Occupational Health Coordinator II
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POST DATE 1/8/2016
END DATE 1/27/2016
Saint Louis, MO
JOB DESCRIPTIONJOB TITLEOccupational Health Coordinator II
JR000005533 Occupational Health Coordinator II (Open)
St. Louis, MO (Pharma) - USA032
St. Louis, MO
SUMMARY OF POSITION:
Responsible for advanced medical support of all aspects of plant wide potent compound production as well as assisting with patient care functions in the Medical Department.
1. Provide medical support at the ACLS level for those areas involved in potent compound production including laboratory areas.
2. Assist with daily activities in the Medical Department such as medical monitoring and care for work-related injuries.
3. Shift work is required and some overtime may also be required.
4. Daily maintenance of emergency equipment in all potent compound areas.
5. Assist in teaching First Responder classes.
6. Work with minimal supervision.
DEPARTMENT SPECIFIC/NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Other responsibilities as needed or indicated to include Emergency Response Team, Confined Space Rescue, Incident Command Responsibilities/Medical officer, and Decontamination.
Other duties as assigned with or without accommodation.
Education required/ preferred: Completion of Paramedic course and certification as a Paramedic in in the State of Missouri
Experience: Minimum of three - five years experience in Emergency Care and recent experience in advanced emergency situations.
Preferred Skills/Qualifications: Current license as a Paramedic level EMT in the State of Missouri
Current ACLS certification
Skills/Competencies: Microsoft Office skills (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Exceptional interpersonal skills and willingness to work in a team environment
Work as a team member in a fast paced environment
Other Skills: Minimum of 1 year teaching experience in emergency medicine
Must have exceptional interpersonal skills and be able to interface with all departments and associate levels. Flexibility to accept new duties as assigned
Will spend some time in an office environment with significant time spent in Manufacturing areas. Manufacturing areas are not climate controlled. During summer months, building exhaust fans provide ventilation. Chemicals handled include acids and bases, organic solvents, and inorganic compounds. Chemicals may have characteristic odors or hazardous properties that require special handling.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of employees assigned to this position.