Current Openings

Industrial Hygiene & Safety Manager 3

As a member of the Occupational Safety and Health (OS&H) Division leadership team, you will work with OS&H management to provide technical leadership and management for the Deployed Safety Group (OSH-DS). As a Deputy Group Leader, you will lead your team of Industrial Hygiene and Safety professionals and technicians in the support of programmatic and facility organizations and their implementation of health and safety in their activities. This support includes providing counsel, advice and assistance on industrial hygiene and safety programs, performing qualitative and quantitative exposure assessments, work management reviews, activity walkdowns and oversight functions lending to compliance with Department of Energy requirements. Often must lead a cooperative effort among members of a project team, working on issues of a diverse health and safety scope.

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ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems Professional (Environmental Professional 4)

Apply your leadership in environmental protection to a small team dedicated to ensuring that Los Alamos National Laboratory minimizes its environmental footprint and upholds its certification to the international standard ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems (EMS). The EMS team provides (1) subject matter expertise regarding the ISO 14001 EMS standard requirements for the site, (2) integration activities that align ISO 14001 specifications with other site-wide systems, (3) performance of specific, required ISO 14001 certification activities including audits and assessments, and (4) improvement of the Laboratory’s overall environmental performance through collaboration with other environmental and integrated safety management programs and resources. The EMS team is part of the Environmental Stewardship Group in the Environmental Protection & Compliance Division.

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Health and Safety Tec 5

The Health & Safety Tec 5 will work in the Industrial Safety and Hygiene group (ISH) of the Occupational Safety & Health Division (OSH) as an Electrical Inspector (EI). The EI’s primary responsibility is to assist in the implementation of the OSH-ISH facility electrical inspection program under the direction of the Chief Electrical Inspector. The EI will assist in the implementation of the OSH-ISH facility electrical inspection program; inspect facility electrical installations; clarify and provide field interpretations of electrical codes, standards, and requirements. The EI will review new and upgraded facility plans, designs, and specifications to ensure compliance with NEC and other applicable electrical codes and standards and provide documented reviews; and keep records of all inspections, including the date of such inspections and a summary of any violations found to exist, and a record of the final disposition of all violations.

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Health and Safety Tec 3 (Respiratory Protection Technician 3)

Reporting to the Occupational Safety and Health – Industrial Safety and Hygiene (OSH-ISH) Industrial Hygiene Team Leader, the Health and Safety (H&S) Tech 3 will be responsible for supporting the respiratory protection program (RPP) with possible other duties, as assigned. The OSH-ISH group is a key component of the OSH Division, within the ESHQSS Associate Level Directorate (ALD).

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Explosives Safety Program Lead (ESH Professional 4)

The Environmental, Health, and Safety Professional 4 will develop, recommend, and implement programs, policies, and procedures associated with the recognition, measurement, evaluation, and control of potential explosive safety hazards. This position will carry out the role of Explosives Safety Program Lead. The Program Lead is responsible for ensuring the level of explosives safety provided to explosives operations and activities, is commensurate with federal and site-specific requirements. Additional duties will include providing subject matter expertise, developing, and providing training as required, working closely with the LANL Explosives Review Committee (ERC), defining and developing qualification plans with training staff, planning and performing explosives safety assessments, and partnering with the LANL Explosives Safety Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).

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