University of Washington School of Public Health
Senior Global Safety Manager - Microsoft
Closing Date: June 17, 2018
Posted: May 17, 2018
Microsoft Cloud Infrastructure and Operations (MCIO) is the engine that powers Microsoft’s cloud services. The team is responsible for designing, building and operating our unified global datacenters; managing the demand planning and capacity utilization of our unified infrastructure; and all of the operations needed to run the physical infrastructure (including supply chain, hardware, power, security, and workflow teams).
We focus on smart growth with an emphasis on automation, data driven engineering, cost-effectiveness and environmental sustainability. We deliver the core infrastructure and foundational technologies for Microsoft’s over 200 online businesses including Bing, MSN, Office 365, Xbox Live, Skype, OneDrive and the Microsoft Azure platform. Our infrastructure is comprised of a large global portfolio of more than 160 datacenters and 2 million servers.
Our portfolio is built and managed by a team of subject matter experts working 24x7x365 to support services for more than 1 billion customers and 20 million businesses in over 90 countries worldwide.
The Sr. Manager, Safety will: Work with leaders, staff and contractors at all levels and in multiple cultures to implement effective solutions. Drive a standardized and harmonized approach across datacenters (construction and operation) to maximize efficiency and effectiveness. Present on a regular basis to various leadership teams. Interface with local, national and international regulatory agencies on safety issues. Interpret global safety standards and regulatory requirements to assure compliance and aggressive management of risk. Establish risk mitigation goals and develops metrics, dashboards and/or scorecards to track/communicate/drive progress. Analyze leading & lagging safety metrics and communicate results to leadership to drive action and accountability.Skills/Eligibility:
- 6+ years of progressive experience in Safety is required, with demonstrated knowledge and experience controlling the broad spectrum of safety risks.
Education: A University/Bachelor’s degree or equivalent level of degree in science, engineering or related Safety/SHE discipline/degree is required.How to Apply: