Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2007 11:08:39 -0700
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From: Regina Frasca <rfrasca**At_Symbol_Here**CSUSM.EDU>
Subject: Hazardous Materials Specialist position at CSUF
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Comments: cc: "Bourdon, Scott"
I am posting this on behalf of CSU Fullerton.  Please see contact info
Hazardous Materials Specialist (3074BR)

Environmental Health and Instructional Safety

California State University, Fullerton

The Department of Environmental Health and Instructional Safety at
California State University in

Fullerton California is seeking an Administrative Analyst/Specialist
Exempt I who will serve as the

university's Hazardous Materials Specialist. This position is under the
general supervision of the

Environmental Compliance Manager, encompassing the University's
compliance programs in: health

& safety, hazardous materials/waste, biological, radiation, medical
waste, storm water, and air quality.

This position provides support in the collection, segregation and
disposal of hazardous, medical, biohazardous,

radioactive, universal and electronic waste (collectively called
hazardous waste)

Essential Qualifications: Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree in
Chemistry, Environmental

Health, or a related scientific discipline. Related experience can be
substituted for education.

Experience coordinating and implementing hazardous materials/waste
compliance programs.

Proficient in using a PC and MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc,).
Strong verbal and written

communication skills. Ability to communicate with a diverse campus

Preferred Qualifications: Has experience or knowledge of state and
federal laws governing

hazardous materials and hazardous waste including use, storage, safe
handling procedures, and

appropriate personal protective equipment. Experience or knowledge of
segregation and packaging of

waste. Familiarity with ionizing and non-ionizing radiation and lab
practices needed to administer the

regulatory and operational portion of the Radiation Safety Program.
Experience or knowledge in a

variety of laboratory practices.

Special Working Conditions: Works in laboratories, the University's
Hazardous Waste Facility,

and other campus work locations where a variety of hazardous, extremely
hazardous, radioactive, and

bio-hazardous materials are present.

Licenses/Certifications: Current 40 hour Hazardous Waste Operations and

Response (HAZWOPER) certification preferred but will be provided as a
requirement for the position.

Valid Driver's License required. First Aid/CPR training preferred or
will be provided to the employee.

Salary Range: $3,717 - $5,066(service maximum)/$5,577(range maximum) per

Application: Cal State Fullerton uses an on-line application procedure,
for more details about the

position and to apply, go to our Human Resources website at: and refer to

Job# 3074BR Hazardous Materials Specialist. The application deadline is
July 26, 2007. All

applications must be submitted through the HR website to be considered
for this

position. For specific questions or additional information about this
position and duties, contact

Scott Bourdon, Department of Environmental Health and Instructional
Safety, P.O. Box 6806,

Fullerton, CA 92834-6806. Phone (714) 278-3083; e-mail


Regina M. Frasca, NRCC-CHO
Cal State University San Marcos
Director of Risk Management & Safety
Work: 760-750-4502
Fax:    760-750-3208

RM&S:  Contributing to a total learning environment by providing
support, guidance, and leadership,  promoting safety and preserving the
human and physical resources of the campus community.


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