Location Salem, OR
In a word, this job is unique. Because it’s more like three jobs in one: data analyst, risk management coordinator, and executive assistant.
So naturally, we’re looking for that unique person who has experience in all three areas—and who has the agility and temperament to handle the differing workflows and paces.
The data analyst and risk management functions, in particular, require the ability to:
take initiative, use a critical eye to reframe a question if necessary, follow up to get complete information, connect the dots, and brainstorm solutions independently. (In order to evaluate projects, it will help to understand workers’ comp insurance.)
These two functions also require the skill to present information in a way that’s understandable to users, and to work with staff from other SAIF departments to get data.
If you’re looking for variety, uniqueness, and the satisfaction of helping Oregon workers stay safe and healthy, keep reading for more details.
Project Director for Environmental, Safety and Health
Posted: Apr 12, 2017
Are you an experienced EHS leader who thrives on translating safety and environmental trends into action through your exceptional influencing skills? Do you enjoy working in a fast-paced collaborative environment to establish an Injury Free Environment? Does your experience include supporting large projects in a high tech or commercial construction sector?
Then this job is for you!
The Project Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) Director is responsible for ensuring the overall working conditions compliance with local and corporate occupational safety and health regulations and procedures. Responsibilities may include building support through aligning with operations to develop process and procedures to enhance our Injury Free Environment (IFE). Reporting to the regional EHS leader, this position will lead the EHS function for a large multi-project program in Hillsboro, Oregon.
Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S) Engineer
Posted: Apr 11, 2017
Location: Portland/Beaverton, Oregon
Reports to: EHS Manager
Hours: May be required to adjust hours to meet the needs of the company. This may include working nights and/or weekends.
Position Purpose and Requirements:
Use science and engineering to recommend changes to keep workers from being exposed to sickness or injuries and reduce the risk of environmental contamination. Help employees understand risks, and improve working conditions and practices.
Harder Mechanical Contractors – Project Safety Professional
Posted: Apr 10, 2017
Harder Mechanical, founded in 1934, is one of the oldest continuously operating mechanical construction companies in the United States. We are recognized as a leader in high-Tech, industrial construction, successfully managing projects throughout the United States. Other Industries effectively served are Power Generation, Manufacturing, Microelectronics, Petrochemical, Biopharmaceutical, Food and Beverage, Pulp and Paper. We have been consistently ranked among the top 100 subcontractors by Engineering News Record.
Our safety team has an immediate opening for a Construction Site Safety and Health Professional in Portland (Oregon), Richmond (California), Salt Lake City (Utah), Phoenix (Arizona), and Reno (Nevada). We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and a professional work environment.