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Current job openings from our network of health and safety
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Posted 7/11/2019 - LABOR JUSTICE CAMPAIGNS MANAGER, Green America: Green America seeks an experienced campaigner to lead our labor justice campaigns. Green America is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a just and sustainable society by harnessing economic power for positive change. Our unique approach involves working with consumers, investors, and businesses. Our workplace reflects our goal of creating a more cooperative, environmentally sound economy. We have a participatory decision-making process, which aims to build consensus within the departments and teams. More Details

Posted 7/2/2019 - CHIEF, OCCUPATIONAL LEAD POISONING PREVENTION PROGRAM, California Department of Public Health: This position supports the California Department of Public Health’s (CDPH) mission and strategic plan by providing administrative, programmatic, policy, and scientific leadership of the statewide Occupational Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (OLPPP). OLPPP is a comprehensive public health program that includes surveillance, lead poisoning case investigations, research on exposure sources and appropriate control measures, interventions to improve workplace conditions, and development of health protective policies. More Details

Posted 7/2/2019 - STAFF ATTORNEY, Justice at Work: Justice at Work is a Boston-based legal nonprofit founded in 2011 to strengthen worker organizing by providing strategic legal support to low-wage worker organizations and their members. Justice at Work is seeking a dynamic candidate to execute its legal services and training programs. More Details

Posted 7/2/2019 - WORKERS' RIGHTS ATTORNEY (SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA), Worksafe: Worksafe is seeking a full-time junior-level attorney to work with us on an initiative to advance the rights and job security of temporary and contingent workers. Worksafe is a California-based legal aid organization that advocates for the basic right of all workers to a safe and healthy workplace. We engage in campaigns in coalition with worker organizations and activist networks to advocate for protective worker health and safety laws and effective remedies for injured workers. The attorney will staff Worksafe’s “California Alliance for Secure Employment” Project (“Project”) in the Riverside/San Bernardino/Ontario and Los Angeles areas and will provide support to legal aid organizations throughout Southern California on occupational safety and health (“OSH”) issues. More Details

Posted 6/27/2019 - SAFETY AND HEALTH SPECIALIST, NYCOSH: The New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health is seeking a safety and health specialist to develop, coordinate and conduct safety and health campaigns in New York City for construction workers, in particular Latino day laborers. In addition to conducting training, the job includes outreach to unions, community-based organizations and institutions, liaison with unions and production and distribution of appropriate safety and health materials. Candidate must be a self-starter, able to work independently and have a demonstrated record of successful programmatic work. Apply by July 26th More Details

Posted 6/19/2019 - SAFETY AND HEALTH SPRCIALIST, AFL-CIO: The Safety and Health Specialist works closely with the Safety and Health Director to assist with the development of positions on proposed regulations and legislation, and assists with the preparation of position papers, comments and testimony. The Safety and Health specialist conducts research on and writes reports on safety and health issues, assists with the preparation of the annual Workers Memorial Day observance and upon request participates in union safety and health training and education workshops and conferences. More Details

Posted 6/5/2019 - LEAD ORGANIZER/TRAINER, SoCalCOSH: This work will include a focus on worker health and safety in the context of addressing the rise of insecure employment, attacks on immigrant, low-wage, LGBTQ, and workers of color, and the prevalence of workplace sexual harassment & retaliation. We are looking for someone who is innately creative, excited about intersectional worker organizing, and enjoys collaboration and relationship-building. Applications accepted until June 21st. More Details

Posted 6/3/2019 - LOSH HAZMAT TRAINER/COORDINATOR, UCLA-LOSH: The LOSH HazMat Trainer/Coordinator oversees LOSH’s worker training initiatives related to hazardous materials handling, hazardous waste cleanup, and emergency response. Incumbent is responsible for course coordination, curricula development, and teaching to provide providing quality courses that meet the needs of workers covered by OSHA’s Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) standard and related standards. The LOSH HazMat Trainer/Coordinator contributes to other LOSH programs through consultation, technical assistance, and teaching. Incumbent also participates in activities of the Western Region Universities Consortium (WRUC). More Details

Posted 6/3/2019 - LOSH HEALTH AND SAFETY EDUCATOR/TECHNICIAN: The UCLA-LOSH Health and Safety Educator/Technician is responsible for outreach, education and technical assistance with community-based, worker and environmental justice organizations, employers and other constituencies with a focus on underserved worker populations in the Western Region. S/he will identify resources available from government and other agencies, convene meetings, and establish partnerships to collaborate on OSH and environmental justice outreach, education and research activities with the goal of building organizational capacity to improve worker health and working conditions. The Health and Safety Educator works on a variety of contract and grant-funded projects in conjunction with other LOSH staff and WRUC members; participates in local, state and national meetings convened by funders; and contributes to progress reports according to guidelines established by funders and the university. More Details

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