Reporting to an Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Industrial Safety and Hygiene (ISH) Team Leader, the Industrial Hygiene and Safety (IH/S) Professional 3 is responsible for developing, recommending, and implementing SAFETY programs and procedures associated with the recognition, evaluation, and control of potential exposure hazards. The OSH-ISH group is a key component of the OSH Division, within the ESHQSS Associate Level Directorate (ALD). The IH/S Professional 3 will use advanced SAFETY concepts to resolve complex issues in creative, effective and sustainable ways. Collaboration is a key component to successfully solve challenging problems and to ensure realistic policy expectations. The successful candidate will be required to complete and maintain training and qualification coursework. Bring innovative, safe-work enabled ideas to evolve IH/S programs with a focus on realistic implementation. As you lead IH/S programs, which impact a cohort of 35+ deployed and core IH/S professionals, ranging from early career professionals to advanced CIH/CSP’s, an attitude of continual learning and “how can I help?” is expected. Interacting with and advising deployed IH/S’s on programs, ensuring the field perspective is incorporated, are crucial elements of this position. The IH/S professional is to have advanced understanding and wide application of technical principles, theories and concepts in SAFETY.
MINIMUM: Advanced knowledge of federal, state and local laws, regulations, policies and procedures as they pertain to worker health and safety, including DOE specifics 10 CFR 851 and 850, for example. Advanced experience in coordinating IH/S programs and acting as a subject matter expert for the development, maintenance and implementation of SAFETY programs and services such as: contractor safety, electrical safety, hoisting and rigging, fall protection, vehicle and pedestrian safety, injury/illness, excavation, pause/stop work, penetrations, LOTO, electrical inspections and other Laboratory programs as assigned.
Moderate experience in assisting customers in the implementation of integrated work management (IWM), assisting with the development and review of integrated work documents and associate operating procedures to ensure hazards are appropriately identified and controlled. Advanced experience in technical document writing and interpreting worker health and safety regulations. Moderate training delivery experience. Moderate experience in reviewing plans, designs and specifications for operations and facilities to identify hazards and recommend engineering controls. Advanced computer skills and demonstrated proficiency with standard software applications to include, but not limited to, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Advanced experience interfacing with database management systems. Exceptional interpersonal skills as demonstrated by successfully working with a wide variety of customers.
DESIRED: Broad knowledge of Laboratory organizations, operations / activities and data collection tools. Robust knowledge and application of Integrated Safety Management (ISM), Human Performance Improvement (HPI) and other safety concepts. Certified Safety Professional (CSP). Ability to obtain and maintain DOE “Q” clearance. A minimum of eight years of related experience or equivalent combination of relevant education and professional-level experience. An advanced degree is preferred.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Michael Rosenow will be onsite at AIHce 2019 for pre-screeing/interviewing. Please contact him via cell/text.
Internal Number: IRC72427
About Los Alamos National Laboratory
The Environment, Safety, Health, Quality, Security and Safeguards (ESHQSS) Associate Laboratory Directorate (ALD) mission is to support and enable the Laboratory to accomplish its assigned mission. Within ESHQSS is the Occupational Health and Safety (OSH) Division, of which OSH-ISH is a crucial group. OSH-ISH tasks are varied, but they all have one focus: protection of workers, the public and the environment while getting work done. Our job is not to say no, but to say “How can I help you safely accomplish your task?”
The OSH Division’s mission is to identify and control workplace hazards; prevent injuries and illnesses; develop policy and programs for biological, chemical and physical (non-radioactive) hazards; develop and provide training; maintain centralized data; encourage continual improvement in workplace safety and health; and manage safety concerns.