Writing ResumePlease check my four attached files first. Thank you.
Writing Resume Please check my four attached files first. Thank you.
379 Resume Writing Assignment S20 Use the information provided in Part 12 and 13 about creating resumes & follow the Resume Writing Rules. Create a one-page resume specific to the job description provided by your instructor For this assignment you are to assume the following: You have graduated with your MSSU EH&S degree If BS you passed the CEHS exam, have the ASHM and GSP, and completed an internship If BAS you have the GSP and may have completed an internship If BS or BAS, you have passed any other certification that you are qualified for Note: only use certifications or designations if they are related to the job You have whatever experiences and activities that you actually have or will likely have accomplished by your time of graduation or soon after. The closer you are to graduation, the more this resume will reflect reality. Only make up what is likely to happen in your future.
Writing Resume Please check my four attached files first. Thank you.
EHS Leader Ball Corp. Job Ball Corporation supplies innovative, sustainable packaging solutions for beverage, personal care and household products customers, as well as aerospace and other technologies and services primarily for the U.S. government. Ball Corporation and its subsidiaries employ more than 17,500 people worldwide and reported 2018 net sales of $11.6 billion. Ball is dedicated to creating an inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Ball Corporation is committed to recruiting, training, compensating and promoting regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, age, or veteran status. For more information, visit www.ball.com , or connect with us on Facebook or Twitter. Job Duties Primary Purpose of Position: Manages the plant environmental, health, safety, and chemical process functions as directed. Essential Functions • Responsible for maintaining a safe and secure work environment. This includes correcting unsafe acts/conditions, facilitating monthly safety meetings, performing monthly safety inspections, and investigating accidents, as required. • Supports development, implementation, maintenance, and ongoing improvement of the food safety system. • Provides the direction and management of the plant environmental function. Understands and remains current on environmental requirements to ensure compliance. • Implements the environmental program in accordance with Ball policy requirements. • May provide administration and supervision of the plant chemical process function. May supervise the chemical process maintainers. • Provides the direction and management of plant safety programs in order to maintain safe and healthful working conditions. Develops and monitors plant safety rules and regulations in accordance with plant, group, and corporate guidelines, and in compliance with governmental regulations and laws in occupational safety and health. Maintains plant safety records and files. • Responsible for coordinating and committing resources for all emergency response measures, including those identified in the facility’s contingency plan. Maintains thorough familiarity with all aspects of the facility’s contingency plan, all operations and activities at the facility, the location and characteristics of all chemicals and wastes handled, the location of all records within the facility, the facility layout, and evacuation routes. • Provides, monitors, records and maintains and archives all environmental files/records required by company policies and procedures, and federal, state, and local regulations and permits. • Establishes programs to minimize waste generation, properly manage wastes (including labeling, storage, and disposal). • Provides training on environmental and Department of Transportation programs. • Provides, maintains and monitors all environmental, health and safety management activities including, but not limited to, MSDS files, hazard communication program, environmental educational programs, hazardous waste program, hazardous materials program, air program, storm water program, wastewater discharge programs, etc. • Timely and effectively communicates with Ball personnel and federal, state, and local authorities on environmental, health and safety compliance issues. • Compiles data, prepares and submits required regulatory reports, such as tier II, air operating, wastewater, form R, etc. • May interact with the company’s worker’s compensation third party administrator to ensure timely and appropriate administration of worker’s compensation claims. • Timely responds to issues of noncompliance and complaints related to environmental issues. • Assures the Material Approval Form (MAF) system is used and provides data as necessary with approvals before materials are brought onto plant premises. • Timely advises management of any unplanned chemical releases and noncompliance situations related to environmental requirements. • Acts as a liaison/point of contact with environmental services, corporate safety department, local community safety organizations, neighbor associations/neighbors, regarding complaints and concerns. • Serves as point of contact for agency and company environmental, health and safety inquiries, inspections, and audits. Conducts random safety audits and periodic safety inspections. Prepares responses to inspections/audits and manages correction of any noted deficiencies. • Recognizes waste streams and minimizes waste generation, through prudent use of materials, proper disposal and segregation, and provides related training to employees. • Initiates, reviews, masters, and follows all standard operating procedures (SOPs) for area of responsibility. • Performs those administrative activities necessary for effective management, including provision for selection and development of employees, salary administration, budget administration, employee safety, employee counseling, motivation, meeting objectives, planning, organizing, integrating and measuring the work performed within the organization. • Regular and predictable attendance is required between the assigned start and end times of work. • Assures and maintains safe and healthful working conditions while enforcing safety rules and regulations. • Performs duties without posing a direct threat to anyone or to property. Direct threat is defined as a significant risk of substantial harm that cannot be eliminated or reduced to an acceptable level by reasonable accommodation. • Ability to work under general supervision. Position Requirements • Broad training in a related field usually acquired through college level education or work-related experience • Job related experience for 2 year(s) minimum • Working knowledge of the following areas: environmental regulations, legal practices, OSHA requirements, environmental principles, practices, nomenclature, and procedures, generally accepted managerial practices and procedures, and company policies, procedures, and products. • Ability to apply intensive and diversified evaluation, selection, and substantial adaptation and modification of standard plant environmental operations techniques, procedures, and criteria. • Must be able to handle sensitive related and proprietary information in a confidential manner. • Performs such individual assignments as management may direct. • Must follow company policies, procedures, practices, and standards of conduct as outlined in the Ball Corporation manuals. • Ability to operate and functionally use a computer. • Ability to read heavy quantities of regulations, etc., in a short time frame. • Must maintain professional competence, ethical integrity, knowledge, and skills. • 10% travel • Works in both office and manufacturing environments. • This position is exposed to occupational hazards, including but not limited to, high noise levels, physical obstacles, exposure to chemicals, etc. • Must wear appropriate safety glasses, hearing protection, clothing, and footwear in appropriate areas and follow safety practices. Relocation: Relocation for this position is Available Ball Corporation offers comprehensive benefits packages, including paid holidays/vacation, affordable medical, dental, life insurance, tuition reimbursement, ESPP, and retirement plans. EEO Statement Equal Opportunity Employer Minority, Female, Disabled, Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender and Veterans
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Resume Writing Rules Keep the resume to one page, unless otherwise requested by the employer. Do not use a generic “one size fits all” resume. Always tailor your résumé to the specific job description. Carefully read the job description and clearly articulate how your knowledge, skills and experiences align to that job description. Match your knowledge, skills and abilities to those needed for the job description. Create a Word document with 11 to 12 font size. Your name at the top may be larger font. Use ½ to 1 inch page margins. Below your name should be your contact information: address, phone and email. Below that put in the most critical information to selling yourself for the particular job. Put the most critical information at the top quarter of the page to immediately show the employer that you are qualified for the job. Be concise so it can be read within 10 seconds. The critical information at the top quarter of the page that sells you as being qualified is: your degree, credentials that directly apply any experience in the field that directly applies to the job description, Note: It is especially important for government environmental public health work i.e. health department that you identify your EHS degree is Environmental Health Accreditation Council accredited. Note: It is especially important for health and safety work in industry i.e. EHS, HSE that you identify your EHS degree program is Board of Certified Safety Professionals approved. Credentials and certifications that pertain to the job must be identified in the top quarter of the page i.e. BS degree applying to a health department or agency identify you have passed the Certified Environmental Health Specialist (CEHS) exam and you qualify to take the Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) exam. BS or BAS applying for a food safety job with government or industry, identify that you are eligible or have applied to take the Certified Professional – Food Safety (CP-FS) In- Training exam. BS or BAS applying to industry environmental health and/or safety identify you have applied for the Graduate Safety Practitioner designation from BCSP. BS applying to industry environmental health and/or safety identify you have applied for the Associate Safety and Health Manager designation from ISHM. Other certifications may be also be applicable depending on the job description to government or industry i.e. Hazwoper, Hazmat, Incident Command Systems etc.. Be sure to spell out the credential or certification i.e. Certified Environmental Health Specialist, Registered Environmental Health Specialist, Associate Safety and Health Manager, Graduate Safety Practitioner. Do not assume they know the acronym, except for Hazwoper or Hazmat which are more universally known. Focus on the “requirements,” “skills” or “qualifications” sections of job descriptions, and look for “buzzwords” and desirable credentials that you can match up to or will soon be attaining. Coursework is especially important when you do not have any direct experience in an area. Use your coursework to your advantage to show you have knowledge in an area. Identify the keywords based on the Knowledges, Skills, and Abilities required for the position in the job description and match these in your resume with courses. For example, if knowledge in water and wastewater and chemical analysis is required, then show you have taken Water Quality Management and courses in Chemistry. For example, if knowledge in food safety and microbiology is required, then show you have taken Food Safety and Microbiology. If you do have credentials or knowledge or abilities pertaining to the type of work, then identify those in addition to what is specifically requested in the job description. For example, health departments may ask for knowledge in soils and food safety, but also usually like knowledge of microbiology, epidemiology, epidemiological statistics, etc.. For example, an industry may ask for knowledge in solid and hazardous waste management, but may also like hazardous material safety, risk management, occupational health & safety, industrial hygiene, etc.. A one page résumé generally does not have room for every detail of your work experience, only include what is applicable and sells you for the job. If you have no experience directly related to the field, use indirect experience that identifies you as reliable, knowledgeable, and dependable leader that can solve problems. Indirect experience could be how you have shown leadership in the past to solve a problem i.e. while working at a restaurant you identified a health or safety hazard, brought it management attention and worked with them to identify a solution. Indirect experience could be how you have identified not only ways to better health and safety, but also how your idea(s) saved XX dollars for the company/organization at the same time. Focus on your strengths. If you have no experience, show your courses and certifications that identify you are knowledgeable in the areas that the employer asks for experience in. Numbers may be beneficial in your experience (helps highlight accomplishments) i.e. identify you were responsible for a given number of employees or a given amount of money or sales. This helps to identify that you are a responsible leader and can be trusted. “Time is money.” Organizations are constantly looking for ways to save time, perform work more efficiently, and meet internal and external deadlines. So, whatever you can do on your résumé to show that you can save or manage time more effectively is beneficial. Show if you were active in any club or member of an organization related to the profession i.e. EH Club, NEHA or that shows you are active in the community. Being a club officer or volunteer shows a degree of commitment, responsibility and leadership. Proofread and spell / grammar check your resume. Save your resume in multiple locations. Do not write paragraphs. Use headings and create bullet lists underneath i.e. Education, Credentials, Coursework, Experience, Skills, Organizations, Awards, etc.. Only create headings that are applicable. Start bullet list statements with power verbs i.e. Implemented, Directed, Guided, Managed, Developed, Organized, Improved, Created, Participated, Studied, Resolved, Produced, Attained. The purpose of your resume is to get you an interview and only relevant information to the job description should be listed. The Pattern of your One-Page Resume: At the very top: Name, mailing address, phone number, email address Top quarter of page: Education – BS or BAS Credentials that directly apply to the job – designations, certifications and the credentialing agency Direct work-related experience MSSU degree courses related to the job description Lower three fourths of page: Any skills or abilities you have that are needed in the job description Non-directly related work experience that shows you are dependable, responsible and productive Related organizations you belong to Awards, distinctions (if any) 3
Writing Resume Please check my four attached files first. Thank you.
Resume Writing Rubric: 25 points possible On one page only (1pt) Word document with 11 to 12 font size. Your name may be larger font. Use ½ to 1 inch page margins. At very top, your name, address, phone and email. Also identify the name of the job you are applying for (1pt) Most critical information at the top quarter of the page: (16 pts.) The full name of your BS or BAS degree, Your credentials (spelled out) that directly apply to the job description and the credentialing agency they originate from (spelled out) Any work experience directly related to the job description MSSU EH coursework that directly applies to the job description Lower three fourths of page (6) : Any skills or abilities you have that are needed in the job description Non-directly related work experience that shows you are dependable, responsible and productive Related organizations you belong to Awards, distinctions (if any) Focus on the “requirements,” “skills” or “qualifications” sections of job descriptions, and look for “buzzwords” and desirable credentials that you can match up to or will soon be attaining. Proofread and spell / grammar check (1 pt)




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