Occupational Safety and Health Program Analyst in Yorktown, VA at DCS

Date Posted: 5/13/2020

Job Snapshot

Job Description

The Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Program Analyst uses knowledge and skills in Naval OSH (NAVOSH) to apply principles, concepts and methods to develop and administer a long range program intended to ensure compliance with Chief of Naval Operations Governing instructions.

Essential Job Functions:

Develop long-range program to ensure compliance with Safety policies as outlined in OPNAVINST 5100.2.

Monitor required safety metrics to ensure compliance within the customer command and its subordinate commands and sites.

Identify, evaluate, mitigate, and minimize risks associated with Safety vulnerabilities. 

Serves as the Command representative at Safety meetings.

Required Skills:

Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.

Requires an Associate's degree plus 7 years of experience or a bachelor’s degree plus three years of experience.

An active Secret security clearance is required.

Working knowledge of OSHA rules and regulations.

Familiarity with the use of Enterprise Safety and Management System (ESAMS) software tools and applications to run day to day safety and occupational health programs and to record data for activities including: OSH training, mishaps, injuries, workplace inspections, OSH deficiencies, medical surveillance, respirator fit testing, and annual OSH self-assessments.

Experience with various data collection tasks related to Medical Surveillance, Bureau of Labor and Naval Safety Center data calls.

Experience providing input and supporting analysis of Operational Risk Management as it relates to NAVOSH policy and practices

Working knowledge of OPNAVINST5100.2 as it applies to development and implementation of organizational or enterprise OSH programs.

Must be proficient in the use of the MS Office Suite (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint) and other tools to develop required system program documentation and records.

Desired Skills:

Certified Health and Safety Technician (CHST) or Certified Safety Professional (CSP).

Direct, hands-on experience executing/administering OPNAVINST 5100.2.   compliant NAVOSH or safety programs.

Familiarity with Naval Munitions Command organization, mission and operations.