Environmental Health Supervisor

Solano County LogoCompany: Solano County Department of Resource Management

Location: Fairfield, CA

Date Posted:  August 10, 2017

Application Deadline:  August 30, 2017

Employment Type: Full time

Salary: $7,030.62-$8,545.76/month

Environmental Health Director 

About the Position

The Environmental Health Supervisor is responsible for the supervision of professional staff assigned to a major work unit in the division and for multiple environmental health services programs, except hazardous materials programs (CUPA and LOP), within the Environmental Health Division, including, but not limited to retail food safety, recreational health, liquid waste, solid waste, housing, wells, land use and other specialized programs. Incumbents work within policies and direction established by the Department. Incumbents are responsible for organizing, administering the workloads of staff through day-to-day supervision and establishment of staff performance guidelines and goals and objectives. Incumbents also assist the Environmental Health Manager with long-range planning of programs and with the development of policies and procedures for assigned programs. This class assists in budget planning and forecasting, establishment of proposed fees to support the cost of assigned programs, and with monitoring expenses and revenues.


EXPERIENCE: Three (3) years of experience in Environmental Health and Safety regulation and enforcement including one (1) year of lead experience; considerable experience in responsible and extended public contact; AND

EDUCATION/TRAINING: A Bachelor’s degree, from an accredited four-year college or university, which meets the requirements of the California Health and Safety Code, Division 104, Part 1, Chapter 4, Article 1, Section 106600 (et sequiter).  

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: The Environmental Health Supervisor must be registered with the State of California as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist, in accordance with Division 104, Part 1, Chapter 4, Article 1, Section 106600 (et. sequiter) of the California Health and Safety Code.  

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