Salary Range: Salary will commensurate with experience and qualifications.
The Office of Risk Management is seeking a talented person to develop and manage the University Occupational Safety Programs. This person will work closely with the Office of Facilities to ensure the university employees are complying with occupational safety programs that meet OSHA requirements and recognized best practices.
- Coordinate the design and implementation of new occupational safety programs applicable to university employees
- Review and refresh all existing programs
- Ensure compliance with occupational safety and health programs by university employees
- Develop and deliver appropriate training and education related to occupational safety programs
- Ensure proper incident reporting and that investigations are performed and documented
- Assist in conducting job hazard and risk analyses for the university trades.
- Perform inspections and audits of facilities
- Implement a culture of safety throughout the university
- Ensure proper records are maintained at all times
- Support Resilience and Crisis Management Programs
- Support Emergency Response Programs
- Other duties as required.
Education and Experience:
- A Bachelor's degree is required, preferably in safety engineering or industrial safety.
- Three (3) years of experience coordinating occupational safety programs in a university or industrial setting.
- Professional certification is preferred (CSP, CSHO, etc.)
- Fluency in Spanish is preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- The ability to work with a wide range of people at varying levels of skill and authority-effectively-is required. The ability to multi-task, manage and prioritize day-to-day tasks combined with project management is required.
- Strong understanding of facilities infrastructure and university operations is preferred-ability to learn required.
- Candidate should have strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.
- The ideal candidate should be able to manage time and problem solve effectively and have a strong customer service orientation.
- Organizational skills and project management skills are highly desired and the candidate must have attention to detail.
- Microsoft office skills are required. Additional software as needed for database support is preferred.
- The ideal candidate should have the ability to manage time, identify and provide appropriate metrics and reports as needed, and accurately manage multiple projects simultaneously.
- Web development experience is preferred
- Position may require response to potential incidents may occur at any time and this person may be called in anytime day/night or even on weekends or vacations-although rare.
- Bend, Squat, Stand
- Crawl, Climb, Kneel
- Reach above shoulders
- Handle objects with dexterity
- Push/Pull, Carry/lift over 50lbs
- Wear Personal Protective Equipment as appropriate for job duties
- Around moving machinery
- Exposure to marked changes in temperature or humidity
- Drives motorized equipment
Please click the "Apply for this job" link above to access the online application. Requisition ID: RIS00000011
Deadline to Apply: April 21, 2017
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