We are 3Flow (formerly Exposure Control Technologies), a Cary NC based industrial hygiene/engineering firm specializing in optimizing safety and energy efficiency for research laboratory clients located across North America.
We are currently accepting applications for the position of Laboratory Industrial Hygienist. This person will be responsible for leading technical reviews and assessments of laboratory facilities in addition to helping to implement programs, policies and procedures associated with recognition, measurement, evaluation, and control of potential health and safety hazards in the laboratory environment.
Our employees are outgoing, self-motivated and thrive on making a difference in a fast-paced consulting environment. Communication, written and verbal, is also critical to success. Overnight travel will be required.
We offer competitive salary and benefits and the opportunity to join an outstanding work environment.
For consideration, submit your cover letter, salary expectations and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (919) 319-4291.
Check us out on the web at www.3flow.com
We require a minimum of a BS in Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Safety and Health, Engineering or a related life science field and three years of experience, or any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
3Flow, formerly Exposure Control Technologies, Inc. (ECT, Inc.), was founded by Tom Smith in 1994 as an Industrial Hygiene Engineering firm specializing in safety and energy management for research laboratories. Tom brought an inventive mind and a rare educational background combining mechanical engineering and industrial hygiene to bear on solving the problems inherent to operating exposure control ventilation systems. These systems are essential in research settings for the protection of researchers, teachers and students who necessarily work with hazardous materials daily. These systems tend to be complex and expensive to build and operate. Laboratories use 10 times more energy than commercial buildings and 60% of the energy is consumed by the laboratory ventilation systems. Tom has dedicated himself and built his company around the purpose of helping laboratory owners and operators improve the safety, dependability and efficiency of their systems.