From: Victoria Carhart <Victoria.Carhart**At_Symbol_Here**UVM.EDU>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] University of Vermont Safety Professional Position Available
Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2016 14:53:19 +0000
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Hi all,


Please excuse any cross-posting. UVM has a recent vacancy in our Risk Management and Safety department. See below for the description and link. Please feel free to share with colleagues.





Victoria Carhart

Laboratory Safety Coordinator, CAS/RSENR

UVM's Risk Management and Safety

Environmental Safety Facility

667 Spear Street

Burlington, VT 05405




Occupational Health, Safety and Risk Control Professional

This position reduces the liability and compliance risks associated with injuries and incidents at UVM by identifying potential hazardous conditions, work practices and activities, directing personnel to appropriate occupational health resources, understanding insurability and assisting UVM departments and personnel to evaluate, develop and implement safe work practices and control measures

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in related field and four years experience that provides necessary skills, knowledge and abilities. Experience with OSHA General Industry, Construction, Agriculture and other relevant standards.

Effective communication skills required.


Desirrable Qualifications

Certification in safety and/or risk Management-insurance (i.e. Certified Safety Professional, Certified Industrial Hygienist, Associate in Risk Management, certified Property & Casualty Underwriter, etc.) desirable..

Certification to teach OSHA 10/30-hour Construction course desirable.

Workers compensation and liability insurance experience desirable.

Medical or Public Health experience desirable.

Hiring Salary Range

$38,500 - $52,000


Apply or find more information at


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