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Title Social Worker II - Health Department
Salary $39,400 - $40,456 (Pay Grade 18)
Closing Date Open Until Filled
Location Beaufort County Health Department Washington, NC

Duties

The primary purpose of this position is to serve as the Pregnancy Care Manager for the Beaufort County Health Department. This position will provide direct care management services to a caseload of pregnant and postpartum women.

 

Title Environmental Health Specialist - Health Department
Salary $45,516 - $54,618 (Pay Grade 22)
Closing Date Open Until Filled
Location Beaufort County Health Department Washington, NC

Duties

Professional environmental health work in the promotion of public health through education, surveillance, consultation, inspection and enforcement of state, local and federal environmental health laws and regulations. Performs institutional and food and lodging inspections. Works cooperatively with health department staff, state and county officials, restaurant and facility operators, and the general public.

 

Title Paramedic - EMT Intermediate Positions - Part Time
Salary To be discussed during interviews
Closing Date Continuous
Location Beaufort County Emergency Medical Services Washington, NC

Duties

Beaufort County will be accepting applications for Paramedic positions and EMT‐Intermediate positons for part time employment. Salary ranges will be discussed during the interview process.

Performs appropriate level life support work in the Emergency Medical Services program. Work involves responding to the scene of emergency applying necessary medical treatment of sick or injured persons, and transporting persons to a medical facility. Work includes participating in community outreach education and prevention programs, preparation of vehicles, cleaning of vehicles, building and grounds, participating in continuous in‐service training, and providing assistance to members of volunteer emergency medical service organizations as requested. Special working conditions: Employees are exposed to the normal hazards of emergency rescue work, including risk of exposure to human body fluids and infectious diseases, thus the work is subject to the OSHA requirements for blood borne pathogens.

 
 
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