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CSS is recruiting for a part-time (20 hours/week) Safety Specialist to support onsite services at a Federal government laboratory in Charleston, SC. The Specialist will be assisting the Safety, Health, and Environmental Specialist in managing the health, safety and environment activities. Specific roles and responsibilities include:
- Assisting with the management of the hazardous and biohazardous waste program; responding to laboratory emergencies involving chemicals and biohazards.
- Conducting monthly inspection of fire extinguishers and coordinating the annual inspection of fire extinguishers and fire alarm system with outside vendors; conducting regular inspections of eye washes and safety showers.
- Coordinating certification of chemical fume hoods, biosafety cabinets, laminar flow clean benches and other ventilation devices.
- Assisting the Safety, Health, and Environmental Specialist with laboratory inspections and inspection reports, corrective action implementations, incident investigations and associated reports, and follow-ups to prevent recurrence.
- Assisting with maintaining all applicable facility operational permits.
- Developing and conducting hazard assessments and safety trainings as needed on various aspects of health and safety.
- Assisting with other tasks and projects as assigned.
- Providing backup for the Safety, Health, and Environmental Specialist in the Lab Safety Committee.
- Supporting coordination and continuity of research and laboratory operations.
Several Program Manager opportunities available to lead ground-breaking scientific and technical programs on contract with the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Locations include MD, SC, and FL. The Program Manager will manage employees with a wide range of technical expertise such as oceanographic sciences, geospatial analysis, coastal resource management, information technologies, meteorology, and social science and economics. Staff are distributed on and off government locations or work remotely across the US and US territories.
- Comprehensive program management to include oversight of all technical and financial elements
- Manage day-to-day operations including quality control, scheduling, staff assignments, budgeting and cost monitoring
- Developing all program communications, and company and customer reports
- Ensure compliance with all contract, federal, and company programs and policies
- Workforce management including recruitment (position descriptions, screening and interviewing, selection and negotiation), time and expense oversight, performance evaluations and professional development, and coordination of work with federal leads
- Identification, selection, and oversight of subcontractors and consultants
- Serve as a company liaison within and outside of the contract
- Develop and support business development activities, including technical writing, pricing, and recruitment
- Requires frequent travel
Recruiting for site assessment and emergency response personnel nationwide to support Superfund Technical Assistance and Response Team (START) contracts
- Perform as a member of the START emergency response team (ERT) providing the EPA client with accurate and pertinent scientific data according to agreed upon methods, procedures, and techniques
- Duties will include rotations as an “on-call” responder available 24hrs a day for a week at a time
- Willingness to participate in the Emergency Response On-Call Program and maintain preparedness for immediate mobilization while on-call.
- Use level D-A PPE to make entries into potentially hazardous areas
- Calibration and maintenance of a variety of multi-media monitoring and sampling equipment.
- Document field activities and prepare daily and final reports for EPA client
- In-field multimedia sampling
- Assist with the writing of technical documents and plans
- Provide timely task status reports and other required reports to Project Managers
- Other duties and responsibilities as assigned