Thursday, June 30, 2005

Looking For A Health & Safety Job?

Remember, we're on a mission from God.

The US Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board has two openings for Chemical Incident Investigators, one senior and one junior:

Chem. Incident Investigator, GS-12/13
Chem. Incident Investigator, GS-14

As a Chemical Incident Investigator, you will serve as an expert in industrial chemical safety and incident investigations; often serving as Investigator-in-Charge organizing and managing the investigation of major incidents nationwide involving the accidental release of hazardous chemicals.

The Chemical Safety Board is an independent federal government agency that dedicated to investigating chemical accidents/hazards and to recommending actions to protect workers, the public and the environment.

The GS-14 vacancy closes July 23, 2005 and the GS-12/13 vacancy closes July 27, 2005 and is open to all qualified U.S. citizens.

The United Food and Commercial Workers Union is looking for a Safety and Health Trainer in Occupational Safety and Health Office. It's a grant job, making it renewable (or not) on an annual basis.
Conducts training and education for rank and file membership, stewards, safety and health committees, and local and International leadership on a variety of occupational safety and health issues. Develops and writes curriculum and training materials. Recruits participants for training programs and coordinates scheduling for training classes. Works closely with the Travel Office on meeting details and logistics for training sessions held in various geographic locations. Administers grants, including maintenance of appropriate records. Provides technical assistance to local unions on a variety of occupational safety and health issues. Collects and evaluates data from UFCW sites on hazardous chemicals and exposures. Work requires frequent travel.

For more information, contact:
Bette Mercer, Director, Human Resources Office
UFCW International Union
1775 K Street NW
Washington DC 20006
fax: 202-466-1501