SAIF is recruiting for a summer industrial hygiene internship that offers collaborative experiences with certified industrial hygienist and opportunities to work with a broad spectrum of businesses. They will spend 12 weeks as part of our team of IH experts, visiting customers’ workplaces throughout western Oregon and assisting other hygienists with site analyses. Previous interns have found their way into management and other leadership roles at SAIF, as well as IH positions in insurance, government, pharmaceutical companies, and occupational health and safety consulting firms.

The position closes on 01/11/2019. If you have any question, please contact our recruiter, Mindy Walker at (503) 7373-8436 or minwal@saif.com.

 

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 EPA National Center for Environmental Assessment (NCEA) recently posted an announcement seeking ORISE research participants to support EPA’s Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) Program.

This research participation opportunity offers recent graduates an opportunity to analyze, evaluate and integrate scientific evidence for the development of scientific assessments that support EPA policy and regulatory decisions. For more information on the position, visit the ORISE position description.

Job Opportunity: Environmental Health Assessment Program Coordinator (PA2)

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA), Public Health Division (PHD), Environmental Public Health (EPH) section in Portland, OR is seeking an Environmental Health Assessment Program Coordinator to coordinate the activities of the Oregon Environmental Health Assessment Program (EHAP) and to administer the federal grant that funds the program. The Environmental Public Health Section identifies, assesses and reports on threats to human health from exposure to environmental and occupational hazards, and advises the people and communities of Oregon to best understand potential risks where they live, work and play in order to remain healthy and safe.

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