Clermont County Public Health is currently accepting applications for the following positions. All applications must be submitted online using the appropriate link.
Plumbing Inspector (I, II, or Trainee)
Type: Full-Time Permanent
Rate: Plumbing Inspector Trainee $40,000 – $43,200
Plumbing Inspector I $45,000 – $48,000
Plumbing Inspector II $50,000 – $54,000
(Commensurate with certifications and years of experience as an inspector)
Benefits & Fringe Package Value $18,169 to $62,296
Deadline to Apply: Open until filled
Plumbing Inspector I/Plumbing Inspector Trainee Job Duties: Conducts routine field plumbing inspections of residential and commercial plumbing installations to enforce plumbing codes uniformly; reviews and approves plans, drawings, and specifications of plumbing installation; authorizes issuance of permits; surveys for backflow and cross-connections; inspects public sewer and public water installations. Plumbing Inspector Trainee works under guidance from a licensed Plumbing Inspector.
Plumbing Inspector II Job Duties: All duties of Plumbing Inspector I/Plumbing Inspector In-Training. In addition, conducts more complex plumbing inspections; conducts medical gas pressure piping inspections; investigates plumbing complaints; coordinates plan review and permit approval with other divisions and county offices; participates in activities to ensure and maintain accreditation status; actively participates in Quality Improvement Projects.
Plumbing Inspector Trainee Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent; seven (3) years practical plumbing experience in non-residential plumbing, or any combination of equivalent education, training, and/or experience; eligible for certification by the State of Ohio Department of Commerce as a Plumbing Inspector Trainee. Must certify with the Department of Commerce within six months of hire. Backflow tester certification and/or Med Gas 6020 is welcomed.
Plumbing Inspector I Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent; seven (7) years practical plumbing experience in non-residential plumbing, or any combination of equivalent education, training, and/or experience; eligible for certification by the State of Ohio Department of Commerce as a Plumbing Inspector. Must certify with the Department of Commerce within six months of hire. Backflow tester certification and/or Med Gas 6020 is welcomed.
Plumbing Inspector II Minimum Qualifications: All qualifications of Plumbing Inspector I with prior experience as a commercial and residential plumbing inspector in the State of Ohio or equivalent experience. Backflow tester certification and/or Med Gas 6020 is required within six months of hire.
For the full job description and to apply for the Plumbing Inspector (I, II, or Trainee) position, click here.
Children with Medical Handicaps Public Health Nurse II
Type: Full-Time, Permanent
Rate: $50,000-$52,000 (commensurate with experience)
Deadline to Apply: Open Until Filled
Minimum Qualifications: Ohio license to practice as a Registered Nurse (Section 4723.01 of Ohio Revised Code) (Required); Bachelor Degree from an accredited school of nursing (Required);Six months experience in public health nursing or equivalent nursing experience (Preferred); Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification (American Heart Association or equivalent) (Preferred); Knowledge and skill in administering vaccinations to infants, children, and adults (Preferred); Care Coordination and home visiting experience (Preferred); Knowledge and proficiency using an Electronic Health Record system (Preferred); Independent worker; Skills needed in organization, networking, and basic computer skills; Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license; Required to have regular and predictable attendance
Job Duties: Care coordination of the Children with Medical Handicaps (CMH) program; conducts home/ telehealth visits with families; assesses family needs and provides support, information, and referrals as necessary; completes all nursing documentation in the electronic medical records and billing as required by CMH; performs chart reviews and implements quality improvement measures; plays an active role in providing infant, children, adult, and international travel vaccinations in CCPH immunization clinics on a routine basis; participates in the immunization program planning and implementation; conducts management on all reported cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and Childhood Lead Poisoning occurring in Clermont County; participates in outreach activities; actively participates in continuous quality improvement with the agency; participates in activities to ensure and maintain accreditation status. The individual filling this position will also be trained in basic CCPH-related emergency response procedures and is considered essential for any public health emergency response and disaster recovery.
For the full job description and to apply for the Children with Medical Handicaps Public Health Nurse II position, click here.