Onsite Wastewater and Wells Position Haywood County NC

If you are seeking a career in the mountains of Western North Carolina, then please find the attached announcement for an Environmental Health Specialist position working in the Onsite Wastewater and Private Wells Program, at the Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency. Applications are available online at www.haywoodcountync.gov on the Human Resources page, through the local office of the Haywood County NC Career Center and in the Human Resources Department located on the 5th floor of the Historic Courthouse in Waynesville, NC. Thank you.

Garron Bradish, Environmental Health Supervisor

Haywood County Health and Human Services Agency

“Enhancing the health, safety, and full potential of our community.”

157 Paragon Parkway

Clyde, NC 28721

Phone: 828-356-2111

Fax: 828-452-6791

Email: Garron.Bradish@haywoodcountync.gov

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Wilkes County Onsite Waste Water and Private Drinking Well Position

Wilkes County is currently recruiting an Environmental Health Specialist to work in our On-site Waste Water and Private Drinking Water Well Programs. Wilkes County is located in the beautiful Foothills of North Carolina. Wilkes County will offer a competitive salary based on years of experience and current authorizations. This position is responsible for conducting inspections, permitting, education, enforcement, and consultation for the purpose of prevention of environmental health hazards and the promotion and protection of public health. There are opportunities for professional growth and advancement.

Benefits include: 7.5 hour work day, 37.5 hour work week, 2.5 % increases in pay with additional authorizations for cross training, vacation accrual determined by total number of years of service in the Local Government Retirement System, 7.5 hours of earned sick leave monthly, health, dental and life insurance at no cost to the employee, longevity based on years of service, county vehicles, paid holidays, Local Government Retirement, and a wellness benefit to keep the employee healthy.

All applicants should complete the PD 107 State Application and include a resume. Please submit to Human Resources at aedwards.

Angie Rhodes

Environmental Health Supervisor

Wilkes County Health Department

306 College Street

Wilkesboro, NC 28697

(336) 651-7530

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Durham County Environmental Health opening for a Registered Environmental Health Specialist

County of Durham

Department of Public Health

Environmental Health Division

Durham County Environmental Health has an opening for a Registered Environmental Health Specialist in the General Inspections Program (Position # 40009383)

Registered Environmental Health Specialist candidates with current State authorizations in food and lodging preferred. Additional State authorizations are desirable. Registered Environmental Health Specialist candidates with greater than two years of experience in environmental health are preferred. Salary is commensurate with experience. Program responsibilities of this position include inspection and enforcement of state and local environmental health laws, rules and regulations that apply to food services, lodging, institutions and day care centers. Computer use is essential with working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite and experience with Custom Data Processing software highly desirable. Ability to exercise sound judgment and deal tactfully with clients while enforcing public health laws is a must. Effective oral and written communication skills are highly desired.

Registered Environmental Health Specialist candidates with greater than two years of experience and with current State authorizations in food and lodging in environmental health are preferred.

Trainees may be considered. Trainee appointment requires graduation from a four-year college with 30 semester hours of course work in the physical or biological sciences. Trainee must be eligible to apply for registration as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist Intern within 60 days of employment. All applicants must possess a valid North Carolina driver’s license and a three-year acceptable driving record for operation of a county vehicle.

Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply!

Durham County benefits summary:

Durham County prides its self on giving its employees opportunities to pursue continuing education as well as offering a competitive starting salary based on experience and authorizations. The standard work week is 37.5 hours and a flexible work schedule is available (after employment probationary period). Durham County provides vehicles with an opportunity to park offsite. Durham County hasan excellent employee benefits package including; 100% County paid employee health dental and vision plans. LGRS members are also eligible for an additional 5% County contribution to a 401(k) supplemental retirement plan. There are three additional retirement plans offered for voluntary contributions.

Durham County provides an onsite employee wellness clinic for sick visits and prescription medications. As part of employee wellness program offerings there is an on-site fitness center that provides aerobics classes.

Durham County is a thriving, vibrant, diverse community with abundant opportunity for all residents to live, work, learn, play and grow. Come and see what Durham County has to offer you.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALIST $43,360 – $78,048 (Public Health – General Inspections)

Appointment Type: Regular

Date Posted: January 6th, 2020

Closing Date: Until filled

Position No.: (Position # 40009383)

Direct link to posting: https://careers.dconc.gov/job/Durham-ENVIRONMENTAL-HEALTH-SPECIALIST-40009383-NC-27701/619349500/

marc r. meyer, rehs |General Inspections Supervisor

Durham County Department of Public Health

Human Services Building – (2nd Floor) WS-2217

414 East Main Street

Durham, North Carolina 27701

Office (919) 560-7800 | Fax (919) 328-6219 | Desk (919) 560-7818

http://dcopublichealth.org/