This position is responsible for several key functions including consultation and training in occupational health and safety standards. This position will conduct the most complex industrial hygiene investigations and consultations related to places of public employment. The position is familiar with and enforces relevant provisions of Wisconsin Legislature chapters SPS 330, 332, 335, and 360-364, Wis. Adm. Code. The position also conducts investigations related to deaths and injuries at places of public or private employment. When directed, the position conducts investigations related to chapters SPS 333 and 334, Wis. Adm. Code. The position stays current and receives ongoing training in occupational health and safety standards.
Special Notes :
Employment will require a background check.
Must be certified or recognized nationally or within the State of Wisconsin as a Certified Industrial Hygienist.
Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities :
Expert knowledge of industrial hygiene and employee safety systems; firm understanding of appropriate Wisconsin Statutes, Administrative Code, and adopted national standards; highly skilled in preparation and evaluation of high technical reports, work logs, orders, and other required documentation; effective oral communication skills in dealing with department staff, other government agencies, professional organizations, and the public; ability to assemble, appraise, and organize facts to logically, clearly, and concisely present information in accepted oral and written forms; skill and ability to reach consensus on potential conflict issues. Skill in and ability to prioritize tasks and respond to issues determined to be critical and/or urgent; skill in mediation of conflict and the ability to effectively analyze and make recommendations related to Wisconsin Administrative Code, Wisconsin Statutes, and Division procedures.
This classification is in pay schedule, pay range 15-03. The salary range for this position is $22.247-$36.708 per hour, depending upon qualifications and agency needs. A six month probationary period will be required.
State of Wisconsin - 18 months ago
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