Jacobs HSE/Construction Safety Engineer in Moffett Field, California
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Jacobs is a prime government contractor providing facilities support services for NASA Ames Research Center. Ames is one of ten NASA field centers, located in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley. For more than 80 years, Ames has lead NASA in conducting world-class research and development in aeronautics, exploration technology and science aligned with the Centers core capabilities. Our support to Ames includes a broad scope of research and institutional facility related maintenance, operations, engineering, environmental and emergency services and construction. Join us at Jacobs in support of the exciting work being performed at NASA Ames.
The HSE/Construction Safety Engineer responsibilities include the application of Safety Standards that embrace a range of subject matters which align directly or indirectly with the safety and protection of Jacobs staff and subcontractors.
The HSE/Construction Safety Engineer position will report to the AFSS Sr. Safety Supervisor.
Supporting the Construction Project Managers in anticipating, identifying, analyzing and mitigating the job safety hazards that are relevant to construction projects, through Site Specific Safety Planning and/or through Corrective and/or Preventative Action or completed analysis.
The successful candidate will support the Construction Project Managers in understanding the significant safety, health and environmental aspects that are relevant to projects, in part will fulfill the role of the OSHA SSHO (Site Safety Health Officer).
The successful candidate will obtain the Fall Prevention Competent Person Certification within 90 days of hire. OSHA 30 Construction certification is required at time of hire and will become a condition of employment after hire.
The Successful candidate will be developed in Lifting Device and Equipment Management in support of the AFSS LDEM Alt.
Continuously evaluate construction projects to maintain an incident and injury free work environment while ensuring compliance with local, state and federal EHS regulations. Provides technical expertise and consultation during pre-job planning throughout work activities.
Conduct safety inspections, and document near misses, injuries, and accidents and participate in Emergency Planning.
Provides on-going communication to supervision and management concerning EHS program performance.
Actively demonstrate and further develop the Jacobs’ Beyond Zero Culture of Caring leading to an injury free and productive work environment.
NASA Ames is an industrial complex that will generate loud noises during operations, has confined spaces, and requires the use of LOTO for energy control. Work conditions will be indoors and outdoors. Will require the use of ladders (portable and fixed). Work activities may be on roofs, elevated platforms including scaffolding, or in underground vaults and confined spaces.
The successful candidate will work closely with federal employees and contractors.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Here’s What You’ll Need:
The HSE/Construction Safety Engineer must have a minimum of 5 years of HSE/Construction Safety experience performing duties in a construction environment. A bachelor’s degree in occupational safety and health is desired, but not required. American Red Cross adult CPR/AED/First Aid certificate is required.
The ability to use a computer. Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.) Experience with applications such as OneNote, Microsoft Teams and OneDrive will be helpful
The successful candidate will have a thorough understanding of applicable construction occupational health, safety, and environmental principles, and of local, state, and federal regulations. Working knowledge of OSHA, NFPA, EPA, ANSI related safety related regulations. Strong verbal, written, and presentation skills are mandatory. Experience working within formal EHS programs such as OSHA VPP, ISO 14001, OHSAS18001 and/or Quality Management Systems such as ISO 9000 program is preferred, but not required.
Work hours are typical day shift hours, Monday to Friday. Weekend and holiday work may be required. Overtime may be required. Travel may be required. This position will need to be onsite daily to support operations and routine tasks.
The successful candidate must be a US citizen or an authorized permanent resident. Must be able to obtain a NASA Badge and gain access to the facilities.
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