Under minimal supervision, manages the safety program and maintains documentation to comply with regulatory and accrediting agencies as assigned and performs duties as related to maintaining the program.
Requirements: Basic professional knowledge; equivalent to a Bachelor's degree; working knowledge of theory and practice within a specialized field; Bachelors Degree required in Environmental Science, Fire Safety, Industrial Hygiene or equivalent discipline. 2 years Life Safety Code/Safety/Environmental (EPA) experience. Valid Maryland Driver's License, Microsoft Office Suite, Basic computer skills, Standard Office Equipment. One to three years of experience.