Pool, Spa and Tourist Facility Program Coordinator (EHS3)
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Deadline to Apply:
Sunday, August 30, 2020, 12:00am
What will you do?
As the Pool, Spa and Tourist Facility Program Coordinator, you will provide technical consultation as the subject matter expert to local public health authorities (LPHA), pool and spa operators, designers and builders, tourist facility operators and the general public. You will provide plan reviews for new pool and spa construction and conduct inspections to ensure compliance with Oregon Administrative Rule. You will provide training to LPHAs to ensure competence during facility inspections. This position is responsible for maintaining technical expertise and awareness of national issues relating to these programs.
- Must be a Registered Environmental Health Specialist or be able to become registered within six months of hire.
- Must be a Certified Pool Operator (CPO) or can become a CPO within six months of hire.
What are we looking for?
- Two years of experience working under general supervision, conducting environmental health inspections which included providing technical assistance and consultation at local or state level; AND a bachelor's degree with 45 quarter (30 semester) hours in environmental or physical science. (Graduate training in environmental studies may substitute for one year of the experience.)
- Experience with pool and spa design, maintenance, operations, functionality, safety, water chemistry and pool/spa regulations.
- Familiarity with the Center for Disease Control and Preventions Model Aquatic Health Code.
- Experience in project or program management.
- Experience providing training to adult students.
- Experience working with varying levels of governmental offices (city, county, state, federal).
- Experience interpreting existing statutes, rules, regulations, policies and/or procedures that address environmental public health.
- Experience bringing together diverse and/or opposing groups (such as state or local health officials and the regulated community, hotel and pool managers, pool design companies, organizational camp operators, recreational parks) to work through complex problems and come to mutually acceptable solutions.
- Experience promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment.
How to Apply:
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