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Greene County Public Health

Public Health Sanitarian or Sanitarian In Training

Qualified candidate will assist in the performance of inspections, routine testing and sampling duties in Environmental Health programs which may include but not be limited to: food service operations and retail food establishments, vending, schools, camps, swimming pools and spas, body art establishments, jails/institutions, housing units, sewage treatment systems, land septage application, private water/wells, water samples, solid waste disposal, construction and demolition debris landfills, refuse hauling and/or septage hauling vehicles, water hauling vehicles, vector control and rabies control; investigates foodborne or other illnesses and public health nuisances; collects water and effluent samples; performs routine tests according to established health district policy and procedures to enforce state and local laws, and rules and regulations. All health district employees have an emergency response role and may be expected to respond to threats to the public’s health in accordance with the Greene County Public Health Emergency Response Plan.

Ohio Registered Sanitarian-in-Training with valid driver’s license and own vehicle. Ohio Registered Sanitarian with valid driver’s license and own vehicle preferred.

Salary: $19.83-$35.71/hr. based on education and experience

Contact Person: Susan Martin, smartin@gcph.info

Posting Closes:  August 12, 2016

Position Posted:  July 28, 2016

Hocking County Health Department

SIT/RS

Seeking full-time Registered Sanitarian or S.I.T. Main focus will be in the Private Water and Sewage Treatment System programs. Will also conduct campground, swimming pool, manufactured home park, tattoo/body piercing facility, and resident camp inspections and investigate nuisance complaints, animal bites, and illness outbreaks.

Conduct inspections, issue permits, letters, and reports, provide documentation and input data, collect samples and analyze results, consult with the public and provide information and educational material.

Registered Sanitarian or S.I.T., Ohio driver's license, appropriate auto insurance, and own transportation.

Base pay for SIT $14.35/hr., RS $15.85/hr. 40 hours/week

Contact Person: Doug Fisher, Health Commissioner or Wendy Hanna, EH Director

Contact Info: dfisherhchd@gmail.com or 740-385-3030 Ext 233, whannahchd@gmail.com or 740-385-3030 ext. 232

Posting Closes: August 5, 2016

Position Posted:  July 18, 2016

Giant Eagle, Inc

Regional Food Safety Specialist - Columbus Ohio

Corporate Food Safety Specialists (CFSS) provide food safety training, coaching, and support to all retail (all formats) and Retail Service Center (RSC) Operations on Giant Eagle (GE) Policies, procedures and regulations relating to food safety.

Act as a recognized resource and single point of contact for food safety related questions, regulatory related issues, events, and 3rd party audits. The CFSS will be available as a Food Safety Subject Matter Expert in order to minimize risks that may lead to food borne illness outbreaks and to ensure compliance with regulatory and GE requirements and standards.
•Act as a liaison and active partner between Corporate Food Safety, Retail and RSC Operations on matters such as the execution of food safety policies, processes, programs, tests and pilots which serve to enhance the Corporate Food Safety Program. The Specialists will play a vital role in partnering with the stores and RSC's to ensure successful execution of these elements.
•Act as a liaison between Team Members and Health Inspectors when necessary to ensure regulatory compliance and strengthen partnerships between GE and the regulatory sector.
•Serve as a Test Administrator/Instructor for the Food Certification Manager Examination as scheduled by the Corporate Food Safety Training Coordinator.
•Perform review of pertinent documents (ie. most recent scorecard, 3rd party audits, internal audits, customer complaints and incidents) to evaluate performance and corrective actions. Review completion percentages on Tiers activities, Food Safety Theme, elearnings and food safety certification. This prepares the Specialists for store level visits and provides an understanding the history of the facility
•Serve as an active participant in the development of designated projects as assigned from the Corporate Food Safety Team. Due to their experience and working knowledge of store operations, the Specialists will play a vital role in developing a Best in Class Food Safety Program.
•Perform training assessments along with regular Tier - based food safety activities and assessments of all GE locations to ensure conditions are in compliance with and training occurs on FDA, USDA, State and local regulations and company standards and policies, communicate results as directed, and assist Store Leadership in the development and implementation of effective corrective action plans
•Assess and monitor all elements of the curbside express process including but not limited to warerooms and lockers. In additions, assess and monitor all elements of the home delivery program.
•Perform follow-up activities to ensure appropriate follow up and corrective/preventive actions have occurred on deficiencies found during assessments, customer complaints, incident investigations, 3rd party audits and regulatory inspections. Direct or advise key leadership on appropriate follow up and corrective/preventive action to deficiencies found during these events.
•Partner with Operations by providing direct support and follow up for situations requiring emergency response such as store fires, power outages, boil water advisories, natural disasters, food borne illness events, pest/rodent issues and other events as deemed necessary.
•Deliver Food Safety and Sanitation training during new store openings, major store remodels and newly assigned Store and Department Leaders. CFSS will conduct training to Store Leadership to ensure regulatory requirements are understood and maintained in order to reduce risks that may lead to food borne illnesses. Training will be also conducted to support changes in food regulations, changes in SOP's or as necessary.
•Through facility visits and training ensure compliance of Allergens and labeling by performing checks during assessments.
•Participate as a trainer during annual food safety training events.
•Perform effectiveness Checks on recall events that pose a health risk.

Bachelors Degree Science, Food Science and 1-3 years of experience.

Contact Person: Christie Leffakis

Contact Info: https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/asp/tg/cim_jobdetail.asp?partnerid=25171&siteid=5229&areq=68991BR

Pay Range: $60k +

Posting Closes: August 1, 2016

Position Posted: July 15, 2016

Clark County Combined Health District

SIT/RS

Primary focus is to protect public health by compliance inspections of food services, public swimming pools, schools, private water systems, and other environmental health programs.

Full-time position/$16.75 per hour. Must have bachelor’s degree in environmental health, biology or related field.

Candidates must confirm they meet the minimum educational requirements by visiting the Ohio State Board of Sanitarian Registration website at: http://sanitarian.ohio.gov/faq.stm

Contact Person: Jacquie Thornburg 937-390-5600 ext. 242

Posted:  July 15, 2016

City of Hamilton Health Department

Public Health Sanitarian

This is a responsible and difficult technical position enforcing the City’s public health and housing codes and regulations.

Duties of this class primarily involve both routine and complaint-based inspections of existing housing stock, food service operations, retail food establishments, food vending, school inspections, swimming pools, etc. Duties also entail issuance of compliance orders, citations; preparation for and providing evidence for court hearings. The position also involves conferring with tenants, property owners and business owners or managers.

Salary: $49,962 - $63,398 with benefits

To apply, persons must currently possess registration as a Sanitarian by the State of Ohio.

The scope of the examination will consist of an evaluation of relevant credentials and/or work experience, as evidenced by resume. Proof of RS must accompany resume. Interview of qualified candidates will be based upon quality of training, and experience in this field and will be individually scheduled. A background/credit check, drug screen and medical examination will be administered.

Qualified applicants must submit detailed resume with proof of RS in Word or PDF by 5:00 PM on Fri., July 22, 2016 to the Civil Service Dept. by email: cspersonnel@hamilton-oh.gov OR fax: (513) 785-7037. If necessary, application may be made in person or via USPS. Specify interest in PH SANITARIAN. 

The City of Hamilton is an EEO & AAE. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

Posted: July 15, 2016

Summit County Public Health

Sanitarian Supervisor (2 positions: 1 - Water Quality, 1 - Food Safety)

Supervises, trains and mentors sanitarian coordinators, sanitarians, SIT’s, support staff and/or seasonal staff. May be assigned to work in any environmental health programs. Coordinate and manage activities of the programs being supervised. Provide technical advice concerning environmental health laws, regulations and abatement measures. Testifies as an expert witness in court proceedings and/or attend administrative hearings. Seek out projects and grant funding sources. Participates in budget review, cost methodologies and budget formation.

Supervises program coordinators, sanitarians, SIT’s, support staff, part-time and intermittent staff.
• Coordinate and manage activities of the programs being supervised.
• Assure that staff is adequately trained.
• Mentors and supervises staff during field inspections and with their professional development.
• Provides training and technical advice to other sanitarians and promotes uniformity in the implementation of agency policies and procedures.
• Testifies as an expert witness in court proceedings and/or attend administrative hearings.
• Attends professional meetings for required continuing education credits.
• Ensure compliance with any outside agency specific to individual contracts as applicable.
• Participates in the budget review and formation.
• Expected to know how to calculate program cost methodologies.
• Performs job duties under the regulations, policies and procedures set forth by Summit County Public Health and outside agencies such as the County Fiscal Officer, Ohio Department of Health, and state and federal government.
• Provides technical advice to elected officials, residents, and the regulated community concerning environmental health laws, regulations and abatement measures.
• Participate in community or county based organizations.
• Attend county, city, village and/or township governance meetings or committees.
• Attend training programs to improve technical knowledge used in programs.
• Expected to seek out projects and grant funding sources. May be required to manage grant funded program.
• Performs any other duties as required for the efficient operation of Summit County Public Health.
• Maintains cooperative working relationships among public and agency participants.
• Mentor students as appropriate and supervise field experience.
• Employee has the obligation, set forth by the Summit County Public Health Emergency Operations Plan and within the scope of their employment, and will be available for emergency service during routine and non-routine hours of operation including 24/7/365 availability.
• Performs any other duties as required for the efficient operation of Summit County Public Health

Salary Range: P5 ($33.64/hr. – $40.37/hr.), 35 hr/wk

Qualifications
• Hold and maintain a State of Ohio Sanitarian Registration
• Depending on job duties, employee may be required to acquire special certifications/licenses including but not limited to: Licensed Pest Operator, Healthy Homes Specialist, Class I Wastewater Operator, ServSafe, Certified Pool Operator, etc.
• Demonstrated environmental health knowledge, organization and leadership capacity
• Minimum of five years as a sanitarian
• Valid driver’s license, liability insurance, automobile available
Preferred Qualifications
• Masters degree in related field
• Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, Access)

NOTE: Applicants may only apply through the Summit County Job Application Site at: https://jobs.summitoh.net/ Full posting details are also available at this address. Applications received otherwise will not be considered.

Contact Person: Keisha Price kprice@schd.org

Posting Closes:  July 21, 2016

Butler County Health Department

Registered Sanitarian

Full-time position available in the Environmental Health Division. Position requires knowledge of environmental health rules and regulations. Employee will be responsible for the implementation of various environmental health programs within the jurisdiction.

Performs inspections of food operations, public swimming pools, schools, and other public facilities and prepares reports which determine compliance with state and local environmental health standards. Performs environmental health testing and sampling as assigned. Investigates food borne illness and conducts educational presentations when requested. Will be required to play an active role in the event of a public health emergency, which may involve changes in responsibilities and working hours.

Position requirements include Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Health or related field which meets the educational requirements set forth by the Ohio Sanitarian Registration Act (ORC 4736). Current Ohio Sanitarian Registration. The successful candidate will need to be highly detail oriented, organized and dependable with proficiency in computer, communication, and multi-tasking skills.

Annual salary range is $34,000 to $47,063.95 plus benefits.  For more information, contact Jeffrey Agnew at butlercounty1770@gmail.com.

Position offering closes 7-7-16

Posted 6-29-16

 

Richland Public Health

Intermittent Sanitarian/Intermittent Sanitarian-In-Training

(Up to two [2] positions)

Shift Times:Hours vary based on the needs of Richland Public Health (RPH). May work early mornings, days, evenings, weekends or holidays.

General Statement of Duties:
Promotes and supports population health by conducting activities associated with Environmental Health Division programs. Promotes environmental health and sanitation control through inspections and enforcement of state and local laws and regulations. Conducts planning, training sessions, and administrative tasks associated with assigned programs.
* Sanitarian-In-Training functions under the general supervision of a designated Registered Sanitarian.

Required education, experience, training:
Bachelor's degree in Environmental Health and/or related field; or equivalent training.
Extensive practical experience in the environmental specialty(ies) of concern and program operation sufficient to allow the performance of job duties/responsibilities with a minimum of supervision.
Must maintain necessary certifications/licenses in the areas of specialty as stipulated by the State of Ohio to conduct program activities in accordance with all applicable rules and laws.

Additional Requirements:
Must be registered by the Ohio State Board of Sanitarian Registration as a Registered Sanitarian/Registered Sanitarian-In-Training.
Must possess current and valid Ohio driver's license, insurance and reliable transportation to carry-out professional duties.
Attend meetings and serve on committees, as requested/required.

Applicants are required to complete a formal application for employment and submit the completed application to:

Director of Human Resources & Information Technology
Richland Public Health
555 Lexington Avenue
Mansfield, OH 44907

Base pay is $19.91/$19.56*.
Deadline for physical receipt of completed applications: Until Filled
Equal Opportunity Employer/Provider
Visit our website: www.Richlandhealth.org for an Employment Application
NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE

Position open until filled.

Posted 6-28-16

 

Jefferson County Health Department

Registered Sanitarian

Under general direction of the Director of Environmental Health, the Registered Sanitarian assists or performs duties in Environmental Health programs.

Performs inspections, investigations, routine testing and sampling duties in Environmental Health programs which may include but not be limited to: food service operations and retail food establishments, vending, mobiles, temporaries, schools, camps, swimming pools, body art establishments, sewage treatment systems, semi-public systems, private water wells, water samples, solid waste disposal, construction and demolition debris landfills, municipal solid waste landfills, refuse hauling and/or septage hauling vehicles, vector control and rabies control; investigates foodborne or other illnesses and public health nuisances; collects water and effluent samples; performs routine tests according to established health district policy and procedures to enforce state and local laws, and rules and regulations.

Must be registered, or eligible for registration, with the Ohio Board of Sanitarian Registration as a Registered Sanitarian.

Must possess current and valid Ohio driver's license and insurance. County vehicle provided to carry-out professional duties.

Salary commensurate with experience.

If you would like to be considered for the position, please submit a cover letter, resume’, and application to:

Marc Maragos, Director of Environmental Health
500 Market Street
Steubenville, OH 43952 or email to: marc@jchealth.com

Position open until filled.

Posted 6-28-16

 

Columbus Public Health

Public Health Sanitarian-in-Training OR Public Health Sanitarian I

The Environmental Health Division of Columbus Public Health is announcing the following vacancies for two (3) positions:

PH Sanitarian-in-Training (1831) (Full-Time) (Environmental Health-Food Safety)
#501-00120-06052016

Requirements:

Possession of a valid certificate as a Sanitarian-In-Training with the Ohio State Board of Sanitarian Registration. Possession of a valid motor vehicle operator's license. Positions allocated to this classification may require conversational proficiency in a language or languages other than English. May be filled as a PH Sanitarian I.
Starting pay grade: $18.72 to $20.78 per hour

OR

PH Sanitarian I (1832) ( Full-Time) (Environmental Health- Food Safety) #501-00120-06052016

Requirements:

Possession of a valid certificate as a Registered Sanitarian with the Ohio State Board of Sanitarian Registration. Possession of a valid motor vehicle operator's license. Positions allocated to this classification may require conversational proficiency in a language or languages other than English.
Starting pay grade: $21.66 to $24.07 per hour

SIT - Entry-level position in the food protection program; Sanitarian I - Requires an RS and the duties in the program are more complex.  Interested parties should submit a cover letter, current resume, and any supplementary materials to the Human Resources Officer listed below. Deadline for submission is 7/18/2016.

Alisha Ardolino, MA
Human Resources Office
Columbus Public Health
240 Parsons Ave
Columbus, Ohio 43215
P: (614) 645-6046
E: aaardolino@columbus.gov

The City of Columbus is an Equal Opportunity Employer & Service Provider
For more information call 645-6046/T.D. 645-7041
or visit www.publichealth.columbus.gov

Position offering closes 7-18-16

Posted 6-27-16

 

Miami County Public Health

Sanitarian/Sanitarian-in-Training Two openings

Division: Environmental Health
Reports to: Environmental Health Director
Position: Classified, benefits-eligible based on hours
Hours: 40 hours per week, some weekend and evening hours
Salary: Range is Sanitarian-in-Training $17.53-$27.34, Registered Sanitarian $18.30-$28.38 per hour commensurate with experience and skills

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under general direction of the Director of Environmental Health, the Registered Sanitarian/Sanitarian-in-Training is responsible for rendering and managing general professional public health sanitarian duties in licensed facilities, homes, and other community settings; performs related duties as required.
Participate in public health emergency response as needed.
Position Duties:

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of a variety of public health policies and environmental health programs is expected. Environmental Health programs may include but not be limited to: food service operations, retail food establishments, vending, schools, camps, swimming pools, spas, body art establishments, jails/institutions, Smoke Free Ohio, school inspection, sewage treatment systems, land septage application, private water/wells, water samples, solid waste disposal, refuse hauling and/or septage hauling vehicles, water hauling vehicles, vector control and rabies control; investigates foodborne or other illnesses and public health nuisances; collects water and effluent samples; performs routine tests according to established health district policy and procedures to enforce state and local laws.

Ability to conduct inspections, communicate effectively in written and oral form; resolve complaints from the general public; prepare meaningful, concise and accurate reports; and use proper research methods in gathering data.
Position Grade/Number/Or Identifier:

QUALIFICATIONS:
Position requires:
• A Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university as approved in OAC 4736-8-01;
• A current and valid Registered Sanitarian or Sanitarian-in-Training License as issued by the Ohio Board of Sanitarian Registration; or ability to become registered as a Sanitarian-in-Training
• A valid Ohio driver’s license with own vehicle and ability to maintain a driving record that meets the insurability requirements of the District’s insurance provider.

If you would like to be considered for the position, please submit a cover letter, resume’, and application to:

Michele Bowman, RS
510 W. Water St. Ste. 130
Troy, OH 45373 or email to: mbowman@miamicountyhealth.net

Application can be downloaded at: www.miamicountyhealth.net – Employment Opportunities.

Miami County Public Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, religion, age disability or military status in employment or the provision of services.

Position open until filled.

Posted 6-17-16

 

Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County

Sanitarian In Training/Registered Sanitarian

Full-time position available in the Environmental Health Division, Bureau of General Services. This position requires knowledge of environmental health principles and practices. Under immediate supervision, employee is responsible for implementation of various environmental health programs within established geographic boundaries.

An employee in this class conducts inspections and re-inspections of food operations, public swimming pools, schools, transient accommodations, and other public or semi-public facilities and prepares reports which determine compliance with state and local codes and regulations; conducts field tests and/or collects various samples as assigned. Employee will investigate food borne illness and conduct educational presentations when requested May be required to play an active role in the event of a public health emergency, which may include changes in responsibilities and working hours. Applicants should submit an application, resume and a certified copy of college transcript. Position subject to criminal background check. Applicants who declare use of nicotine/tobacco in any form including replacement therapy products and prescription medications used to treat smoking addiction on the Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County Application for employment or addendum thereto, shall not be considered for employment. Applicants must submit an application for employment and related documents as detailed on Public Health's website: http://www.phdmc.org/about/employment-postings.

Position Requirements:

Sanitarian-in-Training: Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Health, or a degree in the Physical, Natural or Biological Sciences which meet the educational requirements set forth by the Ohio Sanitarian Registration Act (ORC 4736);.Valid Ohio Driver’s License and access to a motor vehicle;
STARTING SALARY: $17.78/hourly, $36,982.40/annually

Registered Sanitarian I: Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Health, or a degree in the Physical, Natural or Biological Sciences which meet the educational requirements set forth by the Ohio Sanitarian Registration Act (ORC 4736); Current Ohio Sanitarian Registration; 1-5 years experience as Sanitarian-in-Training; Valid Ohio Driver’s License and access to a motor vehicle.
STARTING SALARY: $20.12/hourly, $41,849.60/annually

Registered Sanitarian II: B.S. degree in Environmental Health, or a degree in the physical, natural or biological sciences which meets the educational requirements set forth by the Ohio Sanitarian Registration Act (ORC 4736); current Ohio Sanitarian Registration; 5 years experience as Registered Sanitarian I or graduate degree in environmental or public health; Valid Ohio Driver’s License and access to a motor vehicle.

STARTING SALARY: $22.77/hourly, $47,361.60/annually

HOURS: 8:00a.m.–4:30p.m., Monday-Friday. May include some evenings

Position open until filled.

Posted 6-14-16

 

Pickaway County General Health District

Summer Intern
The Pickaway County General Health District is seeking to hire a full-time paid summer intern working in the Mosquito Control Program under the Ohio EPA’s Mosquito Control Grant. Duties include but are not limited to performing mosquito surveillance activities, communicating with the general public, conducting presentations to general public or other agencies, writing reports, collecting data, analyzing data, communicating with other public agencies, working with equipment such as computers, data bases, emails, Microsoft word and excel, assisting in applying larvicide, and working in inclement weather. Work will be conducted exclusively in the Mosquito Control Program. This is a full time, seasonal internship position not to exceed 13 weeks starting mid July.

Performs mosquito population surveys as required for a county function in the field. Collects data electronically as required, manages data input and analysis as required. Interviews people in the community or performs telephone surveys.Works with staff to amend or create educational materials. Adheres to Federal, State, County, and Local ordinances. Responds to emergency situations.

Ideal candidate is seeking professional experience in a public health or environmental health related field, either holding or working towards a Bachelor degree or Master’s degree in Biology, Public Health, Environmental Science, Environmental Health, Epidemiology or similar field. Must have a valid State of Ohio Driver’s license and ability to provide own transportation.

Position pay is $13.00 - $16.00 per hour.  For more information, contact Kelly Dennis at kdennis@pchd.org or 740.477.9667 ext 227.

Position offering closes 6-27-16.

Posted 6-14-16

 

Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County

Air Pollution Control Technician I or Technician II

Full–time position available in the Division of Environmental Health with the Regional Air Pollution Control Agency (RAPCA). Under immediate supervision, employee is responsible for field collection of air pollution monitoring data and samples and servicing and maintaining air pollution monitoring equipment in a six-county area according to prescribed methods; acts as agency representative during federal and state audits of ambient air monitoring equipment; documents and tracks all work completed. This technical position involves hands-on operation and calibration of sophisticated electronic air pollution monitoring equipment and monitoring instrument programming, maintenance and repair. The equipment includes pumps, sampling lines, filters, motors, circuit boards and telemetry systems. Job tasks include climbing ladders, lifting and handling of delicate equipment and working outside in inclement weather. Skills include technical problem-solving, basic algebra, statistics, and use of hand tools. Successful candidate will have good written and verbal communication skills, as well as hands on electronic instrumentation experience and the ability to diagnose, troubleshoot and repair equipment. Employee may be required to play an active role in the event of a public health emergency which may include changes in responsibilities and working hours.

NECESSARY QUALIFICATIONS AIR POLLUTION CONTROL TECHNICIAN I: Associate’s degree in Environmental Science, Engineering Technology or related degree or a high school diploma plus two years of relevant work experience. Proficient with Microsoft Office Applications, personal computers, and other small hand held computing devices. Valid Ohio driver’s license and access to a motor vehicle.

NECESSARY QUALIFICATIONS AIR POLLUTION CONTROL TECHNICIAN II:
Associate’s degree in Environmental Science, Engineering Technology or related degree plus two years of air monitoring experience or a high school diploma plus four years of relevant work experience, at least two of which must be as a RAPCA Air Pollution Control Technician I. Proficient with Microsoft Applications Proficient with Microsoft Office Applications, personal computers, and other small hand held computing devices. Valid Ohio driver’s license and access to a motor vehicle.
Desired Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science or Environmental Technology.

Position pay is as follows:
Technician I - $16.11/hourly, $ 33,508.80/annually
Technician II - $18.70/hourly, $38,896.00/annually

For more information, contact humanresources@phdmc.org.

Position open until filled.

Posted 6-14-16

 

Licking County Health Department

RS/SIT

Must have ability to collect and record data, perform environmental health and sanitation inspections in a variety of settings to determine compliance with applicable codes and regulations, and communicate effectively. Valid driver’s license and good driving record required.

Must be registered, or eligible for registration, with the Ohio Board of Sanitarian Registration as a Registered Sanitarian or Sanitarian-in-Training. Graduated from an accredited college or university with at least a baccalaureate degree, including at least forty-five quarter hours or thirty semester hours of science.

Salary commensurate with experience.  For more information, contact Chad Brown at cbrown@lickingcohealth.org.

Position open until filled.

Posted 6-14-16

 

Greene County Public Health

Sanitarian-in-Training/Public Health Sanitarian

Assists or performs inspections, routine testing and sampling duties in Environmental Health programs

Performs inspections, routine testing and sampling duties in Environmental Health programs which may include but not be limited to: food service operations and retail food establishments, vending, schools, camps, swimming pools and spas, body art establishments, jails/institutions, housing units, sewage treatment systems, land septage application, private water/wells, water samples, solid waste disposal, construction and demolition debris landfills, refuse hauling and/or septage hauling vehicles, water hauling vehicles, vector control and rabies control; investigates foodborne or other illnesses and public health nuisances; collects water and effluent samples; performs routine tests according to established health district policy and procedures to enforce state and local laws, and rules and regulations. All health district employees have an emergency response role and may be expected to respond to threats to the public’s health in accordance with the Greene County Public Health Emergency Response Plan.

Minimum requirements include Registered Sanitarian-in-Training with valid driver’s license and own vehicle. Registered Sanitarian with valid driver’s license and own vehicle is preferred.  Position pay range is $19.83-$35.71/hour, based on education and experience.

If you are interested in being considered for this full time (35 hours/week) position, please submit resume and cover letter or application by 4:00 p.m., Monday, June 20, 2016, to:

Health Commissioner
Greene County Public Health
360 Wilson Drive
Xenia, OH 45385
(937) 374-5699 (fax)
smartin@gcph.info
AA/EOE

Position offering closes 6-20-16

Posted 6-14-16

 

Clermont County Public Health

Registered Sanitarian or Sanitarian-in-Training
Tired of just being a number? Clermont County Public Health is a great place for energetic self-starters that enjoy spending most of their day on their own working in a caring environment where their opinions matter. Striving to protect the public’s health by preventing the spread of disease and working with homeowners and commercial companies to educate and promote good health practices. We offer an attractive work schedule that starts at 8:30 am and finishes at 4:30 pm Monday through Friday with all federal holidays off, two weeks of vacation the first year of employment and a half hour paid lunch. It is also a stable work environment that is relatively unaffected by economic fluctuations. If this sounds like an organization you would like to work for, please read the following information concerning the requirements for employment by Clermont County Public Health. We look forward to hearing from you!

This is a full time a field position in the Water and Waste Division. Duties will include operation permit assessments, septic system installation inspections, complaint investigations, private water and other programs.

Minimum Qualifications:

• A B.S. degree that meets the qualifications for the Ohio State Board of Sanitarian Registration
• Be able to lift 75 lbs.
• Previous SIT registration preferred but not necessary
• Candidates must be willing to work outside
• Must have a valid Driver’s License

Benefits:

• Health, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance
• Public Employees Retirement System (PERS)
• Deferred Compensation Plans (Supplemental Retirement Accounts)
• Tuition Assistance Program;
• Paid Vacation, Sick Leave and Personal Leave
• Healthy Work Environment

Position pay is $34,000 (SIT) to $40,000 (RS).

All applicants must apply online at www.clermontcountyohio.gov, click on “How Do I?” and then “Career Listings” and follow the instructions for applying. Resumes and cover letters sent directly to the Health District will not be accepted, they must be uploaded through the website. For general questions regarding the position please email Robert Wildey, rwildey@clermontcountyohio.gov.

Applicants will be selected for interviews based on qualifications and the quality of resumes and cover letters. Successful applicants, upon a conditional job offer, must complete a criminal background check, pre-employment physical and driving record check.

Position offering closes 6-24-16

Posted 6-9-16

 

Williams County Health Department

Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
The Williams County Health Department is seeking applicants for an emergency preparedness coordinator.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to writing, reviewing and updating preparedness plans; collaborating with agency staff and community members to improve and promote preparedness plans; assisting in preparing and monitoring grants, and conducting/coordinating activities within the program area.

Qualified applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in nursing, emergency preparedness, education, environmental health, public health, biological sciences, or closely related field. Prior experience in public health and/or emergency response preferred. All candidates must have a current, valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

The Williams County Health District offers a comprehensive benefit package including medical, vision and dental insurance, enrollment in OPERS, and paid time off for vacation, sick leave, holidays and personal days.

The Williams County Health Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Only non-tobacco, non-nicotine candidates will be considered.

Send resume and cover letter by email or mail by 4:30 p.m. Friday, June 24, 2016 to:

Megan Riley, MPH
Director of Community Health
Megan.Riley@williamscountyhealth.org

Williams County Health Department
P.O. Box 146
Montpelier, Ohio 43543
Phone: 419-485-3141
Fax: 419-485-5420

Position offering closes 6-24-16

Posted 6-9-16

 

Paulding County Health Department

Sanitarian/Sanitarian-in-Training

Applicant must have a certificate of registration as a Registered Sanitarian or Sanitarian In Training issued by the Ohio State Board of Sanitarian Registration. Candidate must have a Bachelor Degree which contains at minimum 45 quarter or 30 semester units of science courses in biology, chemistry, physics, geology or mathematics. Position requires a valid Ohio Driver’s License, Auto Insurance and reliable transportation. Compensation is $18.00 per hour for a S.I.T. and $20.00 per hour for a R.S. This is a full time position of 30 hours per week. Please forward resume for consideration to: Paulding County Health Department, 800 East Perry Street, Paulding, Ohio 45879 or email to paulcohd@odh.ohio.gov Paulding County Health Department is an equal opportunity employer.

Position open until filled.

Posted 5-6-16

 

Kent Health Department- Portage County

Environmental Health Intern for Mosquito Control Program

Summer Employment. Primarily outdoor daytime work with some evening work required. Up to 24 hours per week Monday-Friday. Position runs from May 16th – September 2nd for a total of 16 weeks.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
Investigate nuisance mosquito complaints.
Inform residents of steps for mosquito abatement.
Collect or trap mosquito larvae and/or adults.
Apply pesticides to mosquito larvae when found.
Assist with larvicide applications (ditches, package plants, catch-basins, etc.).
Assist with adulticide applications as needed (parks, special events, tire piles, etc.).
Perform evening adulticiding treatments as needed.
Maintain accurate records of mosquito treatment methods.
Maintain and store equipment responsibly.
Complete other mosquito control related tasks as needed.

Qualified applicants should be pursuing a bachelor’s degree or a graduate degree in public health or a related field or be a recent graduate seeking practical experience in the field.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Must have a valid Ohio driver's license, in good standing.
Must be able to drive a full-size truck.
Ability to read and understand written instructions and maps, ability to add and subtract whole numbers, and understand the safe handling of pesticides.
Must have an understanding of basic biology or science, and be capable of learning to respond to questions and concerns from the general public.
The Environmental Health Intern assists in the operation of Kent Mosquito Control Program and must display initiative and follow through in completing tasks; be reliable, mature and adaptable; relate successfully with the community and coworkers regardless of their social, ethnic, or religious status; comply with agency objectives, philosophy and policies.

The Kent Health Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Position pay is $10.00 per hour.  Send email of interest with résumé to: j.smith@kent-ohio.org.

Position open until filled.

Posted 4-29-16

 

Ottawa County Health Department

Part-Time Seasonal Registered Sanitarian

Part-Time Seasonal position available for a Registered Sanitarian.

Responsibilities include performing inspections identifying compliance with state and local public health laws and regulations.

Applicants must possess a current Registered Sanitarian credential for the State of Ohio. Registered Sanitarian with 2 years' experience as generalist is preferred. Must possess a valid Ohio driver's license. EOE

Position pay range is $18.00 - $25.00 per hour.  For more information, contact Ken Sharkey at (419) 734-6800.

Position open until filled.

Posted 4-7-16

 

Sandusky County Health Department

Registered Sanitarian or Sanitarian -in- Training

Generalist position. Regular hours are 8-4:30 with some evenings weekends and holidays when necessary.

Will make inspections primarily in the Food Program. Some inspections in pools, campgrounds, nuisances and realties and others as assigned

Position pay is commensurate with experience.

Minimum requirements include Bachelor of Science degree, registered with the State Board of Sanitarian Registration, a valid driver's license with an available vehicle with current insurance.

For more information, contact Martha Bowen, Environmental Health Director, at
mbowen@sanduskycohd.org or 419-334-6372.

Position open until filled.

Posted 4-6-16

 

Norwood City Health Department

Registered Sanitarian/Environmental Health Director

Responsibilities include performing inspections; plan review; identifying compliance with state and local public health laws and regulations. Responsible for the following programs: Food Service Operation/Retail Food Establishment, Swimming Pools & Spas, Smoke Free Ohio, Rabies Control, Tattoo, Schools, Solid & Infectious Waste and Nuisances. Some Emergency Preparedness responsibilities. Programs are subject to change.

Must be registered with the Ohio State Board of Sanitarian Registration as a Registered Sanitarian.

Excellent benefits are available. City vehicle available for job use. Eight hour work day.  Starting pay is $24.66 per hour.

Send resume with references to Norwood City Health Dept, 2059 Sherman Ave., Norwood Ohio 45212 or to jtolbert@norwoodhealth.org.

Position open until filled.

Posted 3-31-16

 

Licking County Health Department

Public Information Officer

Promotes or creates an intended public image and information for individuals, groups, or organizations. Promotes and coordinates community and stakeholder engagement. Writes or selects material for release to various communications media. Coordinates volunteer recruitment and engagement. Participates in emergency planning, exercises, and response.

Position Duties:
• Distributes information to the public and media.
• Maintains website and social media postings.
• Coordinates volunteer and intern activities.
• Participates in public health emergency preparedness activities.
• Other duties as assigned.
For full job description visit www.lickingcohealth.org

Position Requirements:
Completion of Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Health Promotion, Public Health or related course of study or equivalent combination of training and/or experience.

Position pay is $36,562.50 per year.  For more information, contact Joe Ebel jebel@lickingcohealth.org.

Position open until filled

Posted 3-21-16

 

Richland Public Health

Sanitarian I / Sanitarian-In-Training\

We are currently seeking to fill up to two (2) 37 hour per week Sanitarian 1  / Sanitarian-In-Training position(s) for Richland Public Health.
 
General statement of duties:
Promotes and supports population health by conducting activities associated with Environmental Health Division programs. Promotes environmental health and sanitation control through inspections and enforcement of state and local laws and regulations. Conducts planning, training sessions, and administrative tasks associated with assigned programs.

* Sanitarian-In-Training functions under the general supervision of a designated Registered Sanitarian.

Required education, experience, training:
Bachelor's degree in Environmental Health and/or related field; or equivalent training.  Extensive practical experience in the environmental specialty(ies) of concern and program operation sufficient to allow the performance of job duties/responsibilities with a minimum of supervision.  Must maintain necessary certifications/licenses in the areas of specialty as stipulated by the State of Ohio to conduct program activities in accordance with all applicable rules and laws.

Additional Requirements:
Must be registered by the Ohio State Board of Sanitarian Registration as a Registered Sanitarian/Registered Sanitarian-In-Training.  Must possess current and valid Ohio driver's license, insurance and reliable transportation to carry-out professional duties.  Attend meetings and serve on committees, as requested/required.

Starting salary is $18.81 per hour for a Sanitarian 1 and $17.08 per hour for a Sanitarian-In-Training.

Applicants are required to complete a formal application for employment and submit the completed application to:

Director of Human Resources & Information Technology
Richland Public Health
555 Lexington Avenue
Mansfield, OH 44907

Equal Opportunity Employer/Provider
Visit our website: www.Richlandhealth.org for an Employment Application
NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE

Position open until filled.

Posted 2-8-16

 

Miami County Public Health

Director of Environmental Health

ACCEPTIBLE QUALIFICATIONS: Position requires State of Ohio Registered Sanitarian, Bachelor’s Degree in Science with 8 years of related work experience; Director is responsible for planning, directing, managing and overseeing the activities and operations of the Environmental Health Division. Need excellent communication skills and organizational skills. Position is full time 40 hrs per week. Pay Range is $26.36-$40.93 per hour. Knowledge, skills and experience will be considered in determining starting pay.

LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Must possess a valid Ohio driver’s license and maintain a driving record that meets the insurability requirements of the District’s insurance provider. Must be able to provide a private vehicle for job use.

EQUIPMENT OPERATED: Standard office equipment including computer.

WORKING CONDITIONS: Is exposed to possible injury due to unclean or unsanitary conditions; is exposed to possible injury from hazardous waste; has contact with potentially violent or emotionally distraught persons. Some early morning, evening and weekend assignments will be required.

Position pay range is $26.36-$40.93 per hour.

To apply, send cover letter, resume’, and application to:

Michele Bowman, RS
510 West Water St. Ste. 130
Troy, Ohio 45373 or email to: mbowman@miamicountyhealth.net

Application can be downloaded at: www.miamicountyhealth.net – Employment Opportunities.

Position is open until filled with first review beginning March 1, 2016.

Miami County Public Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, religion, age disability or military status in employment or the provision of services.

Position open until filled.

Posted 2-5-16

 

Meigs County Health Department

R.S. OR S.I.T.

The Meigs County Health Department (an Equal Opportunity Employer) is accepting applications for a full-time (35hrs./week) Registered Public Health Sanitarian (RS) or Sanitarian-in-Training (SIT). Applicants may submit electronically a resume and three letters of reference to: steve.swatzel@meigs-health.com. Job posting will remain open until filled. Position is available 2/16/16. Pay is commensurate with experience. Reference complete job description posted at www.meigs-health.com.

Responsible for performing field inspections of licensed retail food establishments (RFEs) and food service operations (FSOs) to enforce the Ohio Uniform Food Safety Code, and to protect the health of the public. Work may also involve investigation of complaints, risk assessments, and screening of potential clients. Position may be reassigned to other programs within Environmental Health as operational needs warrant.

Applicants must be registered with the Ohio Board of Sanitarian Registration as a Registered Sanitarian or Sanitarian-in-Training.  Applicants must possess a valid motor vehicle operator's license, a good driving record, proof of insurance, and access to reliable transportation.  Some evening and weekend hours required.

Position open until filled.

Posted 1-22-16

 

Richland Public Health

Plumbing Inspector 2

We are currently seeking to fill a 22-28 Hours per week Plumbing Inspector 2 position for Richland Public Health.

General statement of duties:
Performs technical work involving the examination of plans and inspection of plumbing installations for compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.

Qualifications:
1) Ohio Department of Commerce Plumbing Inspector Certification.
2) Medical gas certification preferred.
3) Knowledge of the Ohio Plumbing Code, plumbing standards (as defined by local, state, and federal laws and regulations), and relevant construction practices.
4) Any combination of a minimum of seven (7) years of experience in commercial plumbing design/construction/inspection which demonstrates a knowledge of the Ohio Plumbing Code, federal, state and local laws and regulations, and relevant construction practices.
5) An Ohio Motor Vehicle Operator's license.
6) Reliable transportation for travel and field inspections.
7) Previous experience working with the public.
8) Ability to read and interpret engineered drawings/blue prints; analyze and define problems; collect data, establish facts and draw conclusions; communicate clearly, precisely, and succinctly in written, electronic and oral form; prepare accurate and precise records; handle sensitive inquiries and contacts with public officials and the general public; deal with many variables and determine specifications/resolutions; receive and resolve complaints and concerns of citizens; understand, interpret and explain technical principles and instructions; attend meetings and serve as needed on committees.
9) Basic computer skills including experience working with e-mail, the internet and programs such as Microsoft Office.
10) Advanced math skills (fractions/decimals/percentages).
11) Must have reliable transportation, current Ohio driver’s license and proof of current automobile insurance.

Starting salary is $21.69 per hour.
Applicants are required to complete a formal application for employment and submit the completed application to:

Director of Human Resources & Information Technology
Richland Public Health
555 Lexington Avenue
Mansfield, OH 44907

Equal Opportunity Employer/Provider
Visit our website: www.Richlandhealth.org for an Employment Application
NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE

Position open until filled.

Posted 12-15-15

 

Cuyahoga County Board of Health

Environmental Health Interns - Vector Control

Assist Supervisor and Program Manager with applying mosquito larvicide and following up with residential complaints.

Responsibilities Will include but NOT be limited to:
1.Apply mosquito larvicides with various types of equipment to control mosquito populations as necessary at various field sites and residential complaints (using CCBH vehicle).
2.Prepare and maintain equipment and vehicles for daily operation.
3.Maintain accurate records of mosquito larvicide application and daily work activities.
4.Collect, sort and maintain accurate records on mosquito collections and mosquito larvicide treatment for data input.
5.Communicate effectively with the community to educate citizens on program goals, disease control and activities.
6.Other duties and responsibilities as directed by Supervisor.

NOTE: Regular attendance and punctuality are required. Summer interns planning vacations during this period should consult with CCBH prior to applying.

Minimum Requirements:
Currently enrolled as a full time college student, freshmen or higher (G.P.A. minimum 2.50). Current Ohio Driver License with no restrictions & valid auto insurance. Science-related majors preferred.

Position pay is $10.00 per hour.  For more information, contact Annie Dunham at adunham@ccbh.net or 216-201-2001 x1120.

Positions open until filled.

Posted 11-20-15

 

Cuyahoga County Board of Health

Environmental Health Interns - Water Quality

Assist program supervisor and program manager with obtaining water samples from outfalls and/or bathing beaches in Cuyahoga County.

Responsibilities will include but NOT be limited to:
1.Responsible for evaluating the overall water quality of sub watersheds located in the Lake Erie Watershed.
2.Perform monitoring and water quality sampling for Phase II Stormwater Activities for EPA designated communities.
3.Assist with macroinvertebrate sampling and sampling of other sites as requested.
4.Responsible for bathing beach monitoring and sampling at various locations in the county.

NOTE: Regular attendance and punctuality are required. Summer interns planning vacations during this period should consult with CCBH prior to applying.

Minimum Requirements:
Currently enrolled as a full time college student, freshmen or higher (G.P.A. minimum 2.50). Current Ohio Driver License with no restrictions & valid auto insurance. Must have own vehicle (mileage reimbursement for job related duties). Biological sciences related major. Lab experience preferred but not mandatory.

Position pay is $10.00 per hour.  For more information, contact Annie Dunham at adunham@ccbh.net or 216-201-2001 x1120.

Positions open until filled.

Posted 11-20-15

 

Conneaut City Health Department

Environmental Health Director

Immediate opening for Environmental Health Director to oversee the day to day operations of the Environmental Health Division.  Duties include:

-Conduct routine inspections of the Environmental Health Programs
-Attend Meetings as needed
-Ensure that all EH programs continue to meet state approval
-Attend Board of Health Meetings
-Other duties as assigned by the Health Commissioner

Candidate must be an RS with a valid Ohio drivers license, and must be a self starter and possess organizational skills.  Interested candidates may contact Sally Kennedy, Health Commissioner, at Sally.Kennedy@odh.ohio.gov.

Position open until filled.

Posted 11-4-15

 

Licking County Health Department

Public Health Sanitarian/SIT

Must be able to collect and record data, perform environmental health and sanitation inspections in a variety of settings to determine compliance with applicable codes and regulations, and communicate effectively. Valid driver’s license and good driving record required.

Position Duties:
• Inspect facilities for compliance with regulations.
• Provide education to the public and regulated entities.
• Collect samples for lab analysis.
• Prepare documents used in regulatory enforcement.
• Other duties as assigned.

Must be registered, or eligible for registration, with the Ohio Board of Sanitarian Registration as a Registered Sanitarian or Sanitarian-in-Training. Graduated from an accredited college or university with at least a baccalaureate degree, including at least forty-five quarter hours or thirty semester hours of science.

Salary is commensurate with experience.  For more information, contact Chad Brown at cbrown@lickingcohealth.org

Position open until filled.

Posted 11-3-15

 

Darke County Health Department

Internship

Inventory and monitor home sewage treatment systems and water systems located within Darke County. Educate homeowners on their septic systems and proper septic system maintenance. We will provide training.

Interns will learn about the different types of home sewage treatment systems, private water systems, and how to use GPS units to log coordinate positions. They will also learn about the Environmental Division and the different programs and services offered within the division.

College Sophomore, Junior, or Senior majoring in Environmental Health Science or related field. Individual must have valid drivers license, auto insurance, and dependable vehicle as individual may have to use their personal vehicle to drive to sites.  Pay is $12.00 per hour.  Contact Roberta Mangen at roberta.mangen@odh.ohio.gov.  

Position open until filled.

Posted 8-11-15

 

Darke County Health Department

Part-time Temporary RS/ SIT

The Darke County Health Department is accepting applications for a RS/ SIT. Must have a B.S. Degree from an accredited college and meet all requirements for RS/ SIT. This position may require working in all Environmental Programs. Please submit a letter of application and resume to the following address: Darke County Health Department, Attn: Roberta Mangen, 300 Garst Avenue, Greenville, Ohio 45331. Application deadline: Until filled.

The Darke County Health Department is an equal opportunity employer.

Position open until filled.

Posted 8-11-15

 

Jackson County Health Department

Director of Environmental Health

The Jackson County Health Department is accepting applications for a full-time Director of Environmental Health. Duties include but are not limited to: supervising, planning, developing, and conducting the environmental health programs and services of the Jackson County Health Department. The Director of Environmental Health is also responsible for calculating the fees and tracking expenditures for all environmental health programs and attends to other fiscal matters. This position represents the Jackson County Health Department on various community boards, and is responsible for community presentations regarding public health programs and services.

Successful candidate must be a currently licensed Registered Sanitarian in the State of Ohio and must possess a valid Ohio driver’s license. This position requires a minimum of three years experience providing environmental health services. Supervisory experience is preferred.

The Jackson County Health Department offers an excellent benefits package that includes: health and life insurance, paid holidays, personal leave, vacation and sick leave. The salary for this unclassified position will be based on qualifications and experience.

Contact Kevin Aston, Health Commissioner, Jackson County Health Department, 200 East Main Street, Jackson, Ohio, 45640 or email resume to kaston@jchd.us . Deadline for submission is July 31st, 2015 at 4 PM or until filled. The Jackson County Health Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Position open until filled.

Posted 7-21-15

 

Coshocton City Health Department

Director of Environmental Health

The Coshocton City Health Department has an immediate opening for the Director of Environmental Health.  Anyone interested please call Laura Roberts, RN, DON at 740-622-1736 ext. 112 or email a resume to laura.roberts@odh.ohio.gov.

The responsible employee would be responsible for all aspects of environmental health for the city including conducting inspections of restaurants, pools, and trailer parks, investigating health hazards and nuisance complaints, interpreting codes, ordinances, and state and local regulations. The RS also will be responsible for Rabies and Vector control programs.

This position requires an Ohio Registered Sanitarian’s (RS) license.  Compensation includes excellent benefits. Salary based on experience.

Position open until filled.

Posted 7-21-15