ATI Metals (in Albany) is hiring a summer intern, who will work with the Industrial Hygienist. Here is the link to the job:

If interested, please contact Justin Day:

Justin Day, CIH
Industrial Hygienist, Radiation Safety Officer
ATI Specialty Alloys & Components
1600 Old Salem Rd. NE
Albany, Oregon 97321

Mobile: 541-990-1402


We’re looking for someone for up to 20 hours/week. Pay is pretty good and plenty of real world experience available.  We’d like to have someone beyond their first year if possible.  My number here is 304-285-4618.


Matt Menas, MS, CSP


NETL, Department of Energy

Morgantown, WV

The OCHIN Research team was established in 2011 with a mission to improve the health of underserved populations, enhance their quality of care, and inform health policy through research. We are currently looking for Healthcare Research Analysts and Biostatisticians who can provide high-level professional, substantive, technical, and analytical support to researchers within OCHIN and to external collaborators.

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Occupational Safety Specialist 2 – Salem, OR
This is a permanent position with a closing date of 6/17/2018.  Salary range is $4,144-$6,050 per month. The Oregon Health Authority is expanding the Oregon State Hospital’s infrastructure and currently has a fantastic opportunity for a Occupational Safety Specialist 2 with experience to join an excellent team and work to advance their operations.

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The Boeing Company – Open ergonomics position — closes April 4th


Occ Health & Safety Specialist- Ergonomist – (requisition #1800021923)

Company: United States, The Boeing Company

Primary Location: United States-Washington-Renton

Job: Occ Health & Safety Specialist (7ADWP3)

Union: No

Organization: Environment Health and Safety

Schedule: Full-time

Shift: Day Job

Job Level: Individual Contributor

Travel: Yes, < 10% of the Time (local travel within Puget Sound area) – Occasional split shift support (1st/2nd shift)

Relocation Assistance Available? No. Relocation assistance is not a negotiable benefit.

Security Clearance: No Security Clearance Required

Job Posting: March 26, 2018, closes: 4/4/18


Boeing’s Facilities & Asset Management (F&AM) Environment Health and Safety (EHS) department has an opportunity for an ergonomist to join their team. In this role, the candidate:

  • Provides leadership and technical expertise for the F&AM ergonomics program.
  • Primary customers are employees performing facility and maintenance activities across the Puget Sound area.
  • Supports site ergonomics-related injury reduction plans and coordinates solution replication across sites and job codes.
  • Performs ergonomics assessments, providing ergonomics training, providing guidance for ergonomics solutions.
  • Develops and communicates risk mitigation strategies.

Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial airplanes and defense, space and security systems. We are engineers and technicians. Skilled scientists and thinkers. Bold innovators and dreamers. Join us, and you can build something better for yourself, for our customers and for the world.

Preferred Experience:

Technical bachelor’s degree and typically 5+ years of related work experience, a Master’s degree with typically 3+ years of experience, a PhD degree, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A technical degree is defined as any four year degree or greater in a mathematics, scientific, or information technology field of study.

Experience with investigating and mitigating ergonomics risks.

Required Experience:

A Bachelor’s degree or higher is required. 3+ years of experience applying ergonomics principles and best practices to support the development, implementation and maintenance of occupational health and safety programs is required.

Employer will not sponsor applicants for employment visa status.


The UCSF Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment (PRHE) is seeking a postdoctoral scientist in environmental epidemiology and biostatistics. The position is funded by NIH-supported projects focused on understanding the combined effects of prenatal exposures to environmental chemicals and chronic psycho-social stressors on developmental outcomes, including fetal growth and neurodevelopmental outcomes in young children.

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