This is public health engineering work of a moderately complex nature relating to air pollution and solid and hazardous wastes to ensure compliance with the Rockland County Public Health Law and state and local sanitary codes. The work will involve the inspection of real property and building structures for compliance with local zoning ordinances. The work is performed under the supervision of the Commissioner of The Department of Environmental Management and Engineering. The public health engineer will assist in the evaluation of air pollution studies, conduct investigations, investigate zoning complaints and assist in the preparation of reports and recommendations. Additionally, they will attempt to mediate zoning disputes among parties involved.
All interested applicants should send resume and letter of interest to e-mail above. PLEASE NOTE: A Bachelor’s Degree for this position is required in engineering (preferably Environmental or Civil) or a New York State Professional Engineering license.
*The candidate will be required to take a Civil Service test to achieve permanency.
Donna A. Morrison, Human Resources Coordinator Tel: 845-359-5100 Ext. 2219
There are health benefits and the employee pays 17% of the premium. Additionally, there are vision and dental benefits offered through the CSEA union. Employees are entitled to vacation, personal days and sick time, which are given according to the years of service
LEVEL OF LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY:
Entry level professional
MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED:
Bachelor’s degree in engineering (preferably Environmental or Civil) or a New York State Professional Engineer license.
Additional Salary Information: SALARY:
The starting salary for candidates that meet the minimum education requirement only is $65,393.00. The salary range for candidates holding an engineering degree and relevant experience is $65,393.00- $87,274.00 depending on qualifications.
About Town of Orangetown, NY
The Town of Orangetown is a municipality in Rockland County, NY.