A Program Manager position in the area of Agricultural Safety and Health has been posted to OSU’s job listings website. This position joins our team to plan, implement, and evaluate injury prevention educational programs, video vignettes, fact sheets, and displays for various audiences across the state of Ohio. The position will also coordinate educational activities for first responders involved in agricultural safety, rescue, disaster preparedness, and the Grain C.A.R.T. simulator. The person will conduct outreach with our Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Emergency Management Agency (EMA) program areas as well as conduct surveillance efforts with the Ohio Dept of Health to maintain the Farm Family Injury Database of Ohio. This position will serve as liaison with the Ohio EMA, Ohio Dept of Ag, USDA State Emergency Board, Drought and Flood Advisory Boards, Ingestion Zone Reentry and Recovery Advisory Group, and the Extension Disaster Education Network to implement programs, interpret policies, and procedures and services. Working as a team member, responsibilities also include maintaining our Ag Safety and Health Program’s social media presence, assisting with annual reports, technical papers, grant activities, and writing general press articles. Master’s degree or equivalent experience required.
For more information on this job posting, see the following link: http://www.jobsatosu.com:80/postings/69985
or contact Dee Jepsen, State Leader, Agricultural Safety and Health, firstname.lastname@example.org