Manages university's workplace safety and construction
programs. Writes and edits safety plans, procedures, and guidelines that
minimize impact from adverse conditions or incidents at Pittsburgh campuses. Coordinates
and maintains the Emergency Response Plan. Maintains loss control data base and
performs accident analysis, trending prediction, and loss control studies.
Conducts safety and environmental inspections and provides recommendations to
correct safety hazards. Performs ergonomic studies, risk assessments, noise
level evaluations, air quality measurements, accident investigations, and makes
recommendations for improvements. Develops and conducts training programs for
faculty, staff, and students. Acts as liaison to city, state, and federal
regulators and insurance brokers and agents.
- Education: Bachelor's Degree in engineering, public
health, or safety related science discipline or equivalent combination of
training and experience.
- Licenses: Authorized OSHA outreach trainer or qualified
to obtain this certification.
- Experience: Five (5) years safety related experience,
including accident prevention, interpretation of OSHA regulations in both general
industry and construction, training, hazard recognition and mitigation.
- Skills: Competent with computer applications including
word processing, spreadsheet, and database software. Demonstrated
knowledge and interpretation of OSHA, and NFPA regulations and standards.
Effective written and oral communication with diverse cultural and
intellectual groups. Proficient with field survey instrumentation,
including field calibration, the interpretation of measurements and report
- Physical Mobility: Ability (including passing medical examination to wear a respirator) and willingness to wear tight fitting respirator; physically
and mentally capable of wearing respiratory protection for at least two
continuous hours. Must be clean shaven when wearing tight fitting
respirator face-piece. Must be mobile and capable of maneuvering through mechanical rooms, steam tunnels and on rooftops.
- Environmental Conditions: Rare exposure to chemical and
hazardous material; may need to audit potential or actual health and
safety hazards where there may be conditions of high temperature and
- Mental: Ability to pay close attention to detail and
keep accurate records, to meet deadlines, and to handle "rush"
or peak work times. Capable of scheduling tasks and multitasking,
remaining calm and composed when dealing with difficult people or
- Other: Able to work long hours when responding to
emergencies. Must be available on a 24 hour basis, except when on PTO or
when not in local area.
- Education: Master's Degree in engineering or safety
related science discipline.
- Licenses: Certified Safety Professional or Certified
Industrial Hygienist; additional certifications in ergonomics, safety
management, risk management and/or loss control desirable.
- Experience: One or more years managing a safety program
preferably in a college or university setting. Emergency response and
disaster planning. Ergonomic evaluations.
Regular Full Time
EH&S: ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY
Minimum Education Level
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent
Preferred Education Level
Master's Degree or equivalent
43,059 - 75,353 US Dollars Annually
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