When MFG was founded in 1948, the company consisted of a few men and women combining their ideas, talent and energy in a single small building. Today, we are the industry's leading custom molder of FRP composites with operations in eight US states and Mexico – and a leader in the exciting wind energy industry.

The backbone of MFG is the quality and commitment of our team, and we have developed a company culture with opportunities for our teammates to have good jobs as well as good lives. MFG offers competitive salaries and benefits and an environment where teammates can develop themselves to advance their careers.

Human Resources Manager
Allison Tunheim
3333 N. Interstate 35, Bldg 5
Gainesville, TX 76240

Job Openings

  • Health, Safety & Environmental Specialist


    Under direction of the HSE Manager, document, monitor and support all programs, policies, and procedures which ensure compliance with Environmental Safety and Health requirements.  Develop and/or coordinate safety and health programs and Teammate training activities, to ensure a lower incidence of on-the-job accidents and promote overall safety and health.  Act as the HS & E Manager in their absence.



    A summary of the essential functions of the position includes, but is not limited to, the following:


    1. Environmental Compliance:
      1. As directed, complete the timely reporting of necessary documentation pertaining to SARA Title III, V, Tier II, and related environmental requirements.
      2. Develop plans and procedures with guidance from the HS&E Manager on handling hazardous waste and emergency spills; train Teammates on plan implementation.
      3. Coordinate with the HS & E manager necessary documentation to obtain permits in relation to environmental issues.


    1. Teammate Health:
      1. Coordinate and complete all industrial hygiene and Teammate health testing as directed by the HS & E Manager; maintain records and notify Teammates of test results.
      2. Enforce procedures pertaining to use of protective equipment.
      3. Coordinate with the HS & E Manager to develop and promote Teammate wellness programs.
      4. Maintain interface with Teammates, doctor and Worker’s Compensation on work related injuries.
      5. Coordinate issues and procedures that are related to Texas Workers Compensation.


    1. Workplace Safety:
      1. Review all Teammate injury reports for completeness and maintain OSHA-300,301,300A logs.
      2. Coordinate with the HS & E Manager to administer Hazardous Communication Program.
      3. Organize activities of Safety Committee including the agenda, roster, taking of minutes and compiling stats.
      4. Prepare necessary corporate and division safety reports.
      5. Assist with other duties as assigned.
      6. Prepare necessary corporate of division safety reports.
      7. Develop and administer annual safety budget.
      8. Assist with other duties assigned.



    1. Education: Bachelor’s degree in Safety or Environmental Science or equivalent experience. Must remain current on position responsibilities through participation in continuing education workshops, seminars, etc.


    1. Experience: Minimum 3-5 years of background in assisting an industrial Safety and Health program. Experience in a highly labor-intensive environment preferred. Must possess effective interpersonal and communications.