Hazardous Gas Manager

Baltimore, MN
United States
Job Description

CHS Inc. is a leading global agribusiness owned by farmers, ranchers and cooperatives across the United States that provides grain, food and energy resources to businesses and consumers around the world.  We serve agriculture customers and consumers across the United States and around the world.  Most of our 10,000 employees are in the United States, but today we have employees in 19 countries. At CHS, we are creating connections to empower agriculture.


CHS has an exciting opportunity in our Country Operations group. We are looking for a Hazardous Gas Manager to join our team. We are looking for a proven leader that will lead the development and implementation of hazardous gas policies and standard work practices within the division through educational sessions, onsite audits, and inspections. You must have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, be detail oriented and have strong organization/planning skills.

*hybrid or remote role 


• Oversee overall propane (retail) and anhydrous ammonia compliance programs through annual strategic plan, regularly update progress, lead various Country Operations Propane and Anhydrous Safety Committees, respond to emergencies as warranted

• Work closely with operational leadership, EHS leadership, Legal and others within the organization along with outside agencies

• Serve as subject matter expert (SME) for all CHS related propane and anhydrous ammonia issues: emergency response, training, code compliance, legal and risk, deposition expertise, compliance to RMP and PSM applications for covered processes.

• Develop and ensure compliance of codes and programs through coordination of training and auditing of locations (physical assets and business processes) via Intelex, compile information from locations in the event of legal action.

• Provide oversight with the inspection of new propane customer national accounts along with mergers and divestitures/acquisitions for propane and anhydrous ammonia locations.

• Serve on the Country Operations EHS Department’s emergency response team and coordinate all propane and anhydrous ammonia emergencies.

• Manage Hazardous Gas Safety Technician(s) workload: Training, Auditing, Committee Work, Due Diligence, Expenses, Performance Reviews, Due Diligence & other duties/responsibilities as assigned

Minimum Qualifications (required)

  • High School diploma or GED
  • 7+ years of experience in Environmental, Health, and/or Safety

Additional Qualifications

• 4 year degree in science or engineering related field

• CETP Basic Certification

• Direct supervision experience

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to climb ladders and operate equipment needed for facilities inspection

  • Ability to work in dusty and adverse and changeable weather conditions

CHS offers a competitive total compensation package. Benefits include Health, Dental, Vision, Hearing, Life Insurance, Health and Day Care Savings Accounts, Paid Vacation, 401K, Company Funded Pension, Profit Sharing, Long and Short Term Disability, Tuition reimbursement, and Adoption assistance.

CHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.