Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2006 09:07:12 -0400
Reply-To: "Mary M. Cavanaugh" <cavanaughmm**At_Symbol_Here**APPSTATE.EDU>
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From: "Mary M. Cavanaugh" <cavanaughmm**At_Symbol_Here**APPSTATE.EDU>
Organization: ASU Safety & WC Office
Subject: FW: Re-Posted Safety Officer II (Safety Trainer) Position
Comments: To: Connie McElroy-Bacon ,
SAFETY**At_Symbol_Here**LIST.UVM.EDU, aihaih-list**At_Symbol_Here**
Please forgive the cross postings.

Anyone with suggestions on other good locations to post this position,
please contact me (note that I am not the contact FOR the position, however)
at cavanaughmm**At_Symbol_Here**

Thanks.  -mmc
Mary M. Cavanaugh, CIH
phone  828.262.6838
email  cavanaughmm**At_Symbol_Here**

-----Original Message-----


Please review, post, and circulate the following Re-Posted Safety Officer II
(revised as Safety Trainer) position with others in your region/area.
Interested individuals should go to for ASU Human Resource
Services instructions on applying for the position (Scroll to the bottom of
the page).  Note the extended deadline date for applications!  
Interested individuals can also contact me at the telephone number of e-mail
address noted below. 

Thank you in advance for your assistance with this request.
Evan K. Rowe, Jr. Ph.D.
Safety Director
Safety & Workers' Compensation Office
Business Affairs Support Building
Appalachian State University
1039 State Farm Road
Boone, NC 28608
Phone:  828-262-6120
Fax:  828-262-6914
department web site:


*_CLASSIFICATION:_* 	SAFETY OFFICER II (Repost from 6/12/06)
*_POSITION #:_* 	8169

	SALARY RANGE: $32,920 - $52,713

*_Minimum Requirements:_*
Graduation from a four-year college or university with a major in
Technology/Safety, or Occupational Safety and Health; or Environmental
Safety/Health; or Industrial Hygiene; or one of the physical sciences and a
minimum of one (1) year progressive occupational safety and health or
industrial hygiene experience; or an equivalent combination of education and
directly related experience.

*_Preferred Education, Training, Experience, or Skills:_*

    * Direct, demonstrated experience in development and implementing a
      safety and health training program in a college/university
      environment is strongly preferred ;
    * Two (2) years of safety, health training experience;
    * Coursework in adult education techniques is highly desired;
    * Demonstrated ability to use Windows based programs to develop
      databases and training materials on IBM compatible computer;
    * Previous experience using computer and audiovisual training tools
      and training equipment;
    * ASTD (American Society for Training & Development) Certification,
      ASP (Associate Safety Professional) Certification, CSP (Certified
      Safety Professional) Certification, Occupational Health and Safety
      Technologist (OHST) Certification, or certification as an
      Environmental, Safety & Health Trainer (CET) is highly desired; and
    * Certification as an Industrial Hygiene Technician (CIHT), or
      Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) is a
      plus, but not a substitute for experience or education, or
      professional certification(s) in a directly related field.

*_Description of Work:_*
This is an administrative and technical position designed to provide
technical support and program management for the Safety Director and
University Industrial Hygienist. Major responsibilities include:
(1) Develop and conduct a comprehensive needs assessment for safety and
health training for campus departments;
(2) Develop, document, and deliver safety and health training programs based
on need assessments to all levels of university personnel, including
specialized training programs and new/transfer employee training programs.
Work with other staff to coordinate total safety and health training
(3) Develop, maintain, and audit university safety and health computerized
training records and database, including re-training and tracking employee
training records;
(4) Coordinate with regulatory agencies to insure training programs meet
state, federal, and local regulatory requirements. Coordinate purchase and
development of additional training programs;
(5) Maintain and expand departmental website;
(6) Serve as liaison with University Safety and Health Committee to inform
them of training programs and deficiencies. Perform other administrative
duties and special projects as needed; and
(7) Assist other departmental staff to perform additional safety and health
tasks as directed.

(Note extended date)

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