Careers, Internships and Volunteer Opportunities
The Clay County Public Health Center believes that our employees are our greatest asset. We are looking for dedicated individuals that value the public health profession, while at the same time, challenge the traditional boundaries of public health programs. To ensure a highly skilled team, we offer many development opportunities as well as work-life balance activities to our employees. We highly value diversity and inclusion, and believe that every employee can make a positive impact in our communities.
The Clay County Public Health Center offers positions with competitive total compensation packages, including pay based on qualifications, weekday hours, 13 paid holidays, 2.5 weeks paid vacation, 2.5 weeks paid sick leave, an employer paid retirement pension plan, paid life insurance, education assistance, a wellness reimbursement program & more.
The Clay County Public Health Center partners with educational institutions and provides other internship opportunities where possible to provide students with academically related-work experience.
Volunteers play an important role in helping the Clay County Public Health Center accomplish its mission of delivering the essential public health services of prevention, promotion and protection to the communities of Clay County.
The Clay County Public Health Center is proud to be a drug and tobacco free workplace. Effective July 13, 2012, employees are required to sign a drug and tobacco free agreement.
The Clay County Public Health Center is an equal opportunity employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities act, if you need assistance with the application process, please contact the director of human resources at 816-595-4200.