Montana Environmental Health Association     PO Box 741, Helena, MT  59624

  • 20 Aug 2020 8:48 PM | Denise Moldroski (Administrator)

    MEHA Members can now put their local job openings here and link them to the appropriate information at their own website.  You must login to the MEHA site before you can create a job opening notice.  Please notify us when the position is closed so that we can delete it. Thank you.

  • 28 Feb 2020 10:18 AM | Lora Wier

    The job description and application is on line at

    For more information the applicant can contact Kody Farkell, Pondera Clerk and Recorder at (406) 271-4001

    Or emailing me at

    Thanks again


    Dale J. Seifert

    Pondera County Commissioner

  • 25 Feb 2020 5:03 PM | Denise Moldroski (Administrator)

    Good afternoon,

    We are recruiting for an EHS I/II position in the Onsite/Land Use program at Chelan-Douglas Health District located in the Wenatchee area.  I have attached our job description and our employment application is located on our website <>.  Resumes and cover letters may be sent to me or our Administrator, Barry Kling, at


    Richmond Petty, R.S.

    Environmental Health Specialist III

    Chelan Douglas Health District

    200 Valley Mall Parkway

    East Wenatchee, WA 98802


    P. 509.886.6468   F. 509.886.6449

  • 19 Feb 2020 7:55 PM | Lora Wier

    Bachelor's degree in chemical or biological sciences or environmental health; current license as a Registered Sanitarian (RS) or ability to obtain license within one year of hire; 3 years of experience as a Sanitarian or in a closely related field, or an acceptable combination  of  education  and experience;  valid driver's license;  ability  to lift 50-75 pounds; ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing; ability to operate standard office equipment; and ability to assess and determine appropriate actions in emergency situations.

    The Sanitarian develops, implements and monitors programs to correct actual and potential public and environmental health hazards, conducts inspections  and  investigates  public and environmental  health  hazards in Dawson County. May also take on similar work in neighboring Counties. This position is also responsible to administer regulations under the Montana Subdivision and Platting Act and the Sanitation in Subdivision Act.


    Full-time; 40+ hours per week; Monday-Friday; 8:00-5:00

    To apply for this position , submit a completed Dawson County application, resume,  and  college transcripts to the   Glendive   Job   Service.   You   may   request   an   application   from    the    Glendive    Job    Service (http:/ / or download one from the County website  Completed applications should be submitted to the Glendive Job Service. For questions regarding the position, please call Dawson County Health Department, (406) 377-5213. 

  • 18 Nov 2019 2:53 PM | Lora Wier




    Applications are posted on the Hill County Resource webpage

    For more information contact Hill County Health Department- 
                    (406) 265-5481             

    Hill County is a Drug-Free Workplace & EOE – M/F/Vets/Disability.  Hill County shall, upon request, provide reasonable accommodations to otherwise qualified individuals with disabilities.

    Job Title:  Sanitarian                                    Department:  Health        

    Job Overview:  Monitor, address and correct potential public health hazards.  Perform professional and technical work, sometimes under stressful conditions, requiring adherence to accuracy, confidentiality, integrity, and tact.  Position is on-call for emergencies.  Frequent contact with public, coordination with other departments, and enforcement of applicable laws and regulations is required.

    NOTE:  This is currently a part-time position.  Has the potential to transition to full-time, dependent upon contract funding. 

    Essential Functions (Major Duties or Responsibilities):

    Review, evaluate and approve services

    Conduct technical and specialized health inspections and investigations

    Evaluate programs and provide recommendations

    Develop administrative policies and recommendations

    Interpret new and existing local, state and federal law

    Attend staff meetings and training

    Supply technical and professional consultation

    Represent county during inter- and intra-agency projects

    Prepare and submit numerous reports to different inter- and intra-agencies

    Review subdivision proposals

    Conduct public educational meetings

    Investigate emergencies

    Respond to complaints

    Physical and Environmental Demands: Work in and around hazardous and life-threatening situations requiring proper safety precautions, procedures and training. 

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Working knowledge of chemistry, bacteriology, biology and environmental health.  Extensive knowledge of hazardous waste operations and emergency response procedures.  Understand and follow complex laws, communicate effectively, oral and in writing, follow verbal direction, establish effective working relationships with other employees, departments, agencies and the public.  Ability to deal with public effectively, problem solve, work unsupervised and safely, detect and resolve unsanitary and dangerous conditions, and minimize risk.

    Minimum Qualifications (Education and Experience):  BS degree in chemical, biological science, environmental health or comparable field.  A valid state of Montana driver’s license.  Within the 1st year of employment:  Successfully complete National Registered Sanitarian Exam.  Become licensed as a Sanitarian in the state of Montana.

    Preferred Qualifications:  2 or more years as a Sanitarian

  • 04 Mar 2019 1:30 PM | Denise Moldroski (Administrator)




    POSITION AVAILABLE: Lincoln County has a job opening for a full-time Environmental Health Specialist with the Lincoln County Health Department in Libby.

    POSITION DESCRIPTION: Performs technical and professional work in environmental health disciplines such as retail food inspections. 

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:  Requires a bachelor’s level degree in the physical, biological, or environmental sciences including at least one successfully completed course in chemistry, biology, and microbiology.  Employee hired as Environmental Health Specialist must become a Sanitarian in Training within one month of hire and a Registered Sanitarian with the Montana Board of Sanitarians within one year of hire. 

    WAGE: $20.49 After 6 Months $21.05

    BENEFITS:           Sick Leave after 60 days

    Vacation Leave after 6 months

    Health Insurance within 60 days



    Call Kathi Hooper at 406-291-1168 for more information


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