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Employment Opportunity

Broomfield, CO

Environmental Health Specialist I/II/III


$28.08 - $46.43 Hourly


Broomfield, CO

Job Type

FT Non-Exempt


Public Health & Environment

Job Number



4/4/2023 5:00 PM Mountain


The City and County of Broomfield is a great place to work, live, and thrive.  Broomfield's Public Health and Environment Department is now recruiting for two full-time non-exempt Environmental Health Specialists.  We  will fill each position at the appropriate level based on experience and certification, These positions are typically scheduled Monday - Friday 8am-5pm with potential for on-call. 

Highlights of our benefits package include: medical, dental, vision, life, AD&D, disability insurance, 6% employer retirement match, and a generous leave program including 14 days of paid vacation, 80 hours of sick leave + 12 paid holidays per year! Please follow the link on the Benefits tab for further information.

Hiring Ranges
Specialist I: $28.08-$33.03/hour

Specialist II: $31.20-36.70/hour

Specialist III: $34.31-$40.37/hour

Salary Ranges
Specialist I: $28.08-$37.98/hour

Specialist II: $31.20-$42.21/hour

Specialist III: $34.31-$46.43/hour

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Nebraska Employment Opportunity

Hello Iowa friends and colleagues.  Due to my upcoming retirement, the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department (LLCHD) is seeking candidates for the next Manager for the Environmental Public Health Division.  This is an amazing opportunity for the right person who is passionate about protecting public health and the environment.  The salary range is $92,187 to $125,642, and starting salary will depend on qualifications and experience.  Lincoln is a great place to live, work and play.  LLCHD intends to hire the new Division Manager while I am still on staff to mentor them for a short period of time.  The position opened March 18 and will close on April 16.  For more information on the position and to apply, click this link


Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department (LLCHD) is PHAB accredited, progressive, outcome focused public health department with an outstanding leadership team.  (Check us out at  LLCHD is mission driven, performance outcome focused, and willing to take risks to develop innovative approaches to protect and promote the public’s health and the environment.  The Environmental Public Health Division has comprehensive programs, including indoor and outdoor air quality, body art, child care, climate and health resilience, environmental health education, food safety (consultation, inspection, food handler/manager training), hazardous materials, illicit discharge, lead risk reduction, vectorborne disease surveillance, waste management (nuisances, special and hazardous waste, HAZTOGO Lincoln’s Hazardous Waste Center, 24/7 HazMat Response), and water quality (illicit discharge, onsite wastewater, pools, property transfer, wells).  The Environmental Public Health Division has 48 staff and a budget of approximately $6,000,000 from diverse sources of revenue.   


Besides working for a stellar local health department, leading one of the most comprehensive environmental health programs in the nation, why else might you want to relocate to Lincoln, Nebraska?  Lincoln is a great place to live, work and play, and was recently rated in the top ten by Gallup, Forbes, and Kiplinger for its high quality of life.  Lincoln and Lancaster County have a strong local economy, a growing, diverse population (330,000 including Lancaster County), and a thriving downtown area with dozens of restaurants, local coffee shops, brew pubs, a vibrant arts and music scene, Lied Center for the Performing Arts, and the redeveloped West Haymarket area, which includes the Pinnacle Bank Arena.  Lincoln is the home to the University of Nebraska, Wesleyan University, and Union College.  Lincoln offers a high quality of life and low cost of living, excellent public education system, reasonably priced housing, strong neighborhood associations, low crime rate, libraries, parks, lakes, pools, and one of the country’s best trail systems attract singles and families from all over the U.S. and the world.  Check out this video “Lincoln - We Chose It” 

and this website about Lincoln


If you are not personally interested in the position, would you please do me a favor - share this email with someone you think might be, your peers in other health departments, professional associations, etc.  We want a great group of candidates from which to select the next leader for LLCHD’s Environmental Public Health Division.  If you have any questions, please let me know – all inquiries will be held in the strictest confidence.  You can email me at or call me at 402-441-8019 or 402-580-6553.


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