Date: Wed, 2 Nov 2011 09:10:08 -0400
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From: Ken Kretchman <ken_kretchman**At_Symbol_Here**NCSU.EDU>
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NC State currently has an opening for Industrial Hygienist.

North Carolina State University is currently seeking a qualified candidate for the position of:

Industrial Hygienist   (EHS Professional)

Interested persons can apply at and search by position number 40222.

NC State University is the largest and most diverse research institution in the state of North Carolina.
The university is comprised of 2110 acres on the Raleigh campus, plus over 100,000 acres in research and extension farms and other facilities throughout the state of North Carolina.  Its population of 31,100 students and 2040 faculty include more than 2500 graduate students supported on research and teaching appointments in the 68 established research and service centers.  The 1334 acre NC State Centennial Campus complex includes a mix of wet lab and office incubator space for startup companies as well as buildings co-inhabited by university departments and industrial tenants.  This complex and diverse environment, particularly the heavy concentration of research centers and institutes, provides a challenging and interesting work environment for health and safety professionals.

The primary focus of this position will be to develop or participate in the development or refinement of industrial hygiene programs, conduct industrial hygiene audits, inspections, hazard reviews, health hazard training, edit, revise, develop health and safety design guidelines, and to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, recommendations for improvement of workplace safety conditions.  This employee will be part of an industrial hygiene team dedicated to the recognition, identification, and control of chemical and physical agents at NC State University.  These activities, aimed at eliminating conditions which may adversely effect worker or student health, or may violate OSHA regulations, will be conducted principally at the main campus of NC State University in Raleigh, NC yet may include infrequent visits to NC State property located throughout the state of North Carolina.  This employee will have the capability to review processes and equipment to identi!
fy health hazards and related safety hazards, with minimal assistance.  Primary responsibilities include participation in laboratory and non laboratory health programs.  Program leadership will also be required for the revision/update/establishment of standards and guidelines for proper building design and maintenance practices, and procedures.  Assistance, as needed, with the lab and non-laboratory exposure assessment programs, investigation of indoor air quality concerns, infrequent emergency response to chemical incidents, and monitoring and documentation of environmental exposures to specific hazardous agents, including review and guidance to laboratory, engineering and Facilities maintenance staff on the proper selection and use of engineering controls and protective equipment.

This position requires an experienced health and safety professional who can participate in program development / implementation and can conduct health hazard assessments and investigations in an extremely large, diverse, and highly technical environment.  The incumbent should be capable of functioning effectively on matters of routine exposure assessment, hazard reviews, health and safety inspections, including air sampling techniques with minimal supervision due to previous experience and training.  A demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in both written and verbal correspondence is also required.

C.	Work Schedule

8:00 A.M. - 5 P.M. Monday through Friday

This position reports to the Manager of Occupational Health at the Environmental Health and Safety Center.
A criminal background check is required for this position.
Further information and application instructions are available at
Go to position number 40222.

EOE/AA.  In addition, NC State welcomes all applicants without regard to sexual orientation.

Kenneth Kretchman, CSP, CIH
Director, Environmental Health and Safety
NC State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-8007
919-515-6860 (p)
919-515-6307 (f)

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