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For details, please contact HR at MMDHD by phone, fax, or email:

Phone: 989-831-3633
Fax: 989-831-5522
Email: hr@mmdhd.org

 

Current Vacancies

Environmental Health Specialist I/II, Full-time Position

Mid-Michigan District Health Department

 

Job Posting Date:            March 21, 2017

Application Deadline:     April 11, 2017

 

Mid-Michigan District Health Department has an opening for a full-time Environmental Health Specialist I/II to provide public health services based on the core competency and essential functions of public health. This position’s base will be in the Clinton Branch Office located in St. Johns and will be expected to work district-wide. This position will work under the supervision of theEnvironmental Health Supervisor.

 

General Description of Responsibilities:

 

Qualified applicant will be assuring compliance with applicable state and local laws and regulations; providing public education; reviewing plans; forming and maintaining positive relationships with community partners; and applying critical thinking/problem solving skills.  Applicant will be responsible for inspecting, and evaluating premises and establishments of public health significance such as food service establishments, public swimming pools, public campgrounds, on-site water supplies and on-site sewage disposal systems.  Daily physical activity is typically required. Primary program assignments will include the Food Safety and Education Program, Sewage Disposal Management Program and the Water Quality Program.      

 

Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health, Biology, or related fields 
  • Ability to utilize varied technologies and Microsoft Office programs; as well as excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Valid Michigan Driver’s License
  • Physical Requirements:  Sitting; standing; kneeling; bending and twisting; lifting to a maximum of fifty (50) pounds.  Able to appropriately utilize Environmental Health equipment such as augers, probes, etc.
  • Registration as a Sanitarian in Michigan or with the National Environmental Health Association desired
  • Certified by a MDARD Standardized Field Trainer or ability to be standardized for evaluating food service establishments within 6 months desired

 

Hourly Wage Range – $19.49 – $23.76 / $21.23 – $25.88

 

Qualified applicants may submit a cover letter and resume along with a completed employment application that may be downloaded from our Agency website at www.mmdhd.org under – About MMDHD/Employment and send to: Mid-Michigan District Health Department, Attn: Human Resources, 615 N. State St., Suite 2, Stanton, MI  48888 or e-mail: hr@mmdhd.org by April 11, 2017.  EOE.

 

 

 

Environmental Health Specialist I/II, Full-time Position

Mid-Michigan District Health Department

 

Job Posting Date:            March 21, 2017

Application Deadline:     April 11, 2017

 

Mid-Michigan District Health Department has an opening for a full-time Environmental Health Specialist I/II to provide public health services based on the core competency and essential functions of public health. This position’s base will be in the Montcalm Branch Office in Stanton and will be expected to work district-wide. This position will work under the supervision of theEnvironmental Health Supervisor.

 

General Description of Responsibilities:

 

Qualified applicant will be assuring compliance with applicable state and local laws and regulations; providing public education; reviewing plans; forming and maintaining positive relationships with community partners; and applying critical thinking/problem solving skills.  Applicant will be responsible for inspecting, and evaluating premises and establishments of public health significance such as food service establishments, public swimming pools, public campgrounds, on-site water supplies and on-site sewage disposal systems.  Daily physical activity is typically required. Primary program assignments will include the Food Safety and Education Program, Sewage Disposal Management Program and the Water Quality Program.      

 

Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health, Biology, or related fields 
  • Ability to utilize varied technologies and Microsoft Office programs; as well as excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Valid Michigan Driver’s License
  • Physical Requirements:  Sitting; standing; kneeling; bending and twisting; lifting to a maximum of fifty (50) pounds.  Able to appropriately utilize Environmental Health equipment such as augers, probes, etc.
  • Registration as a Sanitarian in Michigan or with the National Environmental Health Association desired
  • Certified by a MDARD Standardized Field Trainer or ability to be standardized for evaluating food service establishments within 6 months desired

 

Hourly Wage Range – $19.49 – $23.76 / $21.23 – $25.88

 

Qualified applicants may submit a cover letter and resume along with a completed employment application that may be downloaded from our Agency website at www.mmdhd.org under – About MMDHD/Employment and send to: Mid-Michigan District Health Department, Attn: Human Resources, 615 N. State St., Suite 2, Stanton, MI  48888 or e-mail: hr@mmdhd.org by April 11, 2017.  EOE.

 

This position includes but is not limited to the following specific duties for the Environmental Health Specialist I/II vacancy dated March 21, 2017:

 

Contract Deliverables (prioritized)

 

  1. Coordinate County Recycling – coordination with vendor for recycling pick up, coordination with site location hosts, and monitoring of the sites for cleanliness and misuse.  Routine visits to the collection sites are required.  Also prepare the bid documents and review the bids for recycling services for a recommendation to the Solid Waste Committee. 
  2. Manage E-Waste Collection – includes ongoing coordination such as vendor bids, coordination with vendor for pick up, and monitoring of the site for cleanliness and misuse. Coordinate collection of applicable fees and providing monthly program/cost report. 
  3. Solid Waste Management Planning Committee – includes meeting coordination, agenda and minute formation, and presentation of events, results, initiatives. Present updates on program activities with a coordinators report.   
  4. Maintaining Positive Relationships with Municipalities, City and Village Managers, DPW staff, business owners, and Township Officials to assure continuity of the resource recovery events as well as assure positive impacts of the program. 
  5. Responding to Public/County Resident program inquiries – includes responding and providing any and all information regarding the program and its recycling opportunities.
  6. Coordinate County HHW Collection Events – may include up to 2 collection events per contract period.  Event coordination includes location, vendor bids, volunteer management, event promotion and event participation. 
  7. Public Education – education presentations to community stakeholders is desired.  Past examples include Career Showcases, Leadership Montcalm, Radio Spots, Fair, Festivals, and schools.

Additional District-Wide duties as assigned.