Vector Control Community Resource Specialist, County of Santa Clara Vector Control District

Description: Under general direction, to plan, develop and implement public awareness programs on the services provided by the Vector Control District; and to develop effective methods of conveying information concerning the prevention of vector-borne diseases through public education.

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Apply by December 13, 2023

Vector Ecologist, County of San Diego

Description: To 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; and to perform related work as required.

Positions in this class are found in the Vector Surveillance and Control Division, Department of Environmental Health and Quality. Vector Ecologists are professional biologists required to possess “unlimited” California Department of Health Services’ Certification in Mosquito Control, Vertebrate Vector Control, and Terrestrial Invertebrate Vector Control. 

This is the journey level in the Vector Ecologist series. Under general supervision, incumbents function as subject matter experts in vector biology, surveillance and control, with responsibility for one or more specific vector surveillance and control program areas and/or a geographical area.

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Apply by January 7, 2024

Field Supervisor, West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District

Description: Under direction, plans, organizes, and supervises the field inspection and control operations of the District; supervises employees engaged in such operations; and performs related work as required.  May be required to cover any program for the District so must have a thorough knowledge of each program in the District.

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Communications Manager, Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District

Description: Under general direction, plans, organizes, and manages the staff and operations of the Communications Department including public relations, outreach, public education, communications, media relations, government relations, and community events; assists with formulation of departmental policies, goals, and directives; coordinates assigned activities with other District departments, officials, outside agencies, and the public; fosters cooperative working relationships among District departments and with intergovernmental, regulatory agencies, and various public and private groups; provides responsible and complex professional assistance to the General Manager in areas of expertise; and performs related work as required. 

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