Current Openings

Environmental Safety and Emergency Management Coordinator

Posted: Nov 27, 2017

Gila River Health Care is currently recruiting for an Environmental Safety and Emergency Management Coordinator.  Job duties include but are not limited to:

  • Visits and performs assessments to evaluate all GRHC properties/campuses/departments within the organization and provide feedback, reports and guidance to mitigate, reduce, or eliminate risks to people and property.
  • Responsible for the Hazard Communication Program including the process for Selection, Storing, Inventorying, Handling, and Disposal of hazardous materials, Managing and Monitoring hazardous gases and vapors, Safety Data Sheet Management, and all related staff training.

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Posted: Nov 26, 2017


ADEQ is committed to leading Arizona and the nation in protecting the environment and improving the quality of life for the people of our state. Our diverse workforce connects to more than just a career; we share a common passion to promote a cleaner, healthier environment.



At ADEQ our vision is to be the number one state in the nation in balanced, leading-edge environmental protection through technical and operational excellence; and radical simplicity for customers and staff.

We are seeking talented and engaged interns who want to develop beyond the classroom. Our interns shadow our subject-matter experts; working in the field for water and air sampling, attending compliance inspections, evaluating data for patterns in establishing pollution parameters, drafting reports and notices, everything we do – you will also do! Every day as our intern, you will help drive our agency towards accomplishing our vision. Do you think you have the combination of environmental passion, technical and creative knowledge, skills and abilities to help drive this agency to our vision? If so, apply for our intern position today!

As an Occupational Safety Intern in our Waste Programs Divisions, your main project focus will be assisting with various short duration projects to optimize our Safety & Health Program including:

·       Design and develop safety checklists and templates

·       Safety program review/update

·       Safety audits of office work spaces w/ training

·       Develop Safety Process Improvement Team

·       Update programs including HazComm, Lockout/Tagout, Hearing Conservation, HAZWOPER, Respiratory Protection


Compensation is at $15 per hour with no other benefits provided

It is up to the discretion of the respective school to provide academic credit.

Work schedule is part-time at no more than 19 hours per week

Hours can coincide with class schedule

Intern commitment is through end of May, 2018


You will bring the following to the internship:

·       Ability to follow guidance documents, standard operating procedures and other technical instructions in performance of tasks

·       Proficient in research of Safety & Health best practices

·       Proficient in MS Office

·       Ability to stay organized with multiple, prioritized projects

·       Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills

You will gain the following from this internship:

·       Knowledge of developing and implementing a Safety and Health Program

·       Applying regulatory requirements with common sense approach

·       Project management

·       Understanding of hazards employees are exposed to in course of work, whether in office or field


·       Intern candidate must be in their 2nd year or higher in obtaining an Associates or Bachelor’s Degree or working towards a Masters in Occupational Safety & Health

·       Membership in a professional association such as ASSE or NSC

·       Candidate must have a GPA of 3.0 or better

·       Candidate must have the right to work in the US without requiring sponsorship


Essential functions of all State ADEQ positions include:

·       Regular and predictable attendance, adherence to State of Arizona and other applicable Standards of Conduct, and any Agency specific policies, procedures and practices.


Today’s ADEQ has a strong foundation upon which to build its future. Success depends heavily on its committed and engaged employees. Ours is a culture of continuous improvement, embodied in the following 10 organizational habits known as The ADEQ Way:

1.     Evaluate everything we do for its impact on the mission.

2.     Hire only those who believe in our way and have a passion for their work.

3.     Train those who cannot, replace those who will not, and promote those who excel.

4.     Never hide a problem – respect others enough to be honest, even if the truth is uncomfortable.

5.     Do not blame, but hold each other accountable.

6.     Involve end users early and often when creating or improving services.

7.     Never stop asking why.

8.     Continuously design and redesign for quality and radical simplicity.

9.     Freely discuss, promptly decide, and totally commit.

10.  Do not fear failure.


Click the APPLY NOW button to submit your resume.

Arizona State Government is an EEO/ADA Reasonable Accommodation Employer.

All newly hired employees will be subject to E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification.

Having trouble applying for this position?

Email or call 602-542-4700 for assistance.

Internship With Saul Salinas Insurance Agency

Posted: Jun 03, 2017

AT Saul Salinas Insurance Agency, INC, you will be part of one of the four Elite Commercial Agencies in Arizona who specializes in Commercial Insurance with strong attitude from Small to Large Businesses in Arizona, California and Texas in understanding and enhancing their Safety Attitude. Be Part of our team and gain experience!
• Develop communication, business, and marketing skills
• Learn about and comprehend the elements of Workers’ Compensation
• Gain experience with sales
• Grow within a potential career
• Learn about the laws, rules, and regulations of employer’s safety procedures
• Comprehend the way in which Workers’ Compensation is calculated
• Recognize the importance of safety procedures and its relation to Workers’ Compensation
By understanding Workers’ Compensation, you will be able to prevent and avoid the risks in the workplace
• Assist agent with all necessary needs
• Answer phone calls if needed and transfer to others
• Develop and maintain all documents on file
• Make all booklets and packets needed for mailing
• Keep office space clean and tidy
• Make sure all files are stocked with papers needed for the mailed packets
• Shred all necessary documents in office
• Take informative notes
Key Competencies:
• Must have the following abilities:
o Excellent Communication
o Organized
o Self-driven
o Team-Oriented
o Professional
o Positive
• Turn in hours for school credit
• Use agent as a reference
• Successful interns may be offered Part-time or Full-time positions after completion

Please contact Saul Salinas

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