Health, Safety, and Risk Manager

Posted: Mar 09, 2018

The Global Education Oregon (GEO) Health, Safety, and Risk Manager is responsible for identifying, developing, implementing, and promoting best practices for supporting the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff while abroad on a GEO-sponsored program or GEO business. This position is also responsible for identifying and mitigating risk factors associated with GEO’s programming. The Health, Safety, and Risk Manager works collaboratively with all stakeholders (campus, domestic, and international partners) to support GEO’s short, medium, and long-term goals related to the health, safety, security, and risk of GEO students, faculty, and staff.

This position manages GEO’s health, safety, and risk mitigation program to develop and implement strategies to ensure operations and services are effectively administered and meeting University professional standards in the field. The Health, Safety and Risk Manager manages policies, procedures, and practices; develops materials and provides training to all GEO stakeholders; monitors and evaluates the effectiveness of policies, procedures, and practices for continued improvement; and facilitates GEO-related emergency and crisis response. This is an on-call position that must handle emerging, urgent, and emergency issues as they arise. This position reports to GEO’s Executive Director. The Vice Provost may also assign work and projects, per business need.

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