Jobs & RFPs

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District Manager, Fresno MVCD

Description: The Fresno Mosquito and Vector Control District is looking for a highly skilledadministrator to serve as its next District Manager. This position provides direction on the operations and activities of the District and ensures smooth operation of all administrative functions. Qualified candidates will have a thorough knowledge of administrative practices, principles of organization and fiscal personnel management. An ability to plan, organize, and direct a mosquito control program adapted to the needs of the community is critical. The successful candidate will be able to coordinate the work of various disciplines involved in program operations and utilize community and other resources in program implementation. The next District Manager will actively outreach to the community and neighboring public agencies, so candidates should clearly demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills. The successful candidate will stand ready to embrace and champion the District’s mission. 

Submission Deadline: August 31, 2017

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Vector Control Specialist II, San Gabriel Valley MVCD

Description: The Vector Control Specialist II inspects for and controls vectors in an assigned area, and may perform specialized tasks and/or assignments and do related work as required.

Submission Deadline: August 18, 2017

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Description: The County of El Dorado is conducting this recruitment to fill one (1) extra help seasonal vacancy for the Community Development Agency – Environmental Management Division, located in South Lake Tahoe.  It will also establish a list, for up to three (3) months, which may be used to fill future full time, part time and extra help vacancies at the I and II levels in Placerville and South Lake Tahoe.

Submission Deadline: Continuous

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Public Outreach and Social Media Coordinator (Bilingual, Spanish/English), Fresno Westside MAD

Description:  Under the direction of the District Manager, the Public Outreach and Social Media Coordinator (“POSMC”) plans and administers a public outreach and social media program focused on invasive mosquitoes in Fresno County and the diseases they carry. The POSMC collects, evaluates and develops content for a county-wide social media campaign. The POSMC identifies community events for targeted outreach, prepares necessary materials, and, with the assistance of staff, provides community education at the events. The POSMC assists with the training of district staff in the dissemination of information. This classification is a temporary, at-will position with no expectation of continued employment. This is an hourly-rate position, with no additional benefits.

Submission Deadline: 10/27/2017

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Laboratory Director, Sacramento-Yolo MVCD

Description: Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Manager and general direction of the Manager, this classification has full-scale leadership of laboratory functions and research projects, oversees laboratory staff and technical operations to ensure accurate and consistent surveillance and testing procedures, quality control, safety, and records maintenance for the Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District.

Submission Deadline: 9/29/17 at 3:30pm

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CVMVCD Research Program FY 2017-2018

The Coachella Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District (CVMVCD) is currently seeking applications of collaborative research projects. Researchers with expertise in the field of vector and vector borne disease surveillance, control and ecology are sought to provide applications for potential funding.

The goal of this collaborative effort will be to develop and evaluate applied vector and vector-borne disease surveillance and/or integrated vector management (IVM) strategies.  Funded projects should seek to improve CVMVCD’s operations and surveillance programs in the Coachella Valley and make the best use of the District’s financial resources. Projects with a 2-year timeline are encouraged.

Research interests and guidelines for proposals can be found at