The Industrial Hygienist will assist with designing and implementing an industrial hygiene program to monitor, assess and resolve health and safety issues related to the prevention of infections, with a focus on construction.
Education: Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred. Degree in industrial hygiene or safety, environmental health, biology, chemistry, engineering or a related field.
Experience: Minimum four years’ experience in industrial hygiene required. Experience in construction required. Experience in healthcare preferred.
Licensure/ certification / registration: American Board of Industrial Hygiene Certification preferred.
Additional skills required: Ability to work in a fast paced environment with changing priorities. Keen observational and reporting skills. Diplomacy and leadership skills in addressing issues with management and team members. Good judgement, attention to detail excellent written and verbal communication skills. Skilled in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint).
Additional Salary Information: This position covers the Novant Health footprint. Travel is involved and mileage is reimbursed. Home office is negotiable.
About Novant Health
Novant Health is a not-for-profit integrated system of 14 medical centers and more than 1,500 physicians in over 500 locations, as well as numerous outpatient surgery centers, medical plazas, rehabilitation programs, diagnostic imaging centers and community health outreach programs. Novant Health's over 26,000 team members and physician partners care for patients and communities in North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia.
It is the responsibility of every Novant Health team member to deliver the most remarkable patient experience in every dimension, every time. Our team members are part of an environment that fosters team work, team member engagement and community involvement. The successful team member has a commitment to leveraging diversity and inclusion in support of quality care. All Novant Health team members are responsible for fostering a safe patient environment driven by the principles of "First Do No Harm"