Miranda Jane Taylor
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Miranda Jane Taylor

Director Consulting

About Miranda

​​​Miranda is a strategic business leader with vast experience across the resources, energy, and oceans industries.

She has worked alongside governments and regulators across Australia and globally, to help drive best practice and collaborative HSE and sustainability leadership programs and performance.

Miranda has experience working with large-scale, high capital and complex engineering and infrastructure projects and with major hazard facilities offshore in the marine environment. She was involved in the Australian response to the Gulf of Mexico Deep Water Horizon disaster and has led industry and government HSE policy and regulatory teams.

"I consider myself an influential, strategic, and adaptive leader with a strong record of working in partnerships with industries, governments, innovators, technology small businesses, research organisations and stakeholders across Australia and globally, to drive best practice and collaborative leadership programs and performance." 

“I’m passionate about the ‘blue economy’ and the potential for areas like offshore renewable energy to contribute to greater resilience in the energy mix and, create new supply chains and regional jobs. Offshore wind offers reliable and high-capacity generation of energy into and a balance to onshore energy solutions”. 

Regional EHS Manager

$100k - 110k per year + Benefits package


A nationwide heavy manufacturing company are seeking an EHS Manager to oversee their "Texas" region. This is an individual contributor role overseeing 2 x locations in the Houston area, and 1 x location in the DFW area with 40% travel expected between them. Reporting directly into the Corporate EHS Director, this role will develop and implement a variety of EH&S programs throughout the region. This company are an industry-leader in their niche area of manufacturing, with a proactive approach to EHS. The Role: Create EHS programs, policies, initiatives and implement positive changes across three sites in the Texas region, driving positive EHS culture changeAct as a technical SME for all EHS matters and issues throughout the region, providing technical support for a variety of EHS projectsLead EHS audits and inspections; training; incident and near miss investigations - identify gaps in current EHS programs and performance, and work collaboratively with site leadership teams on corrective actionsCollect, report and analyze EHS metrics and performance data in the region, to proactively reduce injury rates and target areas of the EHS program for proactive improvements.Lead environmental reporting and permitting within the region, including for air permitting and emissions reporting; Tier II and Form R reporting; Storm Water regulations; Hazardous Waste and RCRA compliance The Candidate: Bachelor's degree in a relevant field of study (e.g. safety, environmental, industrial hygiene, occupational health, engineering) strongly preferred5+ years of EHS experience within industrial manufacturingPrevious multi-site responsibility strongly preferredFluency in Spanish would be highly desirable for this roleExcellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to influence successfully at all levels of an organization, and drive tangible change to EHS performance and culture

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