EH&E is an employee owned company that provides businesses, agencies and institutions with innovative and cost saving solutions for their EH&S and engineering needs. We protect hospitals, schools, companies and governmental agencies against pollutants/contaminants such as mold, ensuring safety in the workplace. Headquartered in our aesthetically beautiful, green office in Newton, Massachusetts; EH&E is a recognized and trusted partner engaged with internationally renowned governmental agencies, Global 5000 enterprises, education, healthcare and research facilities.
At EH&E, we are on a mission to “protect and enhance lives and the environment everyday” Jack, McCarthy, President. In your role at EH&E, you will be inspired by a team of the brightest scientific and engineering minds in the industry. We are comprised of industry experts whose knowledge and expertise are greatly valued by our clients. As part of the EH&E team, your voice matters, and you will do important work that has an impact on the health and safety for people in their environment. Our industry is relevant—and our company is flourishing; you can be certain that you will always have room to learn and grow and be part of our success. We are proud of our team and the important work we do to ensure a healthy and safe environment in the workplace.
The Staff Scientist I will work with our biotechnology and research laboratory clients to provide support in the development and execution of consistent safety and environmental management programs. They will ensure compliance while improving the quality of safety and environmental management processes following established regulations, policies, standards, and practices.
The Technical Specialist II will operate in a professional research laboratory and biopharmaceutical companies. You will be responsible for the performance and monitoring of all lab safety equipment, carry out PPE fit-testing, lead and assist in the clean-up of hazardous spills and participate/lead in lab safety training according to federal, state, local government and company guidelines.
This position will provide program coordination at a hospital client site. The department manages the Joint Commission Environment of Care activities, environmental tours, manages the preconstruction risk assessment process and performs associated inspections.
As a part of EHE’s Commissioning team, as the Practice Administrator, you will provide support to the division’s technical staff by developing proposals, assisting in project budgeting, facilitating logistics and responding to ad hoc request for data to provide support for the division’s operations.