General Dynamics Information Technology Beryllium Program Coordinator in Richland, Washington
Clearance Level Must Currently Possess:
No Active Clearance Required
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain:
No Active Clearance Required
No Suitability Required
Environmental, Health & Safety
GDIT is currently searching for a Beryllium Program Coordinator that will provide support within the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Hanford Occupational Medical Contract (OMC). In this role the Beryllium Program Coordinator will provide coordination efforts for the OMC Beryllium Program and Beryllium teams. The role is located in Richland, WA.
Provides coordination efforts for the OMC Beryllium Program and Beryllium Team.
Supports maintenance and improvement to the OMC’s Chronic Beryllium Disease Prevention Program (CBDPP) as required by 10 CFR 850, the federal regulation mandating beryllium medical surveillance programs at the DOE sites.
Interprets federal and state laws, regulations, and orders as they apply to environmental, health and safety practices.
Implements policies and procedures to ensure that these practices are in compliance with the appropriate statutes and regulations, and that reporting requirements are met.
Develops and implements programs designed to increase employee awareness and knowledge of program.
Audits and evaluates current policies, procedures, and documentation for compliance with government laws and regulations. Interacts with beryllium stakeholders such as CBDPP Committee members, contractor beryllium health advocates; contractor environment, safety, and health staff (including industrial hygiene staff); Beryllium Awareness Group and other groups interested in beryllium issues.
Develops quality assurance annual assessment schedule for the OMC Beryllium Program and leads and/or participates in quality assessments to ensure compliance with requirements and continuous program improvement.
Monitors and coordinates updates for all beryllium-related forms and documents.
Responsible for ensuring designated beryllium related information Web sites are updated and accurate.
Performs quality assurance reviews of beryllium-related data such as laboratory results in medical record.
Supports the integration of industrial hygiene data with beryllium medical surveillance.
Creates Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, and Word documents for Beryllium Program staff members as needed.
May use other software as needed. Responsible for quality improvement studies, corrective action, and other improvement activities related to the Beryllium Program.
Participates/leads meetings and teams as assigned. Supports the Beryllium Associated Worker Registry Data Coordinator and associated responsibilities.
Adheres to and fosters acceptable health and safety practices. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Minimum 5 years’ experience with progressively increasing responsibility supporting key management positions in medical or in roles with program coordination responsibilities.
Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with management and stakeholders.
Demonstrated ability to exercise judgment/poise and to interact with diverse individuals from other organizations, including stakeholders, regulatory groups, and government officials.
Analytical and problem solving skills Good attention to detail and organizational skills to balance and prioritize work.
Knowledge and experience in Microsoft Office tools, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Outlook, and other relevant software programs.
Ability to maintain private and confidential information. Ability to meet established commitments, and adapt to change.
High degree of sensitivity to medical related issues and concerns in order to function effectively with all beryllium stakeholders.
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USA WA Richland - 1979 Snyder St (WAC020)
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