Health and Safety Project Manager


Microsoft's Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Team is looking for a team-oriented experienced safety professional to work at the Redmond campus. You will have the opportunity to work independently, help develop and implement a local health and safety program for the Redmond campus, and have a big impact directly on the employees you support. 


  • Prioritize work based on team objectives.
  • Complete projects with little or no ongoing support.
  • Establish and meet deadlines.
  • Collaborate with team members, clients, and other stakeholders.
  • Identify improvement opportunities for the program.
  • Facilitate program communications and provide regular status reports to your manager and other stakeholders.
  • Conducting risk assessments for job tasks.
  • Investigating incidents.
  • Assisting work teams to implement hazard controls.
  • Collecting and logging hazardous waste from hardware labs.
  • Maintaining required documents. 
  • Helping to administer OHS tools like SDS database, training database, and injury reporting process.
  • Participating in the Employee Safety Committee and helping to direct the Committee's activities to ensure good engagement from employees.


  • 8-10 years of experience in the Occupational Health and Safety field.
  • Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred.
  • Must have RCRA Hazardous Waste manager training or be willing to acquire it within 60 days after starting work.
  • Must possess strong cross team/group/org collaboration skills; ability to foresee and analyze project risks, develop risk management plan and mitigate subsequent issues. 
  • Must be proficient in analyzing data for trends, developing and executing effective professional communications, and adult learning.
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office and other Microsoft tools, or be able to learn to use them.

Teleion Consulting is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation