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National COSH — Jobs Board

Current job openings from our network of health and safety
and worker advocacy organizations. If you have a job offering
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Posted 11/24/2021 - Program Assistant, Safety & Health, Teamsters: The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is seeking a highly motivated Program Assistant to provide technical and administrative support to the Worker Training Program in the IBT Safety and Health Department. The position reports to the Director and the Program Manager of the IBT Safety and Health Department. More details

Posted 11/23/2021 - Union Representative/Organizer, National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW):  The National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW) is searching for a talented, hard-working individual committed to building a powerful and democratic union. The successful candidate for this position will have union experience, preferably in healthcare, organizing workers already represented under collective bargaining agreements. They will be values-driven, self-motivated and resourceful. More details

Posted 11/22/2021 - Assistant in Program Services (Workplace Health & Safety and Healthcare), New York State United Teachers: Bridge expertise and established practices and programs in Health and Safety to unify and empower both Health and Safety Union Activists and NYSUT's 15,000 Health Care Professionals statewide. Utilize social media and continue developing an online presence for workplace health and safety and health care professional's issues. Work with outside agencies and organizations to advocate on issues related to health and safety and health care professionals on behalf of NYSUT. In addition, this position also works closely with the NYSUT Statewide Health and Safety Advisory Committee and NYSUT Health Care Professional Council and other related entities. More details

Posted 11/19/2021 - Director, Occupational Safety and Health Office, UFCW: The Director of the Occupational Safety and Health Office is responsible for the overall operation, programs and activities related to occupational safety and health that impact and are relevant to UFCW-represented industries and workers. The UFCW represents more than 1.3 million workers. Its members are employed principally in retail food; meatpacking; manufacturing, poultry, and food processing; department and drug store, garment and textile, distillery, chemical, health care, and insurance industries. More details

Posted 11/15/2021 - Health and Safety Advocate, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME): This position will perform a wide variety of analyses involving health and safety policy issues at the federal, state and local levels; assists and advises affiliates when unsafe or unhealthy situations exist, in the event of work-related illnesses or injuries, during organizing campaigns and other union activities; and leads training activities. More details

Posted 11/3/2021 - Bilingual (English/Spanish) Research Associate, National Center for Farmworker Health: This position is responsible for coordinating a national farmworker survey. Must have experience writing research protocols and managing research staff adherence to research protocols. Required experience in basic ​quantitative data analysis and data collection. Experience in basic qualitative data collection and analysis is preferred.​Experience working with community-based organizations and immigrant communities is ​strongly preferred. More details

Posted 10/28/2021 - Human Rights Investigator, Milk with Dignity Standards Council: The MDSC is seeking to hire a Human Rights Investigator. The successful candidate will play a major role in fostering the growth of a new model of agricultural cooperation between dairy workers and farmers. Investigators conduct detailed interviews of farm workers, supervisors, and farm management. Investigators also receive and investigate complaints from workers through a 24-hour confidential support line. Working in small teams, Investigators play a key role in investigating and resolving complaints, designing corrective action plans, and drafting written audit reports that clearly explain the MDSC’s findings about relevant working and housing conditions. The MDSC is based in Burlington, Vermont. The position involves work-related travel throughout Vermont, with the possibility of future expansion. More details