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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

RGA is a privately-held company of experienced consultants who specialize in Industrial Hygiene, Health & Safety,Training and Environmental projects. We are always looking for talented and committed professionals to join our team. We have opportunities from entry level through senior level project managers. Among our core corporate competencies is employee development and we have a personally tailored training program and a clearly defined career path for our professional staff.

Successful candidates will receive a competitive compensation package that includes a robust benefits package.

RGA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please send resume and cover letter via one of the following:

E-mail to jobs "at" rgaenv.com
Fax to (510) 547-1983
Mail to: Attn: Human Resources
1466 66th Street
Emeryville, CA 94608

Thank you for your interest however, please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

RGA’S POSITION DESCRIPTION SUMMARIES

Industrial Hygienists

RGA has four levels of Industrial Hygienists ranging from entry level through Consulting Industrial Hygienists. We prefer candidates to have a four-year college degree in a science or environmental compliance field and up to five years experience. Diverse experience in the following areas is a plus: hazardous materials surveys including asbestos and lead; contractor monitoring and oversight; water intrusion investigations; indoor air quality; mold assessments; industrial hygiene; exposure monitoring; Phase I and II’s; safety and OSHA compliance audits; and safety training.

Responsibilities primarily include technical activities related to projects, including field work, data and sample collections, sample preparation and laboratory submittal, document research, contractor oversight and office work including preparation of draft proposals and reports. Each level requires additional depth and breadth of knowledge, experience and education.

Project Manager/Senior Project Manager

This position requires a four-year college degree in a science, engineering, or environmental compliance field and seven or more years of experience performing health/safety, environmental or industrial hygiene projects. Responsibilities include managing projects from initiation to completion which includes budgets; schedules; risk; quality; technical aspects; and coordination with client, staff, and contractors; providing technical guidance to associates on applicable regulations, industry standard practices, and company procedures; analyzing field and laboratory data and developing recommendations; preparing cost estimates, technical proposals and reports; providing senior review of deliverables; supporting sales and marketing efforts; financial control of projects; managing client accounts and daily operations; and supervision and management of lower level staff. Sr. Project Managers typically have either a CIH, CSP, PE or PG certification or have responsibility for managing a geographic region of the company.

Benefits

Because RGA outsources our Human Resources to Administaff (a PEO company) we can offer the benefits you would expect to find in an 80,000 employee company. All of your payroll records and benefits are accessible to you 24/7 where ever there is an internet connection.

After 90 days of full-time employment, you and your dependents will be eligible for medical, dental and vision insurance. RGA covers 75% of the monthly payment for your entire family. In most states you will have the choice of several plans including PPO’s and HMO’s. Disability insurance is employer paid and additional life and disability plans can be purchased by employees.

RGA provides five days of accrued paid sick leave per year. You can accrue up to twenty days of sick leave.

We offer two weeks company-paid vacation per year in your first year with the Company, eight paid holidays; three days of Personal Time Off (PTO); Family Leave; bereavement leave; alternative work schedules and other time off programs.

All eligible employees receive a minimum 3% 401K contribution to their account annually. Most employees receive additional contributions to profit sharing programs as well as additional cash bonuses.

Additional benefits include but are not limited to: adoption assistance; discount tickets to a variety of events and products ranging from movie tickets to computers; auto/home insurance and discounted wireless services; Employee Assistance Programs; and Optimum 24 Wellness services.