Environmental Health Manager-Career Executive
University of Wisconsin-Madison - Madison, WI

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The mission of Environment, Health & Safety department (EH&S) is to ensure the health and safety of
people, buildings, and the natural environment at UW-Madison and associated facilities. We
accomplish our mission through professional services, technical expertise, strong partnerships and
regulatory oversight. Website: http://www.ehs.wisc.edu/ehs-about.htm

SALARY : Starting annual salary is between $59,405 and $99,386 depending on

qualifications,, plus excellent benefits . A two-year career executive trial period will

be required. This position is included in pay schedule 81, range 01.

CONTACT: Shari Cnare, Human Resources Assistant Advanced, 608-265-4059,

scnare@fpm.wisc.edu .

JOB DUTIES : This position manages all aspects of the Fire and Life Safety program on the UW Madison Campus including, but not limited to, providing advanced level staff assistance and technical inspection work in the promotion, development and coordination of comprehensive Fire and Life Safety and Facility loss control for all University of Wisconsin – Madison property within the borders of the state of Wisconsin. This position supervises classified permanent and limited term employees as well as student help.

JOB DESCRIPTION: For a complete position description, go to: http://ohr.wisc.edu/weblisting/classified/PDDetail.aspx?vacid=85458&title=55590.

KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED : Must possess a valid Wisconsin driver’s license, have a motor vehicle record that
meets UW Risk Management standards, and maintain ability to drive State of
Wisconsin owned vehicles.

Knowledge of established safety standards, fire and life safety
codes, state statutes; theories, practices, procedures, methods and techniques; of OSHA, NFPA and
Wisconsin Administrative Codes relating to buildings, equipment and working environment safety; of
methods used in teaching and ability to give oral presentations and training courses on various safety
subjects; of principles and techniques of effective supervising, planning, prioritizing, organizing, and
delegating work to subordinates. Skill in supervising, training, and evaluating performance standards for
subordinate employees. Ability to direct the work of others.

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