Boyter Brothers, LLC is hiring a construction EHS Manager

Boyter Brothers specializes in installing thermal insulation on pipe, duct and equipment for mechanical and plumbing systems as well as process systems utilized in the manufacturing and food processing industries. We are a union contractor that is signatory to Heat & Frost Insulators Local 7 in Seattle, WA and Local 36 in Oregon/SW Washington. Our trade is a type of specialized finish work that requires craftsmanship and an appreciation for aesthetic quality.

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Jobs at the Environmental Health Investigations Branch (EHIB) in the California Department of Public Health

EHIB is a dynamic working environment with many programs working to improve environmental  public health through surveillance, epidemiological research, exposure assessment,  education, and outreach. https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CCDPHP/DEODC/EHIB/Pages/EHIBPrograms.aspx

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A postdoctoral position is available in the Maier Environmental Microbiology research group for a highly motivated, creative and independent candidate with a PhD in Microbiology/ Microbial Ecology/Environmental Microbiology or related field. The candidate will be involved in multiple projects that address biogeochemical contributions of the soil microbiome to the sustainability of marginal arid ecosystems.

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PBS Engineering and Environmental Inc. – Vancouver, WA

Staff Environmental Professional

This position will involve technical work on a wide range of environmental projects including multi-media environmental compliance; stormwater management; solid and hazardous waste management; industrial wastewater compliance; spill prevention and control; planning and design of remediation systems; design and optimization of stormwater, groundwater, wastewater, and soil treatment systems; and stormwater treatment system startup and operation.

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BU SPH is offering a postdoctoral research associate opportunity in environmental epidemiology, focusing on the investigation of an epidemic of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in Central America. BU SPH has been investigating the CKD epidemic since 2009 and is currently launching a large prospective cohort study of workers in Nicaragua and El Salvador. The postdoctoral associate will analyze existing data from past field work in Central America, lead an analysis of electronic medical records and health care claims data from the U.S., and prepare manuscripts for publication.

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