Job Opportunities

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Biosafety Officer (04/07/14)

The Biosafety Officer (BSO) provides effective management and oversight of the Institutional Biosafety Program for the University of Idaho by developing and implementing biosafety policy, training programs, pre and post-approval procedures, and providing administrative support to the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC). Additionally, the BSO will serve as an Alternate Responsible Official for the University’s Select Agent Program and will oversee all shipments of biological materials. The BSO interfaces with individuals of varying degrees of expertise in biosafety and animal care and use, including research faculty and staff, Environmental Health and Safety, compliance committees, facilities, campus veterinarian, federal oversight agencies, and others to ensure that all institutional policies and procedures are followed.

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IACUC/IBC Coordinator (04/07/14)

The Research Compliance Coordinator (IACUC/IBC Coordinator) oversees the development and management of research regulatory compliance efforts as required by the state and federal laws and university policies and procedures including oversight of faculty committees that approve research protocols and procedures, training, ethics, and safety for the care and use of animals and the use of biological materials. This position is the university’s subject matter expert for research involving animals and biological materials within the university. Responsibilities include assisting the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) and Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) Chairs with implementation of the IACUC and IBC procedures, regulations, and compliance as it pertains to researchers and sponsors; and proving advice and guidance to faculty, staff, and student researchers on the same. The IACUC/IBC Coordinator is essential to ensuring IACUC and IBC protocols are appropriately routed and reviewed in compliance with statutes, regulations, and University of Idaho policies. In addition, the coordinator will provide training on standard operating procedures and regulations to faculty, staff, and student investigators both on and off the Moscow campus. The IACUC/IBC Coordinator also provides guidance to the IACUC and IBC Chairs and Committees.

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Safety/Workers Comp Coordinator (03/21/14)


Johnson Service Group is looking for a dynamite Safety/Workers Comp Coordinator to join our team on the West Coast. This is a fantastic opportunity to be involved with a rapidly growing recruiting firm and to help estalish and maintain a safe work environment for our employees. The position could be based out of our San Jose, CA office or our Spokane, WA office.

Duties & Responsibilities

The Safety/Workers Comp Coordinator will be responsible for:


The ideal candidate MUST:


If you are interested in being considered for this wonderful opportunity, please contact Patrice Sutton - I can't wait to hear from you!


Safety Director (03/17/14)

We are a multi-billion dollar asset manager located in Kirkland, WA invested in a variety of asset classes, including US farmland.


This new Safety Director position will oversee the Health and Safety Programs for a multi-state agribusiness with growing and processing operations, and serves as a safety consultant for other non-ag related real estate assets/companies as requested.  The Safety Director is responsible for company-wide programs, policies, procedures, training, metrics and communications associated with the design, development and implementation of a safety-centric culture.  The Safety Director is responsible for ensuring that the goals of a safe and healthy work environment are institutionalized and actively pursued throughout the Company in an effective and collaborative manner. The Director is responsible to identify, assess, monitor and manage risks and impacts of existing and planned operations and to comply with applicable federal and state laws and regulations.  The Director leads the development of health and safety strategies and monitors the effective implementation of improvement plans across all Company operations, and reports on the effectiveness of the Company’s program.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Bachelor's Degree in Occupational Safety or related field and a minimum of 10 years of relevant safety management experience required, preferably in agriculture and/or processing environment for multiple locations.  Bilingual English/Spanish is desired.  Requires expert knowledge of relevant federal regulations for industry: OSHA, DOT, Workers Compensation, etc.  Position requires the ability to travel 30-50% of the time.


Pam Harrington at



Large metals processing plant in Spokane, Washington

Anticipated base salary of up to 83K plus potential bonus



Jeffrey Latterell
(507) 263-4841


Senior Safety & Training Manager (02/19/14)

C-TRAN, Clark County, Washington’s public transit agency, is seeking an individual to be responsible for the transit system’s risk, safety, and training functions. Safety responsibilities include developing short- and long-term strategic safety goals and objectives, evaluating safety programs, and directing the gathering and analysis of related performance and statistical loss data to identify areas of exposure and help prioritize deployment of safety and training resources. Position is also responsible for the development, coordination, and presentation of training programs to ensure compliance with state and federal safety regulations and training requirements. Position will report to the Executive Director/CEO.

Requires Bachelor’s degree in Safety Management, Engineering, Industrial Hygiene, Basic or Applied Science, Environmental Science, or related field and a minimum of five years’ progressively responsible experience in safety and risk management and the development and delivery of training programs. Three years in a supervisory/managerial capacity required. Certified Safety Professional certification preferred. Equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that demonstrates complete competency and knowledge of the principles and practices of safety and risk management and development and delivery of training programs may be considered in lieu of the degree requirement. Excellent communication skills required.

Hiring range is $6,354 to $7,689 month. Top of salary range is $9,023. Excellent benefit package.  

Apply on-line at, (job code 14-12). Cover letter and resume required. Position will remain open until filled. C-TRAN is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Health and Safety Manager II (02/03/14)

Clearwater Paper
Lewiston, Idaho

The successful candidate will provide professional knowledge and expertise in the administration and support of health and safety programs. Responsible for the overall coordination and implementation of environmental health and safety programs to assure compliance with regulatory agency requirements, guidelines and company policies.  Key accountabilities include safety compliance, management/leadership, and the workers comp and early return to work process.
Minimum Requirements:

To see a full and detailed description of this position and to apply, see the website at  All job offers are contingent upon successfully passing a pre-employment physical, including a drug screen, and a satisfactory background check. Clearwater Paper offers a comprehensive pay and benefits package. This position is open until filled. CLEARWATER PAPER CORPORATION IS AN EOE.