Consultants possess the following abilities:

  • Comprehensive knowledge of OSHA regulations (29 CFR 1926, 1904, and applicable sections of 1910), associated letters of interpretation, enforcement directives, and memos
  • Familiarity with commercial, residential, and/or civil construction practices and procedures
  • Use of measurement devices to quantitatively verify compliance or non-compliance with regulations
  • Review a variety of health and safety programs, and identify programs that lack compliance with applicable regulations
  • Communicate effectively with clients’ employees and supervisors, especially in regards to unsafe acts observed while touring projects
  • Succinctly describe compliant and non-compliant observations via entry on a mobile device
  • Self-organize all scheduled and unscheduled work assignments, with travel, into a 40- to 50-hour work week
  • Efficiently complete assignments to generate acceptable hours of client-billable work; typically, 8 hours per day
  • Occasionally (10%) travel outside a 100-mile radius or stay overnight away from home

Consultants must possess a valid driver’s license and be eligible to work in the United States

Consultants must be physically capable of navigating active construction sites

Preference will be given to applicants with:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Safety (or a related field) from an accredited program, or
  • BCSP credential with three to five years of experience
  • Ability to conduct training sessions per applicable regulations (e.g. OSHA 10/30, lifts, lulls, or fall protection)
  • Fluency in Spanish

Company car, health insurance, life insurance, retirement match ≥3%, FSA, and a generous performance-based bonus program; dental and disability available at employee expense