Cal/OSHA Safety and Health Inspectors

Jul 12, 2018

Recruiting Cal/OSHA Safety and Health InspectorsThe California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) is hiring safety and health inspectors throughout the state. These are field positions that conduct compliance inspections in many different settings and consult with employers on a wide range of health and safety issues.Cal/OSHA inspectors describe their jobs as interesting and enjoyable. They report enormous satisfaction knowing they are helping to improve health and safety conditions in workplaces besides making a positive difference in the lives of working men and women. In addition, the State of California offers long-term job security and excellent benefits, such as medical coverage and a pension. See the reverse side of this sheet for more information about Cal/OSHA.Examinations are offered periodically for the classifications listed below. Candidates must meet the minimum qualifications, possess strong analytical and communication skills, be able to prioritize tasks and meet multiple demands and deadlines. Bilingual candidates and candidates with combined safety and industrial hygiene experience are encouraged to apply.CLASSIFICATION MONTHLY SALARY RANGE Junior Safety Engineer $5,098–$6,078, plus differential*Assistant Safety Engineer $5,837–$7,303, plus differential*Associate Safety Engineer $7,632–$9,547 Junior Industrial Hygienist $3,977–$5,179 Assistant Industrial Hygienist $4,659–$6,366 Associate Industrial Hygienist $5,632–$7,692*Junior Safety Engineers and Assistant Safety Engineers receive a recruitment and retention pay differential of$200 per month.For descriptions of these classifications and their minimum qualifications, visit For a listing of current exam bulletins and job vacancies in the Department of Industrial Relations, visit and click on “Browse Job Openings.”􀁸 To apply for an exam, click on the exam bulletin link for the particular job title that interests you and click on the particular exam ID. Then click on “ACCESS AN OFFICIAL COPY OF THE BULLETIN ON THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS’ WEBSITE.” Follow the instructions to complete and file the exam application. You will be notified of your admittance status at least 10 days before the exam date and provided with instructions on taking the exam. You must take and pass the exam before applying for a job with Cal/OSHA. If you pass the exam, you will be placed on an eligibility list.􀁸 To apply for a job, click on the job vacancy link for the particular job title that interests you and click on the job title link. This will take you to a page that requires you to either create a Cal Career account or login if you already have an account. Then follow the instructions to complete and submit your jobapplication.Cal/OSHA home page: August 2