Occupational Hygiene Technician

(Band 1,2 & 3)

The Occupational Hygiene Technician is responsible for the below items:


  • Undertaking field-based activities including asbestos air monitoring, asbestos visual clearances and lead particulate air monitoring.
  • Collection of asbestos and lead samples following approved sample plans and industry-accepted methods.
  • Documenting field work for sampling, monitoring, and OH&S with attention to detail and data quality.
  • Completing fieldwork in a safe and controlled manner in accordance with Scaada field procedures, Health and Safety Plans (HASP) and Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS).
  • Field results in data entry.
  • Completing field and office-based reporting requirements and send to clients following approval from senior colleagues.
  • Ability to work autonomously and within a team and general business and administrative duties.
  • Completing lab works relevant to asbestos air monitoring.


The Occupational Hygiene Technician has the ability to work effectively in a range of challenging environments, problem-solving skills and providing a high level of service to all stakeholders is essential to the role.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to work well within a team, and autonomously.
  • Driving on a daily basis within regional and metropolitan areas of Victoria.
  • Excellent time management, and an eagerness to acquire new skills and meet new challenges.
  • Self-motivated to complete challenging field programs • Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite


  • A diploma in HSE is desirable.
  • Construction White Card.

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