Environmental Health Specialist-Sanitarian
Duties and Responsibilities: promotes individual and population public health by providing the essential services of public health within a variety of settings. Responsibilities include specking properties, businesses or homes; collecting and analyzing water samples; identifying health and environmental hazards including indoor and outdoor air quality; assists in food-borne.
Education: baccalaureate or post baccalaureate degree in environmental health, sanitary science, sanitary engineering, or other related environmental health field which includes at least 30 semester or 45 quarter hour credits in the physical or biological sciences; and At least one year of supervised employment in one or more of the program areas listed in the definition of environmental health contained in the rules (see section above). Supervision must be provided by a registered environmental health specialist/sanitarian, a licensed health professional, or an engineer or other professional with a graduate degree in one of the physical or biological sciences.