This position provides on-site industrial hygiene and occupational safety consultation services to private-sector employers located within the state of Wisconsin. The person working in this position is expected to continuously and progressively develop and utilize professional expertise in performance of industrial hygiene and occupational safety consultation services. Work activities include the identification, recognition, and evaluation of occupational health and safety hazards, and determination of appropriate hazard control methods. Supervision of work activities will progress from close to general supervision as the incumbent's knowledge, skill, and ability increases through training and field experience.
Percent of time spent on various work activities is based on program needs and is at the discretion of the supervisor.
This position is based in Madison, WI and involves pre-scheduled statewide travel and work, including occasional (20-40%) overnight travel, dependent upon client location. All required supplies and equipment, including use of a state-owned vehicle, is provided.
The routine and expected hours of work for this position are 7:45am to 4:30pm, daily, Monday - Friday. Many consultation visits require work outside of these hours, dependent upon the nature of services to be provided and the clients' hours of operation; temporary "flex-time" is available when this occurs.
Prospective Spring 2019 graduates earning a qualifying degree will recieve full consideration for this position
Environmental Health Specialist: A master's degree from a regionally-accredited college or university in a field of study that is directly relevant to the practice of industrial hygiene (such as, but not limited to: occupational safety, industrial hygiene, public health, engineering, business, chemistry, or biology).
Environmental Health Specialist: 2 to 5 years of directly-related work experience (professional-level, internship, or student employment).
Associate Environmental Health Specialist: A 4-year Bachelor of Science Degree from a regionally-accredited college or university in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Engineering, or in Industrial Hygiene or Safety from an ABET-accredited program, OR at least 60 semester hours of science, math, engineering, or science-based technology (15 hours at the junior, senior, or graduate level).
Associate Environmental Health Specialist: 0 to 2 years of directly-related work experience (professional-level, internship, or student employment).
Position level will be determined based upon education and years of experience.