Human Resources

Human Resources

The Human Resources Program is primarily responsible for obtaining and retaining the highest qualified employees available to serve the citizens of Franklin County with optimum quality. The Human Resources Program manages all employee benefits, payroll data, and worker’s compensation issues and is responsible for the management of all fleet vehicles.

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Career Opportunities

Administrative Assistant – Full Time
- Administration Division – Cross-Sector Programs

Health Communications Specialist
- Administration Division

Emergency Preparedness Planner– Full Time (Grant Funded)
- Administration – Emergency Preparedness

Registered Sanitarian In-Training,
Registered Sanitarian I or Registered Sanitarian II

- Full-Time Position, Environmental Health – Food Safety Program

Registered Sanitarian In-Training,
Registered Sanitarian I or Registered Sanitarian II

- Full-Time Position, Environmental Health – Nuisance Program

Infectious Disease Nurse
- Full-Time Position, Prevention and Wellness/Infectious Disease

Public Health Nurse
- Full-Time Position, Prevention and Wellness

Public Health Nurse (2 positions)
- Full-Time Position, Prevention & Wellness/CMH Program

Please download an application, fill it out and sign it. You can either scan and email it to us or mail it in along with your resume and cover letter.

Email
Peggy Bartow, Human Resources Manager peggybartow@franklincountyohio.gov.

Mail 
Peggy Bartow, Human Resources Manager
Franklin County Public Health
280 East Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43215-4562

For additional information call (614) 525-3846.

Equal Opportunity Employer

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Student & Intern Clinical Experience or Practicum

Program Overview 
Franklin County Public Health (FCPH) is committed to working with schools of public health and other related academic programs to promote public health as a career choice.  Each year, FCPH offers unpaid internships, practicums or clinical experience to college and post-baccalaureate students interested in public health practice.  Eligible students will have the opportunity to:

  • Apply classroom learning;
  • Gain practice-based experience in a public health work setting;
  • Build core public health competencies;  and
  • Network with local and state public health professionals.   

Requests will be evaluated based on the ability to match the student to their requested experience; the availability of staff to precept the student; and the value of the project to public health.    

Application Process
Interested students should complete a Student and Intern Clinical Experience or Practicum Inquiry Sheet.  Inquiries are accepted anytime throughout the year, however students should submit their request at least 30 days prior to their requested start date. 

Students will be notified within 10 business days once an inquiry is received.  Students accepted for an internship must provide verification of enrollment (academic transcript or registration); and documentation of preceptor responsibilities (if applicable) prior to the start of the internship.

Student and Intern Clinical Experience or Practicum Inquiry Sheet

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