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Senior Environmental, Health, and Safety Specialist

Albany, Oregon, US
Closing date
Dec 7, 2022

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Academic / Research
Conservation science
Salary Type
Employment Type
Full time
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Job Summary:
Amentum is seeking an HSE Specialist to support operations at the DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) in Albany, OR. This will involve working closely with federal and contract; researchers, site technicians, engineers, and other ES&H professionals. The candidate must be energetic with good interpersonal and team building skills and be able to function independently with moderate supervision. The successful candidate will;Be working in a team environment to identify and mitigate hazards in laboratory- and bench-scale fossil energy R&D projects.Ensure that the NETL safety review process is fully documented, reviewed, and approved. Leads and participates in annual safety and compliance assessments of approximately 25 permitted R&D projectsPerform other duties as assigned

Minimum Requirements:
US CitizenBS Degree in an Occupational Safety and Health or related field (physical or life sciences) from a fully accredited institution.At least 5 years of position related experienceDemonstrated knowledge of process safety in a light industrial or laboratory setting.Additionally, the candidate must have good written and verbal communications skills and be proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.

Preferred Qualifications:
Masters Degree Experience participating in formal hazard analysis reviews (HAR) using a "What-If" or other structured approaches in an R&D Laboratory setting.Demonstrated experience conducting formal causal analysis of incidents and off-normal occurrences in an R&D setting.Professional certification in an ES&H field (e.g., ASP/CSP, CHHM, CES, CEP, QEP)
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