The EHS Manager is responsible for driving the design, implementation, and training of the Health & Safety Program. It requires a hands-on, knowledgeable, highly responsive team player who is a self-starter, resourceful, brings creativity and strong interpersonal skills to the organization. This position acts as a collaborative team member and not a punitive enforcer.

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The Department of Public Health at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, Texas started an MPH program in the Fall of 2014.  We are CEPH accredited, and are building toward becoming a School of Public Health, with co-campuses in Abilene and Lubbock, Texas.  We are seeking exceptional candidates for an Assistant/Associate/Full Professor at the Abilene campus.  We hope to hire two faculty with this search, and we are especially interested in finding an individual in the area of Environmental/Occupational Health.  See Requisitions: 12497BR; 12690BR; 5352BR

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The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) is seeking an experienced occupational health professional to lead the Occupational Health Surveillance Program (OHSP), a nationally renowned state program that conducts surveillance and prevention activities to ensure that Massachusetts workplaces are safe and Massachusetts employees are healthy.

The Department of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health at University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) is searching for an outstanding faculty member at the Assistant Professor (tenure-track) or Associate Professor (tenure-track or tenured), with rank and tenure status commensurate with qualifications. A doctoral degree in environmental health sciences, exposure sciences, chemistry, physics, engineering, industrial hygiene or a related discipline is required. Preferred qualifications include a record of peer-reviewed publications and experience teaching graduate level courses in environmental health sciences.

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter and CV online at the following:

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Open faculty position in Environmental Health and Safety Management at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, OK. Basic requirements are as follows:

  • Instructor status requires a masters degree.
  • Assistant Professor status requires a doctorate
  • Professional certification is required (CSP or CIH preferred; ASP or IHIT considered).

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The University wishes to recruit a Lecturer in Occupational and Environmental Exposure Science to join the Division of Population Health, Health Services Research and Primary Care.

The overall purpose of the job is to ensure the development and delivery of high quality and innovative teaching in Occupational Hygiene and Occupational Medicine MSc courses. The post holder is expected to be the programme director for the Occupational Hygiene course and to work closely with the programme director of the Occupational Medicine course to ensure their effectively delivery. This will involve contributing directly to the teaching as well as managing the contributions made by other staff. In addition, the role would also provide opportunities to teaching in other post-graduate degrees (for example, in the Masters of Public Health) as well as undergraduate courses. Furthermore, the successful candidate will be encouraged to contribute to research in the area of occupational and environmental health.


The safety team at Mayo is growing.  Passing along this recently posted opportunity if you are aware of anyone from your programs that might be looking.  An ideal position for an early career professional.  Our job descriptions are fairly generic.  This position, based in Rochester MN, yet supporting the enterprise, will support all facets of safety (clinical/facilities/research safety, IH, ergo, chemical mgmt., lab safety, etc.).  Given the tenure of many members of the safety team, many advancement opportunities will surface for the right individual – both technical and managerial.


The external link can be found here:

Two postdoctoral training positions are available at the University of Michigan under the mentorship of faculty conducting cutting‐edge cross‐disciplinary research in environmental health sciences. Supported by a NIEHS/NIH Institutional Training Grant in Environmental Toxicology and Epidemiology, postdoctoral trainees have opportunities to participate in research in toxicology and environmental epidemiology with applications to human disease prevention. In addition, trainees benefit from our NIEHS‐supported Center on Lifestage Exposures and Adult Disease. Research specialties of the faculty include genetic, epigenetic, cell signaling, metabolic and oxidative stress mechanisms of toxicity with respect to reproductive, developmental, neural and immune systems, as well as research on cancer, metabolic disorders, micro‐ and nanosensor development, exposure assessment, and epidemiology. The development of skills for an independent research career is emphasized. The University of Michigan provides an enriching environment that includes multiple centers and core facilities to ensure access to state‐of‐the‐art methodologies. This is a full time position for 1‐2 years. See this website for more details: