Company: University of Wisconsin Madison
Location: Madison, WI
Date Posted: March 12, 2021
Application Deadline: April 3, 2021 11:55 PM CDT
Employment Type: Full Time
Salary: Minimum $85,000 Annual (12 months) Depending on Qualifications
Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Medicine Program Manager
About the Position
Develop partnerships to advance the University's understanding and management of workplace hazards and controls. Serve as a point of contact for industrial hygiene and occupational health activities among key stakeholders including campus administration, graduate school, physical plant, Housing, University Health Services, building managers and EHS Department. Working with campus stakeholders, establish and manage implementation of industrial hygiene and occupational medicine program priorities for program areas inclusive of accreditation support, ergonomics, hazard/exposure assessment, training, compliance program management and claim/incident response. Develop and manage industrial hygiene and occupational medicine program budget. Oversee the development and reporting of program metrics, particularly with respect to compliance with campus accreditation requirements and quality improvement initiatives.
7 years experience of occupational health and safety experience and occupational medicine program oversight (preferred). Ideal candidate will have demonstrated program management experience with occupational health and safety, chemical exposure monitoring, health risk research and evaluation and related occupational medicine programs in a large campus, research or organizational setting. Specific campus programs include industrial hygiene assessment and monitoring, respirator fit testing, office and industrial ergonomics, medical surveillance for silica, formaldehyde, beryllium, pesticides, animal allergens, noise, anesthetic agents, and medical response to campus specific research exposures. Experience in developing, evaluating and reporting on program quality to continually improve workplace health and safety, compliance with regulatory and accreditation requirements and/or patient/customer care. Excellent verbal and written communication skills applicable to a diverse academic setting.