As the largest and most vibrant city in the state, Minneapolis depends on purposeful, dedicated and innovative employees. Minneapolis has a large variety of careers for people of all experiences and backgrounds who come together for a singular purpose--serving the residents, businesses and visitors of Minneapolis.
This is a seasonal position. The Seasonal Food Lodging and Pools Technician, also known as Seasonal Environmental Health Technician, performs work under the direction of a Registered Environmental Health Specialist that benefits the Minneapolis Health Department's Environmental Health Division and is mainly focused on Food, Lodging and Pool Inspection areas. Individuals conduct compliance inspections and educate licensed business owners/operators in implementing necessary health and safety standards to safeguard the public.
Seasonal Technicians will be hired annually to work full-time between May-September in an ACA non-benefit earning position. The actual amount of time worked is dependent on the availability of the individuals hired.
Seasonal Environmental Health Technician job postings will be open in the Environmental Health and Environmental Services divisions. (Environmental Services posting dates 2/10/20 through 2/24/20). By applying for this job posting, you will be considered only for the Environmental Health position. If you are also interested in the Environmental Services position, you must also apply for that position separately during that application window.
Salary Range: $14.55 - $19.03 Hourly
|Job Duties and Responsibilities:|
Working Conditions: Office and in the Field assisting in inspections and evaluative work.
Must be in the process of earning, or have already earned, a Bachelor's Degree in Natural or Physical Science, Engineering, or Environmental Studies or a related field with a background in science and environmental studies.
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Union Representation: This position is non-represented
Eligible List Statement
|Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:|
|• Good interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of people from diverse backgrounds.
• Knowledge of Geographic Information Systems preferred.
• Prior experience working on projects relating to environmental health issues is desired.
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
• Good written and verbal communication skills.
• Knowledge of 2010 Microsoft Office Products (e.g. Excel and Access) to gather, store, manipulate, analyze and disseminate data.
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