All applicants will be considered; however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. Under the direction of the Staff Services Manager I, the Ergonomic Analyst performs the full range of staff and analytical work in the administration of Board wide health management programs including but not limited to the Ergonomic Program. Responsibilities and duties include but are not limited to: perform ergonomic evaluations in BOE’s Headquarters’, district and satellite offices; develop, maintain and present ergonomic training to BOE’s Headquarters’, district and satellite offices; develop and maintain ergonomic webpage on eBOE; develop, promote and maintain the Wellness Program; develop and write a quarterly Health and Wellness Newsletter; disseminate information to all BOE employees regarding the availability of the Employee Assistant Program (EAP); contact EAP to arrange Critical Incident Stress Debriefings; and, provide guidance to management on the process to formally refer employees for counseling with EAP. This position is located in a high-rise building. In order to be considered, you must respond to the supplemental questionnaire provided at the link below, with your completed state application. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the state application. You may mail or drop off your application Attn: Nicole Velasquez, MIC:20. Mailed applications must be postmarked by the final filing date. The duty statement is also viewable through the link provided below. Travel required 10% of the time. The position is located in a high-rise building. All applicants will be considered; however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
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