Bonsai Culturist Job Description Sample
Fish CulturistDepartment of Fish and Game
Open for Recruitment: April 5, 2018 - April 27, 2018
Announcement # 00810004849
Salary Range: $15.53+ per hour DOE -Plus Competitive Benefits!
The Department of Fish and Game is currently recruiting for the position of Fish Culturist. This announcement will be used to fill the current opening at the Sawtooth (Stanley, Idaho) Fish Hatchery and it may also be used to fill future openings statewide.
To learn more about Department of Fish and Games' various hatcheries throughout the state, please click here.
Spawns fish and monitors development of eggs and fry
Calculates growth gains
Implements feeding schedules required for specified growth rates
Cleans tanks and raceways
Observes fish behavior for signs of stress or disease
Implements water and feed treatments and prophylactic measures
Grades and sorts fish, tracks hatchery inventory of various species and sizes of fish, removes and enumerates daily fish mortality
Loads, transports and plants fish
Maintains records and contributes to reports documenting hatchery activities, fish diseases and treatments, and production studies
Conducts hatchery tours and explains operation
Assists in maintenance and minor repairs of hatchery equipment, vehicles, and buildings
May act as a crew leader and direct activities of temporary staff
- Incumbents, with or without reasonable accommodations, must be capable of lifting and carrying 50+lbs. Work includes repetitive handling and feeding of fish, climbing on and off fish transport trucks, and standing and working in cold water for up to eight hours per shift. These positions require working with toxic chemicals and around heavy dust, high voltage, loud noises, and slippery surfaces. Work is conducted in all weather conditions. Irregular work schedules are frequent; weekend, holiday, and evening work is required.
Good knowledge of aquaculture and ichthyology and the growing and maintaining of fish
Some knowledge of report writing involving scientific or biological data and terms
Experience: communicating orally in one-to-one and group situations; entering and retrieving data, preparing statistical reports and/or maintenance reports
Some Fish Culturist positions throughout the state require an incumbent to possess a Class "B" Commercial Driver's License (CDL) or be willing to obtain one within the six-month probationary period (see question #11 on the examination). The current opening at the Sawtooth Fish Hatchery does not require a CDL. For those positions requiring a CDL, incumbents must pass a pre-employment controlled substance screening test. Once a CDL is obtained, the employee is required to participate in the Department's drug/alcohol testing program and comply with all of its provisions through their duration of employment with the agency
- Perform minor maintenance work on small engines, pumps or vehicles; use hand, power, or mechanical tools
There is an exam to determine an applicant's eligibility. You will receive a score based on your responses to the checklist and the information that you provide to support your responses. All responses must be supported in the work history, resume, and/or education portion of your application. You must have the minimum level of experience or education described for each question to qualify for this position. A higher rating may be obtained based on the extent of your education and experience, so take your time to provide a detailed and complete answer to each question. It is very important that the information you provide clearly supports your responses. A minimum rating of 63 is needed to pass this examination. Examination results will be available online when the review process is completed.
To preview the examination for this position, click on the Preview Exam link below. You will not be able to take the exam from this screen.
How to Apply:
Click on the Apply Online button to the left and follow the instructions provided to complete the Application Checklist and Exam for this position.
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If your name has been certified to a hiring list for possible consideration, you will see it listed under the Hiring Lists section of your online application. Supervisors review application materials prior to scheduling interviews. Those applicants who will be offered an interview may receive a phone call, letter or email to schedule a time. Having your name certified to a hiring list is not a guarantee that you will be contacted for an interview, it simply means you are one of the candidates being considered.
Thank you for applying with the Department of Fish and Game!
Some jobs may entail working overtime. It is the Department's policy to provide compensatory time off instead of cash for any overtime worked.
Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. In addition, preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations. If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please contact the Division of Human Resources.
In 2006 a coalition of business, labor, government, non-profit, and educational leaders in the Puget Sound region focused on strategies to help sustain the cultural sector and to increase public access to Puget Sound cultural organizations.
In its report published in 2012, the coalition recommended that the State of Washington authorize the local creation of cultural access funds, statewide.
Following passage of State cultural access legislation in July 2015, Cultural Access Washington (CAWA) became incorporated as a 501(c)(4) organization, governed by a 24-member Board of Trustees with a mission to create a cultural access program in King County and support similar efforts in other localities across the state.
The King County Council passed an ordinance to create Access for All with a public vote in August 2017.
Proposition 1/Access for All fell short of approval by less than one percent in an off-year primary election.
Despite this legislative defeat, Cultural Access Washington remains a unique coalition of 50 cultural, science, and heritage institutions the first time small and large institutions from these diverse sectors have joined together to advocate for equity, education, funding, access, and expansion of the shared value created in our communities.
CAWA Today Today, CAWA stands at an inflection point.
In a complex policy environment and in the context of rapid social change, our mission and vision have remained strong: Mission: To transform communities across Washington State through the inspiration of arts, science, and heritage experiences.
We envision vibrant communities where : Our unique and shared histories bring people together, lift them up and empower them to succeed; Everyone in our society has the ability to benefit from and be inspired by the cultural experiences available in our state; Local communities serve as champions of their own cultural identities and legacies.
Our arts, science, and heritage organizations, from the smallest grassroots enterprises to the largest institutions, have sustainable resources to create wide and deep human impact through their work.
We seek a new voice to craft new strategies and lead us in building a plan to achieve these ambitious goals.
Profile Summary CAWA’s Executive Director will unite our diverse cultural sector nonprofit arts, science and heritage organizations large and small, their audiences, allies, and communities in the cause for cultural access.
CAWA seeks a visionary leader who is not only able to coordinate a wide range of activities; direct a team of researchers, consultants, fundraisers, and others; and manage the activities of our coalition; but also energize and inspire our constituents in a state-wide movement towards meaningful political action.
The position calls for a leader who can build consensus, empower advocates, and create and sustain new and existing relationships with cultural leaders, policymakers, and allied community organizations.
We especially seek a leader who brings meaningful expertise in addressing issues of equity, diversity, inclusion, and access, and experience working with community based organizations’ (with budgets under $1.25 million). Salary is commensurate with experience.
CAWA pays 100% of the premiums for a generous benefits package.
Qualifications and Qualities Demonstrated success at a level of senior leadership Demonstrated success in coalition building A passionate belief in arts, science and heritage as critical to community development, basic education, and economic vitality 5-7 years of experience in nonprofit governance and management (or the equivalent) Demonstrated success with innovative forms of fundraising Proven ability as a collaborator and partner with a governing board 5-7 years’ experience in advocacy and political processes Demonstrated success in addressing equity, diversity, inclusion, and access in arts, science and/or heritage Evidence of superior communication and interpersonal skills for building a range of relationships Tasks and Responsibilities Execute outreach and coalition-building strategies with multiple constituencies including the cultural sector, the business community, schools and educators, labor, local governments, and other community nonprofits.
Develop a strategic framework for movement-building and advocacy to guide development of specific legislative objectives, in collaboration with the CAWA Board of Trustees.
Lead CAWA in developing a plan to bring Access for All back for a second public vote among King County voters.
Lead the ongoing effort to assess interest in cultural access programs across the state and work with local communities and their county or city authorities to help plan a path to a local vote and assist in executing a local campaign.
Create and manage a process for selecting and contracting with consultants who provide expertise in research and polling, political campaigns, lobbying, coalition building, grass roots advocacy, social media, crowd funding, PR, communications and media relations.
Measure progress against goals in each area of concentration and recommend strategic adjustments as necessary.
Engage the CAWA trustees as active members of a working Board with tasks assigned according to interest and expertise.
Produce thoughtful, efficient and regular communication with Trustees, and CAWA Member organizations.
Speak on behalf of CAWA, its value, and benefits at all manner of public gatherings.
Meet with elected officials in collaboration with CAWA lobbyists as necessary to develop meaningful relationships and facilitate political strategies.
Partner with trustees to solicit and secure outside funding from various private sector sources.
Manage CAWA Member relations through regular communication and the collection of dues.
Manage a small team to support CAWA operations.
Develop and monitor financial projections.
TO APPLY: Please send a cover letter expressing interest and a resume.
Applicant review will begin May 31st.
CULTURAL ACCESS WASHINGTON Board of Trustees Benjamin Moore, Chair
WA State Cultural Leader Dwight Gee, Vice Chair
WA State Cultural Leader Richard Beckerman, Treasurer
Seattle Art Museum Janell Johnson, Secretary
Village Theatre Jared Axelrod
Community Leader/Cultural Advocate Putter Bert
Kids Quest Museum Manual R.
Youth Theatre Northwest Rosalie Contreras
Seattle Symphony Will Daugherty
Pacific Science Center Bob Davidson
Seattle Aquarium David Fischer
Broadway Center for the Performing Arts Ricardo Frazer
Principal & Director, Zaki-Rose Corp Alejandro Grajal
Woodland Park Zoo Matt Hayes
Museum of Flight Joshua Heim
Arts Program Manager, City of Bellevue Mari Horita
ArtsFund Douglas R.
Community Leader/Cultural Advocate Josh LaBelle
Seattle Theatre Group Joe McIalwain
Edmonds Center for the Arts Karen Mobley
WA State Cultural Leader Dominica Myers
Seattle Opera/Shoreline LFP Arts Council Katie Oman
Arts & Culture Consultant Steve Sneed
Seattle Center Cultural Programs Elizabeth P.
Renton History Museum Ellen Walker
Pacific Northwest Ballet King County Member Organizations 5th Avenue Theatre ACT Theatre Allied Arts Foundation Annex Theatre Artist Trust ArtsED Washington Association of King County Historical Organizations Broadway Center for the Performing Arts Burke Museum Association Book-It Repertory Theatre Center for Wooden Boats Early Music Guild From Within Academy Frye Art Museum Flying House Productions Henry Art Gallery Highline Historical Society History Link Hydroplane and Raceboat Museum KidsQuest Museum Kirkland Performance Center MOHAI MoPOP Museum of Flight Museum of Glass On the Boards Pacific Bonsai Museum Pacific Music Works Pacific Northwest Ballet Pacific Science Center Richard Hugo House Seattle Aquarium Seattle Art Museum Seattle Chamber Music Society Seattle Children’s Museum Seattle Children’s Theatre Seattle Opera Seattle Repertory Theatre Seattle Shakespeare Company Seattle Symphony Seattle Theatre Group SHADOW Lake Nature Preserve Showtunes Theatre Company Tateuchi Center Theatre Schmeater Town Hall Unexpected Productions Vashon Center for the Arts Village Theatre Woodland Park Zoo
Genetic Counseling Manager
Location Santa Fe, New Mexico Job ID 18-78556 Date posted 03/21/2018
Review all incoming prenatal samples and requisitions (except serum samples) for clarity of physician orders; direct client services to follow up on missing information; identify cases that do or may require additional testing; contact clients for urgent resolution or complex cases
Provide technical expertise to clients regarding optimal management of pregnancies at risk for rare single gene disorders; help clients understand and interpret both diagnostic and screening results so that they can provide correct and comprehensive information to their patients
Manage all aspects of sending and reporting specialized genetic tests, which include taking the incoming client call, reviewing specimen requirements and the need for parental samples, if indicated
Responsible for internal communication with the accessioning department and laboratory to insure proper scheduling and aliquoting of specimen; working with the tissue culturists to monitor growth of flasks
Responsible for external communication with the reference laboratory; receiving the results and communicating these to the client; obtaining client authorization to discard the back-up culture and notifying the tissue culture department that the case is complete
Supervise Genetic Coordinators and support staff at the Santa Fe site of Integrated Genetics (local and remote employees)
Provide guidance on management of complex cases
Manage employee performance and development, plan for growth, insure adherence to SOPs, oversee training, competency and continuing education
Plan and facilitate weekly department meetings, prepare agenda and distribute minutes
Coordinate PTO and approve time cards
Write and deliver performance reviews
Manage Client Relationships
Assist clients to resolve complaints or manage difficult cases
Insure that the GC team provides clients with consistent, timely and accurate information, delivered in a professional manner
Promote client loyalty by providing subject matter expertise regarding prenatal diagnosis and screening
Serve as the primary contact for Integrated Genetics/Japan. Serve as a liaison for the genetic counselors in Japan, including providing interpretation of results, case management strategies, and development of job responsibilities
Consult with Territory Managers and Regional Directors to educate them about the services that we can offer clients whose patients require non-routine testing
Assist Site and Corporate Management
Participate in weekly site management meetings
Represent lab ops and the Coordinators in a wide range of multidisciplinary meetings
Work closely with supervisors and managers in multiple departments including Accessioning, Client Services, Cyto Special Studies, Biochemistry, Reimbursement Billing, Regulatory, CVS, and amnio lab staff to expedite testing and send outs. Work with Marketing to approve changes to test requisition forms, improve website information, and communicate with clients to improve specimen quality and volume
Work with clinical genetic counselor managers to facilitate communication between the clinical GCs and the Coordinators. Insure that new hires for the clinical GC positions are informed about lab operations
Attend all required EHS training
Wear appropriate PPE as required
Comply with applicable federal, state, and local regulations, EGL/LC EHS policies / procedures and the requirements of accrediting organizations
Conduct work in a safe and environmentally responsible manner
Other Job Responsibilities:
Manage quality and regulatory issues
Write, review and update SOPs
Participate in quality reviews to identify areas for improvement in process and procedures
Prepare for and participate in internal and external audits
Promote consistency among sites so that clients have the same level of service at all sites, and Coordinators can provide remote coverage if needed
MS in Human Genetics/Genetic Counseling
Board certified or active status for ABGC
Excellent communication skills, flexibility and the ability to multi-task are essential for this position
Check out where you could be working if you apply.
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