Seeking qualified candidates for the position of Full Time Environmental Health Specialist or Environmental Health Specialist-in-Training.
Applicants must be an Environmental Health Specialist-in-Training or Registered Environmental Health Specialist or meet the requirements of the Ohio Department of Health to become an Environmental Health Specialist-in-Training or Registered Environmental Health Specialist.
All candidates must hold a current, valid driver’s license and have access to a dependable motor vehicle. Candidates that do not have an Ohio driver’s license must obtain an Ohio license within 30 days of hire.
Job responsibilities will include inspection and consultation in the following programs: food safety, public swimming pools, schools, nuisances, body art, Smoke Free Workplace, manufactured home parks, private water systems, and sewage treatment systems.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm. This position is full-time at 37.5 hours per week.
The Williams County Health Department offers a comprehensive benefit package including employer-paid medical, vision, and dental insurance for employees, enrollment in OPERS, and paid time off for vacation, sick leave, personal days and 14 holidays.
If you are ready to join a forward-thinking, nationally accredited health department and value working as part of a dynamic team that invests in its employees through training and development, please submit your resume and cover letter to Brad A. Price, Director of Environmental Public Health by mail or email.
Director of Environmental Public Health
Williams County Health Department, Attn: Brad Price
310 Lincoln Avenue
Montpelier, Ohio 43543
Position open until filled. The Williams County Health Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Only non-tobacco, non-nicotine candidates will be considered.
About Williams County Health Department
The overall mission of the Williams County Health Department is the prevention of disease, promotion of optimal health, and the providing of care for the present and the future residents of our county. Our purpose is to maintain and protect the health of residents through control of communicable disease, management of the environment, education of the community in health promotion, and prevention of illness and chronic disease.