Manager, Environmental Health
Reporting to the Director of Environmental Health and Chronic Disease Prevention, the Manager will provide operational and strategic leadership to a multidisciplinary team delivering environmental public health programs as required under the Health Unit's mandate. The focus will be on managing programs related to the Identification, Investigation and Management of Health Hazards, and Risk Assessment and Inspection of Facilities, as well as other associated program areas.
The successful applicant will have a thorough knowledge of relevant legislation, policies, and standards; experience in program development and evaluation; excellent communication skills; and good computer skills.
Preference will be given to candidates who have completed a Masters degree in Science, Environmental Science, or Toxicology, with a focus and expertise in human health and environmental toxicology. Possession of a B.Sc. Applied Sciences (Environmental Health), current CIPHI certification, and work experience in the field of public health would be an asset. The ability to communicate in French or other languages would also be considered an asset.
Permanent full-time staff enjoy a wide range of fully paid health and dental benefits, the OMERS pension plan, competitive salaries, and an attractive work environment.
Please visit our website at www.healthunit.com, Job Postings, for further information.
Please apply by June 6, 2008, quoting position # MgrEHCD-0508/01, to:
Human Resources Dept.,
Middlesex-London Health Unit,
50 King Street, London ON N6A 5L7
Fax: 519-663-5086 E-mail: email@example.com
Information concerning applicants is collected under the authority of the Health Protection & Promotion Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. H-7, as amended, and will be used to consider suitability for employment. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. The Health Unit is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Mission of the Middlesex-London Health Unit, a teaching health unit, is to promote wellness, prevent disease and injury, and protect the public's health through the delivery of public health programs, services and research.