Safety Engineer – Federal Aviation Administration (Federal Jobs)



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Overview

Open & closing dates

Opening and closing dates 02/04/2019 to 02/13/2019

Service

Excepted

Pay scale & grade

FV I

Salary

$74,228 to $115,042 per year

Salary includes locality pay of 15.37%.

Appointment type

Permanent

Work schedule

Full-Time

Location

1 vacancy in the following location:

Oklahoma City, OK

Oklahoma City, OK

Relocation expenses reimbursed

No

Telework eligible

Yes as determined by agency policy

This job is open to

The public

U.S. citizens, nationals or those who owe allegiance to the U.S.

Individuals with disabilities

Veterans

Clarification from the agency

Also open to those eligible for 30% or More Disabled.

This job is also open in another announcement to:

Federal employees – Competitive service

Federal employees – Excepted service

Veterans

Announcement number

AAC-AFN-19-AMP100-60441

Control number

523278900

Duties

Summary

Serves as a safety engineer responsible for providing technical expertise in the application of safety engineering principles and implementation of occupational safety and health laws, regulations, policies, and practices affecting the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center (MMAC).

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Responsibilities

The safety engineer is responsible for the implementation of safety and health engineering policies and programs that embrace a range of matters directly or indirectly concerned with safety and protection of employee health. Performs multiple, varying, and complex assignments and plans the implementation of program and projects under limited direction and minimal guidance from the Division Manager or more experienced professional. Works as part of an integrated team to implement occupational safety and health program requirements. Duties include guiding, assisting, and advising MMAC management and employees on occupational safety and health requirements and initiatives mandated by the Occupational Safety and Health Act, Executive Order 12196.29 CFR 1960, and FAA/MMAC Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Policy.

Responsible for applying safety science, industrial hygiene principles, engineering principles, practical concepts, and processes to maintain a safe and healthy worksite; applying the hierarchy of hazards control and managing necessary protection measures; conducting occupational safety and health studies, surveys, inspections and sampling to obtain data used to assess the compliance of MMAC organizations with occupational safety and health regulations: conducting research for technical, scientific and regulatory documents to obtain information for safety and health program development; and recommending solutions to the MMAC OSH program; Performs various duties to assess work practices and conditions for hazards to the health and safety of workers; prepares compliance documents, technical reports for occupational safety and health work; identifies, analyzes, and recommends solutions for complex difficult problems; and makes recommendations for improvements to the MMAC’s Occupational Safety and Health Management System. Other specific program elements include:

  • Conducts comprehensive occupational safety and health oversight assessments, audits, and studies of MMAC activities and facilities to ensure compliance with FAA, Federal, state and local occupational safety and health requirements.
  • Reviews engineering plans and specifications for new construction and modifications to facilities for compliance with occupational safety and health standards.
  • Conducts special engineering studies of processes for the purpose of isolating, identifying and eliminating and/or remedying actual or potential accident and health hazards.
  • Plans, organizes and administers program management actions to identify, analyze, and evaluate a variety of occupational safety and health hazards which include ventilation hazards, noise hazards, chemical hazards, respiratory protection hazards, ergonomic hazards, indoor air quality hazards; thermal stress hazards, and radiation hazards.
  • Prepares reports of assessments and tracks completion of corrective action plans and develops and delivers presentations/briefings to management on assigned areas of responsibilities.
  • Plans, conducts or oversees sampling processes using various occupational safety and health instrumentation and equipment.
  • Provides oversight of occupational safety and health program areas (e.g. hearing conservation, industrial ventilation, radiation protection, indoor air quality, and thermal stress) and reviews personal protection equipment requirements.
  • Provides oversight of the MMAC occupational safety and health management system functions to ensure that they are effectively integrated with MMAC industrial activities.
  • Serves as a Government Technical Interpreter over various environmental, occupational safety and health (EOSH) contract positions.
  • Participates in the development of budget requests and provides briefings to management on assigned areas of responsibility.

Makes technical decisions with minimal guidance concerning implementation of MMAC occupational health program activities. Formulates solutions, policy and advises management for occupational safety and health issues……Read More>>>

 

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