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Job Opening - Closes 5/12/18

Environmental Health Specialist 1

Eastern Idaho Public Health has a full time opening for an Environmental Health Specialist 1 in the Rexburg office. The incumbent will provide services in the Madison and Fremont County Septic and Land Development Programs.
Position:  Environmental Health Specialist 1
Hours: Part time (24 hours a week)

Open for Recruitment: 

Closes at 5:00 p.m. April 16, 2018
Salary Range: $16.35 + depending on education and experience
Location:  Salmon



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For More Info:

Call 533-3162 or email hr@eiph.idaho.gov

  • Incumbents learn to utilize environmental and public health statutes, rules, ordinances, policies, procedures, and processes, as well as how to determine the existence and cause of environmental health risks, violations, recommend solutions and corrective actions, and ensure compliance through education, negotiation, warning letters, permit suspensions, recovations, and embargoes.
  • Incumbents learn and utilize processes to collect, analyze, and test, food, water, soil, air, and other material samples to determine pollution or contamination during inspections, surveys, and investigations of food establishments, water supplies, day care facilities, solid waste and sewage disposal systems, land development and recreation sites, and respond to public health emergencies; learns and utilizes training to operate and maintain testing equipment, instruments and detection devices utilized during inspection and data analysis.
  • Incumbents learn and apply fundamental processes to review plans and specifications for food establishments, subdivisions, land development, solid waste facilities, and individual and community water and sewage disposal systems, as well as how to issue permits, prepare reports of case facts and findings, and present oral testimony. Incumbents learn how to promote public awareness of environmental laws, rules and standards, and learn to provide consultation, education and technical assistance regarding public health laws.


  • Bachelor's degree in Health Sciences OR successfully completed a college level algebra or higher math course and 30 semester/45 quarter hours in the basic sciences, i.e. biology, chemistry, physics, or other physical sciences as well as sanitary engineering or environmental engineering.
  • Valid driver's license


  • Health/Dental/Vision Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • Vacation Leave
  • Sick Leave
  • Holidays
  • Retirement Plan


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