Nebraska State Government
Under limited supervision perform inspections and compliance activities for Swimming Pools, Well and Septic Home Loans, Recreational Camps, Child Cares, Schools, College Cafeterias and Mobile Home Parks.
*$18.148 Environmental Health Scientist I *$21.286 Environmental Health Scientist III *Hiring classification dependent upon selected applicant's qualifications and experience
Monday - Friday - 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. - Flexible Schedules - After 6-month probationary period 10 hour workdays may be available.
Examples of Work
Qualifications / Requirements
Environmental Health Scientist III: Registration as a Registered Sanitarian in the State of Nebraska Environmental Health Scientist I: Post high school coursework/training in: physical or life sciences or environmental health.
PREFERRED: Registration as a Registered Sanitarian in the State of Nebraska or a Bachelor's degree in Public Health, or a Bachelor's degree with at least 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours in life, natural, physical or health science.
OTHER: • Valid driver's license or the ability to provide independent transportation • Ability to travel • Ability to walk on uneven terrains and steep slopes to accomplish tasks • Ability to lift 20 pounds • Ability to climb 8-foot ladder • Ability to bend and stoop • Ability to work in outdoor temperature extremes • Ability to work in Scottsbluff area • Ability to maintain regular and reliable attendance
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of: the principles of public health; the modes through which diseases are transmitted; the methods of controlling and preventing disease through environmental health practices; the principles of environmental health; the environmental problems related to disease control and prevention; the laws, regulations, and standards pertaining to environmental health; the functions and authorities of State and local health agencies related to sanitation. Skill in: communicating with individuals and groups with varying technical backgrounds to collect and relay information; listening to and understanding others; prioritizing workloads; working with upset people; using analytical judgment to make decisions; public speaking and providing presentations; evaluating and applying significant technical and regulatory issues and resolving related issues; obtaining voluntary compliance; using word processing and spreadsheets to generate educational materials, letters, and complete reports; providing information in written format either through paper or web-based media. Ability to: apply, interpret, and enforce environmental health laws, rules, and regulations; prepare technical reports on field investigations; operate field laboratory equipment and specialized sampling equipment; analyze the findings of field sampling studies.
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