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Registered Sanitarian or Sanitarian-in-Training

Full Time position with benefits

Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Health or related field which meets the
educational requirements set forth by the Ohio Sanitarian Registration Act (ORC 4736).
• Must be dependable, organized, and possess excellent communication skills.
• Must be willing to work outside and with homeowners
• Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
• Must have a valid Driver’s License, transportation and auto insurance.

80%   (1)  Performs routine and complex inspections, testing, sampling, plan review, and vector control duties in the following Environmental Health Programs: Food Service and Retail Food Operations, Vending, Schools, Camps, Public Swimming Pools and Spas, Private Water Systems, Sewage Treatment Systems, Solid Waste Disposal, Refuse hauling and/or Septage Hauling vehicles, Rabies Control (including shipment of specimen to lab for testing); investigates food-borne or other illnesses, public health nuisances, and safety hazards; conducts inspections of housing, water hauling vehicles, tattooing and body piercing, and smoke-free workplace complaints; collects water samples; performs routine tests according to established agency policy and procedures.  Good communication skills are necessary for educating and communicating with the public and regulated facilities.

 

15%  (2) Completes independently written inspection reports and investigation summaries in all of the Environmental Health Programs; completes routine reports, itineraries, mileage logs, time records, etc. thoroughly, accurately, and timely.

 

5%     (3)  Engages in a variety of training activities to develop knowledge and skills to perform public health enforcement activities and to conduct thorough inspections and complete concise reports on inspections;    attends formal environmental health training courses conducted by local, state, federal, and university agencies; attends agency, public, and professional environmental health meetings; participates in formal self-study environmental health programs; Provides education and consultation to community groups and the public in Environmental Health code requirements, operational processes, and best practices.

Please email resume and cover letter to traci.owens@darkecountyhealth.org or feel free to contact me with any questions