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Hazardous Materials Technician in Hill Air Force Base, UT at Cardno USA Inc

Date Posted: 4/4/2018

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Job Description

Cardno is a professional infrastructure and environmental services company, with expertise in the development and improvement of physical and social infrastructure for communities around the world.

Cardno’s Government Services division is seeking an Environmental
Engineer/Scientist/Technician to provide support to the installation Hazardous Material (HM) Program at Hill AFB in Layton, UT

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

> Provide support to the HM Program for “cradle-to-grave” tracking of all Hazardous Materials used on the installation
> Work closely with shop and Hazmat personnel to ensure all HM is tracked in the Air Force’s HM tracking system (EESOH-MIS)
> Daily client/customer support, answering HM-related questions, recommending HM Program updates, and
EESOH-MIS administration
> Coordinate and lead Environmental team site visits of Hill AFB shops
> Provide HM storage and compatibility training to Hill AFB shop personnel
> Provide EESOH-MIS training and support to new hires and program users as needed
> Schedule and coordinate quarterly HM team conference meetings
> Support implementation of the installation Environmental Management System (EMS) as it relates to the HM Program
> Provide analysis of HM datasets and custom reports using MS Access, Excel, and EESOH-MIS
> Technical writing, including client emails, meeting agendas and minutes, updates to HM Program guidance and training materials, etc.
> Administrative tasks in support of the HM Programs such as file management and organization, uploading documents to local SharePoint sites, printing, copying, etc.

Job Requirements


> Two years’ experience or post-high school degree/certificate in a related field
> Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science, Chemistry, Industrial Hygiene, or related field preferred
> Proficiency using Microsoft Office Programs such as Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Access, etc.
> Ability to obtain 40 hour HAZWOPER certification
> Must be able to obtain appropriate Department of Defense (DoD) security clearance and a Common Access Card (CAC)

Preferred Qualifications:

> Excellent written and verbal communication skills
> The ability to work independently and be self-motivated
> The ability to manage multiple tasks and actions simultaneously
> The ability to comfortably teach classes of up to 50-100 people
> The ability to understand and interpret legal and other requirements such as EPA, NFPA and OSHA codes, AF policies, etc.
> The ability to communicate effectively with supervisors, co-workers and clients
> Experience managing hazardous material or waste programs
> Experience working at military installations or with military
> Experience using relational databases and large datasets

• Please Note that selected candidates will be required to pass a drug, background and reference screening.

Cardno is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer


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