Alamance County is currently recruiting a Soil Scientist I to join our On-Site Water Protection team. This job posting closes on July 4, 2019, so please don’t hesitate to apply. To view this posting, please visit:
We offer a career ladder, flexible work schedule, employee wellness clinic, a clothing allowance, optional 401(k) with up to 2% county match, excellent support from the Health Director, the Board of Health and County Commissioners, and a knowledgeable, experienced staff.
Let me know if you have any questions about this position. Look forward to hearing from you!
Jon Fowlkes, REHSEnvironmental Health Supervisor II
Alamance County Health Department
(336) 570-6367 Ext. 10331
(336) 570-6362 (Fax)
Dare County has an opening for an Environmental Health Specialist. Please see attached information. Applications must be submitted through the Dare County website at http://www.darenc.com and include your transcripts.
Iredell County is actively seeking a Food Protection & Facilities Environmental Health Specialist!! Iredell County is a rapidly growing community from Lake Norman in the south to the Brushy Mountains in the north! The Iredell County Board of Commissioners is extremely “pro-employee”! For the past 2 fiscal years current employees were awarded generous salary increases based on performance and with the recent budget approval this will continue through fiscal year 2019/2020!!
In addition, Iredell County takes in to 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 the Environmental Health Specialist, currently authorized in food & lodging and actively working in another county!
Click on the link below to learn more and apply!
Brady Freeman, REHS
Environmental Health Director
Iredell County Public Health Department