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Jr. Industrial Hygiene Technician
$20 - $35hr
No PD or Mob/Demob
Implements the day-to-day programmatic and field aspects of the Industrial Hygiene Program in accordance with
10CFR Part 851, Worker Safety and Health Program, requirements.
Supports Industrial Hygiene sampling activities in compliance with written work plans, sampling protocols, &
Serves as an escort, upon request, to un-cleared individuals.
Education/Experience: AA/AS in Occupational Safety &
Health, Environmental Health or related field, or equivalent
combination of education and directly relevant progressive
experience (4 years of directly relevant, progressive work
experience without a degree).
Required Training / Qualifications: The Industrial
Hygiene Junior Technician must have a valid Drivers
License, be qualified to wear respiratory protection, be
clean shaven daily for response action, and have or be able
to have a security clearance.
Level Specific Responsibilities: Under direct supervision,
will assist with IH functions within the safety and health
program. Performs basic and routine duties to achieve
compliance with ES&H standards along with federal and
state regulatory requirements.
Maintains daily contact, in accordance with specific
assignment, with superintendent, field engineers, craft
personnel, and other discipline personnel to assist in the
successful implementation of the Industrial Hygiene
Is responsive to requests made by Project IH, Project IS/IH
Manager, Project ESH Operations Manager and/or UCOR
Safety and Health Manager in support of field
implementation of programmatic requirements
Performs air and bulk sampling, noise surveys, temperature
assessments, etc. Sampling may include response to
incident sampling events and may include chemical
decontamination, where applicable.
Assists Facility Management as directed with access
control, posting and labeling in accordance with industrial
hygiene and/or safety-related posting needs (e.g., respirator
area, asbestos-regulated area, etc.).
Performs operational equipment setups and/or operability
tests for industrial hygiene meters, sampling equipment,
and general maintenance of industrial hygiene
Inputs and generates employee sampling notification
letters, reports, and other industrial hygiene-related
sampling data records to the Industrial Hygiene database
Suspends/stops work as warranted, without fear of reprisal,
for activities or practices observed that put worker safety
and/or the environment at risk, until it can be demonstrated
that it is safe to proceed with the work