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Job Opportunities through the Career Center
The list below includes job opportunities for students, courtesy of the Career Center.
- Associate Research Coordinator
Position Summary:We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as an Associate Research Coordinator.Responsible for providing basic to moderate range of coordination for Research studies conducted at the Medical Center. Assists with recruitment, enrollment, grant submissions, research data collection and study coordination. Performs intra-operative monitoring and serves as liaison with the IRB and the internal and external funding agencies. Ensures accurate execution of research protocols in accordance with Good Clinical Practices, HIPAA and required obligations to patient/subject, Principal Investigator, research team and sponsor. Interfaces directly with patients/subjects and Principal Investigators in support of the clinical trials if applicable. Works under general supervision.Job Responsibilities:Human Subjects’ Research – If applicable, updates and submits necessary documents required by the NYU Institutional Board (IRB), NYU Office of Clinical Trials and any other appropriate parties in order to obtain approval to conduct human subjects¿ research. Secures accurate signatures and forwards documents and/or forms to appropriate destination. Might prepare and submit monthly enrollment statistics to the Office of Clinical Trials and provide other information in timely manner, as necessary. Study Regulations – Aware of study regulatory status and keeps an up to date copy of regulatory documents. Assists with the informed consent process and ensure that the patient/subject fully understands what is required of them throughout the study. Follows through regularly with the patient/subjects and reminds them of visits and compliance. Research Activities – Collects patient information for the research project(s). This may include abstraction of data from the patient chart (e.g., laboratory or diagnostic test results, surgical/radiation treatments delivered, adverse drug reactions, etc); abstraction of data for publications, or data collection from outside physicians¿ offices. Uses tools to facilitate data collection (e.g. calendars, schedules, tracking logs, etc). Audits and updates the database or the case report forms. Conducts study visits, obtains and documents information within the time frame specified. Research, collects, compiles and conducts preliminary analyses of data, statistics, and other materials for reports. Conduct preliminary analysis. Recruitment – Screens potential patients/subjects for eligibility to the study and schedules the initial visits. This may include researching and gathering information from the medical record, physician referral, advertisement and directly scheduling a visit to evaluate the patient/subject. Reviews all the elements of the screening process with the Principal Investigator that include but not limited to: inclusion/exclusion criteria, completed informed consent, documentation of the event and the patient/subject willingness to participate in the study. Clinical Competency: Position may require competency in performing EKG, phlebotomy technique, centrifuge, handling, storing and shipping of specimens. Clinical training and didactic competency tests may be required to perform basic procedures as part of position expectations. In house training and certification will be provided. Other trainings and competencies may be included as required. Continuous Learning: Position requires ongoing continuing education in all areas of research development. It is expected that the employee demonstrates proof of ongoing research education on a yearly basis. Training programs are provided through the SOM. Reporting and Analysis – Gathers and compiles data and assists in consolidating/analyzing data for presentation to sponsoring and regulatory agencies. Provides reports to all necessary parties (e.g., the principal investigator, sponsoring agency, etc.) on the progress of the study as needed. Conduct primary analysis to data collected. Formulates, prepares database and generates preliminary measurement reports for review by the PI. Grants – Assists in the preparation of grant applications and related activities such as developing grants proposals and fund raising activities. Collects and organizes required paperwork for submission if required. Follows up and coordinates resolution of all issues progress reports to the sponsors to fund medical research in the division. Budgets – May develop draft budgets and submit to the Principal Investigator. Assists in the preparation of funding reports to agencies. Helps to identify new potential sponsors/agents for trials and researches as assigned. Participates in special projects and performs other duties as required.Minimum Qualifications:Bachelor’s degree in life sciences, allied health or equivalent in a related discipline and 0-1 years¿ experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Effective oral, written, communication, interpersonal skills. Must be able to work under the direction of supervision. Ability to operate research related equipment. Proficiency in using various Microsoft Office applications such as World, Excel, Access, Power Point and Outlook. Familiar with Internet applications. Ability to identify, analyze and solve problems. Time management skills and ability to work well under pressure.Preferred Qualifications:Knowledge of basic medical terminology is preferred. Prior experience working with Research Protocols. Experience working in an academic medical center environmentQualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
- Junior Officer
The NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps is the uniformed component of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The service consists of approximately 321 commissioned officers. A typical officer's career is spent in a broad variety of assignments that rotate between sea duty and shore stations. Assignments are not necessarily related to an officer’s academic field, but each will contribute to the officer’s development as a technically competent leader. NOAA Corps officers operate ships, fly aircraft, lead mobile field parties, conduct diving operations, manage research projects, and serve in staff positions throughout NOAA. If you are interested in a career that includes service, science, and adventure, you will find a unique opportunity in the NOAA Corps.Applicants must be a U.S. Citizen and hold a baccalaureate degree, preferably in a major course of study related to NOAA’s scientific or technical activities. Course work must include at least 48 semester (72 quarter) hours in science, math, or engineering subjects pertaining to NOAA's missions. Applicants must also be in excellent health, have normal color vision and uncorrected visual acuity no worse than 20/400 in each eye, correctable to 20/20.Selected candidates are commissioned as Ensigns and after successful completion of the 5 month long Basic Officer Training Class (BOTC), are assigned to a NOAA survey or research ship for up to 3 years. There is a 15 month obligatory service period following completion of BOTC.
- Quality Assurance Coordinator
The Department of Ecology's priority during the Covid-19 health crisis is to keep our staff, candidates, and the public safe. We are still hiring and encourage you to apply to open positions. The majority of our staff are currently working from home; we have transitioned to a virtual recruitment process, to include web-based interviews. Protecting Washington State's environment for current and future generations is what we do every day at Ecology. We have a culture that is invested in making a difference. If you want to join a team that is highly effective, collaborative, has leadership that embraces the value of people, Ecology is a good fit.The Environmental Assessment Program (EAP) is looking to fill a Manchester Environmental Laboratory (MEL) Quality Assurance Coordinator (Chemist 4) position. This position will be located at the Manchester Environmental Laboratory (MEL) in Port Orchard, WA.The position coordinates with Program Quality Assurance staff, helps prioritize Lab and Program Quality Assurance needs, and writes Scopes of Work for sub-contracting and performs subsequent data review of general and highly specialized chemistry analyses.Manchester Environmental Laboratory (MEL) is looking for a very organized experienced chemist who is both technically strong and an excellent communicator who must work well with the laboratory director, laboratory unit supervisors, laboratory staff, Ecology scientists and administrative staff. The ideal candidate must be able to effectively communicate with other state and federal agencies, counties and cities, private industry and the public. We are looking for applicants who possess an in-depth understanding of the complex technical issues related to this position, have high attention to detail, and have the ability to communicate and collaborate with a diverse workforce.As an agency, our mission is to protect, preserve and enhance Washington's environment for current and future generations. We invest in our employees to create and sustain a working environment that encourages creative leadership, effective resource management, teamwork, professionalism and accountability.To learn more about The Department of Ecology, please visit our website at www.ecology.wa.gov and follow, like or visit us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or our blog.Local efforts... Diverse people... Statewide impacts The Environmental Assessment Program provides a range of scientific, monitoring, laboratory, and quality assurance services. Its mission is to measure and assess environmental conditions in Washington State. The Manchester Environmental Laboratory (MEL) is the leading environmental laboratory for the State of Washington. We conduct environmental laboratory analyses on samples collected throughout Washington State for organic, inorganic, and microbiological contaminants. The laboratory also conducts analyses for toxics in children's and consumer products.Some of the key work activities for the Manchester Environmental Laboratory (MEL) Quality Assurance Coordinator include:Directs, implements and oversees Quality Assurance activities at MEL. Maintains accreditation of MEL.Serves as a knowledgeable resource for Quality Assurance requirements and Quality Assurance Project Plans. Manages contracts, including writing Scopes of Work, Requests for Quotation and Qualification, evaluating contract laboratory bids, and validating contract laboratory data.This position will remain open until filled. The initial screening will be September 21, 2020. In order to be considered for the initial screening, please submit an application on or before September 20, 2020. The agency reserves the right to make an appointment any time after the initial screening date.Required Qualifications:A Bachelor's degree with a major in chemistry or a Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours of college level chemistryANDSix years of experience performing chemical analysis of environmental or consumer product samples following EPA and/or Standard Method analytical techniques in an environmental laboratory. ANDOne year of experience in a lead or supervisory role.OROne year of experience as a Chemist 3 performing chemical analysis of environmental or consumer product samples following EPA and/or Standard Method analytical techniques in an analytical laboratory.NOTE: A Master's degree will substitute for two years of the required experience or a Ph.D. degree will substitute for three years of the required experience provided a Bachelor's degree and the required college-level chemistry have been achieved.Desirable Qualifications:Four or more years of experience reviewing and validating organic environmental data following EPA National Functional Guidelines.Special Requirements / Conditions of Employment:Requires the passing of a Federal Government background check.Supplemental InformationApplication Instructions:In order to be considered, applicants MUST attach the following documents as an attachment to their application:A cover letter describing how your experience, skills and abilities meet the required/desired qualifications of this position.A resume outlining your professional experience.Please complete the applicant profile when applying for this position. Or, you may paste the text of your resume within the profile's resume text field.Please read the supplemental questions carefully and answer completely. Incomplete responses, including "please see resume", may disqualify you from further consideration.Department of Ecology employees, please make sure to answer the agency-wide questions regarding permanent status as a classified employee within the Washington General Service or Washington Management Service. Do not forget to select Department of Ecology as a response to question 2, and type your personnel ID number for question 3. If you are not sure of your status or do not know your personnel ID number, please contact Human Resources at (360) 407-6186.If you are reading this announcement in print format, please visit www.careers.wa.gov to access the online recruitment system. Click on "Look for Jobs" and select Dept. of Ecology under the "Department" search list. Click "Apply Search."Other Information:If you need assistance applying for this job, please call Human Resources at (360) 407-6186 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not call this number or send an email to this address to follow-up the status of your application. You can view the latest status of your application on your profile's main page.If you have specific questions about the position, please email Alan Rue at: email@example.com. Please do not contact Alan to inquire about the status of your application.The act of submitting application materials electronically is considered affirmation that the information is complete and truthful. The state may verify this information and any untruthful or misleading answers are cause for rejection of your application or dismissal if employed.This position is included in the Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE) union bargaining unit for the Department of Ecology.The Washington State Department of Ecology is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation and gender identity diversity. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, veterans or people with military status, and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons needing accommodation in the application/testing process or this job announcement in an alternative format may call (360) 407-6186. Applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing may call the Washington Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6388.
- Industrial Cleaning Tech
Travel RequiredCompany OverviewHughes Environmental is a combustible dust cleaning specialist and commercial and industrial duct cleaning company based in Louisville, Kentucky. Through its national client base and focus on using the safest, most efficient methods, Hughes Environmental has grown to be the premier choice for industrial and commercial cleaning. The staff is comprised of multiple NADCA Certified “Air System Cleaning Specialists”, American Indoor Air Quality “Certified Mold Remediators”, “Certified Indoor Environmentalist and UVC Light Disinfection Services.ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES· UVC Light Disinfection Services· Facility Deep Cleaning· Commercial Duct Cleaning· Cleaning of Rafter & Ceilings· Removal of Combustible Dust· Cleaning of industrial & manufacturing buildings· Operating high powered HEPA filter vacuumQualifications – Minimum· Valid Driver License· Professional attitude and appearance· Must be able to lift 75lbs· Ability to work on aerial platform, scaffolding and ladders· Stand for long periods· Work in extreme hot & cold conditions· Must have Steel Toe Boots· Must be a team player & have a solid work ethicSome of this success is attributed to our employees, who strive to demonstrate five core values every day: Dependable, Pride & Ownership of Work, Accountable, Problem Solving and Empathy & Respect. If you share these five values, come and join our team, which helps to ensure safety by delivering solutions that provide our customers with peace of mind.
- 20-21 Green Iowa AmeriCorps Environmental Steward
Service Description: Green Iowa AmeriCorps operates through the University of Northern Iowa’s Center for Energy and Environmental Education (UNI CEEE) in Cedar Falls. The program is looking to recruit passionate and motivated individuals for an 11-month service experience in one of our service locations throughout Iowa. As a member of our new and existing programs sites, you will have the opportunity to create plans in conjunction with city officials, nonprofit leaders and school districts, and execute projects that will greatly impact the communities we serve. The leadership and empowerment experienced as part of our program will be like no other! Our program hopes to train the next generation of ‘green-collar’ workers through a combination of field trips, presentations, and hands-on learning. Members have the opportunity to build leadership abilities through specific coordinator roles, which will allow each member to contribute their own unique skills to the program. Members have access to free trainings, hands-on skill development, and extensive community engagement. Our mission is empowering Iowa's communities and school districts to make more environmental, conservation-minded decisions and improvements through direct service work, environmental education, professional development opportunities, and volunteer engagement. Green Iowa AmeriCorps consists of three branches: Energy & Community, Sustainable Schools and Land & Water Stewards. Each branch of our program will provide AmeriCorps members with the unique opportunity to enhance their professional development goals, cultivate community-wide relationships, and work toward making Iowa a more sustainable, eco-nomic state. Energy & Community- members serve in a team-based setting providing residential energy efficiency services to under-served populations, conducting environmental education, and engaging in community service projects with service locations in Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids, Decorah, Des Moines, Dubuque & Iowa CitySustainable Schools-members serve in Iowa school districts as sustainability coordinators to reduce energy and waste, support teachers and students in environment education efforts, and create project-based learning opportunities with service locations in Cedar Falls, Des Moines, Decorah, Dubuque, Iowa City & WaterlooLand & Water Stewards-members create environmental education and community programming related to healthy water and land stewardship in conjunction with many local and state partners with a service locations in Ames, Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Oskaloosa & OkobojiProgram Benefits: Federal Loan Deferment, Healthcare Coverage, Training and Certification, Individualized Professional Development opportunities, Segal Education Award upon successful completion, Monthly Living stipend, Leadership experience, Public Service Loan Forgiveness Qualification, Interest Accrual RepaymentLiving Allowance: Energy & Community AND Land & Water Stewards - $15,000.00 (TOTAL FOR 11 MONTHS) Sustainable Schools - $10,450.00 (TOTAL FOR 11 MONTHS) Living allowances are distributed evenly in monthly installments over the course of the service term.Segal Education Award: Energy & Community AND Land & Water Stewards - $6,195.00 Sustainable Schools - $4,336.50. Education Awards are contingent upon successful completion of the program.Terms: Position based on completion of 1,700 hours of service in a full-time work schedule or a 1,200 reduced full-time schedule for Sustainable Schools’ positions; flexible vacation and sick leave. Outside employment available during the off hours, school attendance available during off hoursService Areas:Service Areas: Neighborhood Revitalization, Habitat Restoration, Housing, Community Engagement, Storm Water Management, Outreach Education, Community and Economic Development, Environment, and Capacity Building
- Conservation Education Camp Counselor
Conservation Education Camp Counselors are at the heart of our residential summer camp program, which has been running for over half a century. Many of our staff are former campers, and they bring a passion for sharing ‘camp magic’ and a love of nature with the next generation. The counselor’s primary role is to teach and supervise campers. They live in an assigned cabin with a co-counselor and a small group of campers for whom they are responsible. Counselors teach lessons on field, forest, aquatic habitats, and human impacts, often working with a second counselor as co-instructor. Counselors do crafts, perform skits, sing songs, and entertain campers throughout the week while ensuring their safety. Counselors are on call 24 hours/day during the camp week, but they get one 4-hour block of time off sometime between Monday-Thursday during camp, and then have Friday evening, Saturday, and Sunday morning off. Specific duties include, but not limited to:Supervise the campers on a 24-hour basis; are responsible for the well being and health of the campers;Instruct the campers in the core environmental science curricula; andResponsible for the planning and conducting of recreational activities, including maintaining camp inventories.Counsel campers who become homesick or disruptive.Assist in the purchasing, inventory and delivery of supplies, materials and equipment.Supervise waterfront activities.Support and assist other counselors in the development and completion of camp activities.Administer first aid to campers if necessary.Supervise and implement overnight camp-outs.Develop and implement education recreation and work projects.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSConservation Education Camp Counselors must have 60 semester college credit hours, including at least 12 semester credit hours in natural resources, environmental studies, environmental education, outdoor recreation, STEM: Science (biology, chemistry, computer, earth, environmental, and physics) Technology Engineering Mathematics, elementary-middle-secondary-special education, or camp management or two years of work experience in natural resources, biological sciences, geology, environmental studies, environmental sciences, environmental education, outdoor recreation, elementary-middle-secondary-special education, or camp management.Conservation Education Camp Counselors must be certified in approved first aid courses as required by the NYS Department of Health, such as American Red Cross Responding to Emergencies or equivalent and in American Red Cross CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer or equivalent. The CPR/AED certification must be in its first year. You may apply without certifications, must have them before hiring. CPR classes that meet DOH approval are here: https://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/outdoors/camps/cpr.htmFirst aid class list (TOP of the table ONLY – for residential programs) https://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/outdoors/camps/firstaid.htmDepending upon individual assignments, certification in areas such as American Red Cross Water Safety Instruction or Life Guard with Waterfront Module may be required. May be required to serve as Conservation Education Camp Health Director alternate if you have a New York State Emergency Medical Technician or higher level of certification, such as licensed practical nurse, registered nurse or physician’s assistant.Must have and maintain a current Driver’s License
- Environmental Specialist (New York City, NY)
Environmental Specialists are the backbone behind Triumvirate Environmental’s success. They are hardworking, quick on their feet, innovative, and customer service driven. Our customers are world-renowned life science, healthcare, industrial, and higher education institutions and our Environmental Specialists interface with them each day, serving as an extension of their own Environmental Health and Safety Departments. While Environmental Specialists begin in entry-level roles, they move on to serve in nearly every department within Triumvirate. Former Environmental Specialists are everywhere in the company including the consulting, sales, and operations management departments. The Environmental Specialist role provides you with hands-on foundational knowledge you need to develop as an environmental professional. Bring your hard work and curiosity to Triumvirate and build your career in the environmental services industry by joining our Environmental Specialist Team. To learn more about our entry-level opportunities and hear directly from Triumvirate employees, watch our "Life After College" webinar here.Responsibilities:Essential responsibilities and duties include:Manage hazardous and chemical waste programs for clients onsite following Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Department of Transportation (DOT), and other state and federal government agencies’ regulationsExecute onsite support services for the entire lifecycle of a hazardous materials management programs at client sites by performing chemical inventories, segregating chemicals, and shipping hazardous waste off-siteCharacterize, consolidate, pack, and ship hazardous waste for clients per RCRA and DOT regulations Train clients on proper chemical safety and hazardous waste managementPerform and document environmental health and safety audits for clients in their facilities and laboratories using Triumvirate’s ADVISE programDevelop an understanding of OSHA regulations as well as Triumvirate’s Health and Safety PracticesRespond to chemical spill emergencies by managing the containment, clean up, and disposal of hazardous materialsUpon completion of emergency response (ER) training, all Environmental Specialists will be on a rotating ER team; requirements include being on-call 24 hours each day for one week out of each month.Qualifications:Required qualifications:BS/BA in Environmental Science, Chemistry, Biology, or Safety and Occupational Health preferred, but all majors are welcome to applyValid driver’s licenseSubmission of college transcriptInterest in the environmental health & safety fieldAbility to work as a member of a team as well as an individualLeadership experience/potential Strong communication, problem solving, and relationship building skillsSuccessful completion (upon point of hire) of OSHA/DOT physical examinationPreferred Skills:Completion of 40 Hour OSHA HazwoperCPR and First Aid TrainingClass C Commercial Driver’s LicenseExperience in a customer service environment The requirements listed 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. Triumvirate Environmental is one of the largest environmental services firms in North America. Triumvirate provides leading institutions in the higher education, life sciences, healthcare, and industrial sectors with diverse services and advice to assist them with compliance management. At Triumvirate, we strive to WOW both our employees and our customers. Our unique culture fosters growth, development, education, and creativity. Triumvirate offers a competitive employee-focused benefits package which includes:Health, dental, and vision insurance401(K) retirement savings planTuition reimbursementPet assistance programGym membership discounts and health and wellness reimbursementsDiscounted movie ticketsAnd more!For further information on Triumvirate, our corporate culture, and our benefits package, please check us out and apply at www.triumvirate.com Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans encouraged to apply. Triumvirate is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and a drug-free workplace. Safety is a priority here at Triumvirate Environmental. To learn more about emergency response preparedness, click here to read our blog! Follow us on Instagram! @triumviratecareers