opportunity awaits in Alamance County

Alamance County is currently recruiting for an Environmental Health Specialist in our On-Site Water Protection Program.

Want to work with a knowledgeable and experienced staff with excellent support from the Health Director, the Board of Health and County Commissioners? If so, Alamance County is the place for you! Alamance County is nestled perfectly in the central part of the state; 3 hours from the coast, 3 hours from the mountains and just close enough to visit Raleigh and Charlotte without all the traffic! Our location within the state makes us the perfect place to live while still being close to places where you love to play!

A few Alamance County benefits:

Career ladder

Flexible work schedule

Employee wellness clinic

Clothing allowance

Optional 401(k) with up to 2% county match

The position closes on May 31st. To view the postings, please visit:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/alamancenc/ [governmentjobs.com]

Let me know if you have any questions about this position. Look forward to hearing from you!

Rebecca Rosso, MSEH, REHS

Environmental Health Supervisor

On-Site Wastewater Section

Alamance County Health Department

Iredell County — Food and Lodging Position!!

Good morning,

Iredell County is currently seeking a Food and Lodging expert!! Iredell County is a rapidly growing community from Lake Norman in the south to the Brushy Mountains in the north! Iredell County Board of Commissioners are extremely pro-employee and pro-environmental health!

In addition, Iredell County takes into consideration current government agency employee service and with proper documentation and approval, accrual rates for earned vacation leave may be awarded based on tenure. We also offer a $5000 sign on bonus for individuals that qualify for an Environmental Health Specialist that is currently authorized in food & lodging and actively working in another county!

See attached flier and click the link below to apply before May 29th!

https://www.co.iredell.nc.us/797/Employment-Opportunities [co.iredell.nc.us]

Brady Freeman, REHS

Environmental Health Director II

Iredell County Public Health Department

704-878-5358 Office

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EHL- Phase 2 Information and Links

As you are aware, on Friday at 5 pm, North Carolina will move to Safer At Home–Phase 2. After two weeks in Phase 1, the state’s overall key indicators remain stable but the continued increases in daily case counts signal a need to take a more modest step forward in Phase 2 than originally envisioned.

In making the announcement to lift COVID-19 restrictions, Governor Cooper said, “North Carolina is using the data to guide our decisions about when to lift COVID-19 restrictions, and overall our key indicators remain stable. Safer At Home Phase 2 is another careful step forward, and we have to continue taking this virus seriously to prevent a dangerous spike in infections.”

“From the beginning, North Carolinians have joined together to confront this crisis. We need to rely upon one another to practice the three Ws [covid19.ncdhhs.gov] as we begin leaving our homes more. When we wear a face covering, wait six feet apart, and wash our hands often, we are showing we care for our loved ones and neighbors,” said Dr. Mandy Cohen.

NC DHHS also unveiled an updated COVID-19 Dashboard [covid19.ncdhhs.gov]. The interactive dashboard provides an overview on the metrics and capacities that the state is following to inform decisions to responsibly ease measures that slow the spread of the virus.

Phase 2 Resources

Interim Guidance for:

As a reminder, the provisions of this Executive Order are enforced by state and local law enforcement.

For questions, please contact Veronica Bryant, Emergency Response and Outbreak Coordinator, at veronica.bryant or by phone at 919-218-6943, or you may contact me at larry.michael or 919-707-5855.

Thank you,


Larry D. Michael, REHS, MPH

State Environmental Health Director/Section Chief

Division of Public Health, Environmental Health Section

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services

Office: 919 707 5855

Fax: 919 845 3973