LOSH is currently hiring for the following positions.

UCLA-LOSH HazMat Trainer/Coordinator

The UCLA Labor Occupational Safety and Health Program (LOSH) is a university-based center providing training, research, and technical assistance to prevent work-related illnesses and injuries among workers in Southern California. For over 40 years, our center has collaborated with labor unions, employers, government agencies, and worker and community advocacy organizations to achieve its mission. Currently, our education programs reach more than one thousand English- and Spanish-speaking workers each year.

LOSH is currently seeking a HazMat Trainer/Coordinator to oversee our worker training initiatives related to hazardous materials handling, hazardous waste cleanup, and emergency response. The individual is responsible for coordinating LOSH’s program of quality courses that meet the needs of workers covered by OSHA’s Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) standard and related state and federal standards. Specific tasks include developing an annual calendar of course offerings; supporting course outreach and enrollment activities; coordinating with training site staff and consultant-instructors; maintaining training equipment and supplies; teaching select courses and/or modules; and updating course curricula and materials as needed. Individuals with extensive field experience in hazardous waste cleanup and/or hazmat emergency response and a passion for worker safety are strongly encouraged to apply.

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