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CURRENT POSITIONS

 

DATE POSTED:

3/29/19

POSITION TITLE:

Senior ESH Professional

Supporting the Bioenergy Science and Technology Directorate

COMPANY/ORGANIZATION:

NREL

POSITION LOCATION:

Golden, CO

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

 

SALARY:

TBD

EMPLOYMENT TYPE:

Full time

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND DUTIES:

Advanced level Environmental, Safety and Health (ESH) Point of Contact position for the Bioenergy Science and Technology R&D Directorate. Provide technical guidance for hazard ID and control of new or modified work conducted in that organization.  Capable of working independently in frequent interactions with researchers, support staff, senior managers, and Department of Energy (DOE) counterparts.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Collaborates with research and operational staff to evaluate risks of new or modified work activities and proactively implements continuous environmental, safety and health (ESH) improvements.
  • Assists in the development of hazard identification and control documents as part of the research/operations projects or activity life cycle.  These include safety/risk assessments, safe work permits, safe operating procedures and readiness verifications prior to operation of new/changed research experiments.
  • Performs and coordinates industrial hygiene monitoring, develops industrial hygiene reports and recommends corrective measures based on results of air and noise monitoring, medical surveillances, and ergonomic assessments.
  • Conducts advanced risk assessments including process hazard analyses or other complex hazard assessments for pilot- and bench-scale research operations which may present such hazards as biological, electrical, pressures above/below ambient, high temperatures, fire and explosion, lasers, ergonomic and reactive and toxic materials.
  • Completes regulatory and code compliance reviews including design reviews for future research projects.
  • Provides ESH oversight of subcontractors for construction, service or maintenance activities for areas of support.
  • Develops plans for and conducts ESH inspections, audits and oversight assessments.
  • Develops and provides ESH training to various organizational units. The training may be formal scheduled classes or informal, on-demand training on special topics.
  • Supports the implementation of Environmental Programs in areas such as National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), air quality, water quality, chemical and waste management, natural resources, storage tanks, spill prevention, construction, and Environmental Management Systems (EMS).
  • Acts as a member of the NREL Chemical Response Team for spill response. Responsibilities include: participation in drills, classroom training, wearing respiratory protection and maintenance of required certifications.
  • Conducts accident/incident investigation and causal analysis as needed. Provides follow-up on corrective action implementation.
  • Develops, implements and administers assigned NREL ESH programs and Office Desk Procedures.
  • Responds to staff inquiries, concerns and requests for assistance on ESH matters including guidance on ESH program implementation and/or interpretation.

EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS:

Basic Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical, Chemical or Civil Engineering and 9 or more years of experience or equivalent Engineering experience. Or, relevant Master's Degree in Mechanical, Chemical or Civil Engineering and 7 or more years of experience or equivalent Engineering. Or, a PhD Mechanical, Chemical or Civil Engineering and 4 or more years of experience or equivalent Engineering experience. Or, relevant JD and 4 or more years of experience or equivalent Engineering experience.

Additional Qualifications

  • Demonstrated leadership in one or more areas of team, task or project responsibilities.
  • Demonstrated ability to independently perform duties.
  • Advanced technical knowledge of EHS practices, procedures and techniques.
  • Excellent interpersonal and oral communications skills.
  • Excellent technical writing skills.
  • Ability to perform site work that can involve extreme weather conditions and moderate physical exertion.
  • Ability to walk one mile continuously, able to stand continuously for two hours, able to lift and carry 45 pounds.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and/or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH).
  • Master’s degree in environmental health, occupational safety, industrial hygiene or other relevant discipline.
  • Strong chemical safety education and/or experience background – such as a chemistry or chemical engineering degree or minor, or experience as a chemical hygiene officer.
  • Experience performing and/or facilitating Process Hazard Analyses such as Hazard Operability Studies or What-if analyses.
  • Working knowledge and experience of controls and precautions for handling BSL 1 and BLS 2 biosafety hazards.
  • 40-hour HAZWOPER training.
  • Ability to lead and participate on both intra-office and cross-organizational teams.
  • Experience with hazard identification and control in the use of hazardous materials.
  • Experience working in a research and development environment – such as a laboratory or university.
  • Ability and willingness to wear respiratory protection, including a full-face respirator.
  • Working knowledge of OHSA LOTO standard and NFPA 70E
  • Ability and willingness to occasionally use a full-face respirator with SCBA.
  • Ability to travel on occasion.
  • Ability and willingness to work weekends and/or evenings on occasion as need arises.
  • Proficient computer skills, including MS Office Suite, e-mail and ability to quickly learn database software applications, such as FileMaker.

HOW TO APPLY:

 Apply online at https://www.nrel.gov/careers/find-job.html

 

 

DATE POSTED:

3/29/19

POSITION TITLE:

Senior ESH Professional

Supporting Materials and Chemical Science and Technology (MCST) Directorate

COMPANY/ORGANIZATION:

NREL

POSITION LOCATION:

Golden, CO

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

 

SALARY:

TBD

EMPLOYMENT TYPE:

Full time

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND DUTIES:

Advanced level Environmental, Safety and Health (ESH) Point of Contact position for the Bioenergy Science and Technology R&D Directorate. Provide technical guidance for hazard ID and control of new or modified work conducted in that organization.  Capable of working independently in frequent interactions with researchers, support staff, senior managers, and Department of Energy (DOE) counterparts.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  • Collaborates with research and operational staff to evaluate risks of new or modified work activities and proactively implements continuous environmental, safety and health (ESH) improvements.
  • Assists in the development of hazard identification and control documents as part of the research/operations projects or activity life cycle.  These include safety/risk assessments, safe work permits, safe operating procedures and readiness verifications prior to operation of new/changed research experiments.
  • Performs and coordinates industrial hygiene monitoring, develops industrial hygiene reports and recommends corrective measures based on results of air and noise monitoring, medical surveillances, and ergonomic assessments.
  • Conducts advanced risk assessments including process hazard analyses or other complex hazard assessments for pilot- and bench-scale research operations which may present such hazards as biological, electrical, pressures above/below ambient, high temperatures, fire and explosion, lasers, ergonomic and reactive and toxic materials.
  • Completes regulatory and code compliance reviews including design reviews for future research projects.
  • Provides ESH oversight of subcontractors for construction, service or maintenance activities for areas of support.
  • Develops plans for and conducts ESH inspections, audits and oversight assessments.
  • Develops and provides ESH training to various organizational units. The training may be formal scheduled classes or informal, on-demand training on special topics.
  • Supports the implementation of Environmental Programs in areas such as National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), air quality, water quality, chemical and waste management, natural resources, storage tanks, spill prevention, construction, and Environmental Management Systems (EMS).
  • Acts as a member of the NREL Chemical Response Team for spill response. Responsibilities include: participation in drills, classroom training, wearing respiratory protection and maintenance of required certifications.
  • Conducts accident/incident investigation and causal analysis as needed. Provides follow-up on corrective action implementation.
  • Develops, implements and administers assigned NREL ESH programs and Office Desk Procedures.
  • Responds to staff inquiries, concerns and requests for assistance on ESH matters including guidance on ESH program implementation and/or interpretation.

EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS:

Basic Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical, Chemical or Civil Engineering and 9 or more years of experience or equivalent Engineering experience. Or, relevant Master's Degree in Mechanical, Chemical or Civil Engineering and 7 or more years of experience or equivalent Engineering. Or, a PhD Mechanical, Chemical or Civil Engineering and 4 or more years of experience or equivalent Engineering experience. Or, relevant JD and 4 or more years of experience or equivalent Engineering experience.

Additional Qualifications

  • Demonstrated leadership in one or more areas of team, task or project responsibilities.
  • Demonstrated ability to independently perform duties.
  • Advanced technical knowledge of EHS practices, procedures and techniques.
  • Excellent interpersonal and oral communications skills.
  • Excellent technical writing skills.
  • Ability to perform site work that can involve extreme weather conditions and moderate physical exertion.
  • Ability to walk one mile continuously, able to stand continuously for two hours, able to lift and carry 45 pounds.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Five or more years of ESH experience in a semiconductor fabrication/foundry cleanroom or related industry (Semiconductor R&D or manufacturing environment).
  • Experience with fire and building codes as they relate to H5 occupancies
  • Experience working with portable or fixed toxic gas monitoring equipment for highly toxic gases
  • Experience in applying equipment engineering standards to design builds of research equipment (i.e, SEMI S2)
  • Ability to give, receive and comprehend directions of a complex nature (e.g., supporting process engineering systems using hazardous chemistry).
  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and/or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH).
  • Master’s degree in environmental health, occupational safety, industrial hygiene or other relevant discipline.
  • Experience conducting hazard/risk assessments and specifying control measures for the use of hazardous production materials (HPM’s).
  • Experience conducting safety assessments and applying hazard control techniques in semiconductor or other micro-electronics production or R&D environments.
  • Strong chemical safety education such as a chemistry or chemical engineering degree or minor.
  • Experienced and/or trained as a Process Hazard Analysis facilitator.
  • 40 hours HAZWOPER training.
  • Ability to lead and participate on both intra-office and cross-organizational teams.
  • Ability to travel on occasion.
  • Ability and willingness to work weekends and/or evenings on occasion as need arises.
  • Proficient computer skills, including MS Office Suite, e-mail and ability to quickly learn database software applications, such as FileMaker.
  • Familiarity with DOE 10 CFR 851 Worker Safety and Health Program and Integrated Safety Management Systems.
  • Experience working in a research and development environment – such as a laboratory or university.
  • Ability and willingness to occasionally wear respiratory protection, including a full-face respirator.

HOW TO APPLY:

 Apply online at https://www.nrel.gov/careers/find-job.html

 

 

 

DATE POSTED

1/24/2019

POSITION TITLE

HSE Coordinator

COMPANY/ ORGANIZATION

EDF Renewables

POSITION LOCATION

Loveland, CO

APPLICATION DEADLINE

 

SALARY

 

EMPLOYMENT TYPE

 

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND DUTIES

Scope of Job: Works directly with the Sr. Manager Health, Safety & Environment in assisting with tracking, administrating, formulating and implementing policies and procedures that promote a safe and healthful atmosphere within the workplace, as well as comply with all federal, state and local environmental and safety regulations.

 Responsibilities:

20%- Manage the organization’s safety regulatory reporting and record keeping requirements, internally and with external entities as well as generate all internal and external metrics reports on a periodic and as needed basis.

10%- Monitor and update the HSE Center on an ongoing basis.

10%- Assist in the development, design, implementation and ongoing maintenance of the organization’s Incident Management tool.

5%- Oversee incident reporting process, including assisting HSE Specialists and departmental management in making corrections and resolving issues as needed.

15%- Coordinate the HSE Document Control process; including but not limited to; the review process, tracking of all changes, ensure documents are translated as required, distributing approved documents and ensuring the HSE Manual is current and accurate.

10%- Assist with department budget management and project tracking.

5%- Develop, coordinate and distribute HSE communications; including but not limited to; weekly safety messages, metrics reports, incident review reports, internal department reports and HSE updates in other organizational publications. 

10%- Work with HSE specialists in providing technical support in areas including but not limited to AED system review, Job Hazard Analysis reviews, contractor management support, Safety Observation tracking, DOT compliance, Safety Awards and Recognition programs and environmental compliance support. 

10%- Provide general administrative and clerical support; including but not limited to; ordering and shipping HSE program materials, ordering and maintaining office supplies/equipment, managing SAP purchase orders and requisitions/invoices and tracking department training in the company approved system as needed.

5%- Other duties as assigned

 Qualifications:

• Must have good written and oral communication skills with the ability to communicate with all levels of the organization. Ability to work well with all levels of management, build relationships and credibility.

• Must be energetic, well organized, and able to manage shifting priorities.

• Demonstrated ability to prioritize, assist in projects, work under pressure, meet deadlines, adapt to shifting priorities and changing work situations and be solution oriented.

• Must have a valid driver’s license with clean DMV record.

Education/Experience:

• 3 years of safety administration experience preferred.

• Must have working knowledge of Code of Federal Regulations, including assisting HSE Specialists and departmental management in making corrections and resolving issues as needed.

HOW TO APPLY

https://usr55.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/edfre/Posting/View/307