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Environmental Health & Safety Engineer
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Locations
Vandenberg Village, CA, USA
Experience Level
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Desired Skills
Management
PowerPoint/Keynote/Slides
Communications
Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree
  • 3+ years of experience in the design, development, and/or general operational oversight of environmental, health, and safety disciplines
  • Bachelor's degree in engineering with an emphasis in occupational health and safety and/or environmental engineering
  • Experience in both environmental and safety fields
  • Strong organizational and communication skills
  • Familiarity with confined space entry, fall protection, and industrial hygiene programs
  • Experience with interpreting, applying, and documenting federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations such as the SCAQMD
  • Experience with emergency response communication and incident management in incidents involving hazardous and nonhazardous material releases to air, soil, and water
  • Intermediate Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and Outlook)
  • Must be able to work overtime and/or weekends as needed
  • Ability to pass Air Force background check for Vandenberg
  • To conform to U.S. Government space technology export regulations, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) you must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected individual as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3), or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State. Learn more about the ITAR here
Responsibilities
  • Develop and maintain compliance with all applicable regulations and/or guidelines established by Cal-OSHA, Federal OSHA, NFPA, NIOSH and Vandenberg Air Force Base
  • Collaborate with department leadership to complete job hazard assessments and implement health and safety policies and procedures
  • Participate in both pre and post launch site hazardous operations
  • Monitor employee exposure to physical and chemical hazards, and develop recommendations for remedial actions when safety policies are not met by employees
  • Inspect facilities, machinery, and safety equipment in order to identify and correct potential hazards, and implement machine guarding when needed
  • Complete and maintain documented safety observations from regular hazard identification audits
  • Investigate industrial accidents, injuries, or occupational diseases to determine root causes, corrective actions and preventive measures
  • Develop and maintain compliance with all applicable regulations established by the EPA, CUPA, SBAQMD, RWQCB, CEQA and NEPA, and perform due diligence audits when needed
  • Review and interpret new and proposed environmental laws and regulations, and provide guidance to management
  • Maintain recordkeeping and compliance requirements established for permitted sources defined by the local SCAQMD
  • Responsible for hazardous and non-hazardous waste management
SpaceX

10,001+ employees

Designs, manufactures, & launches rockets and spacecrafts
Aerospace
Transportation
Company Overview
SpaceX's mission is to make humanity multiplanetary. The company is working on a next generation of fully reusable launch vehicles that will be the most powerful ever built, capable of carrying humans to Mars and other destinations in the solar system.
Benefits
  • Benefits and Perks - Our employees’ well-being is important to us and essential to our capacity to do extraordinary things. We offer a wide variety of programs to support the health, wellness, and financial security of our employees and their families.
Company Core Values
  • Make History - SpaceX has gained worldwide attention for a series of historic milestones. It is the only private company capable of returning a spacecraft from low-Earth orbit, and in 2012 our Dragon spacecraft became the first commercial spacecraft to deliver cargo to and from the International Space Station. And in 2020, SpaceX became the first private company to take humans there as well.
  • Reusability - SpaceX believes a fully and rapidly reusable rocket is the pivotal breakthrough needed to substantially reduce the cost of space access. The majority of the launch cost comes from building the rocket, which historically has flown only once.
  • Landing - SpaceX’s family of Falcon launch vehicles are the first and only orbital class rockets capable of reflight. Depending on the performance required for the mission, Falcon lands on one of our autonomous spaceport droneships out on the ocean or one of our landing zones near our launch pads.