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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Environmental, Health and Safety Specialist/Engineer

Dover, NJ

Reporting to the EHS Manager, the incumbent will be responsible to align Environmental, Health, and Safety processes with business goals and to engage employees to promote behaviors that will achieve the highest levels of productivity in the safest possible manner. The incumbent will implement and oversee all assigned EHS programs.   

Minimum Requirements

  • All potential candidates must be authorized to work for any employer in the United States, employer sponsorship is not available.
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited College / University in Environmental Health & Safety, Chemical Engineering or related discipline
  • One (1) or more years of EHS experience in manufacturing facilities.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Industrial Hygiene related sampling for air, noise etc.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of generally accepted EHS program auditing procedures
  • Demonstrated success executing compliance programs regarding Federal, State and local Safety regulations
  • Demonstrated success driving safety metrics downward
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Director of Occupational Safety

The incumbent will be responsible to establish the vision of what safety means to the workforce and drive that vision throughout the company.  They will be responsible for the development and management of proactive safety programs and procedures and the overall direction and oversight of EHS programs, strategy, and staff activities along with related organizational performance standards to support the organization.

Minimum Requirements

  • All potential candidates must be authorized to work for any employer in the United States, employer sponsorship is not available.
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited College / University in Environmental Health & Safety, Chemical Engineering, Business, Industrial Management or related discipline
  • 10 years of EHS experience supervisory experience in construction, civil engineering, utility or telecommunications or mining field work
  • Five (5) or more years of corporate level EHS management experience
  • Demonstrated success in developing and utilizing leading and lagging KPIs resulting in driving health and safety metrics lower in a Behavior Based Safety environment
  • Demonstrated success managing large DOT regulated fleet
  • Demonstrated experience management Workers’ Comp programs
  • Demonstrated success as a change agent
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Health Safety Specialist III

Rutgers University- Newark (RU-N), an urban public research university and anchor institution, located in Newark, New Jersey, a city of promise is seeking a Health Safety Specialist. Principally responsible for performing the technical services, investigations, and visual inspections and/or for maintaining records for the University to assure that only sanctioned activities are carried out and that those activities are performed:

  • In accordance with Federal, State & local requirements and University policies/procedures;
  • Without adverse health effects on faculty, staff, students, visitors, and community
  • In a manner that will protect the environment;
  • University’s resources are conserved, and future liability is limited.
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Safety Manager

Sordoni Construction is seeking a highly motivated individual for the position of Safety Manager.

Position Description

  • Report directly to the Corporate Safety Director.
  • Conduct safety pre-construction meetings with awarded subcontractors, daily safety orientations with subcontractor employees, and weekly project safety meetings with Sordoni staff and subcontractors.
  • Visit project sites and prepare reports to ensure compliance with health and safety requirements.
  • Continuous monitoring of the physical job site from a safety standpoint (workers and the general public) to help ensure that operations are being completed safely and in accordance with OSHA, the Sordoni Safety & Health Management Program, the client’s Safety Program, and Federal, State, and Local regulations. Implement corrective actions to be in compliance with above safety programs and regulations.
  • Assist with the implementation of various safe work permits.
  • Maintain material Safety Data Sheets and weekly safety toolbox talks from subcontractors.
  • Conduct incident investigation reports and work with the subcontractors to implement the site specific plan for managed care and the return to work program.
  • Educate and train staff on safety and health related issues. Keep staff updated on changes or revisions to the safety program and regulations.
  • Work with staff, subcontractors, and Ownership in a team effort to ensure compliance with safety programs and regulations and to achieve safety goals.
  • Develop and implement a site specific safety incentive program.
  • Always perform work in a proactive manner to ensure the success of the project.
  • Cultivate safety as a core value toward achieving an Injury Free Environment.
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Chief Safety Officer

Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

The Chief Safety Officer (CSO) is responsible for strategic policy development, management, and oversight of the Agency’s Safety Programs. Exhibits a personal commitment to safety and is a passionate advocate for the safety of our passengers and our workforce.  Develops a progressive and proactive vision of safety across the Agency and our transit system. Translates the safety vision into strategy and provides guidance and direction to managers on program implementation, government regulations, reporting requirements, and standards of practice in five safety areas: Construction Safety, Operational Safety, Safety Certification, Employee Health and Safety, and Public Safety. The CSO ensures that a safety culture exists in all decision-making to guarantee the safety of our riders, employees, contractors, key stakeholders and the communities we serve. Works as a partner with other agency organizations, contractors and consultants to assist in driving safety culture. Further, the CSO sees that the agency shares responsibility for the implementation and adherence to the Safety Management System and delivers a ‘best-in-class’ safety program.

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