The School of Business and Public Administration makes every effort to support the success and growth of all students. With programs designed to meet the needs of businesses of every size and industry, BPA students and graduates are well-prepared to address the challenging issues facing businesses and organizations in our region. We have built and continue to maintain strong relationships with local business, government and nonprofit agencies throughout Kern County. It is with these relationships that we are able to offer BPA students Internship and Job Opportunities specific to their chosen careers and in return those business retain highly qualified interns and future employees.
Under direction of the Director of HSE, this position is responsible for providing Environmental, Health & Safety support to the office and field operations personnel. Responsibilities are largely focused on regulatory compliance, and support of the Director of HSE.
Under the general supervision of the Chief of Staff to the President, the Sustainability Coordinator provides administrative and technical support to campus environmental sustainability programs involving recycling, waste reduction, energy and water conservation, and other greenhouse gas emission reduction projects; tracks and updates the university’s greenhouse gas inventories and climate action plans; communicates updates to the campus regularly regarding sustainable programming. The coordinator conducts research, develops and implements educational outreach and behavioral change initiatives in collaboration with campus and community partners; plans, coordinates, facilitates and oversees sustainability events on campus and in the community; schedules and coordinates Sustainability Committee meetings, including preparation of meeting agendas and minutes; and performs other duties as assigned; prepares financial and budget analyses for sustainability initiatives; and liaises with external environmental sustainability entities.
The Industrial Hygiene Technicians will collect samples and compile reports on work environments for analysis and implement and conduct evaluation of programs designed to limit chemical, physical, biological, and ergonomic risks to workers.
Job Duties Include:
Reports to the Associate Warden of Operations , Responsible for the facility safety and environmental program in compliance with Management & Training Corporation (MTC), Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP) directives, and CAL OSHA regulations, Develop a program to ensure compliance with local, state and federal safety regulations, Perform quarterly environmental inspections and provide and annual mitigation report to FBOP, Provide adequate fire protection services, Perform fire inspections and testing of equipment at least quarterly, Arrange an annual inspection by local or state fire officials or other qualified person(s), Ensure weekly, monthly, safety and sanitation inspections are conducted in the area of food service, Ensure availability of fire hoses or extinguishers at appropriate locations throughout the facility, Establish a program for safety training for staff members and inmates on the facility, Establish a system for review of and compliance with safety and fire prevention standards and training, Promote the development of positive social skills through modeling appropriate behaviors and intervening when inappropriate behaviors are observed. Provide regular feedback to staff regarding social skills procedures and intervention techniques, Maintain accountability of staff, inmates and property; adhere to safety practices.
We are looking for a driven, organized, self-starter who is interested in helping our locally owned company grow. We offer highly competitive pay plans and the opportunity to be part of the renewable energy field.