Industrial Hygienist Job in Anchorage, Alaska – Department of Labor

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Industrial Hygienist – Anchorage, Alaska
Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Department of Labor
Job ID: 559726
Start Date: 01/11/2022
End Date: 01/25/2022

Qualification Summary
THIS POSITION HAS A BASIC EDUCATION REQUIREMENT. ALL APPLICANTS MUST MEET THIS REQUIREMENT IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED.Applicants must meet one of the following requirements: A bachelor’s or graduate/higher level degree in industrial hygiene, occupational health sciences, occupational and environmental health, toxicology, safety sciences, or related science; or
A bachelor’s degree in a branch of engineering, physical science, or life science that included 12 semester hours in chemistry, including organic chemistry, and 18 additional semester hours of courses in any combination of chemistry, physics, engineering, health physics, environmental health, biostatistics, biology, physiology, toxicology, epidemiology, or industrial hygiene; or
Certification from theAmerican Board of Industrial Hygiene (external link)(ABIH). Evaluation of Education:All science or engineering courses offered in fulfillment of the above requirements must be acceptable for credit toward the completion of a standard 4-year professional curriculum leading to a bachelor’s degree in science or engineering at an accredited college or university.
For GS-09: In addition to meeting the basic education requirement, Applicants must have at least 52 weeks of specialized experience at the next lower level in the normal career progression of the position being filled. When comparing Private Sector to Federal Service experience, this specialized experience must be equivalent to at least the next lower grade level of GS-07.Resumes should reflect but is not limited to the following specialized experience listed below: Assisting in the planning of and/or conducting occupational safety and/or occupational health inspections of workplaces where the exposures and types of hazards are predictable in advance. Examples may include the following: Health sampling;
Chemical exposures and/or overexposures;
Noise exposures and/or overexposures;
Equipment and/or machine operations;
Environmental conditions;
Work practices;
Protective devices and/or protective equipment;
Safety procedures. Studying records and/or files regarding any of the following: Occupational safety and/or occupational health mishaps/accidents;
Occupational safety and/or occupational health injuries;
Equipment maintenance data. Identifying occupational health and safety hazards;
Recording and/or photographing plain-view occupational safety and/or occupational health hazards. For the GS-11:In addition to meeting the basic education requirement, Applicants must have at least 52 weeks of specialized experience at the next lower level in the normal career progression of the position being filled. When comparing Private Sector to Federal Service experience, this specialized experience must be equivalent to at least the next lower grade level of GS-09.Resumes should reflect but is not limited to the following specialized experience listed below: Planning and conducting or assisting in the planning and conducting of evaluations of workplace operations involving potentially hazardous environmental conditions. Such conditions could include any of the following:
Chemical conditions and/or exposures;
Biological conditions and/or exposures to biological agents;
Environmental conditions.
Assist in conducting sampling for occupational health-related hazards and/or exposure levels and reviewing laboratory analyses of health-related sampling, prepare reports that include findings and recommendations for the control of identified hazards;
Conducting occupational health investigations and/or occupational health inspections;
Conducts interviews with employers and/or employees and/or employee representatives and/or emergency services personnel and/or law enforcement officials and/or other parties to identify unhealthful working conditions and/or causes of injuries/illnesses/fatalities AND to obtain information required to conduct a legally sufficient occupational health investigation; For the GS-12: In addition to meeting the basic education requirement, Applicants must have at least 52 weeks of specialized experience at the next lower level in the normal career progression of the position being filled. When comparing Private Sector to Federal Service experience, this specialized experience must be equivalent to at least the next lower grade level of GS-11.Resumes should reflect but is not limited to the following specialized experience listed below: Investigating occupational health complaints;
Conducting file and/or record reviews, to include case files of previous occupational health investigations and inspections;
Conducting occupational health investigations and/or occupational health inspections;
Conducting workplace analyses and reviewing the occupational safety and health programs of employers and businesses;
Writing occupational safety and/or occupational health reports;
Testifying during and/or working with counsel in the development of litigation pursuant to occupational safety and/or occupational health cases. Evaluation of Experience- Qualifying experience involves the recognition, evaluation, corrective actions, and elimination of environmental conditions in the workplace that causes sickness, impaired health, or illness. This experience must demonstrate a professional knowledge of the theory and application of the principles of industrial hygiene and closely related sciences such as physics and engineering controls.Work must have involved experience in all of the following areas: the acquisition of quantitative and qualitative data, and the measurement of exposures for a variety of chemical, physical, and biological stresses; the analysis of the data acquired and the prediction of probable effects of exposures on the health and well-being of workers; and the selection and recommendation of appropriate controls, including management, medical, engineering, education or training, and personal protective equipment.

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