DEHS Position Descriptions
Planning, developing and directing the administrative, technical, financial and personnel activities of the University's Environmental Health and Safety Department
Assist the Director in the management of the department and serves as the Emergency Manager for the University.
Unit Business Manager
Management and coordination of DEHS administrative and financial affairs. These matter include but are not limited to financial reporting, budget preparation, payroll, personnel transactions, purchasing, budget preparation, accounts receivable, accounts payables, OSHA reporting, program coordination, and clerical/secretarial unit support.
Administrative and operational support to department Director and unit managers; maintain office functions such as asbestos abatement billing, purchasing functions, OSHA records management, Director's Roundtable event coordinator and clerical/secretarial unit support.
Provide administrative and operational support to the Biological Safety Officer, Institutional Biosafety Committee and unit managers; maintain office functions such as payroll, procurement, departmental travel, fleet management and clerical/secretarial unit support.
Biological Safety Officer
Biosafety Program Management, Institutional Biosafety Committee Administrator, Biohazard Use Registration and Authorization, Risk Assessment, Containment System Evaluation, Laboratory Inspections, Biosafety Training.
Biological Safety Specialist
Biohazard Use Registration and Authorization, Risk Assessment, Containment System Evaluation, Laboratory Inspections, and Biosafety Training, Bloodborne Pathogens Program.
Environmental Operations Manager
Hazardous waste, infectious waste and universal waste programs management, wastewater discharge, air emission programs, spill prevention and emergency response programs, environmental issues regarding property acquisition and construction.
Hazardous Waste Coordinator
Hazardous waste, infectious waste and universal waste programs management, operate the University's Part B Environmental Protection Services Center, hazardous waste training and emergency response.
Management of environmental compliance issues relating to air pollution control/permitting, spill planning and response, storm water management, aboveground and underground storage tanks, emergency response, site investigation/remediation, and wastewater management.
Hazardous Material Technician Sr.
Collect, assess, segregate, and transport hazardous waste, work in the University's Part B Environmental Protection Services Center and emergency response.
Building Emergency Actions Plans (BEAPs) and their annual review, assist in strategic emergency planning, testing and evaluating plans, implementing plans during any major emergency and maintaining email distribution lists for all Building Emergency Coordinators (BECs) and their alternates.
Industrial Hygiene Manager
Asbestos Program Management, EHS Construction/Renovation Coordination, Fume Hood Testing Program, Indoor Air Quality Investigation, Workplace Hazard Assessment
Industrial Hygiene Specialist
Hazard Communication Program, Hearing Conservation Program, Respiratory Protection Program, Personal Protective Equipment Guidance
Laboratory Safety Coordinator
Chemical Safety Review of Grant Proposals, Laboratory Chemical Safety, Chemical Hygiene Plan, Laboratory Hazard Assessment, Personal Protective Equipment Guidance
Asbestos Abatement Specialist
Asbestos Abatement, Abatement Contractor Oversight, Lead Based Paint Inspection/Supervision
Radiation Safety Officer
Assistant Radiation Safety Officer
Radiation Safety Technologist
Hazardous Materials Technician Sr.
Provide administrative and operational support to the Radiation Safety Officer and staff including film badge distribution and billing, purchasing, accounts payable, accounts receivable, procurement, unit travel and clerical/secretarial support.