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:
Traci Snyder – Delegate@lowercolumbiabasin.assp.org
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
Industrial Hygiene Professional
Posted: Jun 22, 2020
Location Richland, Washington
PBS Engineering and Environmental Inc. is looking to expand our Industrial Hygiene (IH) Team in Tri-Cities and is looking for an entry level Industrial Hygiene Professional. We have a proven track record of providing quality service to our Eastern Washington clients for over 20 years from our Richland office. This position will work closely with our Tri-Cities Industrial Hygiene Lead and will work on a wide variety of projects within the built environment by completing pre-demolition surveys, air sampling and monitoring, and preparation of reports on a variety of hazardous materials that could be potentially encountered in the field.
Posted: Jun 16, 2020
Location FG Plant – Pasco
The J.R. Simplot Company is a diverse, privately held organization, with roots firmly planted in agriculture and agriculture-related businesses. The J.R. Simplot Company is a true farm-to-table company with operations that touch every aspect of agriculture, including seed production, farming and ranching, plant sciences, fertilizer manufacturing, food processing, commercial product development, and distribution.
This role plans, directs, and manages the safety programs at the plant level under senior management direction. Manages all activities associated with subcontracting with vendors for services and equipment. Reviews and incorporates, as appropriate, safety and health standards originated by government agencies. Keeps fully informed on all existing and proposed changes in government agency regulations, protective equipment requirements, and permit requirements.