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Public Information Officer, Orange County MVCD

Description: Under general direction, performs a variety of professional and administrative activities in support of District’s communication, media relations and community outreach programs; serves as liaison between the District and other public agencies, professional organizations, community and industry groups, education community, and the media; creates and develops a variety of materials and other services for dissemination through communications, media, public outreach meetings and events; and performs related work as required.

Receives general direction from the Director of Communications. May exercise supervision over part-time outreach staff.

This is a professional classification responsible for coordinating, designing, and scheduling of public outreach and media events. Incumbents regularly work on tasks which are varied and complex, requiring considerable discretion and independent judgment. Positions in the classification rely on experience and judgment to develop, plan and implement community outreach programs. Assignments are given with general guidelines and incumbents are responsible for establishing objectives, timelines, and methods to develop public affairs programs. Work is typically reviewed upon completion for soundness, appropriateness, and conformity to policy and requirements.

Submission Deadline: Open until filled

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Field Technician I, Sacramento-Yolo MVCD

Description: Under the general direction of the Assistant Manager and direct supervision of the Field or Fisheries Supervisor, this position performs inspections and control operations or other related or specialized services in an assigned crew within the Control Operations department for the Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District. Crew assignments include Catch Basins, Fisheries, South Sacramento, North Sacramento, South Yolo and North Yolo.

The Field Technician I is the entry level class of the Field Technician series. Incumbents may advance to the Field Technician II class and pay scale after two (2) years as a Field Technician I and successfully obtaining certification in categories A, B, C and D of the Mosquito Control Technician certification.

Submission Deadline: Friday, July 26, 2019 by 3:30pm.

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Laboratory Technician I, Contra Costa MVCD

Description: Under the direction of the Scientific Program Manager, the Laboratory Technician I assists with field surveys for vectors and vector-borne diseases, identifies mosquitoes and other organisms to species and submits them for testing, assists with care/maintenance of sentinel chicken flocks, records data and performs routine data entry, assists with laboratory assays and field research projects, keeps laboratory and lab equipment clean and organized, assists with repair and maintenance of field surveillance equipment, and performs other work as needed by the District.

Submission Deadline: Open Until Filled

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Administrative Analyst I, Contra Costa MVCD

Description: Under the direction of the Administrative Services Manager, performs a wide variety of specialized administrative, accounting and clerical duties. Secretarial work ranging from average to complex assignments, including but not limited to reception services, data entering, file archiving, emails, answering telephone, email inquiries and complaints on behalf of the public, and dictation and transcription. The Administrative Analyst I must work cooperatively and effectively with others encountered in the course of work including the public, exercising diplomacy and tact, and must establish and maintain effective working relationships.

Submission Deadline: Open Until Filled

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Environmental Biologist, Marin/Sonoma MVCD

Description: Under the direction of the Assistant Manager and general direction of the Scientific Programs Manager, the Environmental Biologist (EB) assists the Operations and Laboratory departments in implementing the District’s Integrated Vector Management Program.

The EB provides assistance to the District’s mosquito surveillance programs, the planning and execution of mosquito source reduction work, research projects, mosquito and vector control operations, regulatory compliance, and interagency education and collaboration. The EB will also monitor and make recommendations for solving especially complex or problematic vector production issues. This position performs technical project work in the field and assists the Laboratory and Operations departments with their weekly workflow.

Submissions Deadline: MSMVCD will be performing background checks on applicants. Applications must be submitted by 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 31, 2019. 

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