Safety Manager Jobs in Kansas City, KS

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MHC Kenworth - Leawood, KS (10 miles from Kansas City, KS)
As MHC continues to grow, we have an opening for a Regional Safety Manager....
5 days ago
Gana-A'Yoo, Limited - Lees Summit, MO (20 miles from Kansas City, KS)
THIS POSITION IS CONTINGENT ON CONTRACT AWARD Kaiyuh Information Technologies, LLC is seeking a Facilities/Safety Manager to join our team....
5 days ago
IQVIA Holdings Inc - Overland Park, KS (21 miles from Kansas City, KS)
JOB OVERVIEW: Manage Safety staff responsible delivering services in Safety Operations under the guidance of senior management. May contribute to Global initiatives. Work in close collaboration...
17 days ago
Adventhealth - Shawnee, KS (7 miles from Kansas City, KS)
Job Information AdventHealth Accreditation Patient Safety Manager RN in Shawnee, Kansas Description Accreditation Patient Safety Manager AdventHealth Shawnee Mission Location Address: 9100 W. 74 th...
22 days ago
Saint Gobain - Kansas City, KS
Job Information Saint-Gobain Health and Safety Manager in Kansas City, Kansas Position Summary: Reporting to the Plant Manager, the Health and Safety Manager plans, directs, and implements facility...
27 days ago
Tyson Foods - Kansas City, KS
As an integral member of the Plant Management Team, the Safety Manager will support and advise site management regarding the Safety Management system....
27 days ago
AdventHealth Shawnee Mission - Shawnee, KS (7 miles from Kansas City, KS)
The Accreditation and Patient Safety Manager is also responsible for facilitation and coordination of organization-wide Patient Safety initiatives....
28 days ago
Adventist Health System - Shawnee Mission, KS (6 miles from Kansas City, KS)
The Accreditation and Patient Safety Manager is also responsible for facilitation and coordination of organization-wide Patient Safety initiatives....
30+ days ago

Demographic Data for Kansas City, KS

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Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Safety Manager positions.

Highest Education Level

Safety Managers in Kansas City, KS offer the following education background
  • Bachelor's Degree (42.0%)
  • Master's Degree (24.4%)
  • High School or GED (10.2%)
  • Vocational or Certification (9.5%)
  • Associate's Degree (9.4%)
  • Doctorate Degree (2.6%)
  • Some College (1.6%)
  • Some High School (0.3%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Safety Managers in Kansas City, KS
  • 4-6 years (33.3%)
  • 1-2 years (21.2%)
  • 2-4 years (21.2%)
  • Less than 1 year (9.1%)
  • None (9.1%)
  • 6-8 years (3.0%)
  • 8-10 years (3.0%)

Salary for Safety Manager jobs in Kansas City, KS

**Data source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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