Industrial Hygienist (NASA)
Posted on: November 26, 2022
Description Job Description: Leidos is seeking a Industrial
Hygienist with Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) to work with the best and
brightest at NASA Headquarters (HQ) in Washington D.C., in support
of NASA HQ health and safety programs. You will work in a
fast-paced and diverse environment, enjoy flexible work
arrangements, and will have a management team that encourages your
career development and growth. In this role, you will gain many
intangible skills, such as time and task management, critical
thinking and problem solving, the ability to communicate
complicated problems in a concise manner, as well as solve complex
problems associated with health and safety programmatic issues.The
IH will typically have the option to work from home one day a week,
and with additional flexibility when possible.The Industrial
Hygienist will work under general supervision of the Occupational
Health Group supervisor and is expected to apply basic industrial
hygiene concepts, practices, and procedures. Independent judgment
within defined procedures and practices is expected in this
role.Duties include the following:
- Perform facility inspections to determine compliance with
regulations and standards; verify that corrective actions are
- Perform comprehensive Industrial Hygiene and environmental
sampling, maintain chain of custody, engage appropriate
laboratories, and interpret and document the results after
developing a sampling strategy.
- Review site-specific Health and Safety Plans (HASPs) for
construction and maintenance activities to ensure that safety and
health concerns have been identified and adequately
- Respond to urgent customer concerns which typically consists of
the ability to immediately respond to phone and email notifications
of areas of concern from the buildings' populace to discover and
characterize uncontrolled hazards, and to recommend to the
government the next course of action.
- Maintain a hazardous material inventory of all chemicals onsite
and their associated Safety Data Sheets.
- Apply occupational health and industrial hygiene principles as
needed and work closely with occupational health
- Perform compliance assessments of safety and health programs
against OSHA regulations and Safety, Occupational Health and
Environmental Program manuals.
- Perform occupational health surveys which consist of safety,
ergonomic, indoor air quality assessments, general industrial
hygiene and exposure assessments of chemical or physical hazards
for general office space and building operations and maintenance
functions; and specialized post-renovation, pre-occupancy
evaluation for the purpose of assuring that the space is safe for
- Perform a review and evaluation of documents provided by NASA
for the purpose of hazard assessment. Typically, this involves
special events, permits, blue print reviews in association with
demolition, renovation and new construction, including audits of
health and safety plans, and reviews of policy or procedures.
- Provide Safety & Health Training per the safety training plan.
Develop highest priority training classes, implement a training
schedule, and provide instructor led classes.
- Develop/update or modify written safety and health programs to
meet specific requirement of NASA and OSHA required hazard control
- Ensure IH sampling equipment is factory maintained, calibrated,
and certified in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations to
assure data integrity.Required Education and Experience:
- Bachelor's degree in industrial hygiene/environmental health or
related field, completed appropriate training, and have at least 4
years of recent industrial hygiene experience, including indoor air
quality assessments and performing ergonomic assessments
- Familiarity with construction site activities, occupational
health and safety procedures and requirements
- Knowledge of occupational health and industrial hygiene
concepts, building ventilation systems, environmental sampling,
exposure sampling, ergonomics, indoor air quality, chemical safety
and the HAZCOM standard.
- A technical background in various process, utility, industrial
and or mechanical systems and an understanding of associated
hazards and risk assessment methodology;
- The candidate must have strong interpersonal skills as the
position involves interfacing with client and on-site contractor
personnel. Candidate must be experienced in the use of Microsoft
Office Suite, in particular Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, and Excel,
for presentations, reports, and other uses. Must be able to obtain
a Public Trust clearance. U.S. Citizenship or U.S. Permanent
Residence is required due to length of investigation for non-U.S.
Persons. Pay Range: Pay Range $65,000.00 - $100,000.00 -
$135,000.00 The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general
guideline only and not a guarantee of compensation or salary.
Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but
are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education,
experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal
equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement
(if any), or other law.
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