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Clay County Public Health Center
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Why Work at Clay County Public Health Center?

Clay County Public Health Center believes that people are our greatest asset. We are looking for dedicated individuals that value the Public Health profession, while at the same time, challenge the traditional boundaries of Public Health programs. To ensure a highly skilled work force, we offer many diverse training and development opportunities to every employee at Clay County Public Health Center. We believe that every individual, team, and Division can make a positive impact on the programs and services we offer to our communities.

From our website you may view our employment benefits, current employment opportunities, and download employment application forms. 

Click here to view our employment benefits 

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need assistance with the application process please contact the Director of Human Resources at (816) 595-4200. 


Drug and Tobacco Free Agreement 

The use of drugs or tobacco containing products is a known hazard to the health and well-being of those who use them.  Health problems associated with the use of these products contribute to the increase in health care costs and insurance premiums.  Use of drugs and tobacco containing products has been shown to decrease employee productivity, efficiency and increase absenteeism.  It is in recognition of these factors that effective, July 13, 2012, and thereafter, applicants seeking employment with the Clay County Public Health Center (CCPHC) will be required to sign a Drug and Tobacco Free Agreement indicating whether or not they have used drugs and / or tobacco containing products within the six (6) months immediately preceding their application for employment.

By signing the agreement, each applicant acknowledges that a condition of employment is to have been drug and tobacco free for at least six (6) months prior to applying to CCPHC and that they will remain drug and tobacco free for the duration of employment with the Clay County Public Health Center.  A positive drug or positive tobacco (nicotine) screening will result in a withdrawal of the employment offer or termination of employment by the Clay County Public Health Center for someone hired after the effective date.

Clay County Public Health Center (CCPHC) is in conformity with the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988 and has adopted a policy mandating that the manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession or use of non-prescribed controlled substances, or the use of alcohol, or the unauthorized distribution or sale of alcohol is unlawful and is prohibited in CCPHC workplaces. Employees who violate this policy may be required to attend counseling through the Employee Assistance Program, be suspended, or have their employment terminated by CCPHC.


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