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Central Valley Health


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Stutsman & Logan Counties Public Health Department


Helping communities to be the healthiest places to live, learn, work and play.



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Job Opening

Central Valley Health has an opening for an environmental health / food service inspections and emergency response practitioner to work with local public health agencies in SE central North Dakota. Requires a BA/BS degree in the field of physical, chemical or biological sciences with preference given to a degree in an accredited EH program or experience in EH. Excellent salary and benefits including fully paid health insurance.

Environmental Health Practitioner Job Description

Send resume and completed application by August 31, 2014 to:
Robin Iszler
122 2nd Street NW
Jamestown, ND 58401

Application available online or by calling 701-252-8130.

Employment Application

Central Valley Health District is an Equal Opportunity Employer



All programs and services provided by Central Valley Health District are available to anyone. Some restrictions apply depending upon individual program requirements. Provision of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act are observed in accordance with Section 601 stated as follows: "No person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination.





Hot Topics & News

The North Dakota Department of Health is offering a free video conference to provide information about the Ebola outbreak in western Africa and the implications for healthcare providers, businesses, and the public.

Health Care: August 15 @ 9:00AM
Business: August 18 @ 9:00AM
Public Meeting: August 18 @ 11:00AM
Clinician: August 22 @ 10:00AM
Video Conferences can be atteneded by visiting your local public health office or can be viewed online at You may also participate via phone by dialing in toll-free at 866.888.3385. No PIN is required. You will automatically be muted, and instructions for asking questions will be given when the Q&A portion of the meeting begins.



CVHD has an immediate opening for an Enviromental Health Practitioner



The North Dakota State Health Department has scheduled an opportunity for the public to learn about and comment on Emergency Preparedness Activities on June 4th at 1:30PM



May 19-25 is Recreational Water Illness and Injury Prevention Week



Department of Health Encourages Women to Make Their Health a Priority During Women’s Health Week



North Dakota Observes National Viral Hepatitis Awareness Month


North Dakota Department of Health Urges Caution During Tick Season






CVHD 2013 Installer Training

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