An EHT may work in one of the following programs:
- Hazardous Materials Management
- Vector Control
- Land Use
Duties may include:
- Public and business assistance
- Nuisance abatement and investigation
An EHS may work in one of the following programs:
- District Environmental Services
- Environmental Protection Oversight
- Check out all the different programs Environmental Health covers
- College Graduate
- Possess either:
- Registration as an Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) from CDPH (California Department of Public Health)
- A pre-certification letter from CDPH for employment as an Environmental Health Specialist Trainee.
Specialists are typically hired at either a I, II, or III level based on current REHS status and experience. Other levels in this class include IV and Supervising EHS.
To apply as an Environmental Health Specialist, read our "How To Obtain a Registered Environmental Health Specialist Position" flyer. For all other Environmental Health positions, follow the instructions provided on the Human Resources website.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to get to know us and to let us get to know you. Becoming an Environmental Health intern lets you test drive a career and help make a difference!
We offer unpaid internships to students and graduates who are interested in pursuing a career in the field of Environmental Health. An internship is a great way to learn more about this exciting profession while working side by side with Environmental Health Specialists. See our brochure for more information.