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Paulding County Health Department

Environmental Health Director

Applicant must have a certificate of registration as a Registered Sanitarian issued by the Ohio State Board of Sanitarian Registration. Position requires a valid Ohio Driver’s License, Auto Insurance and reliable transportation. Compensation is $22.00 per hour for this full time position of 35 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 10-1-14

 

Toledo-Lucas County Health Department

Community Resource Planner

The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department is looking to fill the job for a Community Resource Planner.  Applicants looking to fill this position are responsible for the management and coordination of the Health Department's response to emerging issues affecting Lucas County residents, updating agency disaster response plans, planning and implementing preparedness exercises, training staff in disaster preparedness, community outreach, and other duties associated with the position.

Position Requirements:

Possession of A Bachelor's of Science and/or disaster management or other related field
Should have experience and be knowledgeable in:
--The Practices of disaster management & preparedness, as well as anti-bioterrorism procedures
--Incident Command Structures
--Understanding of Strategic National Stockpile planning and implementation
A valid OH/MI driver's license and reliable transportation are required

Preferred Qualifications: Masters' of Public Health or related field

Pay range for this position is $19.31 - $25.65 per hour.  For more information, contact Mary Frank at frankm@co.lucas.oh.us or 419-213-4018.

Position open until filled

Posted 9-11-14

 

Warren County Combined Health District

Environmental Health Director

The Environmental Health Director plans, directs and coordinates all Environmental Health Programs for the Warren County Combined Health District. Establishes and enforces policies and procedures. Conducts inspections and consultations related to environmental health licensing and the enforcement of environmental health regulations. Serves as an informational resource within the community on the subject of environmental health. Provides supervision, consultation, training, and technical advice to subordinate personnel under direct supervision from the Health Commissioner. Provides leadership and support in planning for and during a public health emergency. Responsible for responding to environmental health type emergency calls, including 24 hour on call coverage. Informs the Board of Health of activities and current issues. Assist Health Commissioner with job related duties as requested. Full job description available for review at www.wcchd.com under Employment Opportunities.

Position requirements include B.S. Degree in environmental health or related science (biology, chemistry, etc.); Master’s degree in Public Health or related environmental degree is preferred; certificate of registration as Sanitarian issued by Ohio Board of Sanitarian Registration in accordance with Chapter 4736 of the Ohio Revised Code; 5 years’ related experience, including experience in program management or supervision preferred; the ability to independently perform all environmental health duties; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience; valid Ohio driver’s license and an acceptable driving record.

Position pay range is $59,446.40 - $72,831.20 depending upon experience.  For more infomration, contact Duane Stansbury at dstansbury@wcchd.com

Position open until filled

Posted 9-10-14

 

Toledo-Lucas County Health Department

Marketing/Public Information Coordinator

The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department is seeking a full-time Marketing/PIO Coordinator.  Marketing/PIO Coordinator will be responsible for marketing and training of Health Department services; formulate partnerships on a local, regional, state, and national level; develop press releases; present to large audiences; and prepare/oversee reports, correspondence, and other related material. The coordinator must have a minimum of a bachelor's degree in marketing, communications, public health, or related field with strong computer skills. Ability to travel required (25%). Public health preparedness experience a plus. Special consideration will be given to candidates fluent in Spanish. Salary range for this position is $22.00 - $33.00 per hour.  Send resume to: Toledo-Lucas County Health Department, Attn: Mary Frank, 635 N. Erie Street, Toledo. OH 43604.

Position open until filled.

Posted 9-8-14

 

Zanesville-Muskingum County Health Department

Director of Environmental Health

Position Duties: 

• Responsible to the Health Commissioner and Board of Health for recommendations, development and the supervision of policies, procedures and administrative rules necessary for the efficient operation of environmental health programs and services.
• Plans, coordinates, and evaluates environmental health programs consistent with the agency’s strategic plan, mission, and vision; interprets and ensures compliance with statutes and regulations that impact environmental health.
• Develops and monitors the environmental health division budget.
• Performs supervisory functions including staffing, training, and orienting new hires. Assigns, reviews, and directs work; evaluates performance, initiates disciplinary actions, and responds to concerns as they relate to the staff in the environmental health division.
• Informs the Board of Health of activities and current issues.
• Participates in community projects representing the agency to assure public health needs are addressed.
• Responsible for responding to environmental health type emergency calls, including 24 hour on call coverage. Provides technical information and support to agencies and the community during public health emergencies.
• Perform other related duties as assigned or requested

Position Requirements:

• Current registration with the Ohio Board of Sanitarian Registration with a Master’s degree in Environmental Health, Public Health, or related field required
• Minimum of ten (10) years of experience of increasingly responsible experience in environmental health or related field involving public health program development and administration
• A minimum of five (5) years experience in the following areas; management/supervision, budgeting, fiscal management, program planning and evaluation, research, and public speaking
• Proficient computer skills (MS Office, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
• Valid Ohio Driver’s License
• Non-tobacco user

Pay range for this position is $26.00 - $36.40 per hour.  For more information, contact Dedra Parsons at dedrap@zmchd.org.  

Position offering closes 11-19-14

Posted 8-22-14

 

Kent State University

Environmental Health and Safety Specialist

This position offers an opportunity to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control the environmental health and safety hazards at Kent State University. Will work with university departments to minimize environmental health and safety risks and to manage compliance with applicable regulations and industry best practices.

Position Duties:

Create, implement, and conduct audits for Kent State University Risk Management Audit system, to include routine inspection of university facilities, including laboratories, art studios, and maintenance facilities at the university's eight campuses; work with Department Chairs, Department Managers/Directors, Principal Investigators (PIs), and Studio Curators to inspect, prepare written reports, and follow up on audit findings with the goal of continuous improvement in compliance with safety and environmental regulatory requirements and safety goals.

Develop and maintain inventory system to meet the requirements of City of Kent Fire Department, Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) regulations and university laboratory signage program.

Coordinate the periodic inspection of eyewash fountains, safety showers, Safety Data Sheet (SDS) availability, fume hoods, flammables safety cabinets, glove boxes, protective eyewear, respirators, gloves, and coats to ensure they are available, appropriate for the hazard, properly maintained, used properly, and meet American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards.

Provide training and maintain training records for all applicable employees and support staff in the area of chemical hygiene, hazard communication, hazardous waste management, standard operating procedures (SOPs), and emergency response.

Coordinate development and maintenance of safe operation procedures for all laboratory, studio, and maintenance equipment and experiments with PIs, curators, and managers.

Coordinate the hazardous chemical waste program, including receipt, classification, storage, and disposal, in compliance with all applicable regulations; direct chemical redistribution to minimize chemical wastes in compliance with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) regulations.

May train and supervise student employees.

Perform related duties as assigned.

Qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in chemistry or in biology with a minor in chemistry or industrial hygiene. Two years of work experience in chemical safety, environmental health and safety, or industrial hygiene.

Preferred quaificiations include certified safety professional (CSP), certified hazardous materials manager (CHMM), certified industrial hygienist (CIH), or equivalent work experience in a chemical or biological laboratory. Two years’ experience as a chemical hygiene officer. Two years of work experience in a college or university environment.

To apply, please visit us at http://jobs.kent.edu, create a profile and complete an application. 

Position open until filled.

Posted 8-7-14

 

Tuscarawas County Health Department

Registered Sanitarian or Sanitarian-in-Training

The Tuscarawas County Health Department is looking for a fulltime sanitarian or sanitarian-in-training to be a generalist with an emphasis on Food Service. Position available immediately.

Must be a Sanitarian-in-Training or Registered Sanitarian with the State of Ohio. Position duties include mostly food inspections, as well as some water sampling,rabies control, housing, nuisance, and other various environmental health inspections.

For more information, contact Myra Pancher, Director of Environmental Health at 330-343-5550 Ext. 115 or myra.pancher@odh.ohio.gov.

Position open until filled.

Posted 7-24-14

 

Conneaut City Health Department

Registered Sanitarian

The Conneaut City Health Department is looking for a part -time RS. The position is a job share position with very flexible hours. The individual must be a RS and have a valid drivers license with proof of insurance. Will need personal vehicle to do inspections in the Conneaut Health Jurisdiction. Candidates with previous experience will get first consideration. Please contact Sally Kennedy at conncihd@odh.ohio.gov or 440-593-3087 if interested.

Position open until filled.

Posted 7-8-14

 

New Philadelphia City Health District

Sanitarian/Sanitarian in Training

PART TIME REGISTERED SANITARIAN/SANITARIAN IN TRAINING –Candidate must possess a BA/BS and/or meet requirements of the State Sanitarian Registration Board. Environmental experience a plus. Individual must be able to provide proof of a valid Ohio driver’s license and proof of insurance on personal vehicle, which will be used to perform inspections in the county.

This is a part-time position and candidates with previous experience will get first consideration.  Position is for all state-mandated programs. The position, however, will be concerned with the Food and Pool/Spa programs.

Please send a cover letter and resume along with college transcripts to: New Philadelphia City Health District; Attn: Vickie Ionno, Health Commissioner; 150 E. High Ave., New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663 or email health4u@tusco.net.  NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Position open until filled.

Posted 6-26-14

 

Mahoning County Board of Health

Sanitarian

Full time (37.50 hours per week) position in the environmental division.  Performs the full range of inspection, investigation, enforcement and educational activities involved in the continuing environmental programs of the Board of Health including, but not limited to: food service operation, food establishment operation, food vending operation, nuisance complaints, rodent control, vector control, campgrounds, mobile home park operation, swimming pools, water sampling, on lot sewage evaluation, installation inspection of home sewage systems, home environmental lead risk assessments, and solid waste program.

Must be a Registered Sanitarian in the State of Ohio or Sanitarian-In-Training eligible. Must possess valid motor vehicle operator's license.  Starting hourly rate is $18.79 per hour for Sanitarian and $15.60 per hour for Sanitarian-in-Training.  For more information, contact Mary Helen Smith, MPH RS, REHS at mhsmith@mahoninghealth.org

Position open until filled.

Posted 6-3-14

 

Williams County Health Department

Environmental Health Director

The Williams County Combined Health District is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Environmental Health Director to direct the department’s Environmental Health Division. The successful candidate will manage the division programs of food service, on-site waste water, private water and various other environmental programs. This position reports directly to the health commissioner. Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree and be registered or eligible to be registered, with the Ohio Board of Sanitarian Registration. Resumes will be accepted until June 13 at 4:30 p.m. Send Resume, cover letter to: Jim Watkins Health Commissioner P.O. Box 146Montpelier, Ohio 43543 For more information, contact Jim Watkins at 419-485-3141 or willcohd@odh.ohio.gov

Position open until filled.

Posted 5-27-14

 

Clark County Combined Health District

Sanitarian-in-Training

Full-time position with a beginning salary $14.48 per hour. Must have bachelor’s degree in environmental health, biology or related field. Primary focus is to protect public health by compliance inspections of food services, swimming pools, manufactured home parks, and private water and household sewage disposal systems. Candidates must confirm they meet the minimum educational requirements by visiting the Ohio State Board of Sanitarian Registration website

Applicants interested in the above open position may mail their resume to: The Clark County Combined Health District, Attn: Jacquie Thornburg, 529 E. Home Rd., Springfield, OH 45503 or email jthornburg@ccchd.com.  The Clark County Combined Health District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Position open until filled.

Posted 5-21-14.

 

Marion Public Health

Sanitarian

Marion Public Health is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of F/T Environmental Health RS or SIT. Applicants must have a minimum of Bachelor’s degree with at least 45 quarter or 30 semester hours in science courses acceptable by the State Board of Sanitarian Registration. SIT Candidates must show proof of graduation and application to the State Board of Sanitarian Registration. Candidates must hold a valid Ohio Drivers license.

The successful candidate will work in many if not all of the health district’s environmental health programs as a generalist. Duties may include, but not limited to inspection and consultation in the areas of: food protection, private water systems, household sewage disposal, public swimming pools and spas, nuisances, mobile home parks, campgrounds, rabies, schools, and solid waste.

Starting salary will depend on qualifications with excellent benefits package available including medical, dental, and vision insurance, PERS, paid holidays, personal days, and paid sick leave. Department vehicle is available for job use. Interested parties submit resume to Tyler Pigman, EH Director at tpigman@marionpublichealth.org. Resumes and/or applications will be accepted until position is filled. Marion Public Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Marion Public Health is committed to providing services in a way that is sensitive to Marion's diverse population. Toward that end, we are committed to building a public health workforce that represents the diversity present in our community.

Position open until filled.

Posted 4-25-14

 

Johns Manville

EHS Lead

Johns Manville is currently seeking qualified applications for the position of EHS Lead.  This position reports to the Complex Plant Manager. The EHS Lead is responsible for the implementation and coordination of all environmental, health and safety programs for the Defiance, Ohio complex. This position will develop and provide technical hands-on direction on all EHS decisions, which bear critical importance to the overall complex objectives, operations and profitability.

The ideal candidate is a HANDS ON leader, strong technical competencies when it comes to environmental regulation, the ability to work cross functional with all levels in the organization, and be a trusted resource to provide guidance when it comes to EHS regulations and policies.

The Defiance, Ohio locations produce cured and uncured fiberglass products that serve the automotive, aerospace, OEM, air handling and pipe & mechanical markets. There are two manufacturing sites in the city of Defiance, OH, between both plants there are roughly 530 hourly associates and 60 salaried associates.  This position does offer a relocation package to candidates who meet our relocation guidelines.

Position Duties:

• Directs the EHS resources and activities of the complex to support the EHS programs by providing hands on action, advice and guidance to management and plant floor personnel
• Ensure the complex meets all local, state and federal regulations and is properly permitted
• Serve as the complex expert in regards to Title V air permit, ensuring all reporting is completed in an accurate, timely fashion and the complex operations personnel understand and maintain compliance to the permit
• Continually maintain an appropriate level of awareness, knowledge and preparedness across the complex to create a culture that prioritizes effective EHS and balances overall associated costs
• Review internal EHS policies and practices to ensure they are current and appropriate; conduct hazard and risk assessments and change existing, or develop new recommendations from these assessments
• Serve as the complex expert within the field of EHS when called upon to address regulatory agency compliance issues, third party safety and liability consultants and other representatives as necessary
• Responsible for the staffing and directing of the complex EHS Department
• Assist in the investigation of all incidents and ensure proper records are completed and submitted timely.
• Assist in implementation of corrective actions as it relates to the incident and ensure proper procedures are communicated throughout the complex
• Stay abreast of current and emerging technical and professional aspects of this position
• Conduct site visits/audits
• Oversee 2 Title V large operating facilities and a local warehouse

Position Requirements:

• Bachelor's Degree or higher in Environmental, Safety, Engineering or related technical field
• Proven hands on leadership capabilities in a manufacturing setting
• 8+ years' experience in EH&S or environmental
• Experience or demonstrated ability to manage an EH&S department
• Advanced knowledge of manufacturing industry practices, regulatory agency requirements and industry standards
• Excellent computer skills
• Ability to make good judgments and render good decisions
• Experience managing a Title V permit
• Strong understanding of both behavior based safety and OSHA compliance

For more information, contact Megan Adams at Johns Manville.

Position open until filled.

Posted 4-3-14

 

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.  Position pay range is $18.00 - $25.00 per hour.

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.

Send resume and application to the Ottawa County Health Department, 1856 E. Perry Street, Port Clinton, OH 43452,attention Ken Sharkey.  For more information, contact Ken Sharkey at 419-734-6800.  EOE

Position open until filled

Posted 3-24-14

 

Lorain City Health Department

Environmental Health Sanitarian/Sanitarian-in-Training

All applicants must be United States citizens or have legally declared their intentions of becoming one. Applicants must possess a valid Ohio Drivers license to be shown at time of application. A comprehensive resume will be accepted in addition to the application.

Applicants for the positions of Sanitarian and/or Sanitarian in Training must show proof that they are a registered Sanitarian and/or Sanitarian-In-Training in the State of Ohio or have a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with at least 45-quarter units or 30 semester units of science courses approved by the State Board of Sanitarian Registration to be eligible for a Sanitarian-In-Training certificate. All course work must meet the minimum standards of the State Board of Sanitarian Registration. A Sanitarian-In-Training shall apply for registration as a Sanitarian within three years of his/her registration as a Sanitarian-In-Training. Capable of becoming licensed as a Public Operator by the Ohio Department of Agriculture (Pesticide license).

Duties of a Sanitarian and a Sanitarian in Training include but are not limited to: entry-level technical work within the Environmental Division of the Lorain City Health Department. An employee in this class trains in promoting public health and safety by performing inspection, investigation, education and enforcement work for the Environmental Division.

All qualified candidates will be interviewed and subject to a background investigation and as civil service classified employees will be required to successfully pass a basic pre-employment physical and drug test administered under the direction of the City of Lorain prior to their appointment. A job description will be provided at time of application.

Position pay for Registered Sanitarian is $40,488.00 and for Sanitarian-in-Training is $36,128.00.  For more information, contact Rosemary White at rosemary_white@cityoflorain.org or 440-204-2066.

Position offering closes 12-31-2014

Posted 2-19-14