Salt River Project Industrial Hygienist in Phoenix, Arizona
Date: Oct 12, 2021
Location: Phoenix, AZ, US
SRP is one of the largest public power and water utilities in the U.S. providing electricity to approximately one million customers in the greater metropolitan Phoenix area. Since its founding in 1903, SRP has fostered a culture of stewardship and customer service consistently ranking as an industry leader in customer service according to J.D. Power. SRP continues to adapt to its changing business environment by seeking innovative ways to reimagine utility service and the provision of critical resources essential to the life and economy of Arizona.
Provides comprehensive knowledge of industrial hygiene concerns, rules, regulations and legislation. Establishes measurements, evaluation, and control of occupational health hazards at the salt river project. Conducts scientific investigation of potential occupational health hazards.
Conducts initial and continuing industrial hygiene inspections and surveys of SRP plants, jobs, facilities, etc., relative to occupational health.
Develops/implements plans and programs to assure SRP compliance with OSHA standards as they apply to industrial hygiene.
Directs industrial hygiene workplace monitoring and maintains record-keeping programs to assure on-going compliance with OSHA and other agencies.
Analyzes results of industrial hygiene monitoring and recommends engineering and or administrative control measures to assure well being of SRP employees.
Provides guidance to SRP departments in regard to matters of industrial hygiene and occupational health
Conducts research on industrial health matters to assess their impact on SRP and provides advice accordingly.
Conducts noise exposure monitoring
Establishes working relationships with industrial hygienist in other utilities and industries.
Completion of a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution that prepares the employee for the assignment.
A minimum of 5 years related experience for the senior level. Experience as an industrial hygienist, industrial toxicologist, hygiene specialist or environmental health specialist is preferred.
A Master's or Bachelor's degree in industrial hygiene from an ABET-accredited university is preferred.
American Board of Industrial Hygiene Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) preferred.
Ability to instruct all field and shop supervisors about precautions to be followed in the use of various toxic substances.
Ability to conduct employee education and training programs for the handling and disposal of toxic substances.
Knowledge of the principles of chemistry, biology, engineering, toxicology, epidemiology, noise, and occupational health.
Knowledge of occupational health standards, OSHA regulations, and other health laws and regulations applicable to water and electric utilities.
Skill in using industrial hygiene sampling instruments and analytical equipment.
Ability to evaluate the work environment for potential health hazards.
Knowledge and ability to recommend control measures for health hazards.
Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, with superiors and subordinates.
Appropriate respirator medical certification, fit testing and training required
Requisition ID: 13463
Equal Opportunity Employer Statement
Salt River Project (SRP) recognizes diversity and inclusion as key drivers of innovation and growth, and seeks to attract a diverse employee base that reflects our community. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, military status or any other protected status under applicable federal, state or local law. Ultimately, SRP aspires to fully apply the power of diversity and inclusion to build a more equitable and sustainable future for our customers, employees and community.
Drug/Alcohol Policy Statement
In order to promote the safety and well-being of our employees, customers and the communities we serve, SRP is committed to maintaining a drug/alcohol free work environment. Although marijuana may now be legal in Arizona, except as otherwise specified under Arizona law, SRP considers it to be an illegal drug for the purpose of our drug/alcohol policy because marijuana remains illegal at the federal level. Any candidate found to be impaired during the hiring process or who has the presence of an illegal drug or unauthorized substance in their system during the pre-employment drug/alcohol test may be disqualified from further consideration in the hiring process.
All candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States.
Currently, SRP does not sponsor H1B visas.
Why Work at SRP
SRP's success is rooted in our employees' happiness, health and safety. That's why we offer a comprehensive benefits package to meet the needs of our employees and enhance their well-being. In addition to competitive pay and performance incentives, eligible employees can take advantage of the following benefits:
• 401(k) plan with employer matching
• Retirement pension
• Paid vacation
• Parental leave
• Holiday pay
• Sick leave
• Medical, vision, dental and life insurance
• Wellness programs
• Pre-tax benefits
• Short and long-term disability plans
• Tuition assistance