Louis Berger U.S., Inc., one of the world’s leading engineering, environmental consulting and economic development firms, is seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic Staff Industrial Hygienist Louis Berger U.S., Inc., one of the world’s leading engineering, environmental consulting and to be added to their Denver, CO operation and key client program. Responsibilities will also include working directly with Louis Berger’s National Operations Manager and Louis Berger’s lead certified industrial hygienist (CIH) as well as to support our Exton, PA office’s “Center of Excellence” for our occupational safety and health practice.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3 to 6 years (mid level) of relevant general occupational safety and health/industrial hygiene experience including the performance of industrial hygiene (IH) surveys & audits; indoor air quality (IAQ) and noise assessments; asbestos-containing building material (ACBM), lead-based paint (LBP) and mold surveys and investigations; asbestos abatement and fiber release assessments; EH&S/occupational safety training; and/or medical monitoring program oversight. The candidate will additionally have experience conducting site assessments as they relate to potential environmental impacts. Strong oral/written communication abilities, proposal writing and cost estimating experience required.
The ideal candidate will have had prior consulting experience and working with clients having a union work force environment with an understanding of the work activities with an involvement in occupational safety and health, asbestos/lead-based paint, IAQ, and other health and safety, and emergency response and preparedness projects. Experience in conducting or supporting Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and other environmental real property due diligence activities is a plus.
Must be willing to travel from 10 to 25% of the time, estimated.
Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Science or equivalent; relevant MS degree preferred; 40-hr OSHA HAZWOPER certification preferred; asbestos and/or lead-based paint certifications preferred.