Animal Nursery Worker Job Description Sample
Nursery Animal Care Worker - Comfrey, MN
Performs functions that are directly and indirectly related to the care of the nursery pig. Performs basic site requirements such as housekeeping, feed ordering, sanitation and load in/out are components required of the Nursery Herdsperson. Will also be a resource to the Early Pig Care Specialist when required as pig care is the primary responsibility for the nursery staff.
1.Help receive, sort, and size pigs.
2.Guide trailers to chutes and help unload pigs off trailers when needed.
3.Assist in loading of feeder pigs.
4.Assist in moving excess feed from room to room, or room to hallway.
5.Assist with maintenance to include: cleaning of shop, office, site and laundry
6.Feed young pigs on comfort boards.
7.Mix liquid nutrition and fill bowls for small, thin pigs in center bowls.
8.Tattoo and vaccinate feeder pigs.
9.Tear down and set up rooms including emptying feeders, putting mats down, setting feeders backup, hanging heat lamps, and pulling mats out of pens as needed.
Required Knowledge and
- Position requires individual must be self-motivated and has the willingness to learn the required skills to assist in the production of a quality feeder pig.
- Individual must be trustworthy, dependable, reliable and a team player. Must have ability to fulfill requirements as directed by Pod Lead or Service Manager.
- Utilizes independent judgment in development and execution of day-to-day responsibilities.
Animal Caretaker - Nursery
IOWASELECT FARMS -- JOB DESCRIPTION
TITLE: Nursery AnimalCaretaker
REPORTS TO: Wean to FinishManager
PURPOSE OF POSITION: Towork as a team member caring for and administering to newly weaned pig and/orfeeder pigs to assure optimum productivity throughout the finishing phase. Thisperson will assist where needed working with animals and light facility repairand maintenance.
Adhere to ISFbio-security policy at all times and report to management team any violation.
Adhere to ISFanimal wellbeing policy at all times and know reporting procedures whenincident occurs.
Adhere to ISFsafety policies and procedures and wear appropriate safety equipment (PPE) forappropriate tasks and work in a safe manner.
The 3 keyresponsibilities listed above are all tracked via audits, you play a criticalrole in the success of audits for the entire farm which also impacts incentivepayouts.
Care andmanagement of animals to ensure that:
Animals are properly fed.
Water is available.
Observation of all animals daily and ensuring sick animals are properly treated.
Overall animal conditions are evaluated and maintained.
Follow proper steps for timely euthanasia and be able to identify when it is needed.
Care andmanagement of facilities to ensure that:
Fans, curtains, heaters and other equipment are working properly.
Ventilation equipment is adjusted to provide proper environment.
Facilities are kept clean, including power washing, disinfection, tear down and set up of barns between groups.
Maintain accuraterecords using ISF forms and protocols.
Procure,administer and dispense medications and vaccinations according to ISFprotocols.
Proper handlingof chemicals (storage and application).
Follow deadremoval protocols and ensure safety and biosecurity procedures are beingfollowed.
Move animalsusing safe handling practices.
Receive, sort,and pen incoming animals
Load out animals,move in small groups (3-5 market hogs) to meet truckers needs
Monitor feedusage and communicate needs to manager.
Monitor theenvironment and the environmental controls in the facilities.
Provide feedbackto manager and supervisors.
Demeanor shouldbe positive and professional at all times.
Daily focusshould be on welfare of animals, not personal issues.
Attendance iscritical. Be at work on scheduled days and be ready to walk into barns by starttime given.
Be friendly,positive, helpful, team-oriented and respectful to co-worker and managementteam.
Flexibility in hoursduring health and staffing challenges is required.
If you are unableto make it to work, you have to call the manager prior to the start time tonotify them.
Travel betweenfarms if required.
Education/ Experience: None required
This person must be motivated and be able tofollow directions and complete tasks effectively. Thus, they must haveinitiative, organization, and dependability. Physical requirements include theability to lift up to 40 pounds and to climb over gates up to 48 inches inheight as well as pushing, pulling, bending and kneeling. While performing theduties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk and stand, usehands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, controls, or animals. Theemployee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms; climb orbalance; and talk or hear.
This position requires the employee to workclosely with managers, supervisors, productions staff and other employees, soteamwork and effective communication skills are very important. Direct contactwith animals will occur, so good stockmanship and bio-security practices mustbe understood and practiced at all times. The employee must be able to, with orwithout accommodation, work in all facilities within the requirement of thisjob description.
Seasonal State Worker - Nursery Laborer, Jasper Pulaski St Tree Nursery
Position works as a tree seedling Grader, Bailer, or field worker at Jasper Pulaski State Tree Nursery.
Including, but not limited to:
Responsible for grading and packaging tree seedlings.
Will be filling customer tree seedling orders
Other nursery related work will be assigned as needed
Must be at least 18 years of age. High school diploma or GED preferred.
Valid Indiana driver's license
Must be willing to work with and around DOC offenders, if needed.
Must be able to lift 70 lbs on a regular basis.
Work is done in a cool and damp environment.
Outdoor work may include work in all weather conditions.
May involve transporting offenders from DOC Correction facility to nursery
Hourly Rate $9.86 - $10.48 depending on experience
Equal Employment Opportunity:
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Cares for groups of preschool and nursery children at Prestonwood Baptist Church during weekly worship services and special events
Teaches Biblical thoughts and Biblical activities through the leadership of the class Director
Gives instruction to children regard...Growing relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior
Have a joyful passion for children
Work church wide special events as needed
Work a regular weekly schedule as needed
Able to lift up to 30 pounds without assistance
Able to perform physical activities that require moving one's whole body, such as in climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, stooping, where the activities often also require considerable use of the arms and legs
Prior experience caring for infants and young children helpful
Part-Time Animal Care Worker
Campus/Location:University Park CampusDate Announced:01/17/2018Date Closing:open until filled
Job Number:76459Work Unit: Vice President of ResearchDepartment:Animal Resource Program
Seeking a responsible, hard-working, full-time student for paid summer internship with the Animal Resource Program (ARP). Under the direction of ARP management and the ARP trainer, you will learn to operate cage washing equipment for the proper cleaning and sanitizing of cages, and deliver animal-related equipment to animal facilities on campus. You will assist with loading and unloading of feed, bedding, equipment, etc.
You will follow standard operating and procedures and safety practices for operating equipment and waste management. Additional duties may include performing various Animal Caretaker C duties, such as changing cages, transferring animals, daily feeding, watering, and health assessments of animals. All duties are done while being mentored by a full-time Animal Caretaker C.
You may occasionally be requested to assist veterinarians or vet techs with animal procedures. This position may work up to 40 hours per week not to exceed 28 weeks.
Animal Care Worker
Until filled or until 250 applicants
The City of Salinas, population 150,300 is located fifteen miles inland from Monterey Bay, 325 miles north of Los Angeles and 106 miles south of San Francisco. Salinas and the Salinas Valley offer a unique combination of climate, natural resources and people.
The City of Salinas was born after Mexico seceded from Spain in 1822 and began granting rancho lands. Named for a nearby salt marsh, Salinas became the seat of Monterey County in 1872 and incorporated in 1974.
Today the Salinas Valley is known as "The Salad Bowl of the World" for the production of lettuce, broccoli, mushrooms and strawberries, along with numerous other crops. The climate is also ideal for the floral industry and grape vineyards planted by world-famous vintners.
Although agriculture forms the economic base, more than 100 manufacturing firms call Salinas home. Salinas' hospitality blends yesterday's charm with today's modern conveniences. The California Rodeo, California International Airshow, and the world famous Steinbeck Festival are major attractions of our colorful and diverse city.
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144 Hitchock Road Salinas, 93908
City of Salinas
Animal Care Worker - Temporary Employment Opportunity
$10.93 - $13.29 / Hourly
Note: This temporary assignment may be expected to work a varied schedule, possibly 4-5 hours per day, four days a week to include weekends and holidays.
A possible schedule for the current vacancy is the following: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.
Any prospective candidate will be required to pass a livescan and medical screening as part of the background and hiring process.
All applicants must provide a copy of a high school diploma or GED included with the calopps application. For assistance with uploading a document to calopps, contact Human Resources at (831) 758-7254. You may also fax attachments to (831) 758-7941.
DEFINITION: Under direct supervision, maintain the shelter in a thoroughly clean and sanitary manner and provide sheltered animals with humane care and attention.
DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of:
Animal breeds, nutrition, general care, and handling; within six months of hire must have knowledge of laws, ordinances, rules and regulations governing the impounding, releasing or euthanasia of animals; policies, procedures and techniques in assisting the public; safety principles, practices and procedures associated with animal handling; cleaning procedures and appropriate cleaning agents, supplies and equipment. Ability to: Handle scared, injured, ill and/or aggressive animals; properly care for and handle different breeds and species of animals; follow quarantine and infection control procedures; exercise good judgement while working under pressure; communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing; understand and carry out oral and written directions; work cooperatively with others; assist the public in a polite and tactful manner; maintain an efficient record keeping system; observe and report needs for maintenance or supplies; apply good judgement in recognizing scope of authority and in referring problems to others; properly lift 50 pounds from ground to waist; work irregular hours, holidays and weekends; promote the mission, values and standards of an effective public organization, particularly in the area of customer service.
Skills to: Assist Animal Care Technician to euthanize animals pursuant to prescribe methods, and in a humane manner.
Education and Experience: An example of the education and experience which most likely demonstrates the skills, knowledge and abilities required to perform the duties would be any combination equivalent to completion of the 12th grade and some experience handling or caring for animals preferred. Must provide a copy of diploma or GED.
PROCESS: Applicants' qualifications will be evaluated on the basis of the information provided on the employment application.
The exam process may consist of an application appraisal or an oral interview. The City reserves the right to use alternate testing procedures if deemed necessary.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
The City of Salinas does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, religion, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, political affiliation, or any other non-merit factor. The City of Salinas makes reasonable accommodation for the disabled.
Individuals requiring any accommodation in order to participate in the testing process must inform the Human Resources Officer in writing no later than the final filing date stated in this job announcement. Requests for accommodation should include an explanation of the type and extent of accommodations needed to participate in the selection process and/or to perform the duties of the job for which they have applied.
This is a non-benefited position.
Nursery Tech I
At Country View Family Farms, we are a family owned company with relationships throughout the state of Pennsylvania and its neighboring states. We pride ourselves in raising healthy pigs to make quality pork for our families and yours. Spend some time on our site getting to know our company and how we provide safe, wholesome food for our friends and neighbors every day.
Country View Family Farms a subsidiary of Clemens Food Group.
A Nursery Farm Barn technician provides care for the pigs on a nursery farm.
Position responsibilities for Nursery Technician:
1.Daily monitor and evaluate pigs and nursery area
2.Daily walkthrough of nursery rooms to observe environment and individual pig care.
3.Maintain accurate records and submit them in a timely manner to the supervisor.
4.Record deaths daily on barn cards provided and submit them in a timely manner.
5.Treat individual pigs as needed -- following predetermined protocol.
6.Ensure proper feeding processes are followed and schedules maintained.
7.Ensure that the farm's work environment is safe by providing safety equipment, training and actions to prevent hazardous condition.
8.Monitor and maintain thermal environment for pigs.
9.Perform routine maintenance and pressure washing as needed.
10. Following approved SOP guidelines, feed and water daily.
11. Assist in moving pigs and gilts as directed by Supervisor.
12. Aid in breeding, gestation and farrowing when needed following their respective job description guidelines. Follow animal welfare policies and procedures including: providing a physical environment that meets the animals needs; provide access to adequate water and high-quality feed; provide humane treatment of the animals; provide identification and appropriate treatment of the animals in need of health care; and follow the guidelines for euthanasia.
RequirementsENTRY LEVEL REQUIREMENTS:
No experience necessary.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Must be willing to learn to understand animal behaviors.
Must be able to tolerate and willing to learn and perform the following tasks: euthanasia, artificial insemination, vaccinations, piglet processing, ear tagging, tattooing, pressure washing other procedures normal to animal husbandry.
Must be able to tolerate blood, animal dander, manure, dust, odors, and frequently noisy conditions.
This position requires one who is multi-task oriented and a team player.
Ability to read, write and speak simple sentences in English.
Ability to define problems collects data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Must understand that the Company is a producer of high quality pork and be supportive of the mission of raising swine for meat.
Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.
Must be available full time Monday to Friday, with some weekend and holidays work will be required.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.
The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)
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Asst Dir, Therapeutic Nursery
Adventist Healthcare- A premier healthcare system
- A compassionate mission of healing
We are a non-profit network of healthcare providers based in Rockville, Maryland. At Adventist HealthCare, you will find a clear passion for caring for the whole person and a progressive faith-based mission.
Pursue Excellence. Practice with Compassion.
Under the supervision of the Therapeutic Nursery Program (TNP) Director, the TNP Assistant Director supports the TNP Director in the day to day management and oversight of the two TNP classrooms (Half and Full-day).
In collaboration with the TNP Director, develops and implements clinical and educational policies and procedures for relationship-based service delivery in the TNP including application and admission procedures; case management: implementation of the therapeutic interventions; and record keeping. Assures compliance with policies and procedures as mandate by contracts and various regulating bodies.
Develops and maintains therapeutic relationship with the children and parents/caregivers. Implements effective crisis intervention, including Crisis Prevention Intervention support for children and families.
Provides support to the TNP Director with TNP contract and licensure compliance in accordance with Maryland State regulations including Department of Human Resources, Child Care Administration, Child Care Licensing (COMAR 07.04.02) and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Mental Hygiene Regulations, Community Mental Health Programs - Therapeutic Nursery Programs (COMAR 10.21.18) and Maryland State Department of Education.
Provides administrative support for the program including reporting, monthly billing, time keeping and other tasks as needed. In conjunction with the Director, conducts annual performance appraisals consistent with the Center¿s performance appraisal system. Provides clinical supervision to staff, and ensures the supervision of students/trainees assigned to the TNP.
Assists with recruitment and recommends hiring, promotions and terminations with the TNP Director.
Assists with preparing and departmental meetings and oversees the development, implementation, and updating of the individual treatment plan and the treatment strategies to be used in the classroom.
In consultation with the TNP Director, develops program goals and objectives and prepares annual program plans and budget for the TNP. Monitors and assesses program performance and prepares an annual program evaluation report. In conjunction with the TNP Director, manages the program within the budget parameters.
Prepares and submits monthly statistical and information reports (e.g., program=s approval status and performance) to the County Contract Manger, upon approval of the Director. Responds to the County Contract Manager¿s informational requests or inquiries in a timely fashion, as requested.
Provides reflective supervision to staff; Coordinates and provides in-service training and consultative activities for program staff as requested. Facilitates team process for cohesive and effective service delivery.
In the absence of the Director, conducts intake interviews with prospective clients and based upon the information available determines the eligibility and the appropriateness of a candidate for admission to the TNP.
Develops and maintains liaisons with other professionals and organizations in the community. Coordinates TNP services with other agencies providing services to child and/or family, as directed.
Contributes to the field of early childhood assessment and intervention through participation in professional meetings, including presentations at local and national conferences.
In conjunction with the TNP Director, prepares information and reports, as needed, and participates in grant writing and fund-raising activities.
Accesses Protected Health Information on a routine basis. Employee must comply with all privacy standards of the Lourie Center that include HIPAA, COMAR and others ¿ state and federal regulations as written in the Privacy Manual.QualificationsMasters degree in a mental health discipline or early childhood education field
Licensed as a Clinical Social Worker in the state of Maryland or educational equivalent
Extensive knowledge of child development, and mental health , especially with young children and families.
At least two years of progressively responsible experience in a mental health or educational setting, including clinical and supervisory/administrative responsibilities.
Strong administrative skills.Tobacco StatementTobacco use is a well-recognized preventable cause of death in the United States and an important public health issue. In order to promote and maintain a healthy work environment, We will not hire applicants for employment who either state that they are nicotine users or who test positive for nicotine use.
We will withdraw offers of employment to applicants who test positive for Cotinine (nicotine). Those testing positive for cotinine are given the opportunity to re-apply in 90 days, if they can truthfully attest that they have not used any nicotine products in the past ninety (90) days and successfully pass follow-up testing.Equal Employment OpportunityWe are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
Purina Animal Nutrition Sales - Grass Cattle, Companion Animal
Purina Animal Nutrition LLC (purinamills.com) is a national organization serving producers, animal owners and their families through more than 4,700 local cooperatives, independent dealers and other large retailers throughout the United States. With an uncompromising commitment to animal excellence, Purina Animal Nutrition conducts industry-leading R&D initiatives that create and sustain a valued portfolio of complete feeds, supplements, premixes, ingredients and specialty technologies for the livestock and lifestyle animal markets. Species served by Purina Animal Nutrition include both large and small animals, including cattle, horses, swine, chickens, hamsters, gerbils and rabbits. Headquartered in Shoreview, Minn., Purina Animal Nutrition LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Land O'Lakes, Inc.
Lifestyle Product Specialist
- Grass Cattle, Horse & Show Feed Position Purpose:
- The Lifestyle Product Specialist
- Grass Cattle, Horse & Show Feed will focus primarily on; cattle, horse, show, and lifestyle animal feed sales.
This position offers consultative sales techniques which are utilized by calling on lifestyle animal owners within the assigned market area to evaluate and assist them with their nutritional program; the position also involves organizing and conducting effective educational meetings for 4H clubs, saddle clubs, horse enthusiasts, vets, trainers, lifestyle show clubs, etc. to enhance brand image and sell product.
The successful candidate will be responsible for conducting educational meetings/events, selling events to build store traffic, completing approximately 25 farm calls per week, and annually growing sales and market share in the above categories.
Required (Basic) Experience & Education:
Bachelor's degree in Animal Science, related field or equivalent experience.
Candidate must be able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
This Position requires excellent verbal and written communication, focus, along with strong organization and time management skills.
This position requires high internal drive, a natural ability for relationship building, and leadership in a team environment.
Successful candidate should be competent in providing accurate feeding and management recommendations to lifestyle owners in the market serviced.
Strong computer skills, including proficiency in MS Office, necessary for success.
Basic command of nutritional recommendations to beef and various lifestyle owners.
Preferred Experience & Education:
- Strong background and previous professional experience with Cattle, Equine, Show, or Lifestyle animals, and has competed at a very high level with either horse or show animals.
Candidate has strong public speaking skills.
Currently is involved with show or horse enthusiasts that have influence in the market.
3-5 years previous experience with cattle feed rations, sales and consulting.
Percentage of Travel: 15% over night travel, in addition to daily travel in the assigned geography.
EOE M/F/Vets/Disabled. Land O'Lakes, Inc. enforces a policy of maintaining a drug-free workforce, including pre-employment substance abuse testing.
Registered Nurse, (Rn), Nursery
- Associates of Science or Certificate in Nursing
- American Heart Association CPR
- NRP (Neonatal Resuscitation)
- RN License
If you're an experienced Registered Nurse whose heart is in providing healthcare and education to women of all ages, then Stafford Hospital has a place for you.
With 90 – 100 deliveries per month, Stafford Hospital has:
- OB Hospitalist program
- 10 LDRP beds - 5 Post Partum beds
- 6 ILN beds
- NICU Transport Team
Registered Nurse licensed to practice in Virginia
Bachelor's Degree in Nursing or healthcare related field preferred
At least 9 months acute care or acute rehabilitation nursing experience required; one year preferred.
Nursery/NICU experience strongly preferred
Successful completion of pre-placement/employment evaluation
CPR (AHA Healthcare Provider) required
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