May 4, 2017

Join our Team

Current Open Positions at United Safety Solutions


At United Safety Solutions, we are always looking for qualified individuals to join our team.  Browse our open positions from the list of openings below and send us your resume.

 If you are interested in any of our open positions, feel free to email a current copy of your resume to info@unitedsafetysolutions.com or fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page.

Thank you for your interest in United Safety Solutions.

The USS Team

Assessment Specialist

Summary of Job

The Assessment Specialist will be responsible for conducting job site audits and analysis to ensure Federal Safety Compliance.

Responsibilities

  • Conduct pre-assessment research regarding client's specific needs.
  • Thoroughly tour job site and audit safety documentation to assess Federal Safety Compliance.
  • Document findings accurately following USS guidelines.

USS MSHA Instructor

Summary of Job

The MSHA Safety Instructor will be responsible for training MSHA Part 46 and Part 48 New Miner and Refresher Safety Training Courses in a classroom setting.

Responsibilities

  • Classroom Set Up and Take Down
  • Transportation to and from all classes as well as room accommodations for classes that necessitate overnight travel.
  • Maintain all Expense Reports for travel and training.

Marketing Content Coordinator

Summary of Job

This is a part-time position with work-from-home options and flexible hours.

Responsibilities

  • Plan, develop, and implement educational materials for instructor-led and online MSHA and OSHA required coursed.
  • Develop and implement strategic marketing plan that adheres to USS brand guidelines and supports overall marketing objectives.
  • Develop marketing materials for classes, tradeshow exhibits, and events.

Submit Resume

You can use the following form to submit your resume for one of our open positions. Please indicate the position you are interested in as well as any experience you have with Federal Regulations such as MSHA and/or OSHA. Thank you.