Under customer policy and guidelines, the contractor shall consult, plan, implement, evaluate, and certify environmental health/industrial hygiene services for customer’s employees and managers. The contractor shall perform environmental health/industrial hygiene investigations, studies, and evaluations, which may include: Developing survey protocols, cost estimates, and tentative site visit schedules; performing environmental sampling, to include air water, soil, or process by-product and waste materials; sample analyses; and interpreting results; conducting employee interviews, developing and administering questionnaires, and analyzing and interpreting results; drawing conclusions based upon current scientific methodologies and knowledge; comparing findings to current standards or criteria; providing concise, cost-effective, and health-protective recommendations that address deficiencies or problems observed or noted in investigations, studies, and evaluations; providing trip reports, interim reports, and final project reports according to customer guidelines. Perform quality assurance activities related to environmental health/industrial hygiene instrumentation; using appropriate sampling techniques, analytical standards, and blanks; and certifying that instrumentation, methodologies, and techniques are consistent with acceptable professional practices. Provide consultation to employee personnel and other occupational health professionals designated by the customer such as hazard communications and hazard awareness, including the preparation of training manuals and other training materials. Consultation activities may include: Communicating findings, results, conclusions, recommendations of investigations, studies, and evaluations: Participating as a member of a multi-disciplinary occupational health team in providing environmental health/industrial hygiene investigations, studies, and evaluations, and serving as a consultant on customer committees, work groups and task forces.
Minimum Requirement – Bachelors Degree in non-science or non-engineering field from an accredited university. Experience in general industrial hygiene, training program development, delivery of training, asbestos, indoor air quality, epidemiology, safety, and hazard communication. Certified as an Industrial Hygienist by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene and meet the experience criteria as a certified Industrial Hygienist. Maintain current proficiency in professional field as well as completion of continuing education programs necessary to maintain proficiency.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Level 1 – Zero to 2 years related experience, in addition to education and professional proficiency.
Level 2 – 3 to 5 years related experience, in addition to education and professional proficiency.
Level 3 – more than 5 years related experience, in addition to education and professional proficiency.
Candidates MUST have U.S. Citizenship or the ability to obtain citizenship, and be able to pass a government background investigation.
Must be able to perform minimum requirements of position.
Bristol Bay Native Corporation - 2 years ago