Microsft Office (Excel, Word, Powerpoint) experience required.
Ability to create, interpret and present various reports.
Excellent communications skills (written and verbal).
Some knowledge of FAA EOSH Programs preferred.
Specific Job Description
The selected candidate will provide support to Vehicle Safety and Regional Occupational Safety, Health and Environmental Resource (ROSHER) Programs for the Federal Aviation Administration as a contractor for the National Airspace System Integration Support Contract (NISC III).
Candidate will be responsible for the following:
- Create, monitor, track, interpret, and present various reports and data to all levels of management on a quarterly/annual basis. Classifies and summarizes data for the preparation and submission of reports on a reocurring basis as needed. Manage schedules and prepares status reports.
- Conduct workplace investigations using FAA Workplace Inspetions tools (WIT). Present recommendations/solutions related to FAA management.
- Provide assistance and recommendations to FAA managers and staff regarding Occupational Safety & Health (OSHA) investigations which directly affect the attainment of agency goals.
- Provides planning, scheduling, networking and coordination assistance among all regional and headquarters’ organizations; involving NAS implementation and integration efforts and related monitoring/tracking programs.
Standard Job Description
Conducts health program in industrial plant to recognize, eliminate, evaluate and control occupational health hazards or environmental factors or stresses arising in or from the workplace or facility that may cause sickness, impaired health or well-being, or significant discomfort and inefficiency among workers or citizens of the community. Coordinates the monitoring of all workplace environments by analyzing work operations and processes, materials, equipment, and work habits of employees; measures the magnitude of exposure to workers of all environmental hazards by selecting or devising methods and instrumentation suitable for such measurements; and presents specific conclusions and recommendations to appropriate management groups. Prepares rules, standards, and procedures as necessary to promote the healthful conduct of all work practices and the prevention of hazardous or nuisance exposure to the surrounding community. Directs epidemiologic studies to discover possibilities of the presence of occupational disease and to establish or improve threshold limit values or standards as guides for the maintenance of health and efficiency. Assists supervision in educating employees on practices, precautions, and procedures established. Reviews present and proposed standards and surveys new installations. Audits programs and conditions at all facilities; provides written reports of findings with recommendations for improvement (where needed); and follows up on implementation.
Bachelors degree from an accredited college in a related discipline, or equivalent experience/combined education. Entry level.
LMCareers Business Unit
ESS0997 IS&GS-CIVIL (S8200)
Info Systems & Global Sol
Environment Safety and Health
District of Columbia
STANDARD-Mon-Fri/8 hours a day
Lockheed Martin Corporation - 21 months ago
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