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Registered Environmental Health Specialist (PT) – Princeton Health Department

The Princeton Health Department is seeking a part-time licensed Registered Environmental Health Specialist. The position may require evening and/or weekend activities. NJ Department of Health licensure as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) is required. Candidates must submit a cover letter and resume via mail or email to:


Jeffrey C. Grosser, MHS, Health Officer

Princeton Health Department

One Monument Drive

Princeton, NJ 08540

Email: jgrosser@princetonnj.gov

Please no telephone inquiries.

Added: 9/14/2019

Registered Environmental Health Specialist - Hamilton Township (Mercer County)

Definition - Under direction, performs sanitary inspection and environmental health work involving in the enforcement of relevant sanitary, environmental, and public health laws and rules within Hamilton Township, Mercer County, NJ.

Example of Work – Conduct inspections/investigations, research, and surveys to enforce sanitary codes and public health laws. Documents case finding and collects evidence in preparation of corrective action.

Licenses - Must possess a valid NJ driver’s license & Registered Environmental Health Specialist license issued by NJDOH.

Additional certifications/licenses such as Lead Inspector/Rick Assessor and Certified Pool Operator are preferred.

Hamilton residents preferred.

Salary: starts at $65,524.

Please email resume to Louis Guarino, Personnel Officer lguarino@hamiltonnj.com or Jeff Plunkett, Health Officer, jplunkett@hamiltonnj.com.

Application for employment can be found on our website at www.hamiltonnj.com.

Added: 8/26/2019

Registered Environmental Health Specialist or Trainee - Burlington County Health Department

The Burlington County Health Department is seeking to hire a licensed Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS). This position will primarily support the Consumer Health Program. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: investigation of complaints and enforcement of state and local codes regarding retail food establishments, public recreational bathing facilities, body-art facilities, youth camp facilities, and other NJDOH mandated inspections responsibilities.

Possession of a valid Registered Environmental Health Specialist License issued by the NJ Department of Health and Senior Services preferred. Trainees must be eligible to sit for the REHS exam and receive their license within one year of being hired.

A full job description can be found at https://info.csc.state.nj.us/jobspec/03097.htm (Licensed REHS) and https://info.csc.state.nj.us/jobspec/03101.htm (Trainee)

The position will be 40 hours Monday-Friday with an on-call rotation of holidays and weekends as needed. Burlington County residency required within one year of employment.

Licensed REHS position starts at $43,411 and REHS trainee starts at $38,589.

Interested candidates should email cover letter and resume to applications@co.burlington.nj.us by August 30, 2019.

Please list "REHS" in the subject line of the email.

The Burlington County Health Department has immediate openings for following three positions. For all positions, individuals must already reside in or relocate to Burlington County within one year of employment.

Added: 8/19/2019

Environmental Health Specialist - Burlington County Health Department

The Burlington County Health Department is seeking to hire an Environmental Health Specialist (EHS). This position will primarily support the County Environmental Health Act (CEHA) programs. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: investigation of complaints and enforcement of state and local codes regarding air, water, soil and other environmental health concerns. The position is also a part of the county HAZMAT team and would be responsible for responding to hazardous material incidents within the county.

A full job description can be found at https://info.csc.state.nj.us/jobspec/07528.htm.

The position will be 40 hours Monday-Friday with an on-call rotation of holidays and weekends as needed. Burlington County residency required within one year of employment.

Starting salary for the position is $44,099.

Interested candidates should email cover letter and resume to applications@co.burlington.nj.us by August 30, 2019. Please list "EHS" in the subject line of the email.

The Burlington County Health Department has immediate openings for following three positions. For all positions, individuals must already reside in or relocate to Burlington County within one year of employment.

Added: 8/19/2019

Senior Housing Inspector - Burlington County Health Department

The Burlington County Health Department is seeking to hire Senior Housing Inspector. The primary responsibility of this position is investigating environmental causes of lead cases and responding to public health housing and nuisance complaints.

A Lead Inspector/Risk Assessor certification is preferred but not required.

A full job description can be found at https://info.csc.state.nj.us/jobspec/03368.htm.

Starting salary for the position is $40,655.

Interested candidates should email cover letter and resume to applications@co.burlington.nj.us by August 30, 2019. Please list "Housing Inspector" in the subject line of the email.

The Burlington County Health Department has immediate openings for following three positions. For all positions, individuals must already reside in or relocate to Burlington County within one year of employment.

Added:8/19/2019

Field Representative, Health Education (F/T) – Morris County Office of Health Management

The Morris County Office of Health Management has a fulltime opening for a Field Representative, Health Education. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university in health education, community health, nursing, or public health is required. A certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) credential or a baccalaureate degree in one of the aforementioned majors which permits admittance to the CHES examination is preferred. Interested candidates must submit a cover letter and resume via mail, fax, or email to:

Carlos Perez, Jr., Ph.D., Health Officer

County of Morris, Office of Health Management,

P.O. Box 300, Morristown, NJ 07963-0900;

Fax: (973) 631-5490; Email: cperez@co.morris.nj.us.

Please no telephone inquiries.

Added:8/15/2019

Registered Environmental Health Specialist (PT) –County of Morris, Office of Health Management

The County of Morris, Office of Health Management is seeking a part-time licensed Registered Environmental Health Specialist. The position may require evening and/or weekend activities. NJ Department of Health licensure as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) is required. Certification as a NJ Lead Inspector/Risk Assessor, Hazardous Materials Technician 80 hour course, and/or Certified Pool Operator (CPO) credential a plus. Interested candidates must submit a cover letter and resume via mail, fax, or email to:

Carlos Perez, Jr., Ph.D., Health Officer

County of Morris, Office of Health Management,

P.O. Box 300, Morristown, NJ 07963-0900;

Fax: (973) 631-5490; Email: cperez@co.morris.nj.us.

Please no telephone inquiries.

Added:8/15/2019

Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) Trainee  - Passaic County

Qualified individuals must possess a valid REHS license issued by the New Jersey Department of Health as well as a driver’s license valid in the state of New Jersey. This position, as part of a training program, assists the REHS in conducting sanitary, environmental, and public health inspections, and other related work as required.

Interested applicants must submit a resume, along with a letter of interest, to:

Charlene W. Gungil, Director/Health Officer

18 Clark Street

Paterson, NJ 07055

or email Charleneg@Passaiccountynj.org

Passaic County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Added: 8/14/2019

Registered Environmental Health Specialist- Hamilton Township (Mercer County)

Under direction, performs sanitary inspection and environmental health work involving in the enforcement of relevant sanitary, environmental, and public health laws and rules within Hamilton Township, Mercer County, NJ.

Conduct inspections/investigations, research, and surveys to enforce sanitary codes and public health laws. Documents case finding and collects evidence in preparation of corrective action.

Licenses - Must possess a valid NJ driver’s license & Registered Environmental Health Specialist license issued by NJ DOH.

Additional certifications/licenses such as Lead Inspector/Rick Assessor and Certified Pool Operator are preferred.

Hamilton residents preferred.

Salary: starts at $65,524.

Added: 8/14/2019

Registered Environmental Health Specialist- Full-time

The Village of Ridgewood Health Department is seeking a New Jersey licensed full-time Registered Environmental Health Specialist. The applicant must hold a valid New Jersey driver’s license. Under the direction of the Health Officer, responsibilities include, but are not limited to; retail food inspections, recreational bathing inspections, youth camp inspections, plan review, complaint investigations and enforcement of state and local codes. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Please email resumes by August 21, 2019 to Dawn Cetrulo, Health Officer at dcetrulo@ridgewoodnj.net

Added: 7/31/2019

Registered Environmental Health Specialist- Full-time - Bernards Township and five contractual towns

HOURS/WEEK: 40

PRINCIPAL DUTIES:

Performs responsible professional work in promoting and protecting public health through education, consultation and enforcement of federal, state, and local health laws and regulations. Highly responsible and investigative position requiring the enforcement of relevant public health laws within 6 municipalities. Outside work throughout entire year in potentially hazardous conditions such as construction sites, treacherous terrain, and inclement weather. Travel on a daily basis or as needed throughout Bernards Township and five contractual towns.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Attendance at Board of Health meetings in Bernards Township/contractual towns representing the Health Department. Assist with data compilation for monthly Health Officer’s Report. Issue summons and court appearances and testimony as required. Investigation of environmental health complaints, enforcement action as necessary including violation notices and enforcement of Public Health codes and regulations. Conduct lead investigations and follow ups. Witness soil investigation procedures. Inspection of onsite sewage disposal systems; design review and approval. (N.J.A.C. 7:9A). Review site plans for new food establishments that adhere to Chapter 24 regulations. Food establishment inspections, issuance of sanitary ratings, procedure review. Temporary event inspections on weekends or after hours. Witnessing installation of wells for potable and nonpotable sources. Involvement and program coordination with surface and groundwater contamination and pollution problems. Provide education and information on a variety of environmental and other housing problems, e.g.: water, radon, mold, etc. Inspection of public recreational bathing facilities. Inspection of tanning salons. Inspections of kennels/pet shops. Investigation of rodent and pest control problems, suggestion of abatement procedures. Conducts epidemiological investigations and surveillance of communicable disease control. Investigation of food borne outbreaks and issuance of food embargos when necessary, involvement with food product recalls. Assistance in operation in local health clinics and prevention programs. Inspection of youth camps. Inspection of daycare centers. Maintain liaison with local boards of health in all areas of environmental health. Responding to emergency health situations in case of fire, flood, hazardous spills and other emergencies.

On-call Roster occasional weekends/evenings.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Education: Graduation with a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in environmental health and biology related field.

Experience: Requires a minimum of 1-3 years experience in REHS work involving the enforcement of relevant public health laws.

Licensing &/or Certifications: Must have valid NJ sanitarians license as a REHS. Valid NJ Drivers license required. Special Requirements: Certification as a Lead Inspector, Certified Pool Operator or NJ Pesticide Applicator is preferred or required as part of the job. Spanish speaking a plus.

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CONTACT:

Forward your resume to Lucy A. Forgione, Health Officer, 262 S. Finley Avenue, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920. Fax: 908-204-3075, or e-mail: lforgione@bernards.org. All resumes will be reviewed and only those applicants chosen to move forward in the hiring process will be contacted.

Added: 7/30/2019

The National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) - Director of Program and Partnership Development 

NEHA' s mission is to advance the environmental health professional for the purpose of providing a healthful environment for all. Be part of an organization that supports thousands of members committed to ensuring that the air we breathe, food we eat, water we drink and play in, and the homes and buildings we live and work in are all safe to enjoy. Since 1937 NEHA has been at the crossroads wherever human health and the environment intersect. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, through grant and membership support, NEHA works with federal partners such as the EPA, CDC and FDA on critical and diverse issues such as climate change, food safety, water quality, preparedness and more.

About the Role

The Program and Partnership Development (PPD) Department secures resources and creates and disseminates educational products for the environmental health profession. The department also implements the National Environmental Health Internship Program; creates policy statements; publishes peer-refereed journal articles; interfaces with member program committees; and creates, implements and evaluates programs. The Director is a core member of the NEHA Leadership Team and a thought leader on internal and external talent development. The Director is expected to increase the association's capacity to develop training, capacity building content, and other resources to support the practice of environmental health. The Director is also responsible for providing overall leadership and vision for the department and ensuring programs are implemented according to applicable rules governing their funding.

Through a collaborative approach, the Director will lead grant writing and revenue generation for the association, particularly for programs; cultivate, sustain, and manage key organizational partnerships; develop a strategy for program expansion; and supervise staff. The Director will work closely with internal and external partners, including other national organizations; funders; academia and others.

Additionally, the Director will partner with other national partners doing work in environmental and public health to share resources and ensure alignment across programs.

This position is located in either Denver, CO or Washington, DC. This position requires work on evenings and weekends and travel up to 30% of the year.

What You’ll Do

Program Oversight (30%)

  • Monitor progress of programs to ensure outputs and outcomes are achieved according to established timelines.
  • Coordinate with NEHA Leadership Team to create and implement internal systems.
  • Create and manage annual department budget.
  • Collaborate with staff across NEHA to identify and implement new projects and opportunities.
  • Ensure programs are responsive to professional community needs and continually integrate the practitioner voice into program planning and project development.

Fundraising and Development (30%)

  • Identify potential funding sources and determines if NEHA should apply.
  • Support development and implementation of fundraising strategy for programs.
  • Lead grant writing process for programs.
  • Partner with NEHA Leadership Team to cultivate and manage relationships with existing and potential funders.

Staff Supervision and Support (20%)

  • Provide direct supervision to staff: set annual goals and objectives and perform annual appraisals; lead team meetings; conduct site visits; and observe trainings led by program staff and managers.
  • Support the recruitment, hiring, and training of new department staff.
  • Create conditions under which staff can reach their full professional potential.

Community Building and Partnership Management (15%)

  • Build and manage relationships with national and regional partners as well as current and potential funders to support program growth and replication.
  • Develop and implement strategies to maximize NEHA's thought leadership opportunities.

Additional Duties as Assigned (5%)

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to occasionally lift 25 lbs. or less.
  • Ability to sit and stand for extended periods of time.
  • Manual dexterity required for operating office equipment.
  • Ability to read required reports and computer screen.
  • Hearing required to interact with management and associates.

Our Ideal Candidate

Education and experience:

  • Advanced degree in Environmental Health, Public Health, Policy, Administration or related field.

Doctorate preferred.

  • At least 10 years of supervisory and talent development experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to secure and administer large multiyear federal grants and contracts.

Skills, abilities, and character:

  • Proficiency in MS Office and Adobe Acrobat.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Strong writing skills.
  • Organizational and problem-solving skills.
  • Professional presentations/publications skills.
  • Commitment to NEHA Mission.

What We Offer

The salary range for this position is $100,000 - $125,000 dependent on experience and qualifications. We offer a generous benefits package including paid time off and health, dental, and vision plans with employee premiums paid 100% by the association. Our benefits also include a five percent of base salary employer contribution to 403b retirement plan; paid short and long-term disability plans and paid term life insurance. We offer workplace flexibility including telework and a wellness program led by an employee committee that strives to inspire, create and maintain a workplace environment that supports physical, mental, and social well-being.

When Considering Applicants

When considering applicants, we look for integrity, a vision for what is possible and a proven performance record, along with the education, experience and skills that match the position requirements.

Equal Opportunity Employer

To Apply

Submit your resume and cover letter here.

Added: 7/19/2019

CLINIC NURSE -PER DIEM - FT & PT - City of Newark

Opening Date: July 12, 2019

Closing Date: July 31, 2019

Salary: $32.58/HR.

Location: Health Department

Submit Resume and Cover Letter to: Elizabeth Plange-Kaye, Director of Nursing

kayee@ci.newark.nj.us

REQUIREMENTS

Newark, the largest municipality in New Jersey with a population of approximately 282,000 residents, is seeking a Clinic Nurse/Public Health Nurse within the Department of Health and Community Wellness, Division of Environmental Health/Lead. Under direction, the Clinic Nurse will in a clinic, first aid unit, or other setting, provide nursing services on a regular or emergency basis; and do other related work such as home visits to the clients’ home address, work collaboratively with child’s pediatrician and other regulatory agencies.

CLINIC NURSE

EXAMPLES OF WORK:

  • Prepares patients for examinations and treatments.
  • Aids physician with examinations and treatments of patients.
  • Applies dressings and assists in application of plaster casts.
  • Gives therapeutic treatments as directed by a physician.
  • Instructs patients in the use of functional educational appliances.
  • Performs as operating nurse.
  • Maintains clinic equipment, instruments and supplies.
  • Takes and maintains patient histories.
  • Interprets the findings and directions of physicians to patients.
  • Maintains clinical records and reports.
  • Provides initial first aid measures to employees and the public when

accidents and/or illness occur.

  • Makes patients comfortable and, when required, summons medical assistance, including ambulance service.
  • Maintains infirmary and/or first aid areas in a clean, sanitary and orderly manner.
  • Will be required to learn to utilize various types of electronic and/or manual recording and information systems used by the agency, office, or related units.

REQUIREMENTS:

LICENSE:

Current and valid registration as a professional nurse in the State of New Jersey.

LICENSE:

Appointees will be required to possess a driver's license valid in NJ only if the operation of a vehicle, rather than employee mobility, is necessary to perform essential duties of the position.

INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS

Candidate will be hired without city-sponsored medical and dental insurance, and prescription drug plan. Depending upon performance and management decision, the candidate may be provided the participation in the city-sponsored medical, dental and prescription drug insurance plan.

THE CITY OF NEWARK IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER

Added: 7/19/2019

Health Officer - City of Newark

Opening Date: July 9, 2019

Closing Date: July 31, 2019

Location: Health Department

POSITION DESCRIPTION

REQUIREMENTS

Newark, the largest municipality in New Jersey with a population of approximately 282,000 residents, is seeking a Health Officer. The Health Officer is the chief operating officer for public health and the manager of the Divisions of Surveillance and Prevention & Environmental Health, the public health division within the Department of Health and Community Wellness. Responsibilities include: Direct enforcement of public health laws that protect health and ensure safety; Direct the emergency preparedness and response for the Division; Oversee the operations and budgets of all services within the Division of Surveillance and Prevention: communicable disease, emergency preparedness, MMRS, health education, childhood and adult immunization program, epidemiology, environmental inspections, Vital Statistics, WIC; Plan, develop, coordinate and direct the work of the health division; Manage a staff of approximately 60 employees and budgets of $10 million (operating and grants) in the Division; Recommend local public health policy.

EDUCATION: Master’s in public health, health administration or related field.

EXPERIENCE: Candidates must have at least three (3) years’ experience in managing a public health department in an urban setting or a similar quasi government public health entity such as a federally qualified health center.

SUBSTITUTION: Applicants who do not possess the required education may substitute additional work experience as described on a year-for-year basis.

LICENSE: Possession of a valid Health Officer’s license issued by the New Jersey Department of Health and possession of a valid New Jersey driver’s license.

INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS

Employees are eligible for participation various voluntary benefits programs and for city-sponsored medical insurance, dental insurance and a prescription drug plan; and are required to participate in the retirement program.

Submit Resume

and Cover Letter to: Irene Fryer Alton, Personnel Services Manager

fryeri@ci.newark.nj.us

THE CITY OF NEWARK IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER

Added: 7/17/2019

Full-time Retail Food Safety Specialist - Quality Assurance Division- Wakefern Food Corp.

Wakefern Food Corp. is seeking a full-time Retail Food Safety Specialist in the Quality Assurance Division. As a member of the Quality Assurance Division team you will be responsible for conducting a variety of gap assessments and validation audits in retail stores to ensure accuracy and effectiveness of third party inspections as well as assist the stores and members in implementing long term, sustainable corrective actions through a variety of training programs.

Additional responsibilities will include: conducting Certified Food Protection Manager training, designing and implementing specialized guidance documents and supporting training programs to support Division initiatives, programs and retail needs, acting as a liaison between retail stores and regulatory bodies, respond to all store emergencies during and after business hours (e.g., fires, power failures, refrigeration loss, floods, etc.), follow up on consumer complaints requiring store level contacts, provide guidance to retail regarding proper pest control and prevention programs.

To be considered a candidate, an Applicant must meet the minimum qualifications of the posting.

1. Four year degree in Food Science, Environmental Health or similar field is required.

2. Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) or equivalent certification is required.

3. Experience conducting a range of food safety training programs, including 8 hour and 16 hour food safety certification classes is strongly desired.

4. Experience developing and creating product work flow procedures, guidance documents and sanitation standard operating procedures (SSOP’s) is preferred.

5. Must be able to demonstrate a high level of customer service, confidentiality and have the ability to interface with all levels of Wakefern / ShopRite Associates.

6. Well developed oral and written communications skills with proven ability to interface with FDA, USDA and State regulators.

7. Must have a valid driver’s license. Flexibility with regard to travel throughout our trading area.

Interested candidates should submit resumes via email at: gwrecruiter@wakefern.com

Or contact:

Roberto Cortorreal

610-336-2446

Human Resources Generalist

Wakefern Food Corporation

Added: 7/15/2019

Regional Corporate Food Safety Specialist -Full-time

Negotiable with impressive salary and bonus structure

Paid Vacation, 401K, Health Insurance, Bonus etc.

ehahr@ehagroup.com

www.ehagroup.com

EHA Consulting Group, Inc. is a comprehensive food safety and public health consulting group with emphasis in the prevention of food borne diseases. Our mission is to provide our clients with the highest level of consulting, HACCP-based inspectional services and training. Our highly qualified team of consultants is key to this mission. We are looking for qualified individuals with a passion for food safety and environmental health to join our rapidly growing team . Over 35 years, EHA Consulting Group has developed a national and international reputation for assisting companies to prevent foodborne diseases and regulatory compliance through routine inspections, laboratory surveillance, management and employee training.

Multiple positions are available for energetic food safety professionals who are interested in a rewarding career in the private sector of food safety and public health. This is a home-based employment opportunity. Openings are in Southern California, North Carolina (Winston Salem/ Greensboro/Raleigh Region), NYC Metro, Chicago (Midwest Region) and New England Region . The ability to work independently with minimal supervision and within a vast array of foodservice/processing environments is a must. Job duties will include HACCP-based inspections of corporate retail food establishments and commercial food processing plants.

Responsibilities:

  • Self-manage quarterly assignments/inspectional list of food safety inspections. Perform HACCP based food safety inspections. And complete reporting both electronically in applications as

well as on tablets

  • Capability to perform task-oriented training during inspections to resolve critical observations.
  • Collect food and water samples for microbiological analysis.

Minimum Qualifications:

Applicant must have a bachelor's degree with a minimum of 30 credits in the sciences and a thorough knowledge of food safety and HACCP principles. National/State RE HS/RS credential is required . At least 2 years of retail, manufacturing, processing, food safety and/or retail food service/regulatory food safety auditing experience is required . Excellent computer skills with MS Excel, PowerPoint and Word .

Applicant must be able to communicate effectively in writing and orally. Significant overnight travel is required . Applicant must be a U.S. citizen .

Added: 7/1/2019

Bilingual Public Health Nurse Job Spec- code 07186- Nursing Division; of the County of Bergen Health Services

The County of Bergen is seeking a full-time nurse, to be a part of an experienced Public Health Nursing Division. The successful candidate shall be able to administer core public health functions as defined and the delivery of the “10 essential public health services,” as set forth at N.J.A.C. 8:52-3.2(a) 1 through 10. Providing lead poisoning-screening, advocacy and case management, to our Bergen County pediatric residents.

Candidates must have a baccalaureate degree in nursing from an accredited college or university and hold a current license to practice as a registered professional nurse by the New Jersey State Board of Nursing. Excellent communication and computer skills are required to meet the demands of County of Bergen Health Department. Special skill: bilingual in Spanish and English. (able to read, write, speak, understand, or communicate in Spanish and English to perform the duties of this position). Interested candidates shall send a cover letter and resume to:

Noemi Dominguez, RN, MSN Director of Public Health Nursing

One Bergen Plaza

Hackensack, NJ, 07601

Email- ndominguez@co.bergen.nj.us

Added: 6/26/2019

Registered Environmental Health Specialist – Per diem

The Borough of Ringwood Health Department is seeking a per diem Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS). Qualified candidates include those individuals who have a valid NJ driver’s license and a valid NJ REHS license. Under the direction of the Health Officer, responsibilities include, but are not limited to: investigation of complaints and enforcement of state and local codes regarding public health nuisances, retail food establishments, communicable disease, onsite sewage disposal systems, potable water systems, public recreational bathing facilities, youth facilities and pet shops/kennels.

Successful candidates should have strong communication and writing skills and must be proficient at both written and electronic field reporting methods.

This position is a per diem position.

Send resume and cover letter to Kathleen Skrobala, Health Officer at kskrobala@ringwoodnj.net

Added: 6/24/2019

Registered Environmental Health Specialist – Full-Time - Warren County Health Department

Starting Salary at Step 1: $48,143

The Warren County Health Department is looking to hire a Full-Time Registered Environmental Health Specialist. If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your resume to the Personnel Department, Wayne Dumont, Jr. Administration Building, 165 Route 519S, Belvidere, NJ 07823. Resumes may also be emailed to Peter Summers at psummers@co.warren.nj.us.

Job Duties: Conduct sanitary inspection and environmental health work involving in the enforcement of relevant sanitary, environmental, and public health laws and rules within the concerned jurisdiction; conducts inspections, investigations, and educational outreach activities; performs other related duties as required and/or necessary. Must serve as a member of the HazMat response team and perform on-call duty assignments after hours.

The job specifications can be found at: https://info.csc.state.nj.us/jobspec/03097.htm

Pursuant to the New Jersey First Act, all applicants not currently employed by Warren County must be New Jersey residents

Added: 6/18/2019

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Jobs will be posted for a maximum of 60 days

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