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

Health, Safety & Environmental Compliance – Orange, CA

Posted: Aug 19, 2019

Under general direction, performs a variety of progressively more complex duties related to the employee safety, hazard mitigation, regulatory training, and program evaluation. P rovides technical guidance and interpretation of Health, Safety, and Environmental Compliance’s (HSEC’s) regulatory issues to support all divisions and functions of the Agency.This is an exempt position in Salary Grade R: Min $76,294.40– Mid $93,600.00 – Max $110,905.60 annually. The starting salary will be within this range based on qualifications.The application deadline for this position is August 22, 2019. This list is intended to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification and is not designed to be interpreted as an exhaustive listing of all tasks required of employees assigned to this job.

  • Develops and implements health and safety compliance programs for Agency-wide operations. Helps determine the applicable HSEC programs to be implemented and ensures programs/policies are continuously updated according the current regulations.
  • Tracks and manages all OCTA industrial injury and illness data, while overseeing the investigation processes and program refinement activities.
  • Conducts all regulatory required training and ensures all training materials and transfer of knowledge techniques are applicable to the workplace.
  • Investigates complaints or incidents related to occupational safety, fleet and systems safety, and public safety impacting OCTA operations. Conducts in-depth HSEC analysis of the salient issues and provides recommended corrective actions that address the root cause of the incidents.
  • Inspects and verifies agency compliance with safety and health policies/regulations; recommends and ensures corrective actions are implemented.
  • Manages all internal and external compliance audits and tracks observations to closure.
  • Participates in committees and attends meetings related to employee safety, public safety, fleet safety, as well as property loss or damage. Provides expertise on safety risk management, statistics, trends, and mitigation strategies.
  • Reviews, revises, and/or develops manuals and procedures related to safety programs and policies.
  • Reports accidents or incidents to internal entities and governmental agencies in accordance with regulatory mandates; submits required reports, plans and all required documentation in a timely manner.
  • Prepares and presents analytical studies of industrial accidents/incidents
  • Drives continuous improvement of HSEC programs and supports OCTA’s Safety Management System (SMS) approach.

Any combination of education or experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety, Industrial Hygiene, or related field with a minimum of five years related experience in health and safety, three years of which are at the journey level administrating and overseeing regulatory compliance activities. Prior experience in worker training, worksite evaluation, and field audits is required. Any certification from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals is desired, or the ability to obtain such certification within six months of hire. Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and a master’s degree is desired.Knowledge Of

  • Industry safe work practices and can serve as a subject matter expert.
  • Cal/OSHA, Federal OSHA, Orange County Healthcare Agency, Fire Code, Building Code, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health codes, regulations, and procedures.
  • Safety Management System (SMS) approach, to include risk/hazard assessment processes and hazard mitigation strategies.
  • Application principals of Cal/OSHA general industry and construction standards.
  • Behavior based safety approach in safety program management.
  • Methods of developing and presenting health and safety training.
  • Health and safety products and hazard control technology.
  • General chemistry, safety engineering, and industrial hygiene principles.
  • Best practices and networking affiliations with safety and health service organizations.
  • Principles of employee protection.
  • Principles and methods of incident investigations, job hazard analyses, hazard mitigation, and emergency response planning.
  • Project management techniques.
  • Principles and techniques of business communication, including written, verbal and training methods.
  • Computer applications proficiency utilizing desktop software (Office Suite) and database applications including Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Access, etc.

Ability To

  • Evaluate safety, health, or environmental site situations and resolve problems and conflicts in the field.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships and function as in-house consultant on health and safety matters.
  • Conduct effective technical training in applicable health and safety topics.
  • Develop and update training curriculums and materials.
  • Develop, implement, and oversee workplace health and safety programs in a public agency environment.
  • Collaborate and work effectively with multiple departments and personnel, and to work as a team within own department.
  • Communicate effectively and clearly using both written and verbal communications with employees at all levels in the Agency.
  • Identify and evaluate workplace hazards and act upon OCTA’s Stop Work Authority if warranted.
  • Prioritize workload and complete projects and assignments with accuracy and timeliness.
  • Organize, analyze, interpret and clearly explain operation/technical information in simple terms.
  • Schedule and lead meetings, training, inspections, and other safety related activities.
  • Conduct all business in a professional, collaborative, and respectful manner with both internal and external customers and staff.

If interested, apply on their website:

EHS Manager – Norco

Posted: Aug 19, 2019

Fortune 500 industry leader is searching for a single site EHS Manager with responsibilities for 3 direct reports.  The primary emphasis of the role is Safety.  Looking for candidates with a bachelor’s degree in safety, Sciences, Engineering or related and a minimum 5-10 years of experience.  Must have experience leading an EHS program in a manufacturing setting.  Strong leadership skills are a must.  Position will report to the Site Leader and indirectly to Corporate EHS.  Culture change agent is a must and have the ability to evaluate existing programs and develop a continuous improvement plan for the program.  Excellent base, annual bonus and relocation assistance if needed.  Please send an MS Word resume to  Tom Harrell, Select Search LLC



Science & Math Teacher for STEM Professionals

Posted: Jul 21, 2019

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 by our FALL DEADLINE: September 13, 2019

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:


Safety Professional: Anaheim

Posted: Jul 15, 2019

Responsibilities :Think about it: Guests who come to our Parks and resorts trust us with their children, and the families of our co-workers trust us with their loved ones. This really puts into perspective just how vital safety has been to Disney’s success over the years. Our Safety Professionals have “earned a seat” at every table and are involved in all aspects of Parks operations, from the blueprint stage to ongoing maintenance. Safety Professionals work in every area of our Parks and Resorts, from kitchens, hotel rooms and attractions, to veterinary clinics, horticultural shops – even our massive laundry facilities. You’d be part of a matrix-style team where all levels of leadership work towards incident reduction through the development and implementation of smart, targeted safety initiatives.Insure the ergonomic safety of our dancers, stunt people, performers and puppeteers;

  • Find new ways to keep beloved characters like Mickey Mouse cool on hot summer days;
  • Embed in a team that’s building a new attraction, starting with blueprints and working through to opening;
  • Deliver findings – good or bad – to leadership, because they trust our Safety Professionals to be completely candid at all times;
  • Grow your career by attending conferences and other learning opportunities – Disney encourages this;
  • Check emergency egress, smoke detector placement and fire door functionality in a luxury resort;
  • Work mostly outdoors – your “office” is Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, Down Town Disney and Disneyland Hotels;
  • Analyze injury and illness data, prepare presentations on trends and mitigation plans, then share them with your peers/leaders;
  • Work independently or as part of a team, often on the same day;
  • Identify opportunities to improve safety in areas such as manufacturing, production, warehouse, transportation, F&B, lodging, construction, entertainment and attractions; and
  • Enjoy the perks and benefits of working for The Walt Disney Company, including movie screenings, deep discounts on things you can really use, and free entry to our Parks using your Gate Pass!

Basic Qualifications :

  • 2+ years of industrial safety experience in a related industry such as petrochemical, construction, maintenance, manufacturing, hospitality, entertainment/theatrical, transportation, distribution/warehouse;
  • Knowledge and hands-on application of regulatory standards, best-practices and guidelines, such as confined space, hazardous energy, incident investigation and root-cause analysis;
  • Keen eye to recognize hazards and propose mitigations;
  • Since you must be clearly understood at all times, excellent written, verbal and communication skills are essential;
  • The confidence to work independently, and the confidence to be part of a team;
  • Ability to solve problems – sometimes in areas outside your realm of expertise – and work within an ever-changing, sometimes ambiguous environment;
  • Develop and deploy analytics and trends to improve safety;
  • Proven project management, planning, organization and prioritization skills
  • You are an influencer – you know how to get things done by being consultative, and by resolving conflicts;
  • Passion for training and mentoring others;
  • Ability to:
    • stand for 8 hours or more
    • walk several miles in a day
    • work in inclement weather
    • wear personal protection equipment
    • lift/carry equipment
    • climb steps, ladders and scaffolds
    • work in confined and/or dark spaces
    • work a flexible schedule, including weekends, holidays and evenings

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Basic ergonomic, industrial hygiene and/or food safety experience;
  • Proficiency in a second language;
  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP)

Required Education :

  • A four-year degree in occupational safety and/or health, industrial hygiene, life science, physical science or engineering required.
  • Advanced degree in occupational Safety & Health or a related field desired.

If interested, apply at:

keyword: disneysafety


Environmental Health & Safety Intern: Irvine

Posted: Jul 15, 2019


Baun’s Internship Program is designed to provide College and University enrolled or recently graduated students with a meaningful experience within the Life Sciences industry. The students are given an opportunity to gain a valuable corporate or operations learning experience through a finite project determined by each department. Projects vary for each intern assignment depending on the needs of the department, and each will provide the intern with both a meaningful and relevant work experience. Internships are a minimum of a ten to twelve week commitment. A mentor will be assigned to each intern to help guide them through their experience. Interns will be asked to conduct a presentation to their department outlining their internship experience.

Academic level, discipline, skill sets and experiences required of student to perform job functions:Junior / Senior Level Student

Computer skills desired: Advance skills in Microsoft Suite (word/excel/ppt). Must be able to develop pptx presentations and be extremely proficient in general computer use.Intern assignment/project activities: Environmental and Safety Projects, customized to meet learning objectives of student as available.

Job related training required: None

Expertise: Qualifications – Experience/Training/Education/Etc


  • Must be enrolled in a related Bachelors or Masters Degree program.
  • MS Office skills – Excel, Power point, Word, simple database management
  • Excellent communication skills, written and verbal


  • Completed Junior year of Bachelors Program

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to use hands to handle or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stand and walk. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.

Braun offers an excellent benefits package, which includes healthcare, a 401(k) plan, and tuition reimbursement. To learn more about B. Braun and our safety healthcare products or view a listing of our employment opportunities, please visit us on the internet at

Through its “Sharing Expertise®” initiative, B. Braun promotes best practices for continuous improvement of healthcare products and services.


Responsibilities: Other Duties:

The preceding functions have been provided as examples of the types of work performed by employees assigned to this position. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed in this description are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind the work assignments of different positions due to reasonable accommodation or other reasons.

If interested, please apply at the following link: