Construction Health and Safety Officer

We think our Company is one of the most unique and exciting consulting firms.
Working here means you will be involved with a variety of projects that span multiple disciplines, applications, and industries.
No other company possesses the technical depth and breadth of our staff's experience.
It is this experience that makes it possible for us to work on such fascinating and diverse projects.
JOB
Summary:
This position works in direct support of project teams to ensure construction, demolition, and renovation work activities do not adversely impact surrounding operations and assets.
Provides consultation, coordination, and oversight activities to ensure appropriate requirements are satisfied during project pre-planning and construction phases.
Assists with interface of construction-related impacts and Operations and Maintenance staff.
Supports Operations and Maintenance staff with safety and health training and consultation.
JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
Experience inspecting construction projects in progress to ensure that contractors comply with plans and specifications in a healthcare, academic, biomedical research, or Fortune 500 environment.
Requires working knowledge of federal, state, and local construction safety regulations.
Considerable skill in reading and interpreting construction drawings, plans and specifications and contract documents.
Ability to prepare, organize and maintain inspection data, reports and systems.
Proficiency with Microsoft products, including Word, Access, Excel, Project, and PowerPoint.
Required to occasionally wear personal protective equipment, including respiratory protection equipment.
Must be able to frequently walk up and down stairs and occasionally use ladders or enter confined spaces.
Must be capable of lifting and carrying objects weighing up to 50 pounds.
This position requires extensive knowledge of Construction practices and materials and skills related to the safe operation of construction sites, including but not limited to, excavation, scaffolding, forklift operation, cranes/hoists, fall protection, signs/barricades, steel erection, hand/portable tools, confined space and hearing conservation.
Must be able to manage multiple projects and priorities and make sound decisions in a timely fashion.
Ability to function in a position designed to serve independent operating units in decentralized environment.
Qualifications:
1 to 3 years experience conducting health and safety audits.
Excellent skills related to analysis and application of rules and regulations.
Ability to work well in team atmosphere and apply direction from senior staff.
Working knowledge of Federal health, safety and environmental requirements.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel.
Able to provide high quality analysis and application of rules and regulations for online regulatory searches.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills mandatory HOURS:
Full-timeAt our Company, variety is a way of life, and no two work days are alike.
Our projects will technically challenge you in ways that you have never experienced before.
You will work on real-world problems and provide real-world solutions.
You will work in teams to quickly research difficult problems, perform analyses or tests, and provide clients with conclusions and workable solutions.
You might be in the laboratory on Monday, take field samples in remote locations like Alaska or Peru on Wednesday, and present your findings in front of a regulatory body on Friday.
You will work with your peers on select investigations, but you will also have the opportunity to collaborate with many other accomplished colleagues of diverse technical backgrounds.


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