Field Safety Professional - New England

Date: May 15, 2023

Location: HARTFORD, CT, US, 06114-1605 WOBURN, MA, US, 01815 MANCHESTER, NH, US, 03109-5310 SPRINGFIELD, MA, US, 01104-3221 WATERTOWN, MA, US, 02472-2805 EVERETT, MA, US, 02149-2402 NORWOOD, MA, US, 02062-2637 NORTH HAVEN, CT, US, 06473-3630

Company: Grainger Businesses

About Grainger:


Grainger is North America's leading distributor of maintenance, repair, and operating products and services. Our wide assortment, deep expertise, innovative technology solutions and unparalleled customer service keep customers' operations running and their people safe.

We're looking for passionate people who can move our company forward. We have a welcoming workplace where you can build a career for yourself while fulfilling our purpose to keep the world working. We embrace new ways of thinking and recognize everyone is an individual. Find your way at Grainger.



You Will:

You will partner with a variety of Grainger customers across industries, using your expertise to conduct hazard and risk assessments to identify customer needs or opportunities to improve their programs. Using Grainger's products, services and resources, you will design solutions to reduce those hazards and risks while expanding the Grainger business relationship with these organizations. In collaboration with the aligned Grainger sales team, you will develop a strategy to target and support customer needs across the territory. Specific responsibilities include:

  • Conducts needs analysis to determine a match between the customer's requirement and Grainger's products or services
  • Engages Grainger resources to develop plan and timeline to implement solution
  • Drives implementation plan with customer
  • Checks with customer to ensure business needs are being met
  • Leverages post-implementation success to gain more information from the customer about future needs
  • Maintains expertise in Safety Regulations and industry topics
  • Educates customers on changing market trends and technology and impact to their business
  • Investigates nonstandard solutions that will profitably satisfy a customer's needs
  • Expands customer understanding and use of Grainger's standard product and service capabilities


You Have:

  • 5+ years of relevant EHS industry experience involving safety hazard analysis and mitigation, safety consulting or responsible for overseeing safety programs
  • Bachelor's degree including the fields of Safety, Environmental Science, Public Health, or equivalent experience
  • Experience conducting workplace assessments to prevent injuries / accidents and improve compliance
  • Knowledgeable of Safety, Health and Environmental strategies and practices to reduce or eliminate hazards and risks
  • Current working knowledge of OSHA regulations and industry standards
  • Basic project management skills and the ability to work collaboratively in a team environment
  • A desire to help others


This position is salaried and will pay between $94,860 and $145,860. 

The range provided is a guideline and not a guarantee of compensation. Other factors that are involved in offer decisions include, and are not limited to: a candidate's experience, qualifications, geographical area, and internal equity of the team.

Rewards and Benefits:

With benefits starting day one, Grainger is committed to your safety, health and wellbeing. Our programs provide choice and flexibility to meet our team members' individual needs. Check out some of the rewards available to you at Grainger:

  • Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance plans
  • Paid time off (PTO) and 6 company holidays per year
  • Automatic 6% 401(k) company contribution each pay period
  • Employee discounts, parental leave, 3:1 match on donations and tuition reimbursement
  • A comprehensive set of emotional, financial, physical and social wellbeing programs


DEI Statement:

Grainger is an Equal Opportunity Workplace and an Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.