Manager Remote Jobs $32 Hourly
|Post Name||Manager, Production Health & Safety|
|Location||Work From Home|
- Provides health & safety consulting services to Netflix’s Canadian productions
- Evaluates production concepts, scripts, pitches, etc., for safety and environmental concerns and risks
- Mitigates safety concerns by working directly with Production Executives, Producers, Unit Production Managers, and other production staff
- Works directly with the Production in the planning and execution phase of all filming: assessing safety needs, securing appropriate vendors, and traveling to remote locations as required
- Attends production technical scouts and production meetings
- Develops and distributes the Production Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), and other provincial production safety guidelines
- Evaluates production sets, stages, and locations for safety issues
- Recommends corrective actions and assists productions in implementation
- Responds to, and investigates production emergencies, incidents, and accidents
- Coordinates production of employee health & safety training
- Works independently without direct management supervision
- Develops and maintains effective working relationships with industry safety organizations, representatives, and governmental regulatory agencies as appropriate
- A minimum of 3-5 years of safety experience
- Thorough understanding of motion picture and television production process including organizational structure, terminology, equipment, construction methods, stunt, and special effects techniques, etc. preferred
- Bachelor’s Degree in Health & Safety, Environmental Studies, Physical Sciences or related major a plus
- Knowledge of provincial health & safety and environmental regulations (Worksafe BC, The Ontario Ministry of Labor, etc)
- Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) or Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) certification is a plus
- Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills
- Travel domestically and internationally
- Determine the applicable regulations in regions and countries where a particular product may be shot (possibly for the first time)
- Quickly recognize and resolve various production safety issues that arise during the course of normal production activities
- Partner with risk managers, loss control executives, and insurance underwriters to resolve loss prevention issues
- Interact with regulatory agencies, company management, productions, and studio personnel
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Interview Questions for the manager:
- At which point do you find it necessary to bring others into your decision-making process? Why?
- Describe your approach to making decisions and solving problems. Why do you do it this way?
- When you recommend something to management, what approach do you usually use?
- How do you assemble relevant data to make your decisions? How do you know you have enough data?
- How much leeway do you give your employees to make decisions? How do you still maintain control?
- What areas are within your sphere of responsibility in your current position? How do, you make sure that you know what is happening (problems, changes, etc.)?
- How do make sure that your employees are accountable?
- What operating systems do you use to monitor and maintain control of your area of accountability?
- What do you typically do when you hear of a problem in your area? Explain?
- How useful have you found written procedures and guidelines in helping you manage your area?
- Do you feel that the chain of command is important? Why? When do you feel it might inhibit organizational effectiveness?
- Share an effective method you have used to enforce rules and regulations.
- When you have to write letters, how do you usually get started?
- How do you keep track of incoming and outgoing correspondence?
- What do you see as the difference in writing strategy for a report vs. memo vs. a letter?
- What responsibility do you have for budgeting? What budgeting method do you use?
- Tell me about a time when you had to prioritize limited resources. How? What worked and what did not?