Jobs & RFPs

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Vector Ecologist, County of San Diego – Department of Environmental Health

Description: The County of San Diego is currently accepting job applications for Vector Ecologist.  Employees in this job class are assigned to the Department of Environmental Health and perform professional work involved in vector-borne disease and vector nuisance abatement through surveillance, identification, analysis, prevention and control of vertebrate and invertebrate vectors, their hosts, and sources within the county. Click Department of Environmental Health to obtain additional information on this department.

Submission Deadline: 12/8/2019 11:59 PM

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Secretary/Bookkeeper, Tulare MAD

Description:  Under the direction of the General Manager and Operations Director performs the duties of Secretary and Office Manager. Duties include Payroll & Accounts Payable, Personnel Management, Telephone Operations.
Submission Deadline: Open until filled
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Supervising Environmental Health Specialist, Riverside County DEH

Description: The Riverside County Department of Environmental Health is recruiting for a Supervisor within the Vector Control Program.  Under general direction, this position plans, coordinates, and supervises the Vector Control program activities; along with performing the full range of supervisor and other related duties as required. 

Supervisor duties include, but are not limited to: oversight of program staff and resources; field inspections; complaint investigations; advising and consulting with the public, neighboring agencies, and property owners regarding compliance with state and local environmental health laws, codes and regulations; review and verification of service contracts, fiscal billings and invoices; and reviewing of program policies and procedures to maximize the program impact.

Minimum requirements for this position include: 1 – Possession of valid Registered Environmental Health Specialist certification issued by the California Department of Public Health; and 2 – Possession of a valid California Driver License; and 3 – Minimum of one year work experience as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist equivalent to Riverside County’s Environmental Health Specialist IV, or a minimum of two years equivalent to Riverside County’s Environmental Health Specialist III.

Current Vector Control Technician certification by the California Department of Public Health is highly desirable.

Submission Deadline: The preliminary closing date for this posting is Friday, November 22, 2019 at 11:59 pm however postings may close at any time.

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Senior Public Health Biologist, California Department of Public Health

Description: The Vector-Borne Disease Section of the California Department of Public Health is recruiting for a Public Health Biologist at the Senior level. Public Health Biologists conduct activities relating to the prevention, surveillance, epidemiology, and control of vector-borne diseases in California. This position serves as the lead Public Health Biologist for the statewide tick and tick-borne disease surveillance program and is located in Richmond (San Francisco Bay Area), California. Salary range is $6210 – $8096/month (up to $97,152/year). 

Please also indicate your interest in the position by emailing your CV or resume to Vicki Kramer vicki.kramer@cdph.ca.gov. Please contact Dr. Kramer, Chief, Vector-Borne Disease Section, with any questions. Email or phone (916) 552-9730.

Submission Deadline: November 20, 2019

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Microbiologist, Orange County MVCD

Description: The Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District invites applications for the position of Microbiologist. The Microbiologist conducts technical laboratory testing and analysis and performs biological testing procedures pertaining to arthropod-borne diseases and other vector-borne diseases, collecting, processing, and maintaining serum and specimens for testing; performs quality assurance and quality control for all laboratory testing; and performs related work as required.

This position reports to the Director of Scientific Technical Services and exercises no direct supervision over staff.

The position will remain open until a significant amount of qualified applications are received.

A resume and/or a curriculum vitae may be attached.

Submission Deadline: Continuous

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General Manager, Delta VCD

Description: Under authority of the Board of Trustees, the General Manager: plans, organizes, and directs a comprehensive mosquito and vector control program for the Delta Vector Control District; provides policy guidance and program evaluation to the Board and management staff; encourages and facilitates provision of services; fosters cooperative working relationships with partner agencies, State and local intergovernmental and regulatory agencies and various public and private groups. The position is regarded as executive and technical in providing the leadership for planning and implementing short- and long-term programs. Work is performed in conformance with established policies and regulations and is subject to review by the Board of Trustees.

Submission Deadline: November 27, 2019

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Vector Control Technician, Shasta MVCD

Description: Under the general direction of the District Manager and Assistant Manager, and reporting to the Field Supervisor, the Vector Control Technician (VCT) performs inspections (surveillance) and control operations relative to vector control operations in an assigned area or areas of responsibility, may perform tasks of a specialized function or need and do related work as required within the auspices of a mosquito and vector control agency. The Vector Control Technician reports to the Field Supervisor.

Submission Deadline: Open until filled

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