Health Educator

Clermont County Public Health

(Injury Prevention Coordinator)

Type:  Full Time Permanent (Grant Funded)
Rate:  $37,000 - $45,000
Deadline to Apply:  10/18/2020

Compassionate about the substance abuse epidemic facing our country? Clermont County Public Health (CCPH) currently has a position open for a Health Educator/ Injury Prevention Coordinator to work on a Prescription Drug Overdose grant that focuses on opioids. CCPH is a great place for energetic self-starters that enjoy spending most of their day on their own working in a caring environment where their opinions matter. We strive to protect the public’s health by preventing the spread of disease and working with the community to educate and promote good health practices. CCPH follows an attractive work schedule that starts at 8:30 am and finishes at 4:30 pm Monday - Friday with all federal holidays off and at least two weeks of paid vacation in the first year of employment. Some evening and weekend hours required to meet program/grant requirements (flextime and overtime available). The position is grant funded, which can be renewed. If CCPH sounds like an organization you would like to work for, please read the following information about the requirements for this position and employment by Clermont County Public Health. We look forward to hearing from you!

Job Duties:        

Develops, plans, and implements the Injury Prevention grant, which focuses on drug overdose prevention. Assures compliance with all grant objectives.  Ability to design and implement prevention activities.  Monitors program activities and expenditures.  Completes and submits all required reports and documentation.  Coordinates with other agencies, health providers, schools, fire and law enforcement in planning and implementing programs to help decrease substance abuse and misuse. Coordinates coalition meetings including topics, presenters, meeting agendas and minutes. Works on public information campaigns. Coordinates the Overdose Fatality Review Committee and reviews all deaths related to overdoses in the county. Collects, interprets and presents data to a wide variety of audiences. Ability to research and implement best practices necessary to address unintentional substance abuse and to be a resource on the subject matter. Attends local, regional, and state meetings.

Minimum Qualifications:


Contact Information:

All applicants must apply online at, click on “About Us” then “Clermont County Board of Health” select “Job Openings for Clermont County Government” and follow the instructions for applying. Resumes and cover letters sent directly to the Public Health office cannot be accepted, they must be uploaded through the website. For general questions regarding the position please email Tara Jimison,   

 Additional Information:

Applicants will be selected for interviews based on qualifications and the quality of resumes and cover letters.  Successful applicants, upon a conditional job offer, must complete a criminal background check, pre-employment physical and driving record check. Successful applicants must be tobacco and nicotine free.

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