The ASSP Lower Columbia Basin Chapter’s Jobs page provides organizations with a free means of finding qualified candidates to fill their positions while also providing ASSP members access to employment opportunities.

To post a notice for an opening in your organization, contact:
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Note: Recruiter – Please include the date in which the job ad should be removed from the site. If no expiration date is provided, the job will be removed 30 days after publishing


Project Safety Manager

Posted: Oct 22, 2019

VNS Federal Services is currently seeking a full-time Safety Manager to work in our Hanford, WA ERDF site.

VNS Federal Services, offers a broad portfolio, unique technologies, and technology development to the Department of Energy and multiple DOE Prime Contractor’s nationwide, as well as internationally.  We focus on difficult waste management challenges by providing “first-of-a-kind”, “best-in-class” or “only-in-class” solutions.  We are known world-wide for our relentless focus on creating technology solutions that access, separate and stabilize nuclear and hazardous waste.

Health and Safety Officer

Posted: Oct 22, 2019

  • 10 years of general construction experience working in a safety, health and industrial hygiene position
  • 3 years of experience working in a safety, health and industrial hygiene position on heavy civil or earth moving projects
  • 3 years of experience in a health and safety position where radiological contamination controls were required
  • American Board of Industrial Hygiene certified (COHST, OSHT, ASP/CSP, or CIH)
  • Experience working in the oil and gas or mining industries a plus


Safety Specialist

Posted: Oct 17, 2019

Location Richland, WA

The Safety Specialist monitors, analyzes, and investigates workplace activities and potential hazards to support company initiatives within assigned area or facility(s) through review of work packages, surveys, audits, assessments, walk downs, investigations and/or observations. Identifies hazardous workplace conditions and removes hazards and/or protects employees by guarding, revising work procedures, and training or requiring use of personal protective equipment.

Regional Safety Engineer

Posted: Oct 08, 2019

Amazon – Hermiston, OR

The Regional Safety Engineer must be an effective communicator, sending clear, concise and consistent messages verbally, in written form, and/or public speaking forums. This individual must instruct and train company personnel on safety policies, assisting the teams in incorporating our safety standards at their respective site(s). If chosen for the position, you will work with internal and external partners to maintain and enhance the safety of operations. Coordination with onsite physical security, vendors, compliance officers, risk management, and fire/life safety systems is required. Additionally, you will work with employees and contractors to achieve specific safety objectives. This role will report to the Regional Safety Manager and be responsible for continuing to enhance the safety of operations. Additionally, you will work closely with construction builds. This position may require some domestic and international travel.

Safety Manager

Posted: Oct 07, 2019

Plans, directs, and manages the safety compliance process for the facility. Reviews and incorporates, as appropriate, safety and health standards originated by OSHA. Keeps fully informed on all existing and proposed regulatory changes.