Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2006 21:45:33 -0400
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Subject: Job Opening, University of Texas Tyler
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3900 University Boulevard, Tyler, TX  75799

Administration Building 108.


Department:  Environmental Health and Safety
Date Posted:   04-17-06
Job No.  06-40
Salary:  DOE
EEO Category:  Professional Non-Faculty
FLSA:  Exempt

EDUCATION:   Bachelorís degree in engineering, natural sciences,  
industrial hygiene, public health, safety or other appropriate  
discipline is required.  Masterís degree in one of the above stated  
disciplines is preferred.  Professional certification in an area of  
environmental health and safety is preferred.
EXPERIENCE:  Five years of experience with responsibility for the  
management of a comprehensive environmental health and safety program  
covering lab safety, hazardous waste, construction safety, employee  
safety, fire and life safety, regulatory reporting (federal, state,  
and local) is required.  This experience in an academic or research  
environment is preferred.
RESPONSIBILITIES:  Responsible for ensuring the completion of surveys  
and inspections related to environmental health and safety; servicing  
and testing of fire protection equipment and systems; necessary  
drills; emergency response to incidents involving hazardous  
materials; identify and prioritize environmental risks; develop  
environmental policies, programs, and procedures for UT Tyler;  
collect and analyze data, formulate opinions, and recommend proactive  
solutions to control environmental risks and improve practices  
through encouragement and support;  research and maintain working  
knowledge of relevant environmental rules and regulations; develop,  
institute, and coordinate safety policies for UT Tyler employees;  
administer, develop, and deliver training and/or presentations to  
diverse groups and audiences; preview the component injury data and  
ascertain location of injuries and provide recommendation to  
eliminate hazards; conduct periodic surveys and inspections of  
facilities and equipment to comply with code requirements, identify  
safety hazards, prevent accidents, and conserve University property;  
inspect all fire and life safety measures on the campus on an on- 
going basis and identify items that need repair of preventative  
maintenance; attend UT System-wide workgroups and committees; perform  
other duties as required.
Salary includes BRP

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