100 Years of Fighting Mosquitoes in California

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homepage-mosquitoTo provide quality public information, comprehensive mosquito and vector-borne disease surveillance, training to high professional standards, and effective legislative advocacy on behalf of California mosquito and vector control districts.


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Phone 916-440-0826
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Email mvcac@mvcac.org

Recent MVCAC Job Listings

Accounting Technician, Placer MVCD

Ideal Candidate

The District is seeking an Accounting Technician who is a self-starter, detail-oriented, comfortable juggling multiple priorities to process day-to-day accounting, payroll and benefits transactions. The ideal candidate will be comfortable administering employee benefits and using accounting software applications. Familiarity with the County of Placer’s Accounting System (PAS) is highly desirable. The ideal candidate is able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with both internal and external customers. Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills are key qualities for success in this position. The District is based in Roseville, CA and serves all of Placer County.

Posted: October 2, 2015

Final Filing Date: October 16, 2015

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Ecological Management Technician, Sacramento-Yolo MVCD

The Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District has opened a recruitment for an Ecological Management Technician. This recruitment is Open Until Filled.

Under the direct supervision of the Ecological Management Supervisor, the individual is responsible for implementing BMP projects and Ecological Management Programs that reduce and/or eliminate mosquito development sites, or enhance other components of the District Integrated Pest Management program.  This may include: operating construction equipment, conducting biological and physical surveys of fields, agricultural drains, and wetlands, using technological devices to collect environmental data on the project site, and communicating with landowners and managers regarding mosquito reduction practices and responsibilities. 

Incumbents in this position will work closely with the Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Information Technology (IT), Laboratory (lab), and Control Operations Departments and have a general understanding of basic computer operations, spray equipment, application techniques and other related technologies.

Please see our web site at http://www.fightthebite.net/job-listings/ for a complete announcement and application.

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District Manager, Orange County MVCD


The Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District is recruiting within the State of California for a highly experienced administrator to carry out the mission statement and goals of the District. The new District Manager will work closely with the Board of Trustees, full-time staff, and with an annual budget of $10.8 million. This senior-level executive will be results-driven, with well-grounded and ethical decision making abilities, superior interpersonal and communication skills, and outstanding public speaking abilities. The District serves approximately 3.1 million residents in a roughly 948-square mile area. The District Manager must have dynamic leadership, interpersonal skills, and excellent communication skills.

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Environmental Program Manager, Greater Los Angeles County VCD


Application Deadline:            OPEN UNTIL FILLED (REPOST)

Monthly Rate:                          $6,118 – $7,603/month (Salary commensurate with experience)

Status:                                       Full-time/Exempt 

Location:                                   Santa Fe Springs Headquarters

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Vector Control Ecologist, Santa Clara County VCD

The exact opening date for the position is tentative.  Applicants cannot submit applications until the position opens, however there is an option for interested applicants to receive notification via e-mail when the job becomes open for online application submittals (see link below).  

The Distinguishing characteristics for this position are:

The Vector Control Ecologist possesses specialized technical knowledge in the areas of entomology, medical parasitology, medical entomology and pesticides to perform professional vector ecology surveillance and research and is technically proficient in a wide variety of vector-borne diseases. Vector Control Ecologists interpret and apply advanced scientific concepts, methods and techniques to perform a full range of activities relating to operational research, investigation and the evaluation of safe Vector Control District practices, to effectively manage and control vectors, such as mosquitoes, rodents, other arthropods and related diseases, and to better understand complex public health issues. Vector Control Ecologists are expected to develop methods and procedures to solve most technical problems in their assigned program areas.

For more information on the Vector Control Ecologist Position Description and typical duties please see:


Interested applicants can request e-mail notification when recruitment window opens: