SITEX takes great pride in bringing professionalism to the industrial hygiene and safety industries. We believe that working with highly trained experts and continuously investing in new technologies helps our clients meet ever-changing challenges. With our “can do” attitude and company culture, we have earned a reputation for doing things right and in the best interest of our customers and those who work for them.
We invest in our employees so that they can continue to grow and better serve our customers.
SITEX offers employees:
– Industry competitive pay
– Flexible hours
– Continuous training and certification
– Hands-on experience
– The ability to learn from industry experts
SITEX is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
Join a growing team of safety and industrial hygiene professionals who are dedicated to helping our customers reduce risk and create cultures of safety on every site.
SITEX values the safety of all people on a jobsite whether they are our employees, contractors, or host employer personnel. Our team takes pride in the work they do every day and we are focused on helping employees develop their skills and competencies over time.
Whether you’re an experienced professional who has worked on turnarounds and outages or someone looking to start a career in safety, industrial hygiene, or emergency services, we want to hear from you.
Our goal is to help clients ensure that each and every employee has the training and knowledge to do their job right and safely.
We are dedicated to ensuring compliance while providing guidance around any and all industrial hygiene challenges.
We don’t second guess safety and our emergency teams help clients plan and act safely during any situation.
Certified Industrial Hygienist
The Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) provides consulting services, primarily related to industrial hygiene specialty areas. Conducts extensive research, data collection and evaluation and analysis to make recommendations to control customers’ source of occupational health risk, loss and/or costs. Knowledge to evaluate health and safety compliance programs within a variety of customer workplaces. Includes providing technical expertise and assistance for projects involving asbestos, lead, mold, indoor air quality, and other occupational health topics.
Industrial Hygiene Project Manager
The Project Manager (PM) must demonstrate superior leadership qualities, foster team cohesion, and mentor team members. The PM supervises, plans and coordinates all projects, regardless of size. The PM is responsible for determining project personnel needs, equipment needs, budgets, and timelines and for ensuring their adherence. May be required to perform environmental consulting in the field, as necessary. The PM must maximize efficiency and productivity on all projects. The PM must proactively spread the SITEX core ideologies and develop the staff through on-the-job coaching and through the support of personal development plans. Must demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills to maintain documentation of project progress.
Industrial Hygiene Field Technician
The Industrial Hygiene Field Technician performs services as required and directed by the Project Manager. This person will represent SITEX at job sites and possibly at project meetings. Perform industrial hygiene activities and safety activities as well as; on-site exposure monitoring (asbestos, lead, metals, etc.), on-site project oversight-management, on-site ACM sample analysis, project data entry, regulatory compliance, client and project progress meetings, visual inspections, facility inspections, and assessments. Maintain documentation for project progress to ensure the preparation of accurate, complete, and value-added work. Requirements will vary so the technician must understand his/her role for each project.
The Staff Scientist performs field and administrative services as directed by the Project Manager, including, but not limited to: Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), Phase II Soil Investigations, multiple Industrial Hygiene activities and Safety activities as well as; on-site exposure monitoring (asbestos, lead, metals, etc.), on-site project oversight/management, on-site ACM sample analysis, project data entry, regulatory compliance, client and project progress meetings, visual inspections, facility inspections, and assessments. Proficient written and verbal communication skills to maintain documentation of project progress and interact with SITEX personnel, facility owners/staff, and contractors.
Site Safety Supervisor
The Site Safety Supervisor oversees site safety at industrial sites. This includes safety training of craftsmen at the site, supporting clients in their safety compliance, conducting hazard assignments, implementing corrective action programs, PPE assignment, calibrating air monitoring equipment, and safety equipment inspections & documentation. In addition, the Site Safety Supervisor manages communication and tracking on the job site such as audits, daily and weekly activity reports, and incident/accident statistics. This is a position that requires a willingness to travel.
The Rescue Technician (RT-I & RT-II) must provide standby rescue services for client projects including confined space rescue and high-angle technical rope rescue. Primary responsibilities will vary due to experience, education, project requirements, and duration. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: assisting the lead rescue technician (LRT) with evaluating risks and establishing a rescue plan, setting up complex extrication systems, communicating safety concerns, working closely with plant and contractor personnel, performing confined space and rescue training in-house and for clients, complete hazard assessments and rescue pre-plans, inspecting rescue equipment and documentation, inventory control, performing job site audits and reports, PPE designation and assignment.