The Ocean County Health Department is pleased to announce that it will be conducting a Community Job Fair on May 17, 2018. Each of the Health Department’s divisions will have representatives present to answer questions concerning the work involved to accomplish the mission of each department. The public is invited to attend and learn more about the services offered through the Health Department; and job-seekers are encouraged to inquire about present and future employment opportunities within the Department.
Freeholder Director and Board of Health Liaison Gerry P. Little comments that: “The Ocean County Health Department has consistently served the residents of Ocean County well; through a myriad of services ranging from the provision of annual flu shots, with over 185 clinics this year alone, to providing shelters for dogs and cats up for adoption in both the northern and southern parts of the County.” “Thousands of residents throughout the county are well served by the Health Department and its many programs each year. I encourage our residents to stop by the Department on May 17th to find out more of what the Department offers, including potential employment for qualified candidates.”
Daniel E. Regenye, Public Health Coordinator for the Ocean County Health Department adds: “We have a vibrant and exceptional workforce committed to providing services to the residents of our county to improve public health every day. We are pleased to offer this job fair to showcase the many services we provide and to attract potential future employees to join us in our mission to improve public health.”
Brian E. Rumpf, Esq., Director of Administration and Program Development for the Ocean County Health Department offers that: “The job fair will serve as a unique opportunity to both engage the public on the many services offered through the Department, while, hopefully, serving as a catalyst for recruitment for positions which may be available now and in the future for community members seeking employment at a mission driven agency centered on the improvement of public health. The public is invited to attend at the main campus of the Ocean County Health Department at 175 Sunset Avenue, Toms River, from 4 PM to 7 PM on Thursday, May 17th.”