32 matches for industrial and labor relations specialist
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- Industrial Ecologists
Alternate Occupation Titles
- Industrial Ecologist
- Industrial Green Systems Designer
- Industrial Retrofit Designer
- Eco-Industrial Development Consultant
- Environmental Protection Specialist
- Natural Resources Energy Specialist
- SFA Compliance Specialist
- Substance Flow Analysis Compliance Specialist
- Apply principles and processes of natural ecosystems to develop models for efficient industrial systems. Use knowledge from the physical and social sciences to maximize effective use of natural resources in the production and use of goods and services. Examine societal issues and their relationship with both technical systems and the environment.
- Apply new or existing research about natural ecosystems to understand economic and industrial systems in the context of the environment.
- Build and maintain databases of information about energy alternatives, pollutants, natural environments, industrial processes, and other information related to ecological change.
- Conduct analyses to determine the maximum amount of work that can be accomplished for a given amount of energy in a system, such as industrial production systems and waste treatment systems.
- Conduct applied research on the effects of industrial processes on the protection, restoration, inventory, monitoring, or reintroduction of species to the natural environment.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of industrial ecology programs, using statistical analysis and applications.
- Examine local, regional, or global use and flow of materials or energy in industrial production processes.
- Examine societal issues and their relationship with both technical systems and the environment.
- Forecast future status or condition of ecosystems, based on changing industrial practices or environmental conditions.
- Identify or compare the component parts or relationships between the parts of industrial, social, and natural systems.
- Identify or develop strategies or methods to minimize the environmental impact of industrial production processes.
- Identify sustainable alternatives to industrial or waste-management practices.
- Plan or conduct field research on topics such as industrial production, industrial ecology, population ecology, and environmental production or sustainability.
- Plan or conduct studies of the ecological implications of historic or projected changes in industrial processes or development.
- Provide industrial managers with technical materials on environmental issues, regulatory guidelines, or compliance actions.
- Recommend methods to protect the environment or minimize environmental damage from industrial production practices.
- Review industrial practices, such as the methods and materials used in construction or production, to identify potential liabilities and environmental hazards.
- Review research literature to maintain knowledge on topics related to industrial ecology, such as physical science, technology, economy, and public policy.
- Translate the theories of industrial ecology into eco-industrial practices.
Detailed Work Activities
- Conduct research of processes in natural or industrial ecosystems.
- Develop sustainable industrial or development methods.
- Prepare information or documentation related to legal or regulatory matters.
- Research environmental impact of industrial or development activities.
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