Employment & Volunteer Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

The Nassau County Department of Health employs individuals to serve in various programs.  The following titles are commonly hired by the Department:

  • Public Health Nurses
  • Epidemiologists
  • Social Health Investigators
  • Environmental Health Sanitarians
  • Public Health Engineers
  • Early Intervention Service Coordinators
  • Public Health Administrators

Positions are competitive and require passing examinations administered by the Civil Service Commission. Job announcements are posted periodically on the Civil Service Commission web site at www.nassaucivilservice.com.   This web site outlines minimum qualifications, salary range, location and filing deadlines for available positions.

Interested individuals may visit or telephone the Nassau County Civil Service Commission to obtain additional information.  The Civil Service Commission is located at 40 Main Street, Hempstead, NY, 11550, telephone number (516) 572-1882.   Questions regarding Health Department employment opportunities may be emailed to the Human Resources Department at doh.humanresources@nassaucountyny.gov.

Current Nassau County Department Of Health Employment Opportunities
Public Health Nurse - Tuberculosis Control
Dietetic Technician - WIC Program
Sanitarian Trainee

The Nassau County Department of Health is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.  Women, minorities and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Internship Opportunities

The Nassau County Department of Health is supportive of educational opportunities for students interested in public health careers, and offers unpaid internship opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students.  Interested candidates should forward a cover letter and resume to Nassau County Department of Health Human Resources at doh.humanresources@nassaucountyny.gov or by mail to Nassau County Department of Health Human Resources, 200 County Seat Drive, Mineola, NY, 11501.

Requests for internships for school credit may be available, and require the completion of additional paperwork by your school.