Perform detailed work, analyze findings, prepare reports, and make recommendations for activities related to finalizing the remedial approach and selection of the preferred treatment of technology(ies) for dioxin remediation. Accurately interpret, apply and explain applicable codes, laws, regulations, policies and procedures. Understand and follow departmental policies. Serve as a consultant to Site Operations for the purpose of achieving full compliance with applicable requirements pertaining to Industrial Safety. Conduct frequent inspections of site facilities and job performance to ensure compliance with requirements and safety of personnel. Conduct reviews of site procedures, purchase requisitions and work instructions to ensure hazards are appropriately defined and mitigated.
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist in the development of a site-wide Health & Safety
Plan (HASP). The HASP must be prepared in compliance with applicable United
States Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations and EM
385-1-1 US Army Corps of Engineers Safety and Health Requirements Manual.
Implementation of HASP to include the following:
Review all contractor safety submittals, shop drawing, and
Monitor contractor compliance and adherence with their
Perform routine Surveillance/Audits of site Contractor
Quality Control Programs.
Reviews documentation for the certification of construction
and testing equipment.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Post-secondary education or industry recognized
Minimum ten (10) years of continuous construction industry
safety experience in supervising/managing general construction (managing safety
programs or processes or conducting hazard analyses and developing controls).
Proficient written and spoken English and Vietnamese skills
Excellent technical writing and verbal communication skills.
PREFERRED SKILLS / QUALIFICATIONS
Experience with remediation projects.
Experience with USAID-funded projects.
AREA OF CONSIDERATION
In order to integrate the foreign assistance effort into the community, enhance the skills of the cooperating country’s population, and contribute to the local economy, this position is designated for a Cooperating Country National (CCN), meaning an individual who is a cooperating country citizen, or a non-cooperating country citizen lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the cooperating country.