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SALARY RANGE: Minimum - $71,148 ● Midpoint - $85,579 ● Maximum - $112,411

Responsible for leading the Community Health Division in the successful achievement of the agency’s vision, mission, and programs. The Division Manager promotes and supports population health in Linn County through addressing social determinants of health and health inequity and providing strategic leadership and public health expertise in these areas. This position promotes individual and population health by providing the 10 Essential Services of public health within a variety of settings; supports the implementation of evidence-based best practices and the use of data to support decision-making; ensures compliance with a broad range of current and local state health codes, regulations and policies; participates in multi-faceted community health projects and coalitions; and provides technical assistance and information to individuals, families and groups regarding public health and environmental issues. The Division Manager provides supervision, mentoring, and technical assistance to all Division staff. The incumbent will report directly to the Health Director and be part of the Department’s Executive Team (E-Team).

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Johnson County

Public Health Direction

Public Health Director Board of Health seeks Director to manage staff of 45 and budget of over $4 million. Institute essential public health services, provide leadership and vision for meeting community health needs, implement policies of the Board, coordinate communication services and oversee all aspects of public health in Johnson County. 

Compensation range $103,613.64 to $121,898.66, commensurate with experience, excellent health insurance and benefits. 





DATE:                                     July 5, 2017

POSITION:                             Environmental Health Specialist

PAY:                                      ($35,000.00 - $40,000.00 annually)

LOCATION:                            Appanoose, Davis, Lucas or Monroe Counties or close proximity

WORK HOURS:                     5 – 8 hour days; some evenings and weekends required

STATUS:                                Permanent Full-time

DESCRIPTION:  This position will reside in Appanoose, Davis, Lucas or Monroe Counties or close proximity. This position will be responsible for performing field and office work for the environmental public health programs such as on-site sewage inspections, abandoned well-plugging, well rehabilitation, new well construction, water quality, radon education, public health nuisance hazards and other general health concerns. Primary inspection area will be Appanoose, Davis, Lucas and Monroe counties. Some overnight travel is required, with occasional travel outside the area. Skills in organization, keeping accurate records, and ability to analyze laws, rules and local ordinances are required. Successful candidate must be able to work in a team-based environment and have effective technical, written and verbal skills. Must be able to use a computer and have familiarity with: basic data entry, word processing, email, internet and presentations. Essential functions include ability to drive a car; ability to think, reason, and problem solve; agility to perform inspections, i.e. bend from the waist daily, stoop daily, and climb ladders up to 25 feet occasionally, lift up to 50 pounds shoulder height occasionally; ability to read, write legibly, and make presentations; ability to communicate effectively. Preference will be given to those with current on-site septic experience. Duties will also include lagoon operation, abandoned well-plugging, well rehabilitation, new well construction, water quality, radon education, swimming pool and spa inspections, tanning bed inspections, tattoo establishment inspections, public health nuisance and hazards and other general health concerns.


QUALIFICATIONS:  Graduation from an accredited college or university with major course work in a natural science; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. substituting one year of full-time experience in an environmental, radiation control, environmental health for each year of the required education. Valid State of Iowa Driver’s License, reliable transportation and ability to obtain car insurance at agency specified liability level.


APPLICATION  PROCESS:  Application may be made from ADLM Counties Environmental Public Health office.  Application deadline:  until position is filled.




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