City of Charles Sturt, Environmental Health Officer
The City of Charles Sturt adopts a proactive approach to public and environmental health with a range of innovative strategies and programs implemented to protect and promote public health.
Two opportunities have emerged for qualified and experienced Environmental Health Officers to join our award winning team!
Using your professional experience along with your excellent interpersonal skills, you will be responsible for the prevention, education, encouragement and enforcement of environmental health activities in our City.
Your achievement oriented and team approach will contribute to the continued success of the Environmental Health Team in delivering great customer service that makes a difference to the public health and safety of our community.
A Bachelor of Environmental Health or equivalent and a current Driver's Licence are essential, while certification with RABQSA as a Lead Auditor in Food Safety Management Systems is desirable.
Department of Health (Public Health & Clinical Coordination - Public Health - Food Policy and Programs), Project Officer
Duties: In a team environment contribute to: the effective administration of food legislation and standards throughout the State; the review, development and implementation of food legislation and sound programs/plans/protocols/tools for implementation, monitoring of compliance and enforcement of requirements; the provision of advice on matters related to food safety, composition and labelling and food legislation and programs; the investigation, review, assessment and reporting on matters in relation food legislation and programs and food safety, composition and labelling; undertaking research and investigations into matters related to food legislation and programs and food safety, composition and labelling; for participating in programs that ensure the maintenance of a clean, comfortable and healthy environment; and, contribute to the effective and efficient management and functioning of the Food Standards Surveillance Section.
Essential Minimum Qualifications: A relevant science degree, such as, microbiology, food science, food technology or environmental health.