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Conducts "management evaluation and technical review" activities to determine compliance with OSHA regulations and other standards/guidelines.
Develops and presents safety training programs curriculum (adapting various regulations and codes to the Smithsonian community).
Prepares the Smithsonian standards criteria, procedures, programs, and technical data related to occupational safety and health (adapting nationally recognized standards to the museum setting).
Assists with the review of drawings and specifications for projects under design. Inspects construction work sites and conducts acceptance tests of safety, health, and other preventative and protective equipment and systems at Smithsonian facilities.
Provides technical consulting services to all organizational elements of the Smithsonian including senior management officials, as well as other museum facilities nationwide and throughout the world.
Who May Apply
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This position is open to current and former Federal employees with permanent status or reinstatement eligibility. Individuals who are eligible for a special appointing authority may also apply such as applicants with a disability; former Peace Corps volunteers; certain military spouses; or individuals eligible under various programs for Veterans.
Additional selections may be made from this announcement.
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Males born after 12/31/59 must be registered with Selective Service.
GS-12: One year of full-time experience at the GS-11 level that is close or similar to the work of this job. The experience includes activities such as implementing and executing the requirements of a safety and occupational health program to include policy development, training and education, and compliance and execution of safety and occupational health regulations.
GS-13: One year of full-time experience at the GS-12 level that is close or similar to the work of this job. The experience includes activities such as implementing, executing, and managing a multi-disciplined comprehensive safety and occupational health program to include evaluating program requirements and needs, overseeing corrective action, developing program policies and procedures, supporting guideline documentation, and doing training.
Part-time and/or unpaid experience related to this position will be considered to determine the total number of years and months of experience. Be sure to note the number of paid or unpaid hours worked each week.
Qualification requirements, including one year time-in-grade at the next lower grade level for promotion candidates, must be met within 30 days of the job announcement closing date.
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What To Expect Next
At the end of the application process you will be able to create and save a PDF file that contains your responses to the assessment questions. You may save this file as initial receipt of your application. After the job announcement closes, you will receive an email from the Smithsonian with confirmation of receipt. The Smithsonian receives many applications for each job. Each application is reviewed carefully which may take a few weeks. We will send you an e-mail to update you as we go through phases of the application review process. You may also check your application status by logging into www.usajobs.gov and selecting the tab "My USAJOBS;" e-mailing email@example.com; or by contacting the Office of Human Resources Representative listed. Additional Information: