Risk Management Services’ programs provide proactive support for the strategic, operational, and financial foundation of the University of North Texas. We help identify, analyze, and mitigate risks to prevent loss and provide a safe and healthy campus environment so that the UNT community can freely pursue opportunities for growth and advancement. To achieve our goals, we work together with the UNT community to help them proactively manage risks, implement preventative measures, plan for their challenges, and work through any issues that occur. The University of North Texas (UNT) in Denton has an enrollment of over 42,000 students with 206 buildings and 15 residence halls on 900 acres.
This position is responsible for the University’s Public Health programs to ensure safe and healthy work, living, and learning spaces for the greater campus community. Programs of responsibility include Public Health such as communicable disease control, education, and outreach, and also the safety of campus food service of all types, including catering and events.
Additional Posting Details
Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health, Epidemiology, Occupational Health, or other Health Science field and 4 years of associated experience in public health/public medicine/programs/food safety.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
This position involves auditing, reporting, training, and the ability to interact with outside regulatory agencies. The Public Health Program Manager must also be able to create, develop, and improve written policies, procedures, and manuals. As such, the position requires a broad understanding of applicable Public Health regulations and best practices, technical expertise, and the ability to work productively with a variety of people and departments across the UNT campus to assure compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations regarding Public Health and Food Service.
Master’s Degree in Public Health or a related field and 7 years of associated experience.
Possession of professional certification/credentials such as:
Registered Sanitarian(RS)/Registered Environmental Health specialist (REHS) or equivalent,
Occupational Health Nurse (OHN),
Certified Safety Professional (CSP),
Certified in Comprehensive Food Safety (CCFS)
and/or Associate Safety Professional(ASP).