Jobs

One of the numerous benefits of ASSP membership is access to open safety positions which are otherwise not advertised. The Chapter Luncheons are an excellent place to network and learn about employment opportunities from other meeting attendees. We share jobs posted on this website at our monthly technical meetings and welcome members to share opportunities at their current companies.

Postings will remain on the website for 60 days unless extended by the organization offering the opportunity. If you wish to have an opening posted here, send it in Word or PDF format to the Job Placement Director, at jobs@orangecounty.assp.org.

Risk Coordinator – Ontario

Posted: Dec 03, 2019

Looking for a Risk Coordinator, entry level position with 2 years experience in Worker’s Comp to join my team in Ontario, CA.

If interested, please send resumes to rosie.partida@outlook.com

EHS Manager – Irvine

Posted: Dec 02, 2019

We are currently seeking an Environment, Health and Safety Manager to support EHS compliance and select EHS initiatives (e.g. ISO 14001) our R&D facility based in Irvine, CA.

 In particular you can expect to:  

  • Ensure federal, state and local legislative compliance
  • Develop/ implement EHS standard operating procedures
  • Develop risk identification and reduction awareness and methods
  • Develop/ conduct EHS training
  • Prepare/ submit all EHS related federal, state and local reports
  • Evaluate the effectiveness and compliance of the program through self-audits, product and regulatory changes
  • Support other locations as needed.

 

You will have the opportunity to: 

  • Improve patient outcomes
  • Meaningfully impact the company’s short-term and long-term success
  • Work closely with executives across the organization
  • Grow your role as you see fit
  • Learn everything there is to know about respiratory medical device manufacturing
  • Create an inspiring workplace

To be successful, you will need: 

  • 5-7 years experience managing EHS programs that meet the requirements of the State of California EHS regulations
  • Experience with ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Ability to build consensus and influence others.
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Highly motivated and results-oriented:  a change agent who proactively drives EHS awareness and communicates best practices and promotes an autonomous EHS culture.

Education/ Certification:

  • Completion of an undergraduate degree in safety, engineering, science or similar program
  • Professional certification (e.g. Certified Safety Professional, Certified Hazardous Materials Manager) is a plus

 

 

ABOUT US 

Vyaire Medical is a unified breathing company that focuses on improving the lives of those treated with our devices.  We are a recognized leader in the Respiratory Diagnostics, Ventilation, and Anesthesia Delivery & Patient Monitoring market segments. Vyaire Medical is also the largest pure-play company of its kind.

We empower our people to challenge the status quo while pioneering innovation and to continually provide solutions that restore and maintain patients’ vitality and independence, while also increasing our value to our clients. To learn more, visit our website:  www.vyaire.com

Please apply on our company web site:  https://kingston.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/1/job/Irvine-CA/Environmental-Health—Safety-Manager_R-000298

Science or Math Teacher – Southern California

Posted: Nov 20, 2019

Become a science or math teacher – transition your industry experience

Have you considered teaching as your next career? If you are an industry professional in the fields of science, technology, engineering or math (STEM), you can inspire the next generation of innovators. Transition to teaching middle or high school in the next 1-3 years. Students need role models like you with expertise and leadership in their field.

The EnCorps STEM Teaching Fellowship is a rigorous on-ramp to a teaching career — offering you the field experience, knowledge and connections to ensure you thrive. The Teaching Fellowship provides a guided pathway into teaching for STEM industry professionals that can be started while you are still working.

EnCorps is looking for passionate and driven STEM industry professionals who want to make a difference in urban education and have at least 3 years of full time work or research experience in a science, technology, engineering or math related industry, (see our full eligibility criteria.)

Apply online at https://www.encorps.org/apply by our SPRING DEADLINE: February 28, 2020

As an EnCorps Fellow Teaching Fellow:

  • Train to teach this winter by volunteering 2-5 hours per week in a local classroom as a guest teacher
  • Receive mentorship and coaching from EnCorps staff and an experienced host teacher
  • Complete teaching exams with support from EnCorps
  • In the spring, enter a teaching credentialing program, either in person or online
  • Engage in a robust slate of professional development and collaborate with a cohort of peers
  • Begin your teaching career in a school district or charter network by fall 2020 (or beyond if you wish for a longer transition timeline)

“I saw a spark in those kids, I want to see more of that. If I can be a little inspiration to them that would be worth it.” -EnCorps Fellow Erika Parker

Find out more:

 

Assistant Director – Stanford EHS

Posted: Nov 20, 2019

The Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) is seeking an experienced health and safety leader to manage the Laboratory Chemical & Physical Safety Program at Stanford University. Reporting to the Director of Research Safety, this position manages chemical and physical safety issues related to research and laboratory teaching activities, in concert with the Biosafety & Biosecurity and Health Physics programs. The position manages a team responsible for the administration of several key programs including the Chemical Hygiene Program, Hazardous Materials Program, and the Research Safety Advisor Program. The purpose of the group is to support the academic community to: assess and control chemical and physical hazards; manage projects related to the implementation of controls for higher hazard processes; create and deliver training for laboratory-related topics; conduct laboratory incident investigations and lessons learned; and provide guidance and job aids to units in their local implementation of safety and compliance requirements.This position is expected to take a leadership role in support of efforts to advance a strong laboratory safety culture across disciplines. This requires productive collaboration with the Director of Research Safety, supporting the integration of safety functions to keep pace with rapidly changing laboratory research objectives and clinical research needs. To achieve the successful delivery of research safety, close coordination with affiliated units within EH&S including the Occupational Health Center, Stanford Fire Marshal’s Office, Strategic Initiatives, Emergency Management, Occupational Safety and Health, Environmental Protection Programs, Digital Services, and the Deputy Director, is essential.In addition to providing routine EH&S program management services, staff are to provide support as needed during University emergencies. All EH&S staff must comply with governmental regulations, and University and departmental policies and procedures regarding health and safety and must observe and support good health and safety practices.

JOB PURPOSE:

Responsible for the management of the Laboratory Chemical & Physical Safety programs, strategy, and staff activities along with related organizational performance standards to support the university’s mission.Job Code: 4387Grade Level: MNote: Not all unique aspects of the job are covered by this job description

CORE DUTIES*:

  • Design, develop, and oversee the implementation of the Laboratory Chemical & Physical Safety Program and allocate appropriate staffing and other resources to achieve the objectives.
  • Develop capabilities of staff.
  • In conjunction with Director of Research Safety, maintain and control of their unit’s financial budgets.
  • Advise EH&S leadership of legislative agendas and ramifications for research safety; develop appropriate strategy to address situation.
  • Conduct technical and business briefings related to laboratory chemical and physical safety for senior management.
  • Direct and manage strategic relationships both inside and outside of Stanford University in regards to laboratory chemical & physical safety; maintain a high level of interaction and collaboration with clients and research and academic safety peers across the university. Build relationships with key vendors.
  • Represent the university as the designated senior safety officer on matters related to laboratory chemical and physical safety when mandated by regulatory requirements

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in arts/science in related allied/scientific field and seven years of progressively responsible experience in occupational safety management and compliance. Preferred:
  • A combination of one or more certifications: Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
  • Three years in a leadership role in an academic/research environment.

To apply for this position:

  • Go to http://stanfordcareers.stanford.edu/
  • Click the button “Search Jobs” at the top of the page
  • Type in the job number “84063” in the Job Number search field in the middle of the page
  • Click the button “Search for jobs”
  • Click on the Job Title
  • Click the button “Apply Online

Safety Engineer – Los Angeles

Posted: Nov 18, 2019

SMART Safety Group is seeking a Safety Engineer to conduct safety audits and deliver training to clients in the greater LA area. Position requires a significant amount of driving, so a reliable vehicle is required. Must have completed OSHA 500 & 510 courses. Excellent benefit package available!

Please send your resume to  mhundley@smartsafetygroup.com.