Job Opportunity

Director of Environmental Health
Santa Cruz County

Date Posted:

September 24, 2013


Salary: $90,563 – 121,326* Annually
*Salary under review


The County of Santa Cruz is seeking a Director of Environmental Health.  This position is responsible for managing and directing the Environmental Health Programs that includes regulatory oversight of the management of hazardous materials, waste water, small public water systems, individual wells and water systems, medical waste, body art, employee and substandard housing, recreational health, food protection and vector control.  Additionally, the Environmental Health program includes working with other agencies for coordination of countywide water resources and water quality planning and management.  The incumbent may also face environmental health professionals issues related to water resource planning, water quality improvement, emerging food systems, hazardous materials handling and waste water management.  Under the direction of the Agency Director, a dynamic executive team is committed to meeting the health needs of the diverse Santa Cruz County community.  The teams organizational structure is comprised of five service areas: Behavioral Health, Public and Environmental Health, Clinics, Benefits and Administration.  Health Services Agency embraces the County’s values of a service-oriented culture by fostering a spirit of collaboration and partnership.

How To Apply:

Candidates must submit a County Application, answers to the supplemental  application questions and a resume.  The completed application packet must be received by the Personnel Department, 701 Ocean Street, Rm. 310, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 or on-line at by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 18, 2013.  For more information, contact Nisha Patel, Employment Services Manager at (831) 454-3067. Hearing Impaired TDD# (831) 454-2123.

Final Deadline:

October 18, 2013 by 5:00 p.m.

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