Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 16:26:27 -0800
Reply-To: Debbie Decker <dmdecker**At_Symbol_Here**UCDAVIS.EDU>
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From: Debbie Decker <dmdecker**At_Symbol_Here**UCDAVIS.EDU>
Subject: Fwd: Job Opening At UCD
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Excuse the cross-postings.

>UC Davis EH&S is recruiting for an assistant EH&S director.  Below is the
>job announcement.
>UC Davis Job Opportunity
>Assistant Director - Environmental Health & Safety
>VL# 1896 External
>Assistant Director - Environmental Health & Safety $5,508.33 - $9,908.33/Mo.
>Open until filled
>This position is located in: Davis Campus
>This External position is for UCD/UCDHS employees and the general public.
>Applications from the general public and UCD/UCDHS employees will be
>considered simultaneously.
>The Office of Environmental Health and Safety has responsibility for
>promoting a safe and healthful environment for employees, students and
>visitors. The Assistant Director is the senior advisor to the EH&S Director
>with oversight management of all programs in the health, safety and
>environmental areas for the UC Davis campus. Guidance is provided from
>federal and state regulations; recommended good practices/guidelines from
>recognized professional organizations as standard establishing groups;
>university-wide, campus and EH&S policy and procedures.
>This position performs the highest level of complex professional duties in
>the health, safety, and environmental fields. The incumbent must exercise
>initiative, originality and judgment in applying established principles and
>practices to new, unusual and the most complex problems with several
>variables. This position has broad operational and human resource
>responsibilities including:
>Representing the Director in dealing with all EH&S issues and serving as the
>Acting Director as appropriate;
>Management oversight for the campus health physics, health and safety,
>environmental protection and hazardous waste programs;
>Budget, financial and staffing long-range planning;
>Space planning;
>Developing and implementing improvements to procedures and processes in all
>areas of responsibility;
>Responsibility for the duties and training of a professional staff of 19 and
>5 technicians;
>Overseeing special projects as requested by the Director;
>Preventing injuries and illnesses due to occupational or environmentally
>related impacts;
>Preventing work-related injuries resulting from the use of hazardous
>chemicals, exposure to ionizing radiation or occurrences of infectious
>This position assists the Director in managing the EH&S budget of
>approximately $4 million. 53% of the budget comes from the University's
>general funds and the remainder comes from various other sources including
>extramural funds, recharges and special projects.
>This position is responsible for the training and general safety, health and
>environmental operations for 24 employees.
>To apply: Mail resume to Dorothy Hunt at the University of California,
>Environmental Health & Safety, 1 Shields Ave, Davis, CA 95616 or fax resume
>to her attention at 530-752-4527.
>This position will remain open until filled. Position is subject to a
>background check. For more information about Environmental Health & Safety,
>UC Davis is an Equal Opportunity Employer
>Special Conditions of Employment: This position is a critical position and
>subject to a background check. Employment is contingent upon successful
>completion of background investigation including criminal history and
>identity check.
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