Student Services Contractor
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention (OSCPP)
About the organization
Using sound science as a compass, OCSPP’s mission is to protect you, your family, and the environment from potential risks from pesticides and toxic chemicals. Through innovative partnerships and collaboration, we also work to prevent pollution before it begins. This reduces waste, saves energy and natural resources, and leaves our homes, schools and workplaces cleaner and safer.
Management and Administrative responsibilities will include:
• Developing innovative approaches for environmental protection and research.
• Analyzing of activities and processes related to 8(e) and FYI submissions.
• Maintaining records of meetings, correspondence, and action documents, and maintaining a system to track projects in progress.
Communications-related responsibilities will include:
• Assisting in the logistics and coordination activities for briefings, meetings, workshops, and other collaborative efforts.
• Assisting the team in developing oral presentations results and impacts using graphics and other interactive formats,
• Assisting in developing summary analysis documents of results and impacts 8(e) and FYI activities.
Individuals at least 18 years of age who have completed a Master’s degree, preferably in Environmental Science or Toxicology to assist with the analytical and administrative duties required to support and maintain a robust toxics program office.
$35.71 per hour
Contact email: [email protected]
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