ERG has an opening for a bright, motivated industrial hygienist in one of its Washington DC area offices (Arlington and Chantilly, VA). ERG is a nationally recognized consulting firm specializing in occupational safety and health (OSH), environmental science and engineering, economics, risk assessment, information technology, facility management, and training, communications and outreach.
Provide industrial hygiene support to government clients in all aspects of OSH program development and implementation. Typical support may include:
Prepare hazard evaluations, risk assessments, job hazard analyses, and technological feasibility analyses and develop industry and exposure profiles to characterize workplace hazards and identify and evaluate the effectiveness of controls.
Thoroughly research and evaluate OSH topics and develop related programs, guidance, and fact sheets.
Develop and present safety and health training on a wide range of OSH topics (e.g., hazcom, bloodborne pathogens, laboratory safety, field safety).
Plan, coordinate, and perform personal monitoring and assess worker exposures.
Conduct compliance audits and program assessments of client facilities (offices, laboratories, warehouses, mechanical areas).
Review design specifications for new construction or renovations.
Collect, compile, and evaluate health and safety performance data and develop strategies for program improvement.
Assist clients in evaluating and responding to safety and health concerns (indoor air quality, ergonomics).
Successful candidates must have:
A B.S. degree in industrial hygiene or a related science or engineering field.
CIH certification from the American Board of Industrial Hygiene.
At least 8 – 10 years relevant experience (experience in federal government consulting a plus).
Ability to work well individually and as part of a team.
Excellent communication, writing, research, and analytical skills.
A Top Secret security clearance is a plus.
Telecommuting is allowed.
ERG is a nationally recognized consulting firm specializing in OSH, environmental science and engineering, economics, risk assessment, information technology, facility management, and training, communications, and outreach. ERG supports government clients in all aspects of OSH program development and implementation.