OSHA division the of Department of Consumer and Business Services is pleased to
announce 8 openings for Safety Compliance Officers. Those with a background in
logging, safety and transportation are encouraged to apply.
safety evaluations and investigations
enforcement action in a broad range of workplaces to ensure employer compliance
with the Oregon Safe Employment Act
abatement assistance for employers and employees
The National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC) and the OSU Pesticide
Safety Education Program (PSEP) are welcoming two new team members this February!
Spanish fluency is required for one of the two positions.
Did you know disinfectants, bug repellents, and many pet
flea treatments are pesticides? Not familiar with pesticides? Learn more
As a Pesticide Specialist, you’ll dig into the science to
answer technical questions for both the general public and professionals about
pesticide risk. You’ll also develop educational resources like fact sheets,
videos, infographics, or other presentations/publications. This is your
opportunity to hone your skills as a science communicator!
Minimum requirements include a B.S. degree in toxicology,
environmental science/chemistry, biotechnology, agricultural sciences, public
health, biology, soil science, microbiology, environmental science, or closely
related scientific area (degree must include coursework in biochemistry,
physiology, or equivalent).
Ful-time salary range: $42,000 – $44,000
Postings close: January 31, 2020
To apply, visit:
Posting – Spanish fluency required:
At the outset, this position will be supported equally by NPIC (50%) and PSEP (50%). See posting for more details.
Posting – Spanish fluency preferred but not required:
This position will be supported by NPIC (100%). See posting
for more details.
The Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) within the School of Public Health at the University of Washington (UW) invites applications for two tenure track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning in Fall 2020 (12 month appointment, UW Job Class Code: 0116).
Dear Colleagues, Please share the following career opportunity in Lane County, located in Eugene, Oregon. The opportunity closes on Monday, November 4th, 2019.
Lane County Public Health has an opening for an Environmental Health Specialist (1 or 2 position B028/B029). This position is primarily responsible for conducting health inspections of restaurants, mobile units, hotels, motels, pools, spas, small drinking water systems, as well as other licensed and non-licensed facilities by the Lane County Public Health Environmental Health program. One of the essential functions of this position is to travel within Lane County to complete scheduled site visits and inspections. For more information and to apply, visit www.Lanecounty.org/jobs
Lane County Government offers generous benefits. Located in the lush Willamette Valley, flanked on both sides by towering forests, the Eugene-Springfield metropolitan area provides a thriving urban center for residents and visitors alike. Learn more about why people choose to work for Lane County.
Do you have a proven record of accomplishment setting the standard for a safe workplace? Are you able to develop or improve occupational health and safety programs and implement with a tenacious focus? Do you want to work with a fun and collaborative team who will appreciate you for your contributions?
This position is for an entry-level or experienced professional with minimum of 1-3 years related experience. This can include asbestos, lead, mold, industrial hygiene, construction project management and/or safety related duties.