Associate Safety Engineer
Under the general supervision of the Senior Safety Engineer (Mining and Tunneling) with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), Division of Occupational Safety and Health, Enforcement Branch-Mining and Tunneling, the Associate Safety Engineer (M&T) is responsible for performing independently the full range of professional journey level safety engineering work in mining, tunneling and industrial functions related to the Cal/OSHA Program. The Associate Safety Engineer (M&T) conducts, including the most difficult, safety inspections, accident investigations, consultations, and journey level assignments, related to mining and tunneling throughout the State. The Associate Safety Engineer (M&T) performs all work in accordance with DIR-DOSH policies, DOSH Compliance Policy and Procedure Manual, Directives, and Memorandums.
Work in an office environment and outdoors at field sites in a wide range of weather conditions (e.g. hot, cold, wind and rain) and may involve, including but not limited to:
• Sitting at a desk, in a chair, and in front of computer screen for extended periods of time
• Requires moving/walking and standing for extended periods of time, including but not limited to, on slopes, uneven, rough, wet and/or slippery surfaces/terrain.
• Requires ascending and descending steep slopes, ladders, and stairs
• Lifting and carrying up to 25 lbs. of equipment or work related materials
• Bending, squatting, crouching, kneeling, stooping, and twisting
• Repetitive hand motion, simple grasping, fine finger manipulation, pushing and pulling
• Reaching (above and below shoulder level)
• Must be capable of wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (hard hat, safety eyewear, safety boots, hearing protection, respiratory protection, etc.)
• Traveling via private, State vehicle (car or truck), or public transportation (i.e. airplane, train, etc.) including overnight travel
• Have functional vision
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. The final date to apply is July 3, 2020.