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Washington State’s Drinking Water Program Seeking to Fill Positions

>Database System Liaison and Project Manager:

Do you have experience with databases, managing IT projects, keeping projects moving and on target, and working with a diverse team of professionals?  If so, Washington State’s Department of Health, Division of Environmental Public Health – Office of Drinking Water has the perfect position for you!  They are searching for a dynamic, high-energy and committed public health professional to fill the position of Database System Liaison and Project Manager (Health Services Consultant 4). This position is located in Tumwater, Washington.  (Recruitment # DOH2503)

This position serves as a designated senior Health Services Consultant specialist for the Office of Drinking Water (ODW) advising Executive Management on information resource issues involving multiple stakeholders – both internal and external.  S/he acts as the agency’s drinking water information system enterprise solution (Sentry database) technical expert to ensure Sentry supports the office’s programs now and into the future in accordance with both State and Federal rules. This position supports the ODW mission – protecting the health of the people of Washington State by ensuring safe and reliable drinking water.

To obtain a complete job announcement that includes the “Application Process”, visit http://tinyurl.com/nbf83mk or contact Cher.Williams@doh.wa.gov, (360) 236-4545.  Applications must be submitted by December 15, 2014. The DOH is an EOE

Water Quality and Data Management Section Manager:

Are you a dynamic leader experienced in leading motivated professional staff?  Does the following excite you?

  • Energizing dedicated professional staff and promoting the Office of Drinking Water (ODW) mission to protect the health of the people of Washington State by ensuring safe and reliable drinking water.
  • Actively participating in strategic discussions about meeting Washington State’s drinking water quality and data management needs into the future.
  • Interacting with and coordinating with almost every part of the ODW as well as other state and national agencies to address drinking water quality needs.
  • Consulting with and making recommendations to ODW senior managers on water quality and data management strategy issues, prioritization, resource needs, and program implementation.

If it does, then the Office of Drinking Water has an exciting and challenging opportunity for you!  The Washington State Department of Health, Division of Environmental Public Health – Office of Drinking Water (ODW) is searching for an innovative and collaborative environmental health/water quality professional with leadership competencies to fill the position of Water Quality and Data Section Manager.  This position is located in Tumwater, Washington.  (Recruitment # DOH2568)

Reporting to the Deputy Director for Central Services Operations, the Water Quality and Data Section Manager sets priorities and oversees staff responsible for all aspects of the office’s water quality programs including establishing monitoring requirements, determining monitoring compliance, assessing potential contamination of public water supplies, and assisting systems in protecting their sources of supply.  S/he leads the data management efforts for ODW including the water facilities inventory program and data management, and data entry.  This position directly supervises a staff of six (6) and manages a section of ten (10) and is responsible for an annual budget of approximately $1.3 million.

To obtain a copy of the position announcement that includes the “Application Process”, visit http://tinyurl.com/DOH2568, or contact Cher.Williams@doh.wa.gov, (360) 236-4545.  All required application material must be received by January 1, 2015.  The DOH is an EOE.