Under general supervision, performs functions to supervise, plan, control, direct, administer, train and coordinate the activities of Environmental Health Specialist supporting Industrial Hygiene and Public Health programs. Supervisor activities include: Work planning, staffing, training, performance evaluation, discipline, time reporting, policy and procedural direction within the applicable for tasks assigned by Industrial Hygiene Project Managers. Responsible for day-to-day performance of approximately 20 non-exempt, represented specialist who perform field work and managed a large array of tasks supporting the NASA Kennedy Space Center and US Air Force Cape Canaveral Air Force Station / Patrick Air Force Base industrial hygiene requirements. Estimate personnel and labor budget requirements as necessary. Assign work and ensure work completion and work control critical dates are achieved. Interpret and verify consistent application of organizational policies. Provide guidance and direction to subordinate employees. Conducts briefing, crew meetings and safety meetings as required. Ensures compliance with Federal, State, local, NASA, and Air Force laws, regulations and requirements; and KSC/CCAFS energy management conservation regulations, collective bargaining agreements, security, safety, and other specialized programs or contractual requirements relating to the business of this branch, working within the limits of established policy. May be required to periodically work in a field or aerospace industrial environment
Experience in Environmental Science, Industrial Hygiene, and/or Public Health work is preferred.
Experience working on Government Contracts and with Represented Labor a strong plus.
Experience working with Maximo Work Control Systems, or similar systems, is a plus.
Must possess ability to handle information of a confidential nature.
Must possess ability to interpret regulatory intent applicable to assigned area of responsibility.
Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills and be able to use the advance functions of basic Office and Management software.
Bachelor’s degree in a specified discipline such as Environmental Science, Industrial Hygiene, and/or Public Health administrative discipline and a minimum of five (5) years of experience supervising a technical work force.
Must thrive in a team atmosphere and effectively work with all levels of employees. Employee must be able to successfully complete Occupational Health Physical Assessments and conduct field activities in an active Spaceport as routinely required. General office environment may require minor lifting and bending.
Normal daily work week schedule with the ability to work evenings, weekends when necessary.
Complies with all Company safety policies and site-specific safety procedures. Must be willing to ensure safe operating conditions within all areas of responsibility and identify, act and report on areas of safety or hazard concerns.