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ASSE’s Nexsteps.org Career Center Features Several New Job Posts, Career Resources

Posted in on Thu, Jul 21, 2011

DES PLAINES, IL (July 21, 2011) – From California, to Nebraska, to Virginia to Kuwait, employers are seeking occupational safety, health and environmental (SH&E) professionals to hire according to the 100-year-old  Des Plaines, IL-based American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE). Access to these job openings and more are available on ASSE’s free Career Center job board at www.nexsteps.org known as Nexsteps. Not only can job seekers peruse the electronic board for job openings and employers can post new jobs, but tips on how to find a job such as refreshing one’s resume and interviewing are also available on the site.

Currently, at the ASSE http://www.nexsteps.org/ career center, employers are seeking employees to fill several positions such as for a safety coordinator in Nebraska; an environmental health and safety/facility manager in Illinois; an Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) administrator for the Tennessee Department of Labor; a corporate group health and safety director in Alabama; a senior industrial hygienist in Ohio; a regional safety representative in Missouri; an environmental health and safety manager in Arizona;  a senior industrial hygienist in Virginia; a health and safety specialist in California; a safety and product recall manager in Massachusetts; a senior safety specialist in Rhode Island; a director of corporate safety in Texas; a safety engineer in Montana, and, a regional safety manager in northern California.

 

The nexsteps.org career center web page also features online tools exclusively available for ASSE members which include a mentoring network; links to other job posting sites; and, career advice, articles and resources in both English and Spanish. Topics such as ‘7 Green-Collar Jobs’,   ‘Keeping Your Online Job Search Safe’, ‘6 Success Strategies for a Bad Economy’, and much more are featured.

 

An occupational safety, health and environmental professional works to prevent harm to people, property and the environment by applying principles from engineering, education, psychology, physiology, enforcement, hygiene, health, physics and management. The safety professional uses appropriate methods and techniques of loss prevention and control and works in all industries worldwide. For a full description of what SH&E professionals do, salary information, education needed and more go to the free ASSE “Your Guide to a Career in the Occupational Safety, Health and Environmental Profession” at http://www.asse.org/newsroom/presskit/docs/ASSE_she_career_broch_FNL.pdf.

In addition, at ASSE’s June Professional Development Conference (PDC) and Exposition held in Chicago, ASSE’s on-site Career Services Center featured more than 100 jobs and resumes posted for attendees to review. In addition, several companies held on-site interviews.  It was reported that the center traffic was about the same as in prior years. Human resource (HR) professionals also provided free resume critiquing and mock interviews which was well received by the attendees. ASSE arranged for local HR professionals, who donated their time, to assist the SH&E professionals in the Career Center.   Many of those HR volunteers not only reviewed resumes sent in by ASSE PDC attendees and then returned and reviewed them on site with those candidates, but also did the same for ASSE members not able to attend the conference.

 

Founded in 1911 and celebrating its centennial, the 100-year-old Des Plaines, IL-based ASSE is the oldest safety society and is committed to protecting people, property and the environment. Its more than 34,000 members manage, supervise and consult on safety health and environmental issues in all industries, government, labor and education. For more information go to www.asse.org/newsroom.
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