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 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
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Environmental, Health & Safety Specialist – Irvine, CA
Posted: Mar 21, 2019
Please send resume/questions to Donna at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Environmental Health and Safety Specialist is responsible for the administration and monitoring of company environmental health and safety programs and policies to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Assists with the development and delivery of environmental health and safety training. Inspects and assesses the company’s multifamily development, construction, residential units and ancillary services with the goal of evaluating risk and recommending corrective actions, policy revisions, and/or procedures to reduce loss and exposure.
Program Administration and Monitoring:
- Provides operational and program support for environmental health and safety programs.
- Carries out technical administration and monitoring of respiratory program, lockout/tag out, hot works, hazard communication, injury and illness prevention program, ergonomics and emergency action plans.
- Monitors the organization’s operations and maintenance programs for all known environmental hazards (ACM, LBP, IAQ).
- Maintains databases for all environmental testing, disturbance, abatement and operation and maintenance history.
- Assists with hazardous waste management operations and compliance.
- Evaluates environmental health and safety issues and makes recommendations to ensure compliance.
- Conducts environmental audits and property inspections to assess risk.
- Responds to field problems and questions from on‐site employees, residents and corporate staff.
- Assists with the coordination, development and presentation of all OSHA mandated employee environmental health and safety training programs, including new hire orientation, hazard communication, IIPP/SB198, PPE, respiratory, etc.
- Responsible for maintaining employee safety training and medical monitoring database records.
- Supports the Environmental Health and Safety Manager with all environmental abatement activities, including on‐site job walks, inspections and ensuring contractors are in compliance with local, state and federal regulations. Typical projects include asbestos, lead‐based paint, and issues pertaining to indoor air quality such as fungal contamination.
- Coordinates environmental testing of building materials, environmental site assessments (Phase I& II), and special projects relating to safety issues
- Responds to emergency calls as related to environmental health and safety issues.
- Assists in the research of various regulations (OSHA, EPA, SCAQMD, DOT, etc.) to determine applicability and compliance.
- Performs other duties as assigned. The preceding functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties and skills required of this position.
- Bachelor degree or equivalent experience in environmental health and safety.
- Must maintain current certification as an ACM Building Inspector and Management Planner.
- Familiarity with Cal OSHA regulations pertaining to employee safety training and safe work environment and with SCAQMD regulations for working with asbestos.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and proof of auto insurance.
- Must maintain acceptable driving record pursuant to insurance underwriting guidelines established by Company’s insurance carrier.
- Access to a reliable car with ability to travel covering territory of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino Counties.
** Full copy of job description available upon request**
Safety Manager, Costa Mesa
Posted: Mar 19, 2019
This $1.2 Billion project represents the design/build improvement of 16 miles of the existing I-405 freeway beginning at SR73 to I-605 of I-405. This project is managed jointly by the US construction firms OHL North America and Astaldi Construction Corporation, fully supported by our international parent companies, collaborating to form the joint venture OC 405 Partners established to improve infrastructure in Orange County, California.
- Assist the Safety Director with the development of the project site safety program.
- Establish and conduct jobsite orientation for every new employee for the project and administer and record their participation in the orientation program and issue identification to those employees completing the orientation program.
- Attend all initial meetings with the Project Staff and Subcontractor representatives to clearly define their role within the confines of the Project Safety Program.
- Establish and conduct regular (weekly) safety meetings with project staff. Ensure and maintain a log of each toolbox safety meetings held with their employees.
- Review each Subcontractors Safety Program and ensure that it meets or exceeds the project Safety Program requirements.
- Conduct regular (daily) jobsite and work area inspections.
- Conduct formal weekly jobsite inspections and complete the safety checklist noting safety violations and corrective actions.
- Record, notify and prepare written report of any violations or unsafe practices to direct hire employees or Subcontractors for immediate correction actions.
- Stop at once any violation or unsafe practice.
- Assist Project Superintendent in establishing and implementing safety procedures including evacuation and fire control procedures.
- Investigate all incidents and generate proper reports.
- Establish and maintain all required job safety records.
- Conduct a monthly overview safety meeting.
- Assist the Claims Manager in the management of claims.
- Attend Project Staff Meetings to brief the staff on safety issues on the project and coming from the company and to keep informed of the progress of the job.
- A minimum of five years’ experience in heavy civil construction.
- Working knowledge of safety/environmental principles and techniques.
- Capable of identifying known/potential exposures and recommending corrective actions.
- Computer skills and familiarity with Microsoft Office suite programs.
- Strong management, leadership and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate well both verbally and in writing.
- CHST designation is highly desirable.
- Bachelor’s degree is highly preferable.
- Previous Caltrans experience a plus.
- Valed and updated EMT certificate a plus.
If interested, please contact Callan Mintz at email@example.com or (714) 944-7304
IH Environmental Field Technician: Orange or San Diego
Posted: Dec 26, 2018
A-Tech Consulting is seeking environmental field technicians to join our team of highly motivated individuals. This position requires strong written and verbal communication skills. This position will entail field work including asbestos and lead paint inspections and project monitoring in addition to report writing.
- Must have a minimum CSST certification.
- Must have a minimum 1 year experience in the industry.-Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Experience in an Industrial Hygiene practice.
- Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record-No criminal record. Must be able to pass security clearance
- Preferred Certifications: CAC, DPH Certified Lead Inspector/Assessor, DPH Certified —Lead Project Monitor, 40 hour HAZWOPER or willingness to work towards an appropriate certification.
- Mold Inspection/Project Monitoring Training (ACAC certification preferred)
- Asbestos/Lead/Mold Inspections
- Project Monitoring
- Indoor Air Quality Assessments
- Field Investigations
$55,000 to $70,000 Annually
401K, Dental, Life, Medical, Vision
If interested, please apply at the following website: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/a-tech-consulting-inc-b0d5b6cf/industrial-hygienist-environmental-consultant-d110a31c