San Diego County, CA Department of Environmental Health
Environmental Health Specialist I-Land & Water Quality-17472103LWQ
Opening Date/Time: Fri. 04/07/17 12:00 AM Pacific Time
Closing Date/Time: Fri. 04/28/17 11:59 PM Pacific Time
Salary: $53,372.80 - $65,540.80 Annually
Location: County of San Diego, California
The Department of Environmental Health is currently accepting applications for the position of:
Environmental Health Specialist I - Land and Water Quality
This is a series recruitment that may be subject to suspend on April 28, 2017.
PER COUNTY RULES, THIS POSITION IS ELIGIBLE FOR APPOINTMENT AT STEP 1, $53,372.80. COUNTY EMPLOYEES ARE SUBJECT TO THE COUNTY PROMOTION RULE FOR STEP PLACEMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH COMP ORD 1.3.5.
As an Environmental Health Specialist I in the Land and Water Quality Division, you will be responsible in reviewing design proposals for construction of on-site wastewater treatment systems and inspecting sites throughout the installation process; reviewing of water well permit applications and inspection of well construction; conducting inspections of mobile-home and RV parks and organized camps; reviewing design proposals for the construction of recycled water distribution systems; performing sampling, data analysis, investigations and posting of advisories and closures at recreational beaches; reviewing geologic reports pertaining to the assessment and remediation of contaminated properties; and other duties related to land and water quality reviews and inspections.
A bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. college or university, or a certified foreign studies equivalency with at least 30 semester units of basic biological, chemical, physical, or environmental science courses including at least one laboratory course in one of the following fields: chemistry, physics, microbiology, biology, and a mathematics course of college algebra or higher; AND,
One (1) year of experience investigating and enforcing environmental, public health or sanitary laws and regulations for a recognized public health agency or private company; OR,
Six (6) months of experience as an Environmental Health Specialist Trainee with the County of San Diego.
A master's degree from an accredited U.S. college or university, or a certified foreign studies equivalency in a science field such as: biology, chemistry, environmental health, environmental engineering, ecology, or geology may be substituted for up to one (1) year of the required experience.
Licenses and Certifications:
All Environmental Health Specialist (EHS) positions in the Department of Environmental Health's Land and Water Quality Division that are assigned responsibilities to perform cross connection inspections and testing for the Recycled Water Program are required to have a current Cross Connection Control Specialist certification issued by the American Water Works Association.
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