to maintain a strong culture of safety

  • Promptly respond to incidents, emergencies, and other safety-related events

  • Promote safety on social media to further build the company brand

  • Collaborate with Project Managers and Leads to ensure the implementation of the company’s comprehensive Safety, Health, Environmental, Quality, and Training Program.

  • Conducts investigations into employee inquiries, suggestions, and complaints

  • Guides on regulatory and legislative matters (OSHA, DOT, EPA, ANSI, ISN, etc.)

  • Assists with audits, inspections, and other operational initiatives as needed.

  • Maintains required safety, environmental, health, and quality documents, files, etc.

  • Coordinates and conducts training sessions as necessary.

  • Performs all other job duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Knowledge & Skills:

  • Willingness to serve and support the EHSQT efforts of the organization

  • Verbal and written English communication skills are required

  • Bilingual (Spanish) preferred

  • Initiative and problem-solving skills are a necessity

  • Partnering ability across multiple levels of the organization

Education and Work Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in safety or technical field. Or, instead of an education requirement; (5) seven years of experience working in a heavy industrial or utility service environment. 

  • Certified Safety Professional certificate (CSP) or other related safety certification administered by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP). 

  • Minimum of (8) five years of experience working in a safety role in a heavy industrial or utility service environment. 

  • Minimum of (3) three years of experience working as a Certified Safety Professional. 

  • Computer proficiency in the use of MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel required.

  • Must be proficient in creating presentations, reports, and training materials. 

  • Must be proficient in social media to further drive the safety culture and awareness within our enterprise. 

  • Knowledge of renewable energy in O&M and Construction OSHA, BOL, and other safety reporting requirements. 

  • OSHA 500 Required.

  • Familiar with GWO, Enza, and other safety organizations guidelines. 

Job title: Director of EHS North America Wind & Solar 


Job Location: Remote/Field Travel <25%


Classifications: Regular Full-Time Employee, Salaried. 


Reports to: Vice President or Service Director



Mountain Renewables is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, age, national origin, religion, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetics, disability, protected veteran status or any other basis prohibited by law. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace.


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