Provide advanced professional industrial hygiene services and consulting to AGC members in AGC's Group Workers' Compensation Insurance program and other AGC members for the identification, evaluation and control of occupational health hazards in the work place. Assists internal staff in the assessment of risk for current/prospective policyholders and management of occupational disease claims.
Qualifications and Skills
Intermediate to advanced knowledge in the theory and practice of industrial hygiene in construction, including chemistry, air monitoring techniques, toxicology, noise measurement, industrial ventilation and equipment calibration; demonstrated working knowledge of OSHA, other governmental regulations pertaining to the industrial hygiene/occupational health disciplines and workers compensation insurance; demonstrated ability to assess and manage complex industrial hygiene problems; ability to work under limited supervision and function effectively in a team environment; strong oral and written communication and interpersonal skills, with ability to communicate technical information in a clear, concise manner. A valid Oregon driver’s license with a good driving record or the ability to transport oneself to and from diverse work settings is required, as is occasional overnight travel.
Job Type: Full-time
BS in Industrial Hygiene or related science and five years progressive responsible work experience in industrial hygiene with demonstrated skill in assessing and managing complex industrial hygiene problems. MS in Industrial Hygiene is preferred. American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) certification is highly desirable. Experience in construction and/or related industry is desirable.
Other combinations of education and experience demonstrating the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the work will also be considered.
Additional Salary Information: Will be disclosed upon offer of employment.
About Associated General Contractors (AGC)
About the Oregon-Columbia Chapter
Since 1922, the AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter has served as the voice of the commercial construction industry. We provide our members products and services designed to improve business and enhance the professionalism of the construction industry, including:
Innovative workers’ compensation program
Safety and human resources consulting
Training and education
Health insurance and retirement/401(k) program
Representing the Commercial Construction Industry
With nearly 830 member companies, AGC is the only trade association representing the full range of commercial construction companies, from industrial to building, heavy highway to multi-family residential.
The chapter is led by a board of directors comprised of elected, appointed, and designated members representing all segments of the chapter’s membership.
Our nearly 830 chapter members are general and specialty/subcontractors and associated industry and professional associates located or doing work in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Membership is made up of primarily small ...to mid-sized contractors.
43% have annual revenues between $0 and $2 million
26% have annual revenues between $2 and $5 million
31% have annual revenues over $5 million