Princeton University is seeking a Chemical Safety Program Manager in the Office of Environmental Health and Safety.
The Chemical Safety Program Manager manages assigned environmental health and safety programs, including Chemical Safety, Laboratory Safety, Exposure Assessment, SCBA, and Hazardous Materials Shipping programs. Provides professional environmental health and safety services with regard to potential exposures to toxic substances and hazardous conditions. Manages all aspects of assigned programs, including audits and surveys, exposure monitoring, incident and accident investigation and analysis, and developing and providing information and training. Reviews effectiveness and efficiency of programs and considers and implements program improvements. Coordinates and directs the Laboratory Safety Survey Program and Laboratory Safety Training.
B.S. in chemistry, environmental science or closely related field required. At least five years work experience providing safety services in a university or laboratory
setting. Master’s degree preferred. Ability to master computer software, including Microsoft Office Professional. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to clearly and effectively communicate to a diverse community of clients. Able to
effectively prepare and present information and training to adult learners.. Ability to work in a team environment and follow work rules and procedures. Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds (e.g., instruments, SCBA), climb ladders, wear respiratory protection,
work in hot or cold environments, stand for extended periods of time, enter confined spaces, and work on elevated surfaces. Valid driver's license. Good organizational and time management skills and ability to balance multiple assignments. IATA certification
or ability to achieve this status.
Finalist will be required to successfully complete a background check.
Apply online at http://jobs.princeton.edu
Requisition number 1200207
Robin M. Izzo, M.S.
Environmental Health & Safety
262 Alexander Street
Princeton, NJ 08544
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