Essential Functions · Responsible for evaluating workplace exposure occupational exposure to a wide variety of clients. · Self-starter that is capable of working independently with some supervision and technical support. · Prepares for industrial hygiene sampling surveys. · Calibrates sampling pumps, using both primary and secondary standards, for aerosols (total, inhalable, thoracic, and respirable fractions), gases, fumes, and vapors. · Conducts industrial hygiene sampling surveys for chemical, physical and biological hazards. · Observes work activities that can contribute to exposures. · Accurately documents field notes. · Applies appropriate calculation methods for chemical and noise exposure assessments. · Interprets exposure monitoring results. · Understands principles of personal protective equipment and clothing. · Develops recommendations to control exposures, using the hierarchy of controls. · Recognizes common signs and symptoms that may indicate an occupational illness or exposure. · Excellent communicator with an emphasis on providing stellar customer service. · Good technical writing and computer skills (Microsoft Office Suite) to draft reports that are grammatically correct, easy to read, technically competent, and are client ready upon submittal for senior review. · Able to travel for business · May perform indoor environmental quality investigations in non-industrial environments, including asbestos, moisture and mold surveys, asbestos and mold remediation oversight, and general ventilation evaluations.
Job Requirements · Education: B.S. required in science or engineering disciplines · Experience: 2 - 4 years · Anticipated local and regional travel up to 50%.
Desired Additional Skills · Ability to perform safety inspections, field oversight, incident investigations, and develop health and safety plans. · Existing regulatory certifications (e.g. asbestos, lead, mold). · Some experience conducting asbestos, lead based paint, mold, and indoor air quality investigations.
About Bureau Veritas
Since its foundation in 1828, the Bureau Veritas Group has consistently built recognized expertise, helping clients comply with standards and regulations relating to Quality, Health & Safety, Environment and Social Responsibility. The Group's network of regional and local offices manages client relationship and delivers a comprehensive range of services including inspection, testing, auditing, certification, ship classification and related technical assistance, training and outsourcing. When appropriate, Bureau Veritas also provides advisory services. Large and small organizations, whether private or public, can rely on Bureau Veritas to support them in protecting their respective brands, assets and business. We play a key role in both risk management and performance improvement. Bureau Veritas deploys multidisciplinary skills from over 61,000 employees in over 1,300 offices and laboratories worldwide.VisionBecome a leader in our industry and a major player in each of our market segments and key geographical market. MissionTo deliver economic value to customers through Quality, Health, Safety, Environment and Social Responsibility management of their assets, projects, products... and systems, resulting in license to operate risk reduction and performance improvement. Hiring PracticesBureau Veritas offers exciting challenges, competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package including a company matched 401(K) plan.Bureau Veritas is an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to sex, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color or any other protected class Contact UsBUREAU VERITAS NORTH AMERICA16800 Greenspoint Park Dr Suite 300 Houston, TX 77060