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Environmental Health Specialist I or II, DOE, DOQ



Job Description
Walla Walla Community Health Department is accepting applications for an Environmental Health Specialist I or II depending on qualifications and experience. Starting salary range is $3624.40/mo. to $3804.67/mo. for the EHS I and $3998.80/mo. to $4198.13/mo. for the EHS II. This position is full time, 40 hours per week with County benefits. Performs detailed professional environmental health enforcement and inspection duties using independent judgment and discretion to determine compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. Areas of responsibility are the programs of food protection, on-site sewage disposal, water supplies, solid waste handling, swimming pools, insect and rodent control, and epidemiology. Process permit applications, provide inspection reports, conduct food handling classes, consult and educate clients, participate in planning, training, and response to public health emergencies. BS Degree from accredited four-year college in environmental health, sanitary science, bacteriology, public health, biology, or other closely related science. Must have a minimum of 45 quarter hours or 30 semester hours of basic or natural sciences. Must have a valid driver’s license, access to insured vehicle during working hours. Certifications or registrations required at the time of hire or within three years of hire include registration as a Sanitarian with the Washington State Board of Registered Sanitarians, Certificate of Competency as a On-site Wastewater Treatment Systems Inspector, issued by the Washington State Department of Licensing if applicable, and Certification by the Washington State Department of Health as qualified to conduct public water system sanitary surveys if applicable. Bilingual English/Spanish preferred. Please include copies of college transcripts with application. See the job description at: www.co.walla-walla.wa.us for the complete list of qualifications and essential job functions. Application, resume and cover letter required. Open until filled. EEO/ADA








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