At Personalis, we foster a friendly and team-based environment where we all pitch in to help achieve our common mission of transforming the development of next-generation therapies by providing more comprehensive molecular data about each patient’s cancer and immune response. Personalis offers competitive pay, benefits, many perks as well as opportunities to grow your career.

As an EH&S Specialist at our, rapidly expanding company, you will have the opportunity to both sustain and develop new EHS programs. You will also act as the internal EH&S consultant to provide cost effective, state of the art environmental and safety services to the Labs while maintaining compliance with applicable environmental and safety regulations.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the proper calibration of Industrial Hygiene equipment, perform environmental and industrial hygiene sampling and monitoring
  • Perform Phase I & II environmental Site Assessments and Remediation
  • Investigate and assess Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ); Prepare, process, and track analytical samples collected from projects
  • Routinely inspect and test safety equipment, hazardous materials areas, etc. to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and company EH&S procedures
  • Conduct health and safety reviews and audits of lab areas and provide follow up tracking of action items to ensure completion of corrective actions
  • Assist in the development of EH&S training programs and conduct training of staff
  • Consult regarding the management, disposal and documentation of hazardous and regulated wastes
  • Deliver required trainings for employees, including new-hires
  • Develop written compliance documents as required to maintain compliance with OSHA, EPA, CUPA, and other agencies’ requirements
  • Other duties as needed

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Science degree in EH&S or related area preferred and 4+ years of work experience Or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Experience in a regulated environment is preferable such as pharmaceutical, biotech or medical device industry
  • Able to lift 50 lbs. from ground level and wear a respirator and other appropriate PPE equipment
  • Though infrequent, applicants must be able to be on call for emergency response 24 hours a day for security or safety concerns

Personalis is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabilities. Personalis offers a competitive compensation package.

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