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Risk Control Advisor or Senior Risk Control AdvisorRoseville

ACWA JPIA’s Risk Management staff partners with member agencies to control exposures and deliver training targeted to the needs of the water industry. ACWA JPIA is recruiting for either the Risk Control Advisor or Senior Risk Control Advisor position, depending on candidate experience and qualifications. The candidate will work under the direction of the Risk Management Program Manager to independently provide risk control services along with occupational safety and health services to member water agencies. The senior level professional is responsible for delivering an advanced degree of safety and risk control programs, and must demonstrate solid professional skills and judgement. 


This field position will be located in Roseville, preferably, and assistance with some relocation expenses to Roseville is possible. A remote northern CA office may be considered. Travel to member agencies in northern California’s valleys, mountains and foothills is required up to 50% of the time. Overnight travel is required up to 30% of the time to service members in the more remote areas of northern California. The person in this position has the flexibility to make his/her own schedule of visits and travel plans. To learn more about this opportunity, review the Position Profile located on our website and follow the instructions for applying by October 15, 2018.​

Project Manager - Forensic Analytical Consultaing ServicesSacramento

​We are currently hiring our next top performer in our Sacramento area office. The Project Manager position requires a minimum of 5 years of related experience. This can include asbestos, lead, microbiological inspections, exposure monitoring and sampling.

Responsibilities: Managing all aspects of asbestos, lead, mold and/or other industrial hygiene projects including conversing with potential and existing clients; proposal generation, managing project budgets and generating final reports and remediation specifications. Additional responsibilities include performing on-site surveys, inspections, assessments, abatement oversight and monitoring and auditing of safety procedures and applicable regulations associated with industrial hygiene and environmental projects.​


• A minimum of 5 years working knowledge of industrial hygiene, environmental health and safety concepts, and the use of common IEQ field instruments.

• BA in industrial hygiene, health and safety, biological or physical science is preferred.  10 years relevant experience may be an acceptable substitute for a degree.

• Certified Industrial Hygiene certification a plus!

• Possess excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills.

• Competent in all aspects of computing software necessary for the position and type a minimum of 40 WPM.

•  A valid driver’s license, valid automobile insurance and reliable transportation.

•  Ability to lift 50 lbs. and pass annual physical and respirator fit test exams

•  Willing to travel when necessary and flexibility in schedule.

Benefits: All regular employees are offered our competitive compensation package which includes medical, dental and vision options along with 401K company match, life and disability insurance options. Paid company holidays, volunteer days and a generous earned paid time off (PTO) program are included. We offer paid training of annual refresher courses and certifications, of applicable certifications required of the position. We have opportunities for advancement for employees seeking to grow within the organization and we are proud to continue our growth as we celebrate our 30th year in the industry.

We welcome you to submit your resume for consideration and look forward to the opportunity of having new team members join our FACS team!

To learn more about us. and our Right People, Right Perspective, Right Now philosophy, please visit us online at

Forensic Analytical Consulting Services is an equal opportunity employer.

Cal/OSHA Compliance Safety & Health OfficerStatewide

Come work for Cal/OSHA as an inspector! 

The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) is hiring health and safety inspectors throughout the state. These are field positions that conduct compliance inspections in many different settings and consult with employers on a wide range of health and safety issues.

Cal/OSHA inspectors describe their jobs as interesting and enjoyable. They report enormous satisfaction knowing they are helping to improve health and safety conditions in workplaces and making a positive difference in the lives of working men and women. In addition, the State of California offers long-term job security and excellent benefits, such as medical coverage and a pension.

As with most State jobs, applicants must first apply for and pass an examination.  Once you’ve passed the examination, you will be able to apply to open positions.  The Associate Safety Engineer examination is currently posted – Apply Now.  Exams are held on an ongoing basis. 

Follow this link to apply online:

Salary:  $7,632 - $9,547 per month

If you have any questions about the application process, the position, or anything about Cal/OSHA, please contact David Hornung, Senior Safety Engineer, at

General recruitment information available here:​

Environmental, Health and Safety Specialist IISacramento
Position Type Regular - Full Time
Base Salary Annual $91,222 - $117,348

Purpose: Prevents and controls occupational health and safety hazards in SMUD work environment by performing the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of Continuous Improvement Safety, Loss Control/Prevention, Occupational Health programs that pro-actively protect employees, and the public.

Major Duties & Responsibilities: Participates in the analysis of SMUD work environments and the design of programs to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, control, and prevent disease or injury caused by chemical, physical, and biological agents or ergonomic factors.
Develops and presents safety training programs to small and large audiences of SMUD employees.
Assists in identifying potential health and safety hazards in existing or future systems, equipment, facilities, or processes; reviews the causes or effects of such hazards and evaluates the probability and severity of accidents that may result; develops plans to eliminate the hazards.
Informs SMUD’s leadership and workforce of health and safety plans to
prevent and control hazards and to help evaluate compliance with state and federal regulations; develops, coordinates and conducts training sessions for management, supervisors, and workers on health and safety practices and regulations.
Assists in determining the effectiveness of safety plans and improvements and the necessity, if any, for modifications and/or new plans; monitors the progress of safety plans after implementation.
Participates in investigating employee accidents and unsafe working
conditions; evaluates possible causes and recommends remedial action
where necessary.
Supports and performs occupational health assessments with SMUD
employees, conducts employee and environmental monitoring for the
presence of hazardous materials; and assists in development/review of
business unit work procedures.
Management of project scopes, budgets, and schedules.
Performs related duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications: 
Education: A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in occupational health, risk management, engineering, behavioral sciences or arelated field OR equivalent work experience as a Health and Safety Specialist.

Experience: At least 3 years as a “Health and Safety Specialist I” or in some other capacity possessing a similar level of progressively responsible professional/technical work experience with continuing education and/or skills development. If you do not have a
degree seven (7) years of experience is required.

Knowledge of: Industry trends, principles, procedures and practices regarding safety, and occupational health management policies, procedures and standards; practices and processes in conducting safety, loss control/prevention, and occupational health inspections and self-assessments; knowledge and understanding of how to conduct
root-cause incident investigations; California Title 8 regulatory processes, including but not limited to other State and federal health and safety rules and regulations; occupational health assessments and monitoring; development of health and safety policies, procedures, and other special agreements; methods and techniques for report preparation and writing; techniques and practices for problem research and resolution; methods and techniques for record keeping; standard operating procedures for modern office equipment including a computer and applicable software; English grammar, punctuation and vocabulary standards.

Skill to: Promote regulatory awareness among business unit managers; recommend changes to work processes to reduce risk and occupational exposures to workers or the public; conduct trend analysis of incident and other performance data; identify and analyze problems and recommend solutions; identify and assess training needs for
employees; apply applicable laws, codes and regulations; utilize a personal computer and/or computer terminal, systems and software relevant to the job; communicate effectively orally and in writing internally/externally; establish and maintain effective working relationships internally/externally.

Licenses/Certificates: A valid California Driver's License is required.

Desirable Qualifications: Five or more years of work experience as a Health and Safety Specialist An advanced degree in safety, occupational health, or similar field of study. Working toward certification as a Certified Industrial Hygienist. Ability to obtain a Certified Industrial Hygienist certification within 5 years from
the date of hire. Proficient in Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.