We are hiring

Job Opportunities

Working in local public health is a rewarding career that allows you to see the direct impact you have on shaping health and wellness within Williams County.

Learn more about Williams County Health Department careers and internship opportunities.

Current Positions:

The following career opportunities are now available.

Please read the description for specific steps to apply for the position desired.



The Williams County Health Department is an equal opportunity employer and values a diverse and highly educated workforce.

Why Williams County Health Department (WCHD)?

Join our forward-thinking, nationally accredited health department and work as part of a dynamic team that invests in the health and wellness of our community. Williams County Health Department houses a highly motivated, supportive staff and consistently scores well above 90% on employee satisfaction surveys.

  • Growth and Development
    • Tuition reimbursement
    • Financial support for the membership of an approved professional organization
    • Culture of learning including training opportunities on and off site for continuous employee growth
    • Professional development, training opportunities, and strategic priorities based on The Studer Group concept of 5 Pillars (Service, Growth, Quality, People and Financial) for continuous improvement and commitment to excellence
    • WCHD provides an array of public health programs and services that greatly benefit our communities.
  • Work-life Balance and Support
    • WCHD offers full- and part-time employees access to benefits to be at their personal best
    • Paid time off including vacation days, 2 personal days, sick leave, and 14 paid holidays each year as accrued
    • All salaries are subject to an annual review
    • Free YMCA memberships for employees and discounts on family memberships
    • Located between Toledo, OH and Fort Wayne, IN
  • Benefits and Other Perks
    • Medical, vision, and dental insurance with 100% of individual premiums paid by WCHD for full-time employees
    • Access to Everside Health which includes some free healthcare, prescription, and lab services
    • Employees are eligible for plans offered by the Ohio Public Retirement System (OPERS). WCHD contributes 14% of your annual salary to OPERS each year.
    • Life insurance
    • Ohio Deferred Compensation program available as an optional supplemental retirement plan, similar to a 401k program.
    • Free flu shots


The Williams County Health Department values the opportunity to provide practical experience and real-world knowledge to those who are interested in a career in public health.

Learn more about our internship opportunities:

Environmental Public Health Internships

Health Education & Preparedness Internships

To be considered for a student or volunteer opportunity, or to determine if we can create an experience for you to learn more about a career in public health, please contact us with the following:

  • Your name
  • Name of your school (if applicable)
  • Your course of study (if applicable)
  • Your year in school (if applicable)
  • What you would specifically like to do here at the Health Department and why
  • When you would like this experience to start and end
  • What your availability would be
  • Any school internship requirements (if applicable)
  • A current resume