Environmental Health And Safety Intern Resume Example

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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -

Dedicated Environmental Safety Specialist seeking a challenging new opportunity to apply 5+ years of positive industry performance and support facility operations. Advanced knowledge of analyzing procedures and implementing improvements to promote safety and optional work environments. Resourceful and flexible with an excellent background in project management.

  • Cross-functional teamwork
  • Report writing and analysis
  • Process improvement
  • Staff management
  • Employee scheduling
  • Ability to prioritize
  • Vendor relationships
  • Team building and leadership
  • Public relations
  • Staff presentations
  • Inspections
  • Report preparation
  • Project organization
06/2006 to 08/2006
Environmental Health and Safety Intern Alamo Group Sanford, FL,
  • Organize and execute SPCC Mock Drills at all New England facilities.
  • Obtain water samples, prepare manifest for EPA and DOT regulations, and report findings.
  • Prepare packets for ISO 9000 and 14000 compliance.
  • Updated and modified record keeping for both electronic and hard copy records.
01/2008 to 11/2011
Program Manager Labur Professional Staffing Lowell, MA,
  • Aided senior leadership by collecting and analyzing data to generate reports for continuous improvement or corrective action planning.
  • Oversaw completion of productivity goals and educated employees on established Air Force and Department of Defense regulations.
  • Monitored program performance, gathered data and drafted reports to inform senior management.
  • Ensured all programs and projects were successful and effective, passed base wide unannounced inspections of program record-keeping or implementation.
  • Oversaw program budgets to ensure accurate accounting for all expenditures.
  • Managed all training in regards to staff development, change management and technical operations and controls.
  • Facility emergency preparedness coordinator, point of contact for all exercise and real-life deployment activities. Actively involved in the March 2011 earthquake while station ed at Misawa AB, Northern Japan.
02/2013 to 08/2019
Assistant District Staff Officer - MSEP Advanced Testing Laboratory Kansas City, KS,
  • Scheduled and coordinated training activities with active duty Coast Guard personnel to train Auxiliary members in Marine Safety programs to assist in program manning requirements.
  • Organize and Implement community outreach programs: Instruct boating safety and navigation. Distribute educational oil absorbent spill kits.
  • Organize and schedule marina inspections in the Maryland/Washington, D.C. area of responsibility.
  • Generate monthly safety reports.
  • Certified Auxiliary Pollution Responder, update command center of on-site findings.
  • Scheduled training between active duty and auxiliary members, increased base assistance and improved outreach education.
01/2015 to Current
Environmental Safety Specialist Montgomery County Public Schools City, STATE,
  • Developed and implemented preventative maintenance routines for over 200 facilities.
  • Develop RFPO'S and work with contractors on specific job assignment and duties. Inspect project completion to ensure scope of work was completed.
  • Update and keep current local bids for specific job specifications, work with vendors on meeting the needs of the organization.
  • Supervise a special team of technicians and mechanics performing heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) repairs facility-wide improving indoor air quality (IAQ).
  • Perform facility inspections for IAQ concerns and facility/grounds assessments, create relevant work orders for necessary repairs.
  • Coordinates collaboration sessions with different divisions and departments to improve the overall facility environment.
  • Monitors mold-related activities in all facilities, schedule bi-weekly/weekly meetings with stakeholders, distributes daily work order reports and provide updates, schedules and coordinates all remediation activities.
  • Created database for chemical Approved Products, ensure quick and easy access to obtain valuable information promptly.
  • Schedule team activities, including generating work orders and implementing specific daily work logs.
  • Collect and provide performance measures bi-annually, information collected is time on mission and number of HVAC units completed.
  • Coordinates and manages special/high priority projects kept track of progress progression and update management as necessary. Projects completed earlier than predicated and under budget.
  • Division of Maintenance union liaison, conducts monthly meetings with staff and management, and collaborates on improving working conditions.
  • Update asset information in Maximo, relay updated information to school administration, depot staff and building services.
Education and Training
Expected in 06/2007
Bachelor of Science: Marine Safety And Environmental Protection
Massachusetts Maritime Academy - Buzzards Bay, MA
Expected in 12/2014
Master of Science: Environmental Management
University of Maryland University College - Aldephi, MD
  • OSHA – October 2018, Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation
  • OSHA – October 2015, Authorized General Industry Trainer, OSHA 10- and 30-, Certificate 14-000079360
  • MCPS – August 2016, Supporting Services: Becoming an Effective Trainer
  • USCG Auxiliary- June 2015, USCG Auxiliary Instructor
    AM&M Inc.- March 2015, 24-Hour Mold Remediation Supervisor, License MRS03162015-1
  • OSHA- September 2014, OSHA 30 General Industry
  • USCG- July 2014, Auxiliary Assistant Pollution Responder
  • USCG Auxiliary- May 2012, Marine Environmental Education Specialist
  • Texas A&M- July, 2013, ICS-300 for Expanding Incidents
  • Texas A&M- August, 2013, ICS-400 Command and General Staff-Complex Incidents
  • USAF- February 2009, F110-GE-100/129 Engine Intermediate Maintenance
  • USAF- June, 2008, Aerospace Propulsion Apprentice, Jet Engine (F110) Course

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Resume Overview

School Attended
  • Massachusetts Maritime Academy
  • University of Maryland University College
Job Titles Held:
  • Environmental Health and Safety Intern
  • Program Manager
  • Assistant District Staff Officer - MSEP
  • Environmental Safety Specialist
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Master of Science

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