Michigan, United States
Salary Not specified
Jan 22, 2021
Employment Level
Employment Type
Full Time
Assists the Director of the Office of Laboratory and Field Safety with implementing various lab, shop, and field safety programs on campus. Works in coordination with campus community while providing laboratory safety services (chemical, biological, radiological, and laser).Bachelor's degree in industrial hygiene, environmental health & safety, health physics, chemistry, biology or a related field.
40 hours OSHA HAZWOPER Technician training or the ability to complete the training within the first year of employment.
Three years' experience in an environmental health and safety role.
Report writing experience.
Knowledge of use and operation of health & safety monitoring/testing equipment including but not limited to gas monitors, air sampling equipment and personal protective equipment.
Working knowledge of OSHA and EPA regulations.
Effective written and verbal communication skills, including experience with group presentations.
Demonstrated computer experience with business software applications, including MS Word, Excel and/or Access.
Ability to work varied hours depending on campus activities, training schedules, etc.
Ability to pass a HAZMAT medical examination and be medically qualified to wear respiratory protection devices.
Ability to lift safety equipment weighing up to fifty pounds and move fifty-five gallon drums with appropriate equipment.
Must possess a valid driver's license and be able to drive University vehicles and respond to after-hours emergencies.
Demonstrated ability to build rapport, communicate effectively, and project a positive attitude.
Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.

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