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Environmental Specialist II - Florida Department of Health

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Location: Daytona Beach, FL
Full-time position
Closing Date: April 17, 2018
Job #12487
Posted: April 16, 2018

This position performs independent work assisting the Environmental Supervisor II in the development, coordination and administration of the county-wide OSTDS program.  Duties shall cover areas such as staff training and standardization, inspections, quality assurance performance evaluations and program administration assistance.  It monitors program metrics and advises the Environmental Administrator and the Program Manager of needed programmatic actions.  Performs onsite sewage treatment inspections as assigned.  The position will be based in the Deland Environmental Health Office.


Must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in one of the physical or natural sciences or engineering and five years of professional experience with the State of Florida’s onsite sewage treatment and disposal system program.  Must be willing and able to lift 50 lbs, work outdoors in extreme environmental conditions and able to use a hand augur to conduct soils borings to a depth of 72 inches.  Must have a current valid driver’s license and use of a reliable private vehicle.  A minimum of 5 years of experience working in the onsite sewage treatment program preferred. One or more years experience training staff in a local or state onsite eweage treatment and disposal system (OSTDS) program preferred.  One or more years’ experience reviewing permit issued in the onsite sewage treatment and disposal program (OSTDS) permits for a state or local program preferred. Experience conducted peer evaluations utilizing the OSDTS performance evaluation tool preferred. DOH Certified per 381.0101 Florida Statutes in the Onsite Sewage Program or hold a NEHA or Florida Registered Sanitarian or Registered Environmental Health Professional certification preferred.

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