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Hocking County Health Department

Full Time Registered Sanitarian/Sanitarian-In-Training

The Hocking County Health Department is seeking a full-time Registered Sanitarian or Sanitarian-In-Training to work as a generalist with main focus on the private water and sewage treatment system programs.

Under general supervision, the sanitarian will promote public health by conducting inspections and preparing reports that document compliance with state and local regulatory codes. They will also provide consultation and education to the public, investigate potential environmental issues, and collect samples for analyses.

Candidates must possess the following qualifications:

• Be registered by the Ohio State Board of Sanitarian Registration as a Registered Sanitarian/Registered Sanitarian-In-Training or possess a B.S. or B.A. from an accredited university with 45 quarter hours or 30 semester hours in the sciences.
• Have a current and valid Ohio driver's license, auto insurance, and reliable transportation.
• Possess basic computer skills and be able to work independently.
• Be willing to work outside and be able to lift 50 lbs.
• Ability to pass a B.C.I. background check and drug screening.

Salary is commensurate with experience.

Hocking County Health Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Tobacco/Nicotine Free Workplace.

For more information, contact Doug Fisher, Health Commissioner, at dfisherhchd@gmail.com or 740-385-3030 ext. 233.

Position offering closes 10-21-16

Posted 9-21-16

 

Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County

Sanitarian-in-Training or Registered Sanitarian

This is a full-time position assigned to the Office of Environmental Health. This position requires knowledge of environmental health principles and practices in the Bureau of Special Services Division of Environmental Health. Primary responsibilities are in the Rabies Control and Nuisance Abatement Programs. Under immediate supervision, employee is tasked with investigating and following up on animal bites, general nuisance complaints, and other duties as assigned. 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. Position subject to criminal background check.

Applicants should submit an application, resume and a certified copy of college transcript. 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 and Salary:

Sanitarian-in-Training: 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); valid Ohio driver’s license (agency vehicle is provided for field duties); ability to obtain Ohio Sanitarian Registration within 3 years after date of hire.

SALARY: $17.78/hourly, $36,982.40/annually

Registered Sanitarian I: 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; 1-5 years of experience as Sanitarian-in-Training; valid Ohio driver’s license (agency vehicle is provided for field duties.)

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 (agency vehicle is provided for field duties.)

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

Position open until filled.

Posted 9-20-16

 

Ross County Health District

Sanitarian in Training or Registered Sanitarian

Duties:

Inspection and consultation in the Food Safety Program, School Environmental Health and Safety Program, Pools and Spas Program, and Recreation Campgrounds Program; Investigation and follow-up of complaints involving public health nuisance conditions; rabies prevention investigations; water sample collection and reporting; participates as needed in the event of any public health emergency and performs other duties as requested by the Program Supervisor, Director of Environmental Health or the Health Commissioner. E.O.E. 

Qualifications:

Qualified candidates must possess a B.S. or B.A. from an accredited university with 45 quarter hours or 30 semester hours in the Sciences as determined by the Ohio Board of Sanitarian Registration. Or certificate of Registration as a Registered Sanitarian or Sanitarian-In-Training (S.I.T.) issued by the Ohio Board of Sanitarian Registration. Valid Ohio Driver's License, auto insurance, reliable transportation, ability to pass a B.C.I. background check, and a drug test are required.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Contact Person: Donna Atchison, datchison@horizonview.net

Posting Closes: October 1, 2016

Posted: September 19, 2016

 

Cuyahoga County Board of Health

Watershed Program Coordinator

Under general supervision, leads restoration efforts and addresses all issues related to the watershed including: land use development, flooding, climate change, climate resiliency plans, ecological health, water quality, wildlife habitat, and riparian stability. Assists in seeking grant funding opportunities, preparing grant proposals and writing grant applications. Collaborates with local, state and federal agencies, nonprofit organizations, individual citizens, land owners and other stakeholders to implement priority projects, facilitate steering committee meetings, and conduct community outreach & education events.

Position Duties:

May include, but not limited to:
• Identifies, manages, implements and evaluates watershed programs and projects in an efficient and compliant manner.
• Engages volunteers and volunteer organizations in watershed restoration work around the region.
• Provides leadership and facilitates the implementation of decisions and strategies agreed upon by watershed groups.
• Communicates regional strategies and projects to landowners and stakeholders.
• Prepares outreach materials, press releases, Power Point presentations and displays.
• Participates in program planning activities, and provides input regarding new watershed programming and/or service improvements.
• Assists in seeking local, state, and federal grant funding opportunities, preparing grant proposals and writing grant applications to secure funding from eligible sources.
• Participates in program budget development and assists in monitoring program and/or subgrantee budgets.
• Represents CCBH at community meetings, workshops and events.
• Arranges and conducts trainings and promotional events related to watershed programming.
• Represents CCBH as a participant at coalition and/or subcommittee meetings.
• Develops and extracts reports from databases (i.e., Enterprise, etc.) for delivery to internal and external customers.
• Performs other duties as requested and/or assigned by Supervisor or Director/Deputy Director.
• Participates as requested or needed in the event of any public health emergency.

Position Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in Geology, Hydrology, Land Use Planning or related field.
• Minimum of three years of watershed management experience.
• Valid driver’s license and insurance at time of appointment.
• Ability to efficiently multi-task on a daily basis.
• Strong knowledge of land use planning, watershed management and watershed restoration projects.
• Demonstrated knowledge of grant research & writing, and RFP processes.
• Strong relationship management and training development skills.
• Proficiency with map reading, geology, and hydrology.
• Proficiency with use of PC hardware & basic software (i.e. Microsoft office), email, and office equipment (i.e., copier, fax, scanner, telephone, etc.). Strong proficiency with Microsoft Excel.
• Strong customer service, verbal and written communication skills, and effective presentation skills.
• Good interpersonal relationship skills including cultural sensitivity & competence.
• Proficiency with use of databases and for data querying and reporting.

Salary:  $53,968

Contact Person: Ann Dunham, adunham@ccbh.net, 216-201-2001 ext. 1120

Application Instructions:

Forward pre-employment application to:
Human Resources
Cuyahoga County Board of Health
5550 Venture Drive
Parma, Ohio 44130
Email – hr@ccbh.net

Please print and complete the pre-employment application available on our website,
www.ccbh.net. Please attach your resume.

Date Posting Closes:  4:30 pm October 3, 2016 

Date Posted:  September 14, 2016

 

Cuyahoga County Board of Health

Grant Coordinator

Under general supervision, monitors and provides program set-up and implementation in alignment with grant specifications for assigned program(s). Monitors program activities and processes to ensure alignment with grant deliverables. Monitors programming activities and may assist in fiscal management of program budget(s) and/or subgrantee budget(s) to ensure grant deliverables and resources are provided fairly and responsibly. Assists in preparing the programmatic components of grant proposals.

Responsibilities:
Will include, but NOT limited to:
• Monitors and provides support to subgrantees regarding program quality improvement and achievement of program quality improvement goals.
• Partners with external stakeholders to assist with program implementation.
• Coordinates the acquisition of program materials & supplies and delivery of high quality services.
• Provides programmatic technical assistance to subgrantees as necessary.
• Assists with the establishment and maintenance of internal and external relationships.
• Facilitates regular meetings with subgrantees and other program stakeholders.
• May assist in monitoring program and subgrantee budgets.
• Participates in local and state-wide meetings related to assigned programs.
• May participate in strategic planning activities and provide input regarding potential new programming and/or service improvement.
• Represents CCBH as a participant at coalition and/or subcommittee meetings. Develops and extracts reports from databases for delivery to internal and external customers.
• Participates in quality assurance and improvement activities to foster a culture of quality improvement within the assigned service area.
• Performs other duties as requested and/or assigned by Supervisor or Director/Deputy Director.
• Participates as requested or needed in the event of any public health emergency.

Salary: $41,149.00

Minimum Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree in public health, public health administration, or related field.
• Minimum of one year of experience with grant administration or other related experience.
• Knowledge of grant research & writing, and RFP processes.
• Valid driver’s license and insurance at time of appointment
• Ability to efficiently multi-task on a daily basis.
• Good relationship management and training development skills.
• Good customer service, verbal and written communication skills, and effective presentation skills. Good interpersonal relationship skills including cultural sensitivity & competence.
• Proficiency with use of PC hardware & basic software (i.e. Microsoft office), email, and office equipment (i.e., copier, fax, scanner, telephone, etc.). Strong proficiency with Microsoft Excel.
• Proficiency with use of databases and for data querying and reporting.
• Mathematical aptitude necessary to assist in monitoring budget expenditures.
• Ability to preserve confidentiality of program records.
Preferred qualification:
• Ability to coordinate, develop, implement and expand grant related health care programs.
• Experience in developing and implementing quality improvement plans/strategies.
• Experience in HIV/AIDS related services.

Application Instructions:  Please print and complete the pre-employment application available on our website, www.ccbh.net. Please attach your resume.

Contact Person: Ann Dunham, adunham@ccbh.net, 216-201-2001 ext. 1120

Posting Closes: October 3, 2016

Postion Posted: September 8, 2016

 

Butler County Health Department

Registered Sanitarian/Sanitarian in Training

Two full-time positions available in the Environmental Health Division with full benefits. Full job description available at www.butlercountyohio.org/health.

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.

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.  Salary is commensurate with experience.  For more information, contact Jeffrey Agnew at (513) 887-5239.

Position open until filled

Posted 8-4-16

 

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

Position open until filled.

Posted July 15, 2016

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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