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Current job openings from our network of health and safety
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Posted 2/26/2020 - The Solidarity Center, Senior Gender Specialist - With the ILO's adoption of C190, the Solidarity Center is seeking a Senior Gender Specialist to develop and execute its global campaign to achieve its ratification by as many countries as soon as possible to ensure effective implementation of this binding global treaty.  The Senior Gender Specialist, under the supervision of the Co-Director of the Equality and Inclusion Department, will coordinate with SC staff and union partners around the globe supporting strategies to achieve ratification of C190 by governments including cross-movement building and sustainable coalition building among unions and allied community-based feminist, women’s rights and human rights organizations as a part of the campaign to ratify C190. More details

Posted 2/20/2020 - National Safety Council, Vice President, Roadway Safety - Reporting to the CEO, the VP, Roadway Safety is responsible for leading the Roadway Practice Area which includes the defensive driving programs and premier coalitions—including the 1,500+ member Road to Zero (RTZ) coalition. This role is responsible for developing and executing a comprehensive roadway strategy to deliver revenue growth for greater impact on eliminating the causes of preventable death and injury on the nation’s roadways. This individual will leverage their transportation safety leadership experience to proactively advance evidence-based countermeasures, accelerate advanced technologies, and create a safety culture and safe systems approach to address safety on our roadways. More details

Posted 2/20/2020 - National Safety Council, Vice President, Workplace Safety - Reporting to the CEO, the VP, Workplace Safety is responsible for leading the Workplace Practice Area which includes the primary constituency of the Council – workplace-based membership – and integrating multiple touchpoints within this group and beyond to realize growth. This role is responsible for developing and executing a comprehensive workplace strategy to support the mission of NSC – eliminating the causes of preventable death and injury in the workplace for members and the greater workplace community. More details

Posted 2/12/2020 - ICWUC, Instructor: The International Chemical Workers Union Council seeks applications for the position of Instructor at its Center for Worker Health and Safety Education, located in Cincinnati, Ohio. Instructors teach emergency response and hazardous waste classes in Cincinnati and at various national locations. Topics include use of personal protective equipment, rights and responsibilities, resources, hands-on spill response and other related topics to the membership of twelve participating organizations. More details

Posted 2/4/2020 - Public Citizen, Worker Health and Safety Advocate: The worker health and safety advocate will play a leading role managing Congress Watch’s policy and advocacy on occupational health and safety-- including in the topic areas of whistleblower rights, environmental impacts on worker health, appropriations implications, and others as necessary, and manage related public education and outreach. Public Citizen is a national, non-partisan, public interest group with more than 500,000 members and activists. The Congress Watch division conducts public education campaigns and advocates before the Congress and administrative agencies on money in politics, open government, corporate accountability, financial regulation, public health and safety, and access to justice. More details

Posted 1/27/2020 -  Worker's Justice Project, Health and Safety Organizer: Worker’s Justice Project (WJP) (www.workersjustice.org) was founded in 2010 to address the racial and economic injustices that day laborers face by building collective power to win institutional change. WJP runs a long-standing worker’s center in South Brooklyn and organizes female day laborers in Williamsburg through our Women’s Economic Justice Initiative. The Health & Safety/Community Organizer (Organizer) will be working in both of our worker center locations [Williamsburg & Bensonhurst] in Brooklyn. The Organizer will have the privilege of working with and directly supporting a team of organizers and our member leaders who are ready to strengthen and expand WJP’s membership, win concrete, transformative workplace campaign victories, and contribute to long-term movement building in New York City and beyond. More details.