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Food Safety Program Supervisor

 

Louisville Metro Government

 

United States

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Supervises environmental health enforcement activities and inspections of public and private facilities to assure compliance with environmental, health and sanitary regulations
Conducts field visits for problem resolution and training year round
Exercises supervision over subordinate personnel EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: UNDER ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISION
Assists in planning, developing and implementing policies, procedures and programs
Supervises inspections and investigations to enforce environmental health and sanitary laws and regulations
Assigns inspections and enforcement cases based on citizen complaints, and reviews daily reports
Conducts field visits to investigate and resolve problems, and to train subordinates in inspection and investigative techniques and procedures
Discusses inspections and enforcement cases with the public and business officials to resolve environmental and sanitary cited violations and problems
Mediates settlements on cases when voluntary compliance has not been achieved
Represents the department to community groups and other governmental agencies to provide information and answer questions concerning public health environmental and sanitary programs and services
Testifies in court and at public hearings to explain public health environmental and sanitary rules and procedures
Prepares correspondence, submits reports on activities, and maintains records and files
Performs related work MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree
Biological Science
Community Health
Environmental Engineering Technology
Environmental Health Science
Public Health
Related field

WORK EXPERIENCE
Three years of environmental health or sanitary inspections or enforcement experience

EQUIVALENCY
Additional education in Environmental Health Science, Biological Science, Environmental Engineering Technology or Public Health may substitute for the experience

OTHER MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Must provide one's own source of transportation
Must be on 24 hour call
Must wear safety equipment as mandated by OSHA
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS RESPONSE TEAM
Must be vaccinated for hepatitis B, have provided evidence of immunity, or have signed a declination form within ten days of initial assignment
Must pass an annual medical examination as mandated by OSHA
Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
Must be certified as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist or Sanitarian in the State of Kentucky within six months of employment

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS
Meets regular and punctual attendance standards and any special needs of the position as determined by management, including mandatory overtime and performing related work

 

 

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