Environment, Health and Safety Associate, Division of Student Life (DSL)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Internal Number: 22689
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ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND SAFETY (EHS) ASSOCIATE, Division of Student Life-Housing and Residential Services, to assist and provide advice and support to the DSL with due consideration of occupational health laws, federal and state regulations, and good practices. Will function as an integral member of the DSL EHS team, working in all EHS areas related to DSL activities and assisting on special projects; work under the directions of the DSL EHS program manager and serve in a support role within the DSL; and provide advice to MIT faculty, staff, and students in the field of general EHS practices with the ultimate goal of enhancing health and safety for the MIT community.
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree in a related field, preferably science, engineering, or technology with EHS-related coursework; at least one year of relevant experience; ability to make effective oral presentations, work as part of a team, and obtain certifications as appropriate (e.g., CHMM, ASP, CSP, etc.); general knowledge and basic understanding of EHS programs; and basic knowledge of regulations specific to federal, state, local and consensus standards, including working knowledge of common OSHA standards. PREFERRED: high-level computer proficiency Job #22689-5
Salary range: mid-50s to low 60s, depending on relevant experience.
This position has a hybrid work schedule, with both remote and on-campus work. Exact hybrid schedule to be determined according to departmental needs.
Only candidates who submit a cover letter and resume will be considered for the position.
Employment is conditional upon the successful completion of a background check and credential check.
The mission of MIT is to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century whether the focus is cancer, energy, economics or literature