CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

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posted 9/16/19

JOB POSTING

Marshall County, Iowa

Planning and Zoning Administrator, Public Environmental Health and Weed Commissioner

Applications are now being accepted for a permanent part-time/ full-time position for an experienced Planning and Zoning Administrator, Public Environmental Health and Weed Commissioner. This position is appointed by and reports to the Marshall County Board of Supervisor’s Office. 

Successful candidates will be responsible for performing the administrative, technical and enforcement activities of this position. This person will establish effective working relationships with county officials, department heads, employees, contractors, the general public and other state and local agencies.

Requirements: A Bachelor’s degree is preferable or considerable experience in a related field.

Applications are available on the Marshall County, IA website at:    http://www.marshallcountyia.gov

or the Marshall County Board of Supervisor’s office, 1 East Main St., Marshalltown, Iowa 50158. A full job description for this position is available upon request at the following email address: bos@marshallcountyia.gov. Please direct to the attention of Lisa Gassman.

Completed applications and resumè including references should be returned to: Marshall County Board of Supervisor’s office, 1 East Main St., Marshalltown, Iowa  50158. Deadline to return both application and resume’ including references is Friday, September 27, 2019 at 4:00 p.m.

Black Hawk County Employment Opportunity


ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH OFFICER

Health Department | Waterloo, IA

Under general supervision, performs professional work in an environmental control program including but not necessarily limited to water quality, safe drinking water, integrated solid waste management, private sewage disposal systems, sanitation evaluation and regulation regarding food service, processing and storage; and lodging establishments; conducts inspections and evaluations encompassing food establishments, pools/spas, tanning facilities, tattoo facilities, hotels/motels, well systems and septic systems.

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posted 8/30/19


The Department of Inspections and Appeals Food and Consumer Safety Bureau has an opening for a

Program Planner 3 - Grant Coordinator:   

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/iowa/jobs/2546052/program-planner-3-grant-coordinator


The Grant Coordinator will manage FDA regulatory program standards for statewide manufactured food program, retail program standards and special project work. Develop and implement food processing policies and procedures consistent with FDA program standards and state regulations. Review and revise policies as needed to ensure uniformity and consistency in implementation by inspectors. Prepare quarterly reports on compliance and make recommendations to Assistant Bureau Chief on changes. Complete annual self-assessment, strategic plan and process improvement plans for the FDA Standards. Prepare budget, statutory and regulatory recommendations for manufactured & retail food programs. Interface with other agency representatives in development and implementation of special projects. Develop, write and manage grants and cooperative agreements with the federal government including developing project proposals, managing projects, periodic reports, track spending and ensure timely completion of projects within budget. Develop business process specifications for enhancements, track development, test system updates, track and report bugs and provide training on statewide food safety inspection and licensing system. Coordinate statewide program related to intentional food contamination including working with law enforcement, local health departments, industry and staff to develop awareness and protocols. Manage statewide Food Safety & Protection Task Force with membership from all stakeholder groups and coordinate development of task force projects.

 posted 8/22/19



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