Building Code Analyst - Hazardous Materials

Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Experienced Engineering and Consulting


Code Unlimited, a Jensen Hughes Company, with offices in Portland, Seattle, Bend, and Denver is a fast-growing code consulting company that employs Architects, Engineers, Scientists, and Inspectors with multiple positions available in Seattle and Portland.

We have diverse and extensive experience with existing buildings and new construction in a variety of market sectors nationwide. Our client list ranges from notable architecture firms, to large government entities, technology industry giants, and prominent private businesses. The key to our success is our extensive code knowledge and the trust and respect of local authorities. While we offer unique design options to our clients and encourage staff at all levels to work directly with our clients.

We also have opportunities for growth for our employees by assigning projects that align with individual skills and encouraging employees to engage in challenging work. Employees can enjoy flexible hours to achieve work-life balance not typically seen in the design-construction industry. We treat our employees as valuable assets with a vast potential for personal and professional growth; offering mentorship and opportunities to exercise creativity, expand their technical abilities, and learn entrepreneurial skills at all levels of employment.


  • As a Code Analyst, you will be the subject matter expert on a team or a team leader developing code reports, classifying hazardous materials, preparing HMIS & HMMP reports, engineering judgment letters, alternate materials, and methods.
  • You will help develop compliance strategies and write code interpretations for complex code issues.
  • You will plan and execute internal training programs and quality assurance programs.
  • In addition, you will manage clients and participate in jurisdiction presentations.
  • Attend meetings and communicate with Jurisdiction on project related matters.
  • Prepare proposals, including budget and effort estimates, and participate in business development activities.
  • Other tasks as needed


  • Master’s degree in Chemistry or bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering
  • 3-5 years direct work experience in a chemistry lab, pharmaceutical facility, or chemical engineering design team
  • Knowledge of chemical reactions and process hazard analysis
  • Some knowledge of building code, fire code, food, or pharmaceutical regulations
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Strong verbal communications and task management skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Pharmaceutical and FDA knowledge preferred




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