Environmental Health Specialist 1 or 2

Employer
National Environmental Health Association
Location
Washington, Iowa, US
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Jul 15, 2021
Closes
Jul 27, 2021
Ref
2282216642
Discipline
Other
Employment Type
Full time
Salary Type
Salary
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Company: Northeast Tri County Health District

Location: Newport or Coville, WA

Employment Type: Full Time

Salary: $53,448-$68,640 Annually
Environmental Health Specialist 1 or 2
Under the direction of the Environmental Health Director, or designee, will conduct routine inspections in one or more environmental health programs such as sewage, water quality, solid waste, food, and water recreation. Individuals in this position are responsible to safeguard public health by obtaining compliance with applicable local and state regulations, policies, and procedures through education, cooperation, and enforcement when necessary.

Environmental Health Specialist 1: This is an entry level environmental public health position. An Environmental Health Specialist 1 can expect to have on the job training to gain knowledge and skills to perform detailed inspections, evaluation and enforcement duties, and exercising judgement and discretion to determine compliance with federal, state, and local regulations and policies.

Environmental Health Specialist 2: This is an advanced level environmental public health position. These duties must be performed with a considerable level of independence under minimal direction and supervision.

Under the direction of the Environmental Health Director the individual in this position will work out of either the Colville or Newport office and be responsible for the following programs and activities.

Program Activities:

The following program activities and responsibilities may be covered under this job specification and are considered essential functions of the position:

Food Safety
Drinking Water
Wastewater Management
Land Use and Development
School Health and Safety
Solid Waste
Site Hazard Assessment
Chemical and Physical Hazard
Living Environment
Public Health Emergency Planning and Response
Epidemiology

Graduation from a four (4) year college or university with a Bachelor of Science Degree involving major study in environmental science, public health, biology or closely related field, with a minimum of 45 credit hours or 30 semester hours in basic natural or physical sciences.

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