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Mosquito season generally runs March through September. Time off during this time is expected to be minimal. Seasonal field technicians will be working ampm Monday through Thursday. Duties will include, but will not be limited to the following:.
To apply please submit a ed copy of the following application to jjacobson co. Successful candidate will collect, identify, enumerate, process and analyze vectors mostly mosquitoesusing typical laboratory techniques and methods. Candidates should be comfortable in field and laboratory settings, have strong interpersonal communication skills, and be well trained in the scientific method, especially as it relates to vector borne disease ecology and epidemiology.
Duties include setting and retrieving vector traps in swamps and wetlands, working in conditions that may expose them to insect bites, and working with infectious agents in a laboratory setting. Candidates should have a strong desire to support research on vector borne diseases, and will be expected to participate in research projects and other duties. Experience in vector control will be preferred. Successful candidate must pass a reference check and criminal background screen, and may be asked to participate in a pre-employment drug screen and medical exam.
Applicants have three options to apply for this position: We DO NOT accept s in lieu of the District general application, but attaching a is encouraged. Applications may be submitted by US Mail or scanned pdfs delivering the application materials to:. application materials in pdf to: jjacobson co.
If you require accommodation to participate in our application process, please contact Josh Jacobson at The District is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other classification protected by law. Are you interested in helping your community?
You will be working outside, with limited supervision, protecting the community from the annoyance of mosquitoes and diseases such as West Nile virus. For those studying and teaching Agriculture, Biology or other applied sciences this position is an excellent builder and offers you an opportunity to gain field experience in sampling techniques and data collection.
Duties will include, but will not be limited to the following: Survey ased zone for mosquito larval sources, such as, irrigated pastures, ditches, marshy areas, sumps, water troughs, etc. Identify stage of larval development and treat the area as needed. Operate truck, and hand spray equipment. Keep records of pesticide applications. Pick up dead birds for West Nile virus testing.
Respond to citizen requests. Office work such as data entry Other duties as specified by supervisory personnel. Primary duties under the supervision of the District Biologist General Regular attendance at staff meetings Weekly work reports in written form to the District Biologist Adherence to CCVCD policies and procedures, as outlined in the General Handbook Responsible for regular laboratory cleaning and orderliness Shared responsibility for weekly District cleaning chores trash, restrooms, etc. Obtain an Oregon Department of Agriculture Public Applicator within 30 days of hire, and maintain licensure throughout employment.
Surveillance Adult trapping Carbon dioxide baited traps Gravid traps Cummings, GAT, ovi-cup Identification of larval and adult mosquitoes and flies Maintenance and archiving of surveillance records in written and electronic format Interacting with ArcGIS-based surveillance software, to include generation of graphs and tables for dissemination to various agencies and individuals Generating and filing reports of surveillance activities to relevant agencies OHA, CDC, CCVCD Board of Trustees, etc.
Pick up an application 7am — 5pm, M-Th at the District office at Abernethy Road, Oregon City, ORor Download the application from the District web see belowor Request an application be mailed to you by calling Do you enjoy the outdoors? Seeking hard working candidate with good communication and organizational skills and a strong background in biology, with emphasis vector borne disease ecology. For Application.Adult seeking sex Oregon City
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