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The School of Community & Environmental Health at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia invites nominations and applications for a Senior Lecturer in the Environmental Health Program (Undergraduate). The appointment is a 10-month instructional position available July 25, 2024.
Candidates are expected to market and build undergraduate enrollment for the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health, as well as serve as the Chief Departmental Advisor and coordinate all student advising and internship assignments for undergraduate students in the program. Teaching requirements include undergraduate level environmental health, occupational safety, and industrial hygiene topics.
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This position is responsible for developing and managing a cost effective municipal risk management program through effective budgeting and administration of the workers’ compensation funds, insurance procurement, risk analysis and loss control. This position exercises direct supervision over Workers’ Compensation, Safety and Property and Liability. Performs administrative and managerial duties to effectively manage the city’s overall Risk through the development, implementation, and coordination of the City’s worker’s compensation and safety programs. Responsible for the oversight of City property, liability, and casualty claims. Effectively manages program budgets and cost allocation methodologies. Develops and coordinates loss control and reviews insurance, bond, and indemnity provisions for City contracts, leases, and agreements. Provides strategic direction for the planning and management of the City’s worker’s compensation insurance programs. Ensures that appropriate and required safety training is available to all employees, and that the City is in compliance with all mandatory safety, risk management, and OSHA laws. Must exercise considerable initiative and independent judgment in all phases of work. Reports to the Assistant Director of Human Resources.’
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