Current Openings

Here is a listing of current jobs submitted to NJASSP for posting. We post jobs as a benefit for NJASSP members and primarily focus on opportunities in and around New Jersey.

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NJ Sharing Network Facilities and Safety Manager

Posted: Feb 07, 2020

Location New Providence, NJ

Manages the New Providence office location. Serves as the organization’s Safety Officer. Provides safety/health-related expertise. Works closely with Clinical and Laboratory Operations to support OSHA and safety related requirements for onsite laboratory and offsite surgical suite. Manages programs to ensure employee safety and organizational compliance with safety, health and environmental regulations for specified facilities, operations and the visiting public.Responsible for planning and coordinating facilities-related services. Coordinates office and building related duties, equipment, vendor relationships, building security, and special projects as needed. Responsible for all maintenance and general upkeep of the building, both internally and externally.NJ Sharing Network operates 24/7/365. This position will oversee and participate in 24-hour on call to ensure a safe and efficient operation. Responsible for individual and departmental staff compliance with all Network programs and policies.

Senior Risk Management Representative

Posted: Jan 28, 2020

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We offer challenging assignments, advancement opportunities, full benefits packages, competitive salaries, and a great work environment. And, we’re big enough to offer the opportunities you need to be successful, but not so big that you’ll get lost in the crowd.