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Allen Institute Industrial Hygienist Scientific Support Services: Administration
posted 10/11/2020

Early Career Industrial Hygienist

The Allen Institute has an opening for an early career industrial hygienist.

The mission of the Allen Institute administration team is to provide support and structure to the scientific divisions. Coinciding with the team science approach, administration helps facilitate team learning and the overall mission of the institute.

The Allen Institute believes that team science significantly benefits from the participation of diverse voices, experiences, and backgrounds. High-quality science can only be produced when it includes different perspectives. We are committed to increasing diversity across every team and encourage people from all backgrounds to apply for this role.

A job description and link for application can be found at this site: Apply Here.

Please Note: The duty station for this position is in Seattle. Posting close date is not listed.

Please Note: This is an onsite, M-F, regular business hours position. This position requires being able to respond outside normal business hours in the event of emergencies. This is a critical job and expected to report for work regardless of weather conditions. This opportunity does not sponsor work visas and has no relocation assistance.

Information on this job opportunity can be found Here

More information on the Allen Institute can be found Here

If you have any questions regarding this announcement, please contact Steve Hurley at, steveh@alleninstitute.org.

Dept. of Health Department Thurston County – Tumwater, WA limited duration
posted 10/03/2020

Indoor Air Quality Epidemiologist – Project Epi 1

The WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH has an opening for an Indoor Air Quality Epidemiologist

The Indoor Air Quality Epidemiologist will be the agency subject matter expert on indoor air quality (IAQ) in the Climate Change and Health section. This position has expertise on indoor air quality epidemiology, environmental hygiene, exposure science, and air sampling methods. The position will focus on indoor air quality issues with a specific focus on wildfire smoke guidance and a secondary focus on fossil fuel pollution and indoor sources of air pollution. Reporting to the Senior Epidemiologist in the Climate Change and Health section, this position will help support deliverables in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Environmental Health Capacity Grant. It will design and implement pilot interventions to reduce harmful environmental exposures. In collaboration with local health jurisdictions and other partners, the position will evaluate interventions to develop best practices. These practices will then be promoted through programs, presentations, and publications. Organizationally the position sits within the Environmental Public Health Division in the Office of Environmental Health Sciences in the Climate Change and Health Section. The Indoor Air Quality Epidemiologist supports the agency mission of working with others to improve the health of all people in Washington State by identifying populations vulnerable to IAQ impacts and designing corrective actions to improve environmental health outcomes.

A job description and link for application can be found at this site: Apply Here.

Posting Closing 10/11/2020 11:59 PM Pacific

The duty station for this position is Tumwater, WA. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, telework (mobile-work) is currently expected. When approved to return, the incumbent is expected to report to the duty station for work activities. An alternative work schedule may be considered upon request and supervisor approval. Telework – once returned to the duty station for work activities, may be considered upon request with supervisory approval.

More information on other WA Department of Health careers can be found Here

If you have any questions regarding this announcement, program, or the agency please contact Skyler Jones at Skyler.jones@doh.wa.gov.

Dept. of Labor & Industries King County - Multiple Locations, WA
posted 09/29/2020

L&I Safety & Health Specialist 3, In-Training

The Washington State Dept. of Labor & Industries has an opening for a L&I Safety & Health Specialist 3, In-Training, Region 2.

Do you value worker safety to stop an unsafe act before it causes an injury? As a Safety and Health Specialist, you will take personal responsibility to get hazards corrected before workers get hurt. You will also conduct investigations in fixed industry and on construction sites, identifying hazardous working conditions to ensure compliance with safety and health regulations. In addition, you will observe and document safety hazards, write reports of proposed violations and penalties and provide technical assistance to employers in order for them to abate hazards. Gain job satisfaction by knowing that because of what you do, more people will go home to their families every day. Our mission is the heart of our organization and central to how we do business. Your passion for employee safety and health translates into action when you join our mission, "Keep Washington Safe and Working", to ensure all employees are provided a safe and healthy work environment..

A job description and link for application can be found at this site: Apply Here.

Please Note: The duty station for this position can be flexible within Tukwila, Bellevue or Seattle. Posting closes on 10/11/2020 11:59 PM Pacific

Please Note: This position can be filled as a Safety & Health Specialist 3 or as an in-training opportunity to develop the required skills within this specialized field. If filled as a Safety & Health Specialist 3 in-training, you'll need to successfully complete a formal training plan. The plan is designed to provide classroom and on the job training to encourage qualified and enthusiastic individuals to exert their best effort to learn and enhance their skills. Upon successful competition of the in-training plan, you will progressively advance to the goal of Safety & Health Specialist 3.

Information on this job opportunity can be found Here

More information on the WA Department of LI can be found Here

If you have any questions regarding this announcement, program, or the agency please contact Ashley Harris at. haaw235@lni.wa.gov.

Dept. of Labor and Industries
posted 09/29/2020

Safety and Health Specialist 3, Telecom Specialist

The Washington State Dept. of Labor & Industries has an opening for a L&I Safety & Health Specialist 3, Telecom Specialist

Are you passionate about worker safety? As a Safety and Health Specialist 3, Telecom Specialist, you will be relied upon to inspect workplaces and enforce the correction of safety and health hazards in the Telecommunications Industry. This will require specialized knowledge in the Telecommunications Industry as you will be independently performing and/or leading other inspectors in performing comprehensive inspections and complex accident investigations in multiple high hazard industries. These industries include, but are not limited to, Wireline and Wireless, ensuring compliance with requirements in applicable WAC’s and National Consensus Standards. If you have an extensive telecommunications background and would like to contribute to our mission of Keeping Washington Safe and Working, then we encourage you to apply now!

A job description and link for application can be found at this site: Apply Here.

Please Note: The duty station for this position can be flexible within Moses Lake, Wenatchee, Yakima, Spokane, or Kennewick. Posting Closing 10/11/2020 11:59 PM Pacific

Information on the WA Department of LI can be found Here

More information on other WA Department of LI careers can be found Here

If you have any questions regarding this announcement, program, or the agency please contact Ashley Harris at. haaw235@lni.wa.gov.

Oregon Area

No postings at this time.

Other Area

Cal/OSHA - Assistant Safety Engineer
posted 08/12/2020

Cal/OSHA - Assistant Safety Engineer

Come work for Cal/OSHA as an inspector! Cal/OSHA is hiring Assistant Safety Engineers throughout California. These are field positions that conduct compliance inspections in many different settings and consult with employers on a wide range of health and safety issues. Cal/OSHA inspectors help improve health and safety conditions in workplaces and make a positive difference in the lives of California workers. The State of California offers long-term job security and excellent benefits, such as medical coverage and a pension. As with most State jobs, applicants must first apply for and pass an examination. Once you’ve passed the examination, you will be able to apply to open positions. The Assistant Safety Engineer examination is currently posted. Deadline to apply is September 28. Apply here. Salary: $6,344 - $7,937 per month ($76,128 - $95,244 annually) If you are interested, please contact David Hornung, Senior Safety Engineer and chair of Cal/OSHA’s recruiting committee at CalOSHAJobs@dir.ca.gov Learn more about Cal/OSHA, the application process, and Cal/OSHA inspector positions.

Government of British Columbia BC Public Service Mines Health, Safety and Enforcement Division
posted 10/11/2020

Mines Auditor, Health and Safety

The Government of British Columbia has an excellent senior opportunity for a dedicated professional.

The Mines Health, Safety and Enforcement Division (MHSED) is responsible for the health and safety, compliance management, audits and enforcement for the mineral exploration and mining sector in B.C.  The Compliance, Audit and Enforcement (CAE) Branch was created in 2016 and is an evolving team. This branch is responsible for delivery of the objectives defined by the Mining C&E Strategic and annual operational plans, administration of the administrative monetary penalties program, inspectorate training, compliance business intelligence, delivery of the audit program, Indigenous engagement in compliance, and mine investigations.   

Established in 2019, the Audit Unit is a growing and developing team. This position provides subject matter expertise regarding worker health and safety. Working with other members of the Audit Unit, this position is responsible for contributing to individual audit projects, including the development of comprehensive audit reports with recommendations to senior decision-makers for improved regulatory effectiveness.

A job description and link for application can be found at this site: Apply Here.

Please Note: The Mines Auditor may be located in any of the ministry’s five regional offices. The ministry’s regional offices include Victoria, Prince George, Kamloops, Cranbrook, and Smithers. Other locations may be considered based on operational requirements and availability at time of hire.

An eligibility list may be established. Posting close date is November 2, 2020

Please Note: This opportunity is also posted as a Licensed Science Officer [Other] 3 under REQ 71610.

Information on this job opportunity can be found Here

More information about the BC Public Service can be found Here

If you have any questions regarding this announcement, please contact Emily Quinn at, Emily.Quinn@gov.bc.ca.

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