Since 1963, Fessler & Bowman has grown significantly in the construction industry. From our humble beginnings in Michigan, we have expanded to provide full-service concrete and civil services across the United States. Today, we are a self- performing contractor providing turn-key services with the capacity to manage and execute all parts of commercial, industrial, and infrastructure projects — ranging from the simplest project to the most complex.
For nearly sixty years, we have built a team that is committed to delivering an exceptional experience for our clients. With four office locations across the country and our investment in the latest equipment and technology, we have been recognized as an industry leading contractor.
The Corporate Safety Director Position
The Corporate Safety Director leads the safety strategy and initiatives for the entire Company. Responsibilities include creating policies and training specific to the company’s self- perform activities, leading and managing a team of 10+ safety professionals around the United States, and overseeing the Company’s risk management and claims management processes.
The Safety Director is ultimately responsible for helping our employees work safely, as well as mitigating as much overall risk as possible for the organization. As the Company moves forward as a high-growth contractor, the role requires someone who is on the leading edge of practical and effective safety management practices.
Why Work for Fessler & Bowman
Fessler & Bowman is a fast-paced and culture-focused industry leader in specialty concrete and civil earthwork. When culture is described at F&B, it isn’t just a plaque hanging in the lobby. F&B’s values are the driving force to building a phenomenal team delivering best in class products to our customers.
The Safety Director functions as the top safety professional within the organization, with regular visibility to the Leadership Team. Additionally, Fessler & Bowman has notched record growth over the past few years, recently being named the 12th largest Concrete Contractor in the United States.
Desired Experience, Skills, and Abilities of the Corporate Safety Director
Compensation & Benefits
Compensation for this position include a significant base salary based on experience, an annual performance bonus plan, medical benefits, 401(k) with employer match, paid time off, and a strong team-based environment. The Company supports continuing education, and the position provides long- term career stability while growing alongside the organization.
The Recruitment Process for the Corporate Safety Director
The recruitment process is designed to be a thorough, two-way evaluation to ensure that the best decision is made by both the Company and the candidate. Given this, multiple steps are required, including phone interviews, in-person interviews, candidate assessments, and a pre-employment background check and drug test.
Fessler & Bowman is an Equal Opportunity Employer!