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Recent MVCAC Job Listings

Pilot, Lee County Mosquito/Hyacinth Control Districts

Operate helicopters (UH1, Jet Ranger or 407) and fixed wing aircraft (King Air, DC3 Turbine or Cherokee 6) to conduct larviciding and adulticiding spray missions, conduct inspections and transport District personnel and guests around Lee County

  • an FAA Commercial Pilot license with a current Class II FAA medical certificate and a Rotorcraft/Helicopter Rating with a minimum of 1000 hours pilot in command flight time of which 500 hours must be in turbine helicopters
  • a fixed wing Commercial Pilot certificate with a multi-engine land rating and a minimum of 500 hours pilot in command multi engine flight time
  • a minimum 100 hours of low level spray experience
  • an ability to work both day and nighttime shifts

Hiring range is $27.59 – $36.77 per hour depending on experience and qualifications.


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Mosquito Control Biologist III, Lee County Mosquito/Hyacinth Control Districts

This hands-on, field management position oversees the day-to-day ground and aerial larviciding mosquito activities for the District with over site of a fulltime staff of 17 and up to 5 seasonal staff.

  • Bachelor degree in a biological science from an accredited college or university
  • Five years or more in a management role with a mosquito control program preferably in Florida
  • Demonstrated thorough knowledge of all aspects of mosquito control practices particularly aerial larviciding
  • Current Florida Public Health License, Advanced Inspector Certification, and successful completion of the Advanced Identification Class at FMEL (or be able to obtain after hire)
  • Excellent computer skills including a demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office and an ability to quickly master internal programs (GIS systems and databases)
  • Ability to communicate effectively in English and be able to read and understand chemical label instructions in English
  • Valid Class E drivers license and a clean driving record

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Scientific Programs Manager, Marin/Sonoma Mosquito & Vector Control District


SALARY:     $95,736 – $107,688  annually (additional COLAs will apply in July for the next two years)

BENEFITS: Benefit package (pension, medical, dental, vision, sick leave, vacation, 11 paid holidays and two floating days annually).

STATUS:    Regular full time, FLSA Exempt , subject to twelve (12) month probation period.

CLOSING DATE:  Friday, February 20, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.

Definition of the Position: Under general direction, the Scientific Programs Manager (SPM) organizes, supervises and directs the daily operations of the laboratory.  In addition, the Scientific Programs Manager also assists the Assistant Manager, Manager, Field Supervisors and field technical staff in planning and implementation of projects related to vector-borne disease surveillance or other special research projects and programs as identified by the Assistant Manager and/or the District Manager.

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District Manager, Alameda County MAD

POSITION:                   District Manager


FILING PERIOD:           January 20, 2015 through February 28, 2015


SALARY RANGE:         $8,482/month to $11,521/month                             

BENEFITS:                   Full benefit package (retirement, medical, dental, vacation, sick leave, holidays, etc.)

PROBATION:                District Manager position is subject to a one year probationary period.

STATUS:                      Regular full time

APPLICATION:   Filing Location:

Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District

23187 Connecticut St.

Hayward, CA 94545


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Vector Control Surveillance Internship (Paid), Lake County Vector Control District

POSITION: Vector Control Surveillance Internship (Paid)

SALARY: $12-$14/ hour, DOE

FILING DEADLINE: February 13, 2015 or until filled

BENEFITS: Paid holidays.

STATUS: Seasonal, 40 hrs/week.  Typically March through October, but this position may be extended to accommodate the needs of the District.


The Lake County Vector Control District (LCVCD) is an independent special district that serves all of Lake County.  In addition to mosquito and mosquito-borne disease surveillance and control, the District also conducts regular surveillance for ticks and tick-borne diseases, the nuisance midge Chaoborus astictopus (Clear Lake Gnat), and surveillance and control for various Culicoides species.  The District responds as needed to other vectors and vector-borne diseases that occur within the county.  In order to address the variety of unusual vectors and vector situations that occur within its boundaries, the LCVCD maintains a strong research program and regularly presents its findings at state and national conferences and in journals.


This position will report to work at the district office in Lakeport each day.  Work area may change from day to day depending on need, and be anywhere in Lake County.  The internship is not a tenure-track appointment, and interns are selected on the basis that the working/learning experience at LCVCD will contribute to the attainment of their career goals in the natural sciences.  The intern will gain practical experience in the field of public health vector surveillance and control, which should serve as a stepping stone for career advancement.  There may be opportunities to collaborate on publications and/or presentations for state or national conferences.

Experience in biology laboratory and/or fieldwork are highly desirable.  College coursework in biological sciences required.  A bachelor’s degree and/or previous laboratory experience preferred but not required.  The position requires a valid California driver’s license and employees must be insurable with the District’s insurance carrier using the accepted guidelines of the insurance provider.

Additional information and applications are available at http://www.lcvcd.org/About/Jobs/index.html.