|Description of Work Unit
Environmental Health Services is a professional multidisciplinary team. We promote environmental, occupational health, and safety services through education, consultation, monitoring and planning in response to present and future needs of CSU. To support the Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System policies, we will foster the partnership among the university, the community, and government entities.
This position reports to the Occupational Health Program Administrator, and provides services to the Occupational Health Program, and to the Department of Transportation (DOT) Program (administered by the Occupational Health Program Professional/DOT Administrator).
This position will provide administrative and coordinator support for the Occupational Health and DOT programs within Environmental Health Services. This position may at times be the first point of contact for these units with individuals, departments, and the overall CSU community. This contact can be with individuals of various personalities, socioeconomic status/backgrounds and situations, thus requiring a high degree of professionalism, customer service skills, attention to detail and confidentiality. This position will provide prompt, reliable and accurate services to the Program Unit leaders to ensure effective program functions with close supervision.
This individual will serve as the primary delegate for the DOT Program Administrator, maintaining all aspects of CSU’s DOT program, including but not limited to the DOT Drug and Alcohol Program, recordkeeping requirements, and assisting with updates of DOT Policy, procedures, and training to ensure DOT compliance. This position will conduct audits of DOT records, procedures, and department compliance with CSU’s DOT Program. The individual must remain well informed on regulatory requirements and changes as they relate to DOT operations at CSU, and provide recommendations for program changes, adjustments, and updates to ensure DOT compliance.
Technical and administrative Occupational Health duties, as assigned under the supervision of the Occupational Health Program Administrator, will include but are not limited to fit test support, maintaining calendars and follow-up for appointments, meetings, trainings, and clinics; recordkeeping, tracking medical surveillance and services, correspondence, compliance checks, analysis of various programmatic elements, and assistance with incident response.