The Inspections Program Supervisor provides leadership, conceptual development, resource acquisition and allocation, and general oversight of EHS’ Inspections Office unit, and the administrative, financial, business process and technology systems for the Inspections unit overall. The Inspections Program Supervisor is part of the EH Leadership Team (EHLT) and is responsible for being a part of a team that make EHS systems and budget decisions in congruence with the Public Health Strategic Plan.
As the Inspections Program Supervisor you will:
Build trusted relationships, interact and influence across all levels within the County.
Effectively engage in and sustain relationships with people from diverse cultures and socio-economic backgrounds.
Create, nurture, and support open dialogue for multiple perspectives and styles to be heard.
Support and/or comply with discrimination and harassment investigations in compliance with county, state and federal laws. Regularly discourage or stop negative, disrespectful, or unprofessional behaviors in the workplace.
Respectfully speak out against and immediately report instances of racism, discrimination and other harassing behavior. Use language and behavior that consistently respects and honors the dignity of diverse people and employees.
Manage multiple business and finance processes related to the county’s licensing and enforcement activities including restaurants, mobile units, childcare facilities, pools, tourist and travel, corrections, Job Corps, vending, recreational parks, and drinking water systems.
Supervise Office Assistants who support the licensing and enforcement activities of facilities.
Respectfully represent EHS program interests working with diverse business partners, including Department and county Business Services groups, external governmental agencies, business groups, private organizations, and the public, ensuring the delegated work for State of Oregon and other funders meets county standards for business operations as well as contractual requirements.
Plan and design program services to meet the current and future needs of the Program in serving the diverse community of licensed operators.
These functions are required to create a work culture of respect and of understanding for the highly diverse communities Environmental Health serves in the office and in the community.
Diversity and Inclusion: At Multnomah County, we don't just accept difference; we value it and support it to create a culture of dignity and respect for our employees. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We will consider any combination of relevant work experience, volunteering, education, and transferable skills as qualifying unless an item or section is labeled required. Please be clear and specific about how your background is relevant. For details about how we typically screen applications, review our overview of the selection process page.
Minimum Qualifications/Transferable Skills*:
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration, Business, Finance or a related field AND:
Three (3) to six (6) years of experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position. (Equivalency 7-10 years of qualifying training and/or experience).
Experience in governmental regulatory public health management at the state or local level
Management of administrative systems that have financial and budgetary business operations functions
Demonstrated experience successfully empowering diverse teams toward excellence; including employees of color, employees who speak varying languages, employees with visible or invisible disabilities and LGBTQ2i employees
*Transferable skills: Your transferable skills are any skills you have gained through education, work experience (including the military) or life experience that are relevant for this position. Be sure to describe any transferable skills on your application and clearly explain how they apply to this position
Internal Number: R-708
About Multnomah County Health Department
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