Working at the Cal/OSHA means much more than showing up for a job. You will be able to work on programs that are vital to the health and safety of our community, work force, and the state. We recognize the strength in teamwork. We know that by encouraging collaboration and diversity, educating employers in best practices, and protecting the health and safety of employees through enforcement of the California Labor Code and regulations will benefit our economy as a whole. Be part of a team that prides itself in making a difference for Californians.
What will be the difference that you make for California?
Under the direction of the Program Manager with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), Division of Occupational and Safety Health (DOSH), Process Safety Management Unit (PSM), the District Manager has full supervisory and oversight responsibility of a DIR-DOSH Process Safety Management District Office without detailed supervision or review. The District Manager supervises, plans, schedules, directs, assigns, evaluates, and reviews the work of a multi- disciplinary staff composed of Office Support (e.g. OA, OT, and/or MST), safety engineers and industrial hygienists, engaged in the administration and implementation of the Cal/OSHA Process Safety Management program. The District Manager is responsible for the training, upward mobility, and maintaining discipline of employees under their supervision.
The District Manager ensures that the office functions and operates daily in accordance with DIR-DOSH directives, rules, policy and procedures and that staff promotes DIR-DOSH Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals. The District Manager sets priorities and evaluates performance of all staff and travels throughout the State.
Will also consider Temporary Authorization Utilization (TAU) appointments - Candidates that meet the minimum qualifications for the classification but do not currently have eligibility on an employment certification list by having taken and passed an examination may apply as a TAU. TAU appointments are limited to a duration of 9 months within a 12 consecutive month period. In order for a TAU appointment to become permanent, individuals must take and pass the related examination, and thereby become eligible from a certification list, within 9 months of TAU appointment.
Individuals who successfully obtain eligibility prior to the expiration of the TAU appointment will not be required to re-compete in a competitive process for permanent appointment to that position.
Primarily the work will be in an office environment working indoors 8 hours or more per day, sitting at a desk, in a chair, and in front of a computer screen, for extended periods of time; Using a multi-line telephone console or a cordless telephone with headset; Sitting for extended periods, during meetings, trainings, or workplace inspections; Perform repetitive hand motion, simple grasping, fine finger manipulation, pushing and pulling with right and left hands; Reaching (above and below shoulder level); Moving/walking and standing for extended periods of time, including but not limited to, on slopes, uneven, rough, wet, and/or slippery surfaces/terrain; Bending, squatting, crouching, kneeling, stooping and twisting. Some work will be at a field site that has the potential for exposures to safety and health hazardous substances, and may involve, working outdoors in a wide range of weather conditions (e.g. rain, strong winds, heat, and cold);move and transport up to 50 pounds of equipment or work related materials; Climbing up and down/balancing stairs, ladders, stoops, slopes; Dressing appropriately for working in the field, including proper use of personal protective equipment (safety boots, protective suits, hearing protection, respiratory protection, safety eyewear, hard hat, cooling vests, gloves, etc.); Have functional vision; Traveling via private, State vehicle, or public transportation (i.e. automobile, airplane, etc.) including overnight travel may be required.
You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.
Working at the Cal/OSHA means much more than showing up for a job. You will be able to work on programs that are vital to the health and safety of our community, work force, and the state. We recognize the strength in teamwork. We know that by…