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Cal/EPA: Environmental Justice Listserv
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE RESEARCH REVIEW
The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, in the California
Environmental Protection Agency (OEHHA, Cal/EPA), located in downtown Oakland
(near the City Center/12th Street BART station), is evaluating the application
of environmental justice approaches to hazard identification and risk assessment
of chemicals in the environment. This project's goal is to obtain
a comprehensive understanding of the extent of the available scientific
literature on relevant environmental justice issues.
The purpose of the project is to identify and evaluate how environmental
justice concerns have been addressed in the scientific literature. The
Graduate Student Assistant will be responsible for conducting literature
searches and obtaining scientific, toxicological and epidemiological articles
pertaining to this project, abstracting information from these studies,
and contributing to the preparation of a scientific paper for publication.
Current needs are to provide literature search, review and summary
of available information.
The project requires 10-20 hours/week, starting immediately, with the possibility
for full time work (40 hours/week) in the summer if desired. Salary
range is $12.75 to $14.50/hour, depending on qualifications.
Candidates should have experience in conducting scientific literature searches
(library and online). A background in public health, toxicology,
epidemiology, or related fields is desirable, as is a familiarity with
the issues related to environmental justice. Applicants must be currently
enrolled as students at the undergraduate or graduate level (preferred).
Please send your resume and a sample of your writing (preferrably with
literature citations) to adunn@... or by mail to Amy Dunn, RCHAS/OEHHA,
1515 Clay Street, 16th Floor, Oakland, CA 94612. If you have
questions, please e-mail or call Amy Dunn at (510) 622-3183.
Please direct all questions, comments, and concerns to adunn@....