•Master’s degree in epidemiology, en environmental science, statistics, or a cl closely related degree.
•Three years of job related experience in ep epidemiology or environmental health.
•Other combinations of directly related education and experience may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
•Bachelor’s and master’s coursework that in includes 15 term hours (10 semester) in to toxicology, 20 term hours (14 semester) in ch chemistry (including inorganic, organic, and bi biochemistry) and 35 term (24 semester) ho hours in any combination of the following: ph physiology, histology, pathology, st statistics, environmental science, mi microbiology, physical or environmental ch chemistry (in addition to the above in indicated 20 term hours), anatomy, ph pharmacology, epidemiology, industrial hy hygiene, toxicology (in addition to the ab above indicated 15 term hours) or vertebrate bi biology or zoology.
•Experience in in assessing and controlling th the impact of toxic substances on human he health and the environment.
•Experience in geographic information systems preferred.