EHS-International, Inc. (EHSI) has an immediate need for an AHERA Building Inspector/Project Manager in its Technical Support Services Group in our Seattle, Washington office. This individual will perform, coordinate and lead field investigations involving regulated building materials and industrial hygiene services, as well as marketing for future opportunities. Investigations include studies concerning regulatory compliance and compliance audits; asbestos and lead-based paint surveys; site characterizations; and environmental sampling of air, soil, sediments, and water for organic and inorganic contaminants. Additional responsibilities will include: Preparing abatement design documents and monitoring hazardous material abatement.
Individual must be capable of supervising and coordinating technical personnel to complete projects on schedule and within billable time objectives.
The successful candidate will have 3+ years of experience in managing, supervising, and/or asbestos and lead-based paint inspections and abatement design specifications, compliance assessments, project supervision, and health/safety consulting. Previous experience in supervision and development of staff is also preferred. Ability to provide asbestos, lead, and other health/safety training is a plus. BS degree or equivalent experience in a related field is mandatory. Required AHERA certifications include inspector and project designer. The ability to support in Business Development activities is a plus. Strong project management skills, attention to detail, and in-depth knowledge of EPA AHERA and Washington State asbestos regulations and protocols are mandatory. Candidate will be expected to travel out of state and work off shifts (i.e., swing shifts) periodically.
Candidate must be a United States citizen due to DOD contracts specifications.
About EHS-International, Inc.
EHS-International, Inc. (EHSI) is an environmental consulting and industrial hygiene firm that serves the Pacific Northwest (EPA Region 10), and federal facilities nationwide. EHSI is a recognized leader in environmental assessments and remediation, hazardous materials management, and abatement design including lead, asbestos, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). Specialty services include indoor air quality and construction management services. EHSI provides expert industrial hygiene services including job hazard analysis, worker health and safety plans (HASPs), Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) awareness training, and worker exposure monitoring.
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