Public Health Job Opportunities

Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program Info Webinars

The PMF Program is one of the premiere federal level fellowships, and is an ideal way to start a career in federal service. The application for the 2022 PMF class will be open from September 28 – October 12. The PMF website has a lot of helpful information: https://www.pmf.gov/become-a-pmf/overview/

The program is also hosting a series of webinars to walk through details of the program, application and selection process. See below for webinar dates and times.

Environmental Health Officer webinar

Service. Impact. Adventure. Come learn more about becoming an Environmental Health Officer in the USPHS Commissioned Corps!!  

Join members of the USPHS Environmental Health Officer Professional Advisory Committee (EHOPAC) to discuss an overview of the Commissioned Corps, the Environmental Health Officer category, eligibility, application process, and student internships for the 2022 school year. 

When: Wednesday September 8, 2021 @ 1:00PM ET 

How to Join: https://www.zoomgov.com/j/1615859692?pwd=WUNDc0xCZ2hWdk1LSkk3TkpHL1hSQT09 

833-568-8864 US Toll-free 

Meeting ID: 161 585 9692 

Passcode: 075884 

Find your local number: https://www.zoomgov.com/u/aedNhBkC0g 

Safety & Health Specialist 3 and Industrial Hygienist 3

WA State’s Department of Labor & Industries just launched a new Agricultural Compliance Unit and is building its staff.

Here is the profile and links to the position application information:

Labor and Industries Region 10 (Agriculture) DOSH Compliance is looking to hire two Bilingual (Spanish) Safety and Health Specialist 3s and two Industrial Hygienist 3s.  This is a unique opportunity to help form a team of Safety Professionals and make an impact on safety and health in the agriculture industry. The assigned duty stations for these positions are East Wenatchee, or Union Gap. As this is a statewide unit, travel is required. The positions are posted for East Wenatchee and Union Gap, however you can discuss your work location with the hiring supervisor, as there may be some flexibility.

To review the job postings click here: L&I Agriculture Safety and Health Specialist 3 in-training, Bilingual and here: L&I Agriculture Industrial Hygienist 3 in training, bilingual

EHO JRCOSTEP Applications Open

The EHO JRCOSTEP application window is open from June 1, 2021 until September 30, 2021 for JRCOSTEP opportunities during the summer of 2022! 

Students who are eligible for the JRCOSTEP program will be able to submit their electronic applications beginning June 1, 2021 through September 30, 2021.  Interested students should submit an application. 

Click here<https://www.usphs.gov/apply-now> to begin the application. And view the information on student opportunities here: https://www.usphs.gov/students/

Interested students must have completed at least two years of study in an accredited baccalaureate program or 1 year in an accredited masters or doctoral program and be returning to school in the fall of 2022. 

•National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council – Bachelors, Masters or PhD – Env. Health

•Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology – Bachelor’s, Masters or PhD – Industrial Hygiene or Safety

•Council on Education for Public Health – Masters or PhD – Env. Health, Occupational Health, Industrial Hygiene

For more information visit our JRCOSTEP student website and the EHOPAC’s Resources website.  Specific questions should be directed to costep@hhs.gov<mailto:costep@hhs.gov>. 

If you are interested in becoming a JRCOSTEP Preceptor in 2022, please reach out to the JRCOSTEP Workgroup. For more information, please see the Benefits of Hiring a JRCOSTEP brochure and<https://dcp.psc.gov/OSG/eho/documents/Benefits_of_Hiring_COSTEP-brochure_March-2021.pdf> the JRCOSTEP Preceptor Guide<https://dcp.psc.gov/OSG/eho/documents/2021_JRCOSTEP_Preceptor_Guide.pdf>. 

Environmental Health Specialist

The Douglas County Health Department is seeking an Environmental Health Specialist to work under the direction of an assigned Supervisor, or designee, conducting routine inspections, investigating complaints and enforcing city ordinances, and state laws (e.g. the applicable food codes, or environmental health and safety laws).