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Registered Environmental Health Specialist/SIT
Brown County Health Department
|Company||Brown County Health Department|
|Position||Registered Environmental Health Specialist/SIT|
|Job Description||The Brown County Health Department is accepting applications for the position of a Registered Environmental Health Specialist or Environmental Health Specialist in Training. Candidates must possess a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health or related science (Biology, chemistry, etc.) and meet the educational requirements of the State Sanitarian Registration Board. Environmental experience a plus. Individuals must be able to provide proof of a valid Ohio driver’s license and proof of insurance on a personal vehicle. Must have strong written and verbal communication skills. Travel Brown County, Ohio conducting inspections in the following programs: Septic, Food, Pools/Spas, Schools, Camp Parks, Tattoo/Body Piercing, and Private Water. Other duties include, but are not limited to, Animal Bite Investigations, Public Health Nuisance Investigations, and enforcing Ohio Laws in the programs listed above. This is a Full-Time grant funded position. Benefits offered include Health Insurance, Life Insurance, and Retirement (OPERS). Please send your college transcripts, cover letter, and resume along with a completed job application to: Brown County Health Department Attn: Kyle D. Arn, MS, REHS 826 Mt. Orab Pike Georgetown, Ohio 45121 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Job application forms are available on the agency website. Brown County Health Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.|
|Salary||$19 per hour|
|Apply||Brown County Health Department Attn: Kyle D. Arn, MS, REHS 826 Mt. Orab Pike Georgetown, Ohio 45121 or email to email@example.com|
|Contact Person||Kyle D. Arn, MS, REHS|
Delaware Public Health District
|Company||Delaware Public Health District|
|Job Description||Fiscal Officer Under general direction of the Health Commissioner and Chief Operating Officer, The Fiscal Officer directs financial aspects of the health district ensuring transparent, sound, and stable fiscal management. Ensures compliance with applicable federal and states laws and rules, Board of Health adopted policies and regulations, and grant requirements. The Fiscal Officer manages the Fiscal Unit of the health district and serves as the fiscal advisor to the Health Commissioner and Board of Health. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of State of Ohio and Federal rules/legislation related to finance and operations, administrative management principles, public administration, and public health. Direct experience in governmental accounting, budgeting, forecasting, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and government cash basis accounting; certification in Governmental Finance Management preferred. Mandated competencies include developing program and organizational budgets, defending organizational budgets, preparing proposals for funding (e.g., foundations, government agencies, corporations), performance management, and quality improvement. Supervisory experience must include employee development, performance appraisal, and performance improvement. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in the field of business/public administration, or other finance-related field required. Five to seven years of relevant experience required, with at least three years in a supervisory role. Salary and Benefits: • Starting salary $37.55/hr, may be adjusted commensurate with experience • Excellent paid leave (vacation, sick, personal), including 11 holidays and 20 hrs admin leave • Outstanding benefits including medical, dental, vision, FSA, LTD, Life, EAP and many wellness perks • Exceptional Retirement package • Tuition Reimbursement • Volunteer Time Off • Professional development and training • Opportunities for Public Service Loan Forgiveness programs for eligible workers • Six weeks paid parental leave Applicants may apply via agency website at www.delawarehealth.org/careers Position will remain posted until filled.|
|Contact Person||Amy Whitney|
Air Pollution Control Specialist I/II
Regional Air Pollution Control Agency
|Company||Regional Air Pollution Control Agency|
|Position||Air Pollution Control Specialist I/II|
|Job Description||Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in environmental science or related degree • Proficiency in utilizing a PC with MS Office software experience. • Current valid Ohio Driver’s License and access to a motor vehicle • Required to play an active role during a public health emergency, crisis, outbreaks, incident, or event in which the Health Commissioner deems additional changes in responsibilities and working locations/hours. Responsibilities include but not limited to: • Performing functions utilizing Ohio EPA and U.S. EPA software and databases to prepare and submit data and documents. • Evaluating air quality monitoring data for submittal to Ohio EPA • Installing air monitoring equipment • Performing complaint investigations • Writing technical reports and assisting in the preparation of legal or public documents • Reviewing and preparing comments on rules, regulations, policies, and plans • Working on quality improvement projects and drafting Standard Operating Guidelines • Helping to manage U.S. EPA Air Quality System data submittal and retrievals. • Representing agency on technical work groups, with other government agencies, the regulated community and with public citizens; helping to develop presentations to the public and regulated community. • Operating air monitoring equipment including setting up filters, performing quality assurance checks and validating data; Troubleshooting problems and issues; these activities may require climbing ladders and working outside in inclement weather. • Performing preventative maintenance and repair of monitoring equipment such as motors and pumps, data logging equipment • Performing miscellaneous housekeeping and grounds keeping using hand tools at monitoring sites • Conducting special projects in quality assurance, toxic air pollution and industrial air pollution; Performing other duties as assigned • Evaluating forecasted meteorological conditions to make air quality forecasts using U.S. EPA’s Air Quality Index.|
|Salary||Starting Salary: B24 $24.21-$29.42/Hour - Mid-Range Step 1 -up to step 12 $50,356.80 - $61,193.60 /Annual B25 $26.21-$31.84/Hour - Mid Range Step 1 -up to step 12 $54,516.80 - $66,227.20 /Annual|
|Apply||How to apply: Complete the application found on our website: www.phdmc.org/about/
|Contact Person||Human Resources|
Cuyahoga County Board of Health
|Company||Cuyahoga County Board of Health|
|Job Description||POSITION AVAILABLE Position: Grant Coordinator Reports to: Grant Supervisor Position to be filled: January 2, 2024 Starting Salary: $42,710 annually Hours: Mon. – Fri., 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Vaccine Policy: Effective November 1, 2021, all new hires will need to meet COVID and Influenza vaccine requirements or request an exemption as outlined in the CCBH Vaccination Policy 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. OR five years of experience (with an HS Diploma/GED), OR three years of experience (with an Associate’s degree), OR no experience necessary (with a Master’s degree). • Knowledge of grant research & writing, and RFP processes. • Valid driver’s license and insurance at the 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 the 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 the 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. Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) and Ohio Healthy Program (OHP): This person will be working in support of the Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) and the Ohio Healthy Program (OHP): • Provide training to adult learners on topics including wellness policies and menu standards in early care and education programs as well as adulthood preparation subjects, including financial literacy and career-building • Provide training and technical assistance to early care and education programs on policies, systems, and environmental changes in early care and education programs • Assist in recruitment of community agencies to participate in Youth Health and Wellness Programming • Knowledge of racial and social equity issues facing children and adolescents ages 0-21 • Ability to work with and on cross-sector teams/partnerships • Knowledge of community engagement strategies and best practices • Knowledge and experience in digital communications, including electronic newsletters, social media, and website management Responsibilities: • Monitors and provides support to subgrantees regarding the program/curriculum implementation and achievement of program 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 conducting training needs assessment(s), and proceeds with coordinating and facilitating regular training sessions for assigned program(s). Conducts post-training evaluations. • Assists with the establishment and maintenance of internal and external relationships and leverages relationships to maximize program and training effectiveness. • Facilitates regular meetings with subgrantees and other program stakeholders to provide updates and address issues/concerns. • May assist in monitoring program and subgrantee budgets. May assist subgrantees with purchasing decisions and ideas for effectively utilizing the budget regarding program materials and supplies. • Participates in local and state-wide meetings to stay abreast of changes in public health trends and regulations that may impact assigned program(s). • May participate in strategic planning activities and provide input regarding potential new programming and/or service improvement. Assists with identifying additional service agencies, potential community collaborations, and addressing community health issues. • Represents CCBH as a participant at coalition and/or subcommittee meetings. Assists with the planning, development, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of multisector partnerships of assigned programs. • Develops and extracts reports from databases (i.e., Enterprise, etc.) for delivery to internal and external customers. Gathers and organizes documents to satisfy public records requests or other reporting obligations. • Participates in quality assurance and improvement activities to foster a culture of quality improvement within the assigned service area. • Collaborates with internal and external partners on special projects as assigned. • Participates in public health emergency activities as needed. • Performs other duties as assigned. Please complete the online application on our website, www.ccbh.net/jobs All applicants are required to upload a resume and include a cover letter with their application. Deadline to Apply: November 24, 2023 Bilingual Applicants Welcome Employees hired for a position that is funded in whole or in part by a designated funding source may be laid off when the funding source is reduced or eliminated. THIS AGENCY IS AN EQUAL PROVIDER OF SERVICES AND AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER CIVIL RIGHTS ACT 1964 THIS EMPLOYER PARTICIPATES IN E-VERIFY All employees hired for a position must be legally authorized to work in the United States without requiring sponsorship for employment visa status now or in the future. Benefits offered at CCBH (for employees working at least 40 hours per pay period/Bi-weekly): • Medical (full time employees responsible for 10% of premium) • Dental (full time employees responsible for 10% of premium) • Vision • Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) • Deferred Compensation • FSA Health and Dependent Care • Tuition Reimbursement • Holidays (14 paid per year) • Vacation Time (13 paid days per year for new service PERS members*) • Sick Time (15 paid days per year*) • Personal Days (up to 3 paid per year) • Agency-paid Life Insurance • Additional Voluntary Life Insurance • Voluntary Identity Theft Protection • Voluntary Critical Illness • Voluntary Accident Insurance • Employee Assistance Program • Free Parking Onsite • Remote work from home available up to two days per week with approval after the completion of a minimum of 60 days of employment. • Alternate work schedule or changes in work schedule available after the initial training period with approval. Core work hours of 10 am to 2 pm are required of all staff. *Benefit is prorated based on start date|
|Contact Person||Rosalyn Hall|
REHS Supervisor-Sewage and Water Programs
Warren County Health District
|Company||Warren County Health District|
|Position||REHS Supervisor-Sewage and Water Programs|
|Job Description||EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
Posting Date: November 6, 2023
POSITION: REHS Supervisor
Water and Sewage Program
AGENCY: Warren County Health District
DEPARTMENT: Environmental Health Division
LOCATION: 416 South East Street, Lebanon, Ohio
HOURS: Full-time, 37.5 hours per week, 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday
with a one-hour unpaid lunch break. A 4-day work week schedule may be considered. Some evening and weekend work may be required.
PAY RANGE: Pay Grade 10: Starting Salary Range ($64,525.50-$86,131.50)
POSTING PERIOD: No less than seven (7) consecutive calendar days.
B.S. Degree in Environmental Health or related science (biology, chemistry, geology etc.). Minimum of (5) five years’ experience as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist. Management/supervisory experience is preferred. Must have valid driver’s license and an acceptable driving record.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITES:
Knowledge of environmental health science, biology, chemistry, and other related sciences. Be skilled in analytical/assessment, policy development, cultural competency, community dimensions of practice, public health sciences, financial planning and management, leadership and systems think skills and communication skills. Must be proficient with technology and ability to communicate effectively in written and oral form and be capable of preparing meaningful, concise, and accurate reports.
Responsible for planning/developing environmental health water and sewage programs; participates in policy development; provides supervision/leadership/training/evaluating of assigned staff; responsible for performing routine and complex inspections, consultation, testing, sampling, and vector control duties related to state and local environmental health programs designed to improve human health, wellbeing of natural and working environments. Attends meetings as required; provides support for accreditation activities; may also have responsibilities in other environmental health programs implemented by the health district, as needed.
|Apply||Please send cover letter and resume to attention of Tammy Cranmer at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Exp Date||until filled|
|Contact Person||Tammy Cranmer|
Toledo-Lucas County Health Department c/o Waverly Partners
|Company||Toledo-Lucas County Health Department c/o Waverly Partners|
|Job Description||The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department (“TLCHD”) is committed to being the leader in public health by promoting and protecting the health of all people where they live, learn, work, and play with a vision of a healthier Lucas County for everyone. The Health Department is neither a county entity nor a municipal entity but is a combined regional health district whose operations are dictated by a merger agreement entered into by the various local elected officials (Mayor or County Commissioner). This merger agreement has been in effect for over 20 years. The Health Department’s $11+MM budget is generated from general fund revenue along with fees for services and grants. The Health Commissioner reports to the 12-member Board of Health, which meets monthly. This executive will supervised an executive team of 12 and a total of over 120 employees. Of the staff, 70 are represented by the AFSCME and 11 by the Ohio Nurses Association, with the next contract renewal scheduled for 2025. The ideal candidate must have at least 5 years of experience in a full-time senior leadership position with a public health agency including responsibility for disease prevention and control programs, preferably in a supervisory or other administrative position with at least 5 years of experience in the management of personnel. Alternative experience may come from another healthcare field including hospital or health agency or university environment. Experience serving a complex and diverse urban and suburban marketplace along with significant Board interaction are strongly desired. As prescribed in Ohio Revised Code 3709.11: The person appointed a commissioner candidate must be a licensed physician, licensed dentist, licensed veterinarian, licensed podiatrist, licensed chiropractor, or the holder of a master’s degree in public health or an equivalent master's degree in a related health field as determined by the members of the Board of Health in a general health district.|
|Apply||We fully respect the need for confidentiality of information supplied by interested parties. NOTE: prospective candidates should be aware that any applications or resumes submitted for this opportunity are subject to the Ohio Public Records Act and may be disclosed. If you are aware of an outstanding health executive who meets these requirements and would be interested in evaluating this dynamic opportunity, please email Health@Waverly-Partners.com or contact either consultant at WAVERLY PARTNERS, the executive search firm retained by the Board of Health on this search. Heidi Milosovic: 440.355.6629 or Eric Peterson 440.892.5961|
|Contact Person||Eric Peterson|
Water Quality Supervisor / Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) III
Franklin County Public Health
|Company||Franklin County Public Health|
|Position||Water Quality Supervisor / Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) III|
|Job Description||Why Work Here? Be Valued!
As a public service agency, we know our greatest assets are the people behind the service. We recognize the value of our employees through competitive pay and an amazing benefit package for staff and their family. Franklin County Public Health is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse and inclusive workforce.
The FCPH value statement says it all: We serve our communities, our organization, and each other with Integrity, Accountability, Excellence, Respect and Humility.
Franklin County Public Health provides:
• Schedules to support a work/life balance.
• Robust benefits including medical, dental, vision, an employee assistance program and a flexible spending account.
• Life insurance, short and long term disability options are also offered.
• Vacation time, personal time, sick time, and paid holidays.
• And much more!
NOW HIRING: Water Quality (WQ) Supervisor (or)
Registered Environmental Health Sanitarian (REHS) – III
(Full Time Position)
Under the direction of the Division Manager, the Registered Sanitarian III is responsible for the management and oversight of the assigned program and staff. This position provides evaluations, support, guidance, and training of assigned staff; assists in overseeing, reviewing, developing, evaluating and implementing Environmental Health Programs; and collaborates with other health department staff and agencies to deliver services. Provides training to staff and backs-up Division Manager, as needed.
This position focuses on providing excellent customer service to internal and external customers in accordance with the mission, core values, and purposes of Franklin County Public Health. Interactive discussions with citizens, vendors, clients, patrons, and applicants to gather and process information; cooperative/ coordinating responsibility with other departments and community partners.
• Reviews, manages, and evaluates day-to-day operations of Franklin County Public Health’s Environmental health programs as assigned;
• Purchases necessary supplies and conducts inventory;
• Administers budget and spending allocations;
• Conducts costs methodology for state program fees;
• Recommends and implements improvement measures;
• Maintains records and information regarding programs;
• Tracks inspections, schedules visits to facilities, and with personnel gathers data and review plans;
• Cooperates with local and state agencies and community service groups to promote good environmental health practices;
• Communicates with community leaders and stakeholders;
• Other related duties as assigned.
• Must be a Registered Environmental Health Specialist with the State of Ohio.
• One (1) year of supervision experience or equivalent.
• Must possess a valid driver’s license and be insurable through FCPH’s provider; some evening and weekend hours required.
Hiring Wage Range: $29.79/hour - $34.26/hour. This is an exempt position.
Interested applicants should apply at https://franklincounty.bamboohr.com/jobs/ or email materials to FCPHjobs@franklincountyohio.gov with the subject ‘Water Quality Supervisor’
• Cover letter
• Completed FCPH application (located: http://www.myfcph.org/careers)
• Written example of work
Deadline for Applying: External applicants (Until filled)
No phone calls please.
Franklin County Public Health is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. Learn more at www.myfcph.org.
FCPH is committed to providing a healthy work environment for all employees, and all employees agree to be non-tobacco users as a condition of employment (e.g., cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco, vapor, etc.). All applicants offered positions with FCPH must submit to and pass a drug and alcohol screen before beginning work. All FCPH Employees must be fully vaccinated (one or two doses depending on COVID-19 vaccination type) by November 23, 2021 unless a reasonable accommodation is requested and approved.
Applicants with disabilities may contact Revathy Deivasigamani, HR Generalist at email@example.com or 614-301-2100 to request and arrange for accommodations.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position. They are not intended to be interpreted as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position.
|Salary||$29.79/hour - $34.26/hour. This is an exempt position.|
|Apply||Interested applicants should apply at https://franklincounty.bamboohr.com/jobs/ or email materials to FCPHjobs@franklincountyohio.gov with the subject ‘Water Quality Supervisor’
• Cover letter
• Completed FCPH application (located: http://www.myfcph.org/careers)
• Written example of work
Deadline for Applying: External applicants (Until filled)
|Contact Person||Revathy Deivasigamani|
WIC Dietitian, Dietetic Technician, Nutritionist, or Registered Nurse
Clermont County Public Health
|Company||Clermont County Public Health|
|Position||WIC Dietitian, Dietetic Technician, Nutritionist, or Registered Nurse|
|Job Description||WIC Dietitian, Dietetic Technician, Nutritionist, or Registered Nurse Type: Part-Time, Permanent Pay Rate: Dietitian, Nutritionist, or Registered Nurse: $23.45 - $25.88 per hour Dietetic Technician: $22.66 - $24.30 per hour Deadline to Apply: until position filled Clermont County Public Health is an excellent place for energetic self-starters and offers generous fringe and benefits. We strive to protect the public’s health by preventing the spread of disease and working with the community to educate and promote good health practices. Public health is a stable work environment, relatively unaffected by economic fluctuations. We look forward to hearing from you! Job Duties: Dietitian Job Duties: Determine client qualifications for the WIC program. Provide nutrition education and counseling to income eligible women (pregnant, breast-feeding and post-partum), infants, and children up to the age of five years. Promote and support breastfeeding. Conduct nutrition assessments. Document notes in participant charts. Assign risk codes and appropriate food packages. Issue breast pumps. Follow WIC Policies and Procedures. Utilize a computer and texting program. Prepare educational materials. Conduct outreach activities. Refer clients to other services. Obtain anthropometric measurements. Conduct hemoglobin tests. Perform clerical duties as needed. Attend meetings and complete required trainings. Assist with supervising the work of any Nutritionists and/or Dietetic Technicians on staff, which includes accepting referrals of high risk participants, reviewing charts, observing appointments, and reviewing and approving education plans and materials developed. Assist with social media posts. Registered Nurse Job Duties: Determine client qualifications for the WIC program. Provide nutrition education and counseling to income eligible women (pregnant, breast-feeding and post-partum), infants, and children up to the age of five years. Promote and support breastfeeding. Conduct nutrition assessments. Document notes in participant charts. Assign risk codes and appropriate food packages. Issue breast pumps. Follow WIC Policies and Procedures. Utilize a computer and texting program. Prepare educational materials. Conduct outreach activities. Refer clients to other services. Obtain anthropometric measurements. Conduct hemoglobin tests. Perform clerical duties as needed. Attend meetings and complete required trainings. Assist with social media posts. Dietetic Technician or Nutritionist Job Duties: Determine client qualifications for the WIC program. Provide nutrition education and counseling to income eligible women (pregnant, breastfeeding and post-partum), infants, and children up to the age of five years. Promote and support breastfeeding. Conduct nutrition assessments. Document notes in participant charts. Assign risk codes and appropriate food packages. Issue breast pumps. Follow WIC Policies and Procedures. Refer high risk participants to a registered dietitian. Observations and chart reviews will be conducted by a registered dietitian. Education plans and materials must be approved by a registered dietitian. Utilize a computer and texting program. Prepare educational materials. Conduct outreach activities. Refer clients to other services. Obtain anthropometric measurements. Conduct hemoglobin tests. Perform clerical duties as needed. Attend meetings and complete required trainings. Assist with social media posts. Dietitian Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree or higher in nutrition/dietetics program approved by the Ohio Board of Dietetics, and one (1) year experience, or any equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience. Knowledge with lactation management. • Maintain registration with the American Dietetic Association; maintain Dietitian license issued by Ohio Board of Dietetics per Section O.R.C. 4759.06; • Skilled in working with computers and the public • Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license • Required to have regular and predictable attendance Registered Nurse Minimum Qualifications: • Registered Nurse licensed in the State of Ohio (O.R.C. 4723.03). One (1) year experience, or any equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience. Knowledge with lactation management. • Skilled in working with computers and the public • Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license • Required to have regular and predictable attendance Dietetic Technician Minimum Qualifications: • Associate degree from an Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) approved program and have passed the registration examination. A Dietetic Technician must have an associate degree from an Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) approved program. Dietetic Technicians function under the supervision of a registered/licensed dietitian. One (1) year experience, or any equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience. Knowledge with lactation management. • Must complete 6 hours of continuing education per year • Skilled in working with computers and the public • Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license • Required to have regular and predictable attendance Nutritionist Minimum Qualifications: • Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Sciences, Community Nutrition, Clinical Nutrition, Dietetics, Public Health Nutrition or Home Economics with emphasis in Nutrition. Nutritionists function under the supervision of a registered/licensed dietitian. One (1) year experience, or any equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience. Knowledge with lactation management. • Must complete 6 hours of continuing education per year • Skilled in working with computers and the public • Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license • Required to have regular and predictable attendance Fringe & Benefits: Benefits & Fringe Package Value part-time: Dietitian, Nutritionist, or Registered Nurse: $6,905.56-$21,177.62 Dietetic Technician: $6,672.92 to $19,928.66 Clermont County Public Health offers a generous fringe and benefits package to all full-time employees: • Attractive Schedule- We follow an attractive work schedule of 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday (actual work days will be negotiated during hiring). • Remote Work Option- This position can work remotely up to 1 days a week after the probationary period. • Paid Leave (119-616 hours per year) o Vacation- Vacation starts at two weeks annually with up to 5 weeks per year at 20 years of service. o Sick- Sick leave accrues at 0.0575 hours per hour worked, which amounts to 9 days per year. o Holiday- CCPH observes thirteen paid holidays. Part-time employees receive holiday pay for those that fall on their regularly scheduled workday. o Parental Leave- After one year of employment, employees are eligible for six weeks of paid leave following the birth or adoption of a child. o Military Leave- National Guard, Defense Corps, Naval Militia, and all U.S Armed Forces reserve members are authorized up to 176 hours of paid leave per calendar year for training purposes. • Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) – All employees contribute 10% of their salary to PERS, and the agency contributes 14%. The agency estimated value based on the above salary range from $6,298.66-$6,697.60 for a full-time Dietitian, Nutritionist, or Registered Nurse, $5,879.33 - $6,406.40 for a full-time Dietetic Technician, and $3,779.19-$4,018.56 for a part-time time Dietitian, Nutritionist, or Registered Nurse annually, and $3,527.60-$3,843.84 for a part-time Dietetic Technician annually. Employees do not pay federal social security tax from income; all contributions go directly towards PERS. • Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) – All employees contribute 10% of their salary to PERS, and the agency contributes 14%. The agency estimated value based on the above salary range from $4,097.18-$4,521.75 for a part-time time Dietitian, Nutritionist, or Registered Nurse annually, and $3,947.83-$4,245.70 a part-time Dietetic Technician annually. Employees do not pay federal social security tax from income; all contributions go directly towards PERS. • Deferred Compensation Plans– Employees may contribute to tax-deferred supplemental retirement accounts. • Student Loan Forgiveness- Public service employees may be eligible for student loan forgiveness through the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program. • Sick Leave Rewards- Employees with low sick leave usage traditionally receive an annual sick leave bonus of up to $480. They are also eligible for quarterly drawings, which could earn up to an additional $240 per year. • Long-term Disability – Agency picks up the first five years until the employee becomes vested in PERS. • Supplemental Life Insurance – Employees may purchase up to $250,000 for employees, $100,000 for spouses, and $20,000 for children. • Accident, Cancer, and Critical Illness Insurance – Coverage is available to be picked up by the employee. Contact Information: All applicants must submit their application online at www.ccphohio.org/careers and follow the application instructions. Resumes and cover letters sent directly to the Public Health office cannot be accepted; they must be uploaded through the website. For general questions regarding the position, please email Katherine Schneider, RD, LD, kschneider@clermontcountyohio.
|Salary||$22.66 to $25.88 per hour|
|Apply||All applicants must submit their application online at www.ccphohio.org/careers and follow the application instructions. Resumes and cover letters sent directly to the Public Health office cannot be accepted; they must be uploaded through the website.|
|Contact Person||Katherine Schneider|
City of Canton
|Company||City of Canton|
|Job Description||Employment with Canton City Public Health comes with an array of benefits. We offer comprehensive health insurance, paid vacations, paid holidays, a retirement plan and sick time. Applicants must apply online at governmentjobs.com. Applicants MUST submit a copy of their valid driver's license, college transcripts or degree, and any other pertinent licenses, certifications, or documentation, related to this position, with their application. This is an open examination. To be eligible for the position under this examination, all applicants must be a U.S. Citizen or possess a valid permanent resident card. Job Description: Position Summary: Plans, administers, supervises and evaluates all public health programs and activities of Canton City Public Health. The Health Commissioner’s duties include performing skilled, professional work in the planning, administering and performing of a variety of public health services in accordance with core public health functions and state and local public health codes. Directs the personnel of Canton City Public Health in providing a variety of public health services. Serves as the Chief Health Strategist (Public Health 3.0 model) and ensures delivery of Foundational Public Health Services and 10 Essential Public Health Services. Manages a diverse public health staff and department budget. Reports to the Canton City Board of Health. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 25%: Mission/Vision: Ensures Canton City Public Health achieves its mission and vision. Ensures that agency guiding values provide the foundation of all public health programs and services, committed to health equity, operate with accountability and are formulated on evidence-based practices. Incorporates the Core Public Health Functions, Local Health Priorities, the Foundational Public Health Services and the Ten Essential Public Health Services into the practice of the agency. Implements the health department objectives through the coordination and oversight of division directors and staff. Provides expertise, leadership and direction to guide decision making. Ensures advancement of health equity as a central focus of essential local public health services. 25%:Leadership/Management: Serves as the chief executive officer of the public health department. Supports a competent, diverse workforce and an inclusive organizational culture. Recruits, provides or manages training for, and directly supervises staff; evaluates the performance of staff in accordance with established agency procedures. Aids in the development and implementation of policies, procedures and training to promote improved performance and professional development of staff. Cooperatively plans, develops and implements overall public health services and is responsible for the overall operation of the health department and its divisions. Reviews existing programs for efficiency and economy, and implements necessary changes in response to changing population demographics and updates to state and federal laws, rules and regulations. 20%:Finance: Maintains oversight of financial management. Develops, recommends and administers health department budget collaboratively with the division directors and the health department’s Fiscal Manager. Monitors expenditures for compliance with budget mandates. Works closely with Canton City Council relative to budget and funding appropriations. Supervises grant development and administration, including billing, with the division directors and the Fiscal Manager. Researches, finds and develops alternative funding sources. Negotiates contract services and monitors contractor performance for compliance with program goals and contract provisions, both directly and cooperatively with the division directors and the Fiscal Manager. 10%: Ethics and Compliance: Safeguards the adherence to principles of the ethical practice of public health. Assures compliance with external requirements, mandates, rules and regulations. Maintains agency accreditation status and conformity to Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) standards and measures. Establishes and maintains monitoring and evaluation processes to ensure department activities follow state and federal mandates, agreements, policies and regulations. Demonstrates agency accountability through performance management, quality improvement and workforce development. Coordinates and supervises data gathering, evaluation, and reporting through division directors and staff. 10% Community Liaison: Leads local public health system of partners to align resources to improve population-level health. Coordinates Health Department functions with community, private, and public facilities and agencies. Develops, manages and supports relationships with community partners, academic institutions, local and state-level agencies and public health professional organizations. 5%: Spokesperson: Responds to legislative and media/press inquiries and contacts. Prepares and gives public presentations. Directs the preparation and distribution of press releases and reports by the public information officer and division directors. Serves as Secretary to the Board of Health. Serves as a trusted public health voice when speaking to the media. 5%: Advocacy: Advances the health department’s public health policy agenda by building relationships with local and state policymakers and legislators. Has a close working relationship with local, state and federal agencies which provide technical assistance and support for public health services. Other Duties and Responsibilities: Emergency Response: In the event of a public health emergency, serves as incident commander/leader and connects department to local emergency operations. Minimum Qualifications: • Shall be a licensed physician, dentist, veterinarian, chiropractor, OR the holder of a master's degree in public health or an equivalent master's degree in a related health field as determined by the members of the board of health. • A minimum of five or more years of experience in senior management or leadership position in a governmental public health department, health-related field, or public service organization. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge: Knowledge of best practices for provision of public health services. Knowledge of applicable regulations, policies and procedures. Strong knowledge of budgeting and finance. Must be familiar with local public health laws/code and the extent of the use of authority in a public health emergency. Skills: Strong planning, organization and prioritization skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Management and supervisory skills. Exceptional interpersonal skills, diplomacy and tact. Must possess skill in the Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals, including Analytical/Assessment, Policy Development/Program Planning, Communication, Cultural Competency, Community Dimensions of Practice, Public Health Sciences, Financial Planning and Management and Leadership and Systems Thinking. Abilities: Ability to influence others across departments, directly or indirectly. Ability to effectively use a variety of computer software programs. Ability to exercise considerable tact and firmness in dealing with customers and the public. Ability to work as a team member and team leader. Ability to complete tasks within established deadlines. Ability to effectively process and maintain files and prepare reports. Must possess patience, flexibility and the ability to deal with ambiguity. Must have commitment to health equity and public health, interest in advancing policies that promote and improve health outcomes and focus on strengthening local public health and public health infrastructure. Ability to use systems-level analysis. Minimum Credentials: The following credentials must be acquired and maintained prior to initial hire: • Possess a valid driver’s license and access to a motor vehicle. The following credentials must be acquired and maintained. These credentials are not required upon initial hire but are required to be acquired after hiring within 6 months. • Licenses/Certifications: Have or acquire certification in National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) Incident Command Systems (ICS) levels 100, 200, 300, 400, and 700 within six months of appointment. Work Setting: The work setting is primarily in a typical office environment. Requires frequent meetings with department personnel, other city departments and officials and members of the community. Meetings will often occur outside of the department offices in the community. Will require frequent adjustments to a typical work schedule to accommodate the needs of the community. Requires occasional travel outside of the area for training, meetings and conferences. Compensation: This is a Civil Service classified position. Compensation is determined by the Board of Health compensation plan. This position takes part in a pension plan from the Ohio Public Employment Retirement System. Eligible for health insurance (medical, dental, vision, life), paid sick leave, paid vacation and paid holidays. ADA COMPLIANCE Reasonable accommodation in accordance with ADA Compliance will be made available upon request to those qualified applicants in need of it, in order to achieve the essential job functions as described above. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT All qualified applicants will receive consideration for appointment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, political affiliation, age, type of disability, or any other non-merit factor. At the City of Canton, we are committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.|
|Apply||Applicants must apply online at www.governmentjobs.com/
|Contact Person||Anna Moeglin|
Registered Environmental Health Specialist/ Specialist In-Training
Hocking County Health Department
|Company||Hocking County Health Department|
|Position||Registered Environmental Health Specialist/ Specialist In-Training|
|Job Description||Registered Environmental Health Specialist/ Specialist In-Training The Hocking County Health Department seeks a full-time Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) or Environmental Health Specialist In-Training (REHSIT) to work as a generalist in the Environmental Health Division. 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 minimum qualifications: Currently registered as a REHS or REHSIT in Ohio 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. Be able to communicate professionally and effectively both orally and in writing. Possess basic computer skills and be able to work independently. Be willing to work outside and be able to lift 50 lbs. Pass a B.C.I. background check and drug screening. Occasional evening or weekend work may be required. REHSIT starting pay is commensurate with experience at least $18.00/ hour. Resumes may be submitted until December 15, 2023 to Kevin Smith, Environmental Director. The Hocking County Health Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Tobacco/Nicotine Free Workplace.|
|Salary||$20-28/ hr. commensurate with experience|
|Apply||Please send cover letter and resume to attention of firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Contact Person||Kevin Smith|