Montana Environmental Health Association

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  • 20 Aug 2020 8:48 PM | Denise Moldroski (Administrator)

    MEHA Members can now put their local job openings here and link them to the appropriate information at their own website.  You must login to the MEHA site before you can create a job opening notice.  Please delete your post once the position is filled by clicking on the box image next to the title and selecting delete.  Thanks!

  • 16 Oct 2018 4:15 PM | Denise Moldroski (Administrator)

    Full time Sanitarian position in Cascade County (Great Falls, MT) 

    Open Until Filled

     

  • 01 Oct 2018 8:59 AM | Denise Moldroski (Administrator)

     Midwest Assistance Program (MAP) is looking to hire several Technical Assistance Providers (TAP) from September 24th – November 30, 2018 with potential for placement in eight states (MO, KS, NE, IA, MN, SD, MT & WY).  TAPs provide assistance to rural communities, associations, districts and small systems to develop, improve and/or sustain their financial, managerial and technical capacities for drinking water, wastewater and solid waste utilities.  Skill sets desired (but not mandatory) are technical/operational experience with water & wastewater systems/utilities; secondary education; water/wastewater/solid waste certifications; and utility financial & managerial experience.  See http://www.map-inc.org/employment.html for job description.  MAP provides competitive salaries and excellent benefits.  Resumes are to be sent to map@map-inc.org<mailto:map@map-inc.org> or MAP, ATTN:  Human Resources, 303 N. Market Street, Suite 2, Maryville, MO

  • 20 Aug 2018 2:33 PM | Denise Moldroski (Administrator)

    Environmental Health Specialist I opening at the Missoula City-County Health Department in Missoula, MT 

    8/23/2018 5 pm close date 

    Use the on-line application at www.missoulacounty.us.  Complete job description available upon request to the Department of Human Resources. 

  • 20 Aug 2018 7:21 AM | Denise Moldroski (Administrator)

    Health Sanitarian (09772) - (18141333) position open with Montana Dept of Health & Human Services in Helena, MT.

    Open until filled

  • 09 Aug 2018 4:48 PM | Denise Moldroski (Administrator)

    Gallatin City-County Health Department Sanitarian Position open

    Open until filled

    Gallatin City-County Health Department seeks a detail-minded individual with demonstrated skills serving the public to join a team committed to overseeing fair, consistent, and customer-focused oversight of wastewater treatment systems and Sanitation in Subdivision Act reviews in Gallatin County.  The position is located in Gallatin City-County Health Department Environmental Health Services Office in Bozeman, MT and performs duties that support the vision, mission and goals of the Department. This position is responsible for applying local and state regulations of wastewater treatment systems serving individual homes, businesses, and housing developments. Under the Sanitation in Subdivisions Act this position will review sanitation facilities, including the water supply, sewage disposal, solid waste disposal, and storm drainage systems. This position is also responsible for providing technical guidance and ensuring compliance of county residents and businesses with public health laws.  The mission of this work is to provide excellent customer service while protecting public health and the environment.  The position reports to the EHS Director through an Environmental Health Specialist Program Lead, and does not supervise staff.

     


  • 16 Jul 2018 2:30 PM | Denise Moldroski (Administrator)

    Stillwater County Position Announcement

    Open until filled

    Stillwater County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    Date:  July 16, 2017

    Position Title:  Sanitarian

    Salary range:  $25.00-27.00 per hour Depending upon Experience.

    Department:  Environmental Health

    Hours: Full-Time

    Union Status:  Non-Union position

    Accepting Applications until filled.

    See Job Description for Details.

    Function:  This position performs duties to assist with the administration and enforcement of programs involving environmental health such as: food service programs, public accommodation programs, on-site wastewater treatment systems, and air quality.  Position assists with the administration and enforcement of Federal, State, and County laws and regulations.

    Qualifications:  Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Health or its equivalent from an accredited university or college, with 30 hours in the physical and biological sciences as well as a course in Microbiology.  One to five years experience in enforcing and working with rules and regulations, knowledge of various types of sewer disposal systems, experience in food safety preferred.

    Special Requirements:  Must be a registered Sanitarian in the State of Montana, or become registered within 12 months of selection.

    Desired:  This position performs technical duties which require attention to details and cleanliness according to public health standard requirements.  Work is performed indoors and outdoors during normal office hours.  Outdoor work involves health inspections for licensed establishments, site evaluations, review and permitting of on-site wastewater treatment systems, investigation of complaints involving the food service program, public accommodation program, and air quality program.

    To Apply:

    Submit County Application, resume, and references to Finance and Human Resources Office, Stillwater County Courthouse, PO Box 795, Columbus, MT  59019.  More information is available on the Stillwater County website.   Late, incomplete or unsigned applications may not be considered.

    Interested County employees must also submit a county application and all required documents as described above.

    Stillwater County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Applicants who require special accommodation due to disability should contact the Human Resources Office at 322-8014.

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