Employment Opportunities

The Holmes County General Health District

Employment Opportunities

Here at the Holmes County General Health District, we are always looking for qualified persons to join our team!

HCGHD prides itself on diversity in the workforce and attempts to hire individuals who are reflective of the population that we serve.

Additionally, HCGHD is an equal opportunity employer and provider of services.  Individuals with unique qualifications such as bi-lingual skills are highly encouraged to apply.

If you're interested in applying for these positions,  please fill out our online application, or you can submit your cover letter, resume, and application in person or by mail to 85 N Grant Street Suite B, or you can email info@holmeshealth.org You can download or print a paper copy of our employment application here.

Job Opportunities Available at this Time

Full-time (1.0 FTE)  Environmental Health Sanitarian/Sanitarian-in-Training (Sewage Program)

Under the general supervision of the Environmental Health Director, the Environmental Health Sanitarian/Sanitarian-in-Training will function as part of the Environmental Health (EH) team.  The Sanitarian/Sanitarian-in-Training will be responsible for independently and effectively conducting inspections and providing education and training as a strategy to achieve compliance of regulated entities pertinent to environmental health codes and healthy practices.  The enforcement of codes will be done consistently across settings and respectfully across populations.

Primary duties will include: 

  • conducting HB 110 contract inspections to determine compliance with Ohio Revised Code Chapter 6111 and Ohio EPA rules, permit conditions and guidance concerning the installation, maintenance, operations of semi-public wastewater disposal systems within the health district
  • consulting with owners/operators of semi-public wastewater disposal systems and acting as liaison with Ohio EPA Division of Surface Water district personnel
  • conducting inspections to determine compliance with Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3701-29 for the installation, operation, and maintenance of residential and small flow on-site sewage treatment systems
  • educating and consulting with the public on public health issues relating to sewage
  • investigating nuisance complaints to assist in the prevention and elimination of hazards to the health of the public

Duties may also include the inspection and enforcement of:  food service operations and retail food establishments; private water systems; public swimming pools and spas; campgrounds; animal biting incidents; and other environmental health programs as assigned by the Environmental Health Director.

Essential duties and Core Competencies are included in the position descriptions for Registered Sanitarians and Sanitarians-in-Training adopted by the Holmes County General Health District Board of Health.  Position descriptions are available below.

Qualified candidates must possess: a Bachelor's degree in environmental health, biology, or other science-related field of study; a certificate of registration as a Sanitarian or Sanitarian-in-Training issued by the director of the Ohio Department of Health; a valid Ohio driver's license; and proof of insurance. 

The successful candidate must:  be highly motivated; able to effectively communicate orally and in writing; able to function independently; and have a working knowledge of basic computer skills.  The successful candidate must also possess a valid driver’s license with a satisfactory driving record and be insurable.  

 

Full-time (1.0 FTE)  Environmental Health Sanitarian/Sanitarian-in-Training (Food Program)

Under the general supervision of the Environmental Health Director, the Environmental Health Sanitarian/Sanitarian-in-Training will function as part of the Environmental Health (EH) team.  The Sanitarian/Sanitarian-in-Training will be responsible for independently and effectively conducting inspections and providing education and training as a strategy to achieve compliance of regulated entities pertinent to environmental health codes and healthy practices.  The enforcement of codes will be done consistently across settings and respectfully across populations.

Primary duties will include: 

  • The inspection and enforcement of food service operations and retail food establishments to determine compliance with the Ohio Uniform Food Code;
  • The inspection and enforcement of public swimming pools and spas to determine compliance with rules specified in OAC 3701-31;
  • The inspection and enforcement of resident camps and campgrounds to determine compliance with rules specified in OAC 3701-25 and OAC 3701-26;
  • educating and consulting with the public on public health issues relating to food service operations and retail food establishments, public swimming pools and spas, and resident camps and campgrounds;
  • investigating nuisance complaints to assist in the prevention and elimination of hazards to the health of the public

Duties may also include the inspection and enforcement of:  residential and small flow on-site sewage treatment systems; private water systems; animal biting incidents; body art facilities; and other environmental health programs as assigned by the Environmental Health Director.

Essential duties and Core Competencies are included in the position descriptions for Registered Sanitarians and Sanitarians-in-Training adopted by the Holmes County General Health District Board of Health.  Position descriptions are available upon request.

Qualified candidates must possess: a Bachelor's degree in environmental health, biology, or other science-related field of study; a certificate of registration as a Sanitarian or Sanitarian-in-Training issued by the director of the Ohio Department of Health; a valid Ohio driver's license; and proof of insurance. 

The successful candidate must:  be highly motivated; able to effectively communicate orally and in writing; able to function independently; and have a working knowledge of basic computer skills.  The successful candidate must also possess a valid driver’s license with a satisfactory driving record and be insurable.  

 

Applicants interested in either of these positions may submit a cover letter and resume to: 

Jon M. Croup, R.S.

Director of Environmental Health

Holmes County General Health District

85 North Grant Street, Suite B

Millersburg, OH  44654

(330) 674-5035

jcroup@holmeshealth.org

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. The Holmes County General Health District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Job Description for Sanitarian

Job Description for Sanitarian-In-Training

Public Health Core Competencies

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Address

85 N. Grant Street Suite B, Millersburg, OH 44654

Phone

330-674-5035

FAX

330-674-2528

Email

info@holmeshealth.org

Hours

Monday thru Friday 8:00 - 4:30