Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2011 09:04:58 -0800
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From: Lawrence M Gibbs <lgibbs**At_Symbol_Here**STANFORD.EDU>
Subject: Stanford EH&S Management Position Available

All, see the information below about a new position at Stanford EH&S. Please pass along to individuals who may be interested in a great opportunity.

The ChemTracker (CT) Program Manager directs and manages the ChemTracker chemical inventory management and regulatory reporting program within Stanford EH&S. Major responsibilities for the position include overall programmatic strategic planning,  management and development of the CT systems operations  and chemical reference classification/data integrity sections.  Additionally, the ChemTracker Program Manager provides direct oversight of technical and application development in support of the program.  The ChemTracker Program Manager also directs and manages the ChemTracker Consortium, the Higher Education Collaborative for Chemical Inventory Manage­ment, including responsibility for member interactions, communication and support service, program implementation management, marketing, and administrative management activities, all of which support the Consortium. This senior manager position reports to the Associate Vice Provost for EH&S.

For further detailed information, Go to , Click on “Begin your job search”   - Type in the job req number 41624 in the search field at the bottom of the page

Lawrence M. Gibbs, CIH

Associate Vice Provost for EH&S

Stanford University

480 Oak Road

Stanford, CA  94305



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