SAFETY SPECIALIST / SENIOR SAFETY SPECIALISTSnohomish County PUD
SNOHOMISH COUNTY PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 1
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER OF MINORITIES, WOMEN, DISABLED, AND VETERANS
We are the Nation's 12th largest public utility, serving over 341,000 electric customers and 20,000 water customers with a work force of over 1,000. Our service territory covers over 2,200 square miles, including all of Snohomish County and Camano Island and is located just north of Seattle.
We are currently accepting applications for:
SAFETY SPECIALIST / SENIOR SAFETY SPECIALIST
Title and Salary Depending on Qualifications
Salary $63,882 – 120,200
Plans, implements, monitors, and maintains the District’s Accident Prevention Program. Acts as a liaison (with the delegated authority of the Safety Manager), with Federal, State and professional/technical/regulatory agencies and the public for the promotion of employee and public safety. Provides guidance on safety issues to District staff.
• Four (4) years progressively more responsible experience providing safety related training, inspection and program development; and
• Washington State Driver’s License
Senior Safety Specialist
• Six (6) years progressive electric utility experience that includes three (3) years in the high voltage electrical/maintenance field and directly related safety experience, with one (1) year in a supervisory/lead capacity;
• Washington State Driver’s License; and
• Successful completion of Safety Professional Certification within 18 months from date of hire.
• Electric utility experience.
• Certified Accreditation in Occupational Conservation.
• Certified Instructor in Basic First Aid/CPR/AED’s.
• Certified to conduct Audiometric Hearing Tests.
• Emergency Response to Hazardous Substance Training.
• Defensive Driving Certification/Instructor.
• Certified Safety Professional.
TO APPLY: Interested individuals should complete the online application and submit cover letter and resume at www.snopud.com under Careers by 11:59pm, August 3, 2018. A full job description is available at this site.
The PUD is fully committed to equal employment opportunity and its affirmative action commitments, and shall recruit, employ, advance in employment and compensate qualified individuals at all levels without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, creed, ethnic background, marital status, age (40 years or over), favorably discharged veteran or military status, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, the use of a trained dog guide or service animal for a person with a disability, HIV/AIDS/Hepatitis C status, genetics, or any other basis prohibited by local, state or federal laws; and shall not discriminate against any individual, nor any such characteristic. This policy has the full support of the PUD’s Leadership Team and CEO/General Manager.
Persons with a disability who need assistance in the application process, or those needing a job announcement in another format may call (800)833-6384; TTY Relay 711 or (800)833-6388; or Telebraille services at (800)833-6385.