Environmental Health Officers develop, enforce and evaluate environmental health policies, programs and strategies to improve health outcomes, and oversee the implementation and monitoring of environmental health legislation.
You usually need a bachelor degree in environmental health, environmental science, health science, public health or another related field to work as an Environmental Health Officer. Some workers have a Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualification.
Top skills requested in job advertisements for this occupation.
Environmental Health and Safety
Public Health and Safety