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Environmental, Health and Safety TechnicianScaled
Mojave, California

Scaled Composites, LLC is an aerospace and specialty composites development company in Mojave, California with broad experience in air vehicle design, tooling and manufacturing, fabrication and flight test of air and space vehicles.
We are seeking an Environmental, Health and Safety Technician with two + years experience working in an Environmental, Health or Safety capacity, with strong knowledge  of OSHA and Environmental regulations.  Respiratory Protection Program knowledge, Hearing Conservation Program knowledge and Air Contaminant Sampling  knowledge preferred.  Familiarity with Cal-OSHA regulations is a plus, as is a familiarity with a manufacturing environment. 

For consideration, please apply through the Careers section of the Scaled Composites web site at www.scaled.com.

Applications will be accepted until 9/10/15.

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet and Drug and Alcohol free workplace



County of San DiegoDepartmental Safety Coordinator-15233808
San Diego, CA

An exceptional job opportunity for persons with professional experience in safety management.

The County of San Diego’s Department of Human Resources is currently accepting applications for Departmental Safety Coordinator-15233808, to fill the current vacancy for the Department of Public Works. This recruitment may be subject to close on September 7, 2015. Please go directly through the online application system, if interested in applying.


CONTRA COSTA WATER DISTRICTContra Costa Water
MANAGER OF HEALTH & SAFETY
 
$123,302.40 - $149,864.00 annually plus excellent benefits
First Review of Applications:  Friday, September 11, 2015
 
The Contra Costa Water District, located in Concord, CA, seeks a Manager of Health & Safety to provide leadership and technical guidance for the District’s occupational health and safety program to achieve a world-class District-wide safety culture.  For full details including the job duties and qualification requirements, and to apply online, visit 
www.ccwater.com and click on the employment link.  Interested candidates may also contact Human Resources at (925) 688-8002 with questions.  The Contra Costa Water District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
 


Job Title: Senior Safety Specialist (Rail Corporate Safety)Metro logo
Shift: 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Salary Range: $75,816 - $94,765 - $113,693
To Apply, Visit:
 
www.metro.net

Basic Function: Performs a variety of complex development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and investigation or audit work primarily on areas relating to rail operations, industrial safety, emergency preparedness, working conditions, compliance with applicable federal, state, and local safety regulations, and reduction or elimination of occupational accidents, injuries, and/or financial losses to Metro.
 
Job Title: Senior Safety Specialist (Corporate Safety)Metro logo
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Salary Range: $75,816 - $94,765 - $113,693
To Apply, Visit:
 www.metro.net
 
Basic Function: Performs a variety of complex development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and investigation or audit work in the areas of operations, industrial safety to ensure safe bus operations and working conditions, emergency preparedness, compliance with applicable federal, state, and local safety regulations, and reduction or elimination of occupational accidents, injuries, and/or financial losses to Metro.
 
Job Title: Senior Safety Specialist (Construction)Metro logo
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Salary Range: $75,816 - $94,765 - $113,693
To Apply, Visit:
 
www.metro.net
 
Basic Function: Performs a variety of complex senior-level development, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and investigation or audit work in the areas of construction safety to ensure contract compliant working conditions; verify compliance with contractual and applicable federal, state, and local safety requirements; and to prevent occupational injuries, hazards, and/or financial losses to Metro.


 

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