Sanitarian I or II
Livingston County Department of Public Health
August 22, 2013
September 6, 2013
$42,708 or $47,958
ABOUT THE POSITION
will mainly be focused the Food Service Protection Program, however may also
include evaluations in other programs such as, children's camps,
campgrounds, swimming pools, bathing beaches, water and sewage treatment
systems, long term and adult care facilities. The work includes: determining
compliance with various Michigan Public Health regulations and the local
sanitary code; preparing inspection reports that cite violations, document
deficiencies, and recommend improvements; and reviewing written plans
related to facility operation, construction design, and facility
corrections. Sanitarians may also conduct investigations of illness
outbreaks, or chemical exposures, and they respond to public health
nuisances, indoor air violation complaints and public health emergencies.
Registered Sanitarian (RS) or Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS)
with the National Environmental Health Association preferred. Entry level
applicants that do not have RS/REHS credentials must demonstrate eligibility
to sit for the National REHS exam.
Valid Driver's License and a good driving record.
Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Health or related field.
HOW TO APPLY
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