Food, Pools, and Lodging Program Supervisor

Company: Washington County Health Department

Location: Stillwater, MN

Date Posted: June 13, 2022

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Employment Type: Full time

Salary: $76,523.20 - $104,540.80

Food, Pools, and Lodging Program Supervisor

About the Position

The Department of Public Health and Environment is seeking a talented and motivated professional to supervise the Food, Pools and Lodging Team.
This supervisor will provide leadership to a team of committed and experienced Environmental Specialists doing Food, Pools and Lodging inspection work in a fast-paced and dynamic accredited Public Health and Environment Department. The successful candidate will be invested in the leadership of the team; and will oversee a broad set of environmental health programs including Food Safety, Lodging, Pools, Manufactured Home Parks, Campgrounds, Drinking Water Protection, Tobacco Sales, and Community Sanitation.
Work includes overall program oversight, staff support and development, implementation and enforcement of ordinances and public health laws, data management, response to emerging issues, and assistance with program budgets. This supervisor may participate in various stakeholder groups and committees, and will inform and educate the public and county leadership about program activities. Strong written and verbal communication skills are essential to this position. The Department values collaboration, program evaluation, quality improvement, and performance measurement to accomplish goals. Work is performed under the direction of the Senior Program Manager and in collaboration with department leadership.
This supervisor will be a member of the Department Management Team and will have opportunities to contribute to department-wide initiatives such as diversity, equity and inclusion efforts, employee engagement strategies, and strategic plan implementation.
Washington County Public Health & Environment values your experiences, perspectives and unique identity. We are committed to building and sustaining an equitable and inclusive work environment and believe diversity benefits and enriches our programs, our staff, and communities we serve.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires a Bachelor's degree in public health, environmental health, industrial or occupational safety, physical, chemical, or biological science, or related field and five (5) years of full-time professional environmental experience, with a minimum of one full-time year as a lead worker, or equivalent. A Master's degree in public health, environmental health, or physical/biologic science areas is desirable and may substitute for one year of experience.

State Registration as an Environmental Health Specialist or registration/certification in a field particular to the primary assignment may be required.

How to Apply

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