University of Washington School of Public Health
Environmental Health Specialist I - Tanana Chiefs Conference
Closing Date: December 16, 2017
Posted: November 16, 2017
Job incumbent provides technical assistance to TCC and TCC member tribes on environmental health and occupational health and safety issues.Skills/Eligibility:
- Masters or Bachelors of Science Degree in Environmental Health from a nationally accredited university OR Bachelors Degree with at least 50 semester or equivalent hours in the biological and physical sciences, plus four years creditable experience in the practice of environmental health subsequent to Bachelors Degree. The determination for semester or equivalent hours in biological and physical sciences include areas such as: (asterisk items are required)
*Anatomy, Injury prevention, *Biochemistry, *Microbiology, *Biology, *Occupational Safety, Biophysics, *Entomology and Parasitology, Botany, *Physics, *Calculus, Physiology, *Inorganic Chemistry (10 semester hrs), Quantitative Analysis, *Organic Chemistry (10 semester hrs), *Radiological Health, *Epidemiology, *Statistics, Food Science, *Toxicology, Genetics, Virology, Histology, Zoology, *Industrial Hygiene
- Must possess, or within one year, become credentialed as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist from the National Environmental Health Association.
- Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal skills.
- Computer skills required, with proficiency using word-processing and spreadsheet software programs.
- Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.
- Previous Tribal experience preferred.
POC: CDR Kyle Wright, Deputy Director, Office of Environmental Health, Tanana Chiefs Conference, at email@example.com.