Safety Manager Jobs in Bakersfield, CA

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The Wonderful Company - Shafter, CA (17 miles from Bakersfield, CA)
Here's what you'll do: The Safety Manager position will be responsible to ensure all Wonderful Orchards locations maintain compliance with corporate, state, environmental and WO safety standards....
30+ days ago
Panama-Buena Vista Union School District - Bakersfield, CA
Position Type: Support Staff Date Posted: 1/6/2020 Location: District Office Southwest Closing Date: 01/20/2020    Summary: Plans, organizes and facilitates a variety of programs to...
90+ days ago

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