Field Inspector Disease And Insect Control Job Description Sample
Plant Pest & Disease Specialist-Lte (State Nursery Inspector)
The Department of Agriculture, Trade, & Consumer Protection (DATCP) is recruiting for a Regional Nursery Inspector - Limited Term Employee (LTE) for Southeast Wisconsin. This position will offer a variety of work, both in terms of areas of responsibility; but also with the program areas supported.
The agency works hard to serve the people of Wisconsin to assure: safe, wholesome food; consumer protection and fair business practices; animal and plant health; a clean environment; and strong agriculture and commerce. This position requires strong attention to detail, frequent travel, the ability to multi-task, and effective communication skills.
This position will work an average of 40 hours per week, seasonally beginning approximately April 1, 2018 and ending approximately October 31, 2018. This position will serve as the Plant Industry Bureau's regional technical expert on regulatory programs involving nursery and Christmas tree inspections, licensing compliance and plant pest quarantines.
This position will provide outreach and education on detection and identification of plant pests and diseases of concern to the nursery and forest products industries. Other field and office duties will be assigned when program assistance is needed.
Special Notes: A criminal background check will be performed on the selected applicant prior to an employment offer. Applicants must be legally entitled to work in the United States (i.e., a citizen or national of the U.S., a lawful permanent resident, an alien authorized to work in the U.S. without DATCP sponsorship) at the time of application.
Wisconsin Residency is required for this position. The successful applicant must have the ability to obtain and hold a current Wisconsin driver's license. Upon appointment , the applicant must be based in Madison or home-based in their territory, which includes Dodge, Jefferson, Kenosha, and Walworth counties.
Knowledge of ornamental plants, insect pests and diseases and their management, and nursery and greenhouse practices in Wisconsin is required. Strong verbal and written communication skills, experience with computers, cell phones, and digital cameras are also required.
This position requires a significant amount of fieldwork and statewide travel, with some overnights required.
The ability to provide one's own transportation for work purposes (with mileage reimbursement) may be necessary. A Bachelor's degree or graduate degree in a biological science (i.e. botany, entomology, horticulture, plant pathology) is preferred.
How To Apply: Interested candidates should submit their letter of interest and resume to: DATCP c/o Shahla Werner P.O. Box 8911 Madison, WI 53708-8911 Phone: 608-224-4573 Fax: 608-224-4656 Email: email@example.com
County(ies):* Dane, Dodge, Jefferson, Kenosha, Walworth
Type of Employment:* Full Time (40 hrs/week)
Salary:* $14.37 per hour
Contact:* Jennifer Chryst, Human Resources Assistant, 608-224-4760, Jennifer.Chryst@wi.gov
Bargaining Unit:* Non-Represented
Area of Competition:* Open
Deadline to Apply:* 2/19/2018 Application materials must be received by 11:59pm, February 19, 2018 Assessment Information: See "How to Apply" below. Classification Title: / JAC: PLANT PEST AND DISEASE SPEC 18-00290 Job Working Title: State Nursery Inspector (Southeast WI) - LTE
Integrated Pest Control Specialist
If you're an arborist in need of a new opportunity, one of the top organizations in the nation is looking for an experienced tech to join their IPM team. In this position, you will be working closely with the customer and take ownership of their property's care. You will be monitoring/diagnosing insect and disease issues. You will be given your own spray rig and client list to work with.
If you're an arborist that works best when empowered to make decisions, please apply today.
-MCA or ISA preferred.
-Pesticide license required. Shade Tree certification not necessary.
Pest Control And Spray Specialist/Facilities Management
Pest Control and Spray Specialist/Facilities Management Print Apply Pest Control and Spray Specialist/Facilities Management Salary $35,880.00 - $59,352.00 Annually Location San Bernardino, CA Job Type Full-Time Division Administration & Finance Job Number 2018-00009 Closing Continuous
Questions Overview Employment Status: Full-time, "non-exempt," Probationary position.
Work Schedule: Monday through Friday, 6:00 am – 2:30 pm, with the possibility of converting to an alternate work schedule. Deadline: This position will remain open until filled.
Applications will be reviewed beginning February 7, 2018. Under the general direction of the Grounds and Automotive Manager, the Pest Control and Spray Specialist identifies and eradicates noxious pests, insects, plant diseases, and weed conditions on the campus grounds; assists in the planning of horticultural spray and pest eradication programs; and applies horticultural sprays and other dangerous chemical agents. Typical Activities Pest Control and Spray Specialists typically perform work involving some or all of the following duties:
Apply chemicals for the eradication and/or control of fungi, pests, insects, termites and weeds to plants, trees, shrubs, lawns, embankments, roads, parking lots, and unimproved acreage.
Select and mix sprays and poisons according to specific formulae to accomplish desired results selecting the appropriate time to apply the materials taking into consideration weather conditions and frequency of usage.
Determine where to place poisons and traps.
Estimate job costs and quantities of materials needed.
Operate and perform minor maintenance on power dusters, mist blowers, back-pack spray units, Computerized Multi-Pro Spray rig and other spraying equipment.
Under the direction of the Grounds and Automotive Manager, responsible for ordering and storing safely chemicals and supplies used in spraying programs.
Provide lead direction to students, Groundsworkers, or individuals in other grounds classifications engaged in routine spray and pest eradication activities.
And may on occasion perform Groundsworker duties, such as aeration and fertilization of campus lawns.
And may drive automotive equipment in the performance of assigned duties. Minimum Qualifications Experience:
Two years of experience in the care and maintenance of landscaped areas or general grounds, with one year in specialized pest and/or spray control work, or two years of experience in assisting a Pest Control and Spray Specialist in pest and spray control work.
Possession of a Qualified Applicator Certificate is desirable.
- The successful candidate must obtain this certificate within two (2) years of hire.
Thorough knowledge of the characteristics of the particular plant disease or weed condition to be treated.
Living habits of the particular noxious animal or insect to be exterminated; characteristics and resultant effects of poisons and sprays applied.
Available materials and control techniques; and county, State and Federal regulations governing the use of chemicals.
General knowledge of the relationships of the environment to pests and their control and the environmental impact of certain chemicals and safety precautions when using these chemicals Abilities:
Ability to read and write at a level appropriate to the duties of the position along with the ability to follow simple oral and written directions.
Ability to recognize and properly treat horticultural and pest problems.
Operate and make minor repairs to spray equipment.
Maintain accurate records and submit reports to appropriate agencies of the State and county concerning types and quantities of chemicals used and when they were applied and read and write at a level appropriate to the duties of the position.
- Duties involve the use of a state vehicle which would necessitate possession of a valid California driver's license and the successful completion of the campus Defensive Driving examination. Physical
Must be able to lift, lower, push, and pull loads ranging in weight from 5-60 lbs.; must be able to carry loads ranging from 20-50 lbs. for distances up to 20 feet; must be capable of kneeling, reaching overhead, climbing stairs and ladders, walking, twisting, stooping, and bending; depending upon the project, employee may spend 20-50% of day sitting, 20-50% of day standing, 20-50% of day walking. Supplemental Information A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position.
The person holding this position is considered a `mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. California State University, San Bernardino is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status, or protected veteran status.
This position may be "Designated" under California State University's Conflict of Interest Code. This would require the filing of a Statement of Economic Interest on an annual basis and the completion of training within 6 months of assuming office and every 2 years thereafter. Visit the Human Resources Conflict of Interest webpage link for additional information: http://hrd.csusb.edu/conflictInterest.html This position adheres to CSU policies against Sex Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Violence, including Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking.
This requires completion of Sexual Violence Prevention Training within 6 months of assuming employment and on a two-year basis thereafter. (Executive Order 1096) You have medical, dental and vision plans from which to choose coverage. You may cover yourself and your eligible spouse or domestic partner and children. You are eligible to enroll in coverage if you are appointed at least half-time and for more than six months.
If you enroll on a timely basis, coverage begins on the first of the month after your date of hire. You also may enroll during any annual open enrollment period. HEALTH CARE Medical Benefits - You have a choice of several Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), depending on location, or Preferred Plan Provider (PPO) insurance plans through the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS)). You and the CSU share the cost of coverage, with the CSU paying the greater portion of the monthly premium.
You may pay your portion of the cost on a pre-tax basis through the Tax Advantage Premium Plan (TAPP). Dental Benefits – You may choose between two dental plans: a traditional indemnity (fee-for-service) plan allowing you to see almost any dental provider, or a "dental HMO" plan offering a network of dentists from which to choose. Currently, the CSU pays the full dental premium for you and your eligible dependents. Vision Benefits – Vision coverage includes an annual eye exam, and glasses or contact lenses every other year.
Currently, the CSU pays the full vision premium for you and your eligible dependents. Cobra Benefits – If you lose your eligibility for medical, dental, and vision benefits under specified circumstances (for example, you leave employment with the CSU), the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1986 (COBRA) and the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1989 (OBRA) allows you to continue to receive health care coverage at your expense. You and your dependents can receive COBRA benefits for up to 18, 29 or 36 months, depending on the circumstances.
FLEXIBLE BENEFITS PLANS FlexCash – If you waive the CSU medical and/or dental coverage because you have other non-CSU coverage, you can receive additional cash in your paycheck each month. You will be taxed on this additional income. Currently, you can receive $128 FlexCash per month if you waive medical coverage and $12 FlexCash per month if you waive dental coverage.
SURVIVOR PROTECTION BENEFITS Life and Accidental, Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance – The CSU provides you with $10,000 of basic term life insurance coverage and $10,000 of basic accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) insurance coverage. The CSU pays the full cost of this coverage. Coverage is automatic and effective on the first of the month after your date of hire.
ADDITIONAL CSU BENEFITS CSU Fee Waiver Program – If you are a full-time employee, you are eligible each term to waive certain fees at a CSU campus for a maximum of two courses or six units, whichever is greater. You may transfer your fee waiver benefit to your spouse, domestic partner, or dependent child (up to age 25); however, not all of the fees may be waived or reduced for your dependents. RETIREMENT PLANS CalPERS Retirement Plan – The California Public Employees Retirement System is a defined benefit retirement plan that provides lifetime benefits based on members' years of service, age, and final compensation.
Full-time employees appointed for at least six months, or part-time employees working at least half-time and appointed for at least one year, are automatically enrolled in the CalPERS Retirement Plan. Depending on hire and/or membership date, employees are placed in one of three retirement formulas. Each formula determines the employee contribution rate, and the benefit factor and final compensation period used to calculate retirement allowance.
Retirement Plans Employee Contribution 2% @ 55. 2% @ 60. 5% less a $513 exclusion. 2% @ 62 (there is not an exclusion) is 6.75% for contribution. Pre-Tax Savings Plans – As a CSU employee, you have three voluntary retirement savings plans available to you, which allow you to invest pre-tax dollars to supplement your CalPERS Retirement Plan benefit. They are: The CSU 403(b) Tax Sheltered Annuity (TSA) Plan
The Savings Plus 401(k) Thrift Plan
The Savings Plus 457 Deferred Compensation Plan You may participate in any or all of the plans. Each is governed by a different section of the IRS Code resulting in different rules and provisions.
TIME-OFF BENEFITS - (Paid Leave) Holidays – The CSU offers employees 14 paid holidays each year; 13 scheduled on specific days and one you may take any time during the year. Vacation – Depending upon your years of service, you earn vacation monthly as follows: 5/6 day up to three years; 1 1/4 days up to six years; 1 5/12 days up to 10 years; 1 7/12 days up to 15 years; 1 3/4 days up to 20 years; 1 11/12 days up to 25 years; and two days per month thereafter. If you have less than 10 years of service with the CSU, you can accrue up to a maximum of 272 hours (34 days); if you have more than 10 years, the maximum is 384 hours (48 days). Part-time employees accrue vacation on a prorated basis.
Sick Leave – For each month of continuous service, you accumulate eight hours of credit for sick leave with pay. Part-time employees accrue sick leave on a prorated basis. Maternity/Paternity/Adoption Leave – You are eligible for up to 30 workdays per calendar year starting within sixty (60) days of the arrival of your new child, due to birth, adoption, or foster care assignment.
Field Scout - 1St Shift
Job Description The field scout will scout, sample, and collect data in fields to assist growers in making informed decisions. Job duration:
May - August with flexible start and end times. In this role, you will: Conduct stand counts Accurately stage crop growth Assist in setting up insect traps in the field and monitor catches Identify weeds, insects, and disease Inspect seed fields for pests, report and record findings Collect date for field experiments Interact with IPM coordinator and Agronomists APPLY TODAY: Call: 641-424-3614 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Text: 641-715-7450 #summerjobs #cropjobs #AlgonaIA
Requirements This position works closely with the land and spends the majority of the time in the field. This includes but is not limited to:
Extensive walking and working outdoors in the elements Repetitive bending, kneeling, and digging Driving to and between seed fields Expected hours of work 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday. (Limited overtime possible)
Attentive to detail and able to work without direct supervision Possess a valid, unrestricted driver's license and have and maintain a satisfactory driving record Math skills and the ability to maintain accurate counts A basic level of proficiency with technology Agricultural background is a plus Desire to pursue career in an agricultural related field Good communication, writing, and critical thinking skills Manage time and effectively prioritize scheduled work Give and receive feedback, work collaboratively as well as individually Resourceful and innovative
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Seasonal Ecology Field Assistant
The Nantucket Conservation Foundation, Inc. (www.nantucketconservation.org), Department of Science and Stewardship seeks 2 (two) seasonal field assistants to work on conservation and land management-based ecological research and stewardship for the 2018 field season. Both successful candidates need to have strong skills in plant identification and an interest in wildlife management and monitoring. Ideally, one candidate must have experience in wildlife monitoring. The successful candidates will be hired with complementary skill sets to create an efficient team and a strong learning environment.
These positions are field-based and include a wide range of ecological field application from vegetation community surveys and rare plant searches to small mammal trapping and bat acoustic monitoring. Successful candidates will be motivated, enthusiastic, self-reliant and willing to learn. For more information on our mission and research projects, please see the Foundation’s website (www.nantucketconservation.org) and our Science and Stewardship Department blog (www.ncfscience.org).
- Quickly develop a working knowledge of the island’s plant species;
- Monitoring vegetation communities and rare plant species in connection with research and management projects using various sampling methods: (percent cover, line intercept, species counts, presence/absence, etc.);
- Small mammal trapping, insect pitfall trapping, and spotted turtle surveys;
- Assisting with bat population monitoring using acoustic detectors, mist netting and possible radio tracking;
- Inventory state-listed plant species that currently or have historically occurred on Nantucket;
- Population ecology studies of several plant and animal species of conservation concern;
- Inventory, monitoring, and management of invasive plant species including hand digging and pulling and assisting a certified herbicide applicator by cutting stems, bagging and hauling away cut material;
- Assist in greenhouse-based projects such as native seed collection, propagation and out-planting for habitat restoration;
- Data entry and quality control;
- Occasional participation in environmental education, interpretive and/or fundraising activities as needed.
Dates/Hours: This is a full-time, temporary position beginning in mid-May and ending in mid-October; exact dates are somewhat flexible. Hours are generally Monday through Friday, averaging eight hours per day, although work times will occasionally vary depending on project, weather, tides, etc.
Physical Demands and Work Environment: This is a field work intensive position and applicants must be able to tolerate adverse field conditions. Field work includes the possibility for inclement weather and variable terrain, poison ivy and biting insects (mosquitoes, deer ticks). Nantucket is an area with a high incidence of tick-borne disease so precautions to minimize risk are encouraged. The work involves hiking, standing, bending, kneeling, and hauling field gear on a routine basis. While field assistants will not be applying or working directly with herbicide, they will be working in the vicinity of herbicide application with precautions taken to avoid direct exposure.
B.S. or B.A. in Ecology, Botany, Zoology, Wildlife Management, Natural Resource Management, Environmental Science, or a related biological/ecological field. One full season of field work experience required. Successful applicants will have strong plant identification skills and an interest in wildlife handling and monitoring. One successful candidates must have experience with wildlife handling and monitoring. Experience in vegetation community monitoring techniques and ecological field data collection. Experience using GPS units in the field and using Microsoft Excel for data entry. Strong observational, critical thinking and organizational skills are essential, as is the ability to accurately collect data and record field notes. Individuals must be able to work both independently and as a member of a team. A valid driver’s license is required.
Familiarity with the flora of the northeastern United States and past plant taxonomy coursework. Interest in invasive species management and willingness to participate in manual aspects of herbicide management projects. Having or willingness to independently obtain a MA Herbicide Applicator license is useful but not required.
Wages/Benefits: Wage is $13 per hour based on a 40-hour work week. Housing is provided in a shared, employee house with utilities included. Work-related transportation is provided but is not available after working hours.
Applicationdeadline is Friday January 19, 2018 by 5pm.
Applications may be reviewed on a rolling basis.
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Cover Letter, Resume, Contact Information for 3 references, AND Unofficial Undergraduate College Transcripts*
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Secc & Great Smoky Mountains National Park - Vegetation Management Individual Placement 2018
Title: Vegetation Management Intern
Status: Seasonal, Full-time, Exempt
Stipend: $125/week – paid out biweekly
Not Health Benefit Eligible
Other Benefits: Housing in the park, uniform shirts, protective equipment, trainings. Other development opportunities as available. Start/end date: 5/21/18 - 8/10/18 (some flexibility)
Southeast Conservation Corps:SECC empowering young adults to cultivate compassion, responsibility, and grit through community service, hard work, and environmental stewardship. Southeast Conservation Corps (SECC), empowers young people to attain compassion, responsibility and grit through community service, hard work and environmental stewardship. SECC is a local, non-profit, AmeriCorps affiliated organization based out of Chattanooga, TN.
SECC selects young adults to complete conservation work projects on public, private and municipal lands throughout the Southeast. SECC fosters the personal development of corpsmembers through environmental stewardship projects and experiential learning. Through community partnerships, SECC provides hands-on job training opportunities to young adults while simultaneously meeting natural resource needs throughout the Southeast.
SECC positions focus on place-based learning, life skills development, appreciation of diversity, civic responsibility and career development. SECC also provides an opportunity for interns to learn about the local environment, environmental issues and introduces individuals to recreation and resource management careers.
Overview of vegetation monitoring internship: The primary mission of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Resource Management and Science Division (Inventory & Monitoring Branch) is to protect and conserve natural resources throughout the park for both current and future generations. Protection and conservation are accomplished primarily through day-to-day resource management and science activities that include inventory, monitoring, restoration, data management, and data dissemination. Ultimately these activities inform park policy, the public, and the park management team as to the status and trends of natural resources within the park so that sound stewardship and management decisions can be made.
Description of duties: Control invasive exotic plants. Involves mechanical (pulling) or chemical control of up to 50 species of invasive plants, mapping sites with global positioning system (GPS) receivers and developing treatment plans.
Training is provided for safe pesticide use as well as plant identification and use of GPS, though basic botanical skills are helpful. Exotic plant control involves about 30%-40% of scheduled time. Several forest insect pests impact park forests.
Hemlock woolly adelgid, an invasive insect from Asia, has been in the park since 2000 and has caused landscape level mortality in the eastern hemlock forests. The Park has old growth hemlock (some exceeding 500 years old) and mixed hemlock forest types, some of which are globally rare. We treat high value hemlocks with chemicals and biocontrol predator beetles to keep hemlocks alive, conduct monitoring and scout for new treatment areas.
The park is also infested with balsam woolly adelgid (BWA), a European insect that has killed many of the park's mature high elevation Fraser fir trees. BWA populations are monitored on four mountain tops. Emerald ash borer, (EAB) is a non- native wood boring beetle that has been killing white and green ash trees.
We treat ash in high visitor use areas for public safety and in backcountry locations for genetic preservation. Forest insect and disease work involves about 50% of work time. Various projects including replanting areas impacted by construction, maintaining grassy balds with brush cutters to suppress woody species and maintaining native meadow seed plantings for restoration use. Restoration work involves about 10% of work time.
Trainings May Include: GPS use, Proper PPE use, Chemical Hazards Communications - Right to know info about herbicide, Backcountry safety and emergency procedures, Herbicide application and treatment methods, First aid/CPR, Bear Awareness, Tool Use, safety, and Maintenance - brush cutters, mowers, hand tools, basic power tools, Herbicide sprayers
Skills Required: * Ability to hike/backpack in mountainous terrain in hot or cold humid conditions; may require overnight backcountry stays and off trail navigation
Ability to work cooperatively and safely as a group member and learn new skills. Note: Exposure to poison ivy and biting/stinging insects is likely so those highly allergic should carefully consider this issue.
Must be able to use pesticides in safe manner following required handling, application and disposal instructions, including wearing of personal protective equipment.
Ability to learn safe of use cutting tools (manual or powered).
Agency provided uniform is required to be identifiable to the visiting public and act as a representative of the National Park Service while serving as an intern.
Skills Desired: * Academic background in biology, agriculture, forestry, recreation and resource management among other disciplines
- Plant and/or invertebrate identification skills beneficial.
Compensation: Interns are paid an living stipend of $125 per week (direct deposited biweekly) before taxes, via direct deposit. Dorm housing within the park is also provided to interns. Upon successful completion of their term, interns will receive a Segal AmeriCorps education award for tuition at Title IV accredited learning institutions, AmeriCorps approved non-traditional continued education or paying off student loans.
Participation and Expedition Behavior: Work effectively as a member of a team despite potentially stressful and difficult conditions. This may require problem solving on an interpersonal or group level as well as a willingness to accept differences Contribute to a safe learning environment; no harassment of others for any reason.
Willingness and ability to complete all aspects of the program including conservation projects, education, training and national service. Members must commit to participating in all crew/team activities, including service days in local communities where applicable. Effectively communicate ideas and concerns as they arise directly to supervisors, colleagues and organization staff. Have the cognitive ability to learn necessary skills and apply them to effectively carry out the service work requirements Appropriately represent the Program and AmeriCorps to the public and project partners at all times.
Safety and Judgment: Effectively communicate danger to others in the form of either a warning of danger others may be encountering or a notification of personal distress, injury or need for assistance. You must be able to do so at a distance of up to 50 meters and in conditions with limited visibility or loud background noise such as darkness or high winds.
Effectively perceive, understand and follow direction by others so that you will be able to successfully execute appropriate and perhaps unfamiliar techniques to manage hazards. These directions may be given before the hazard is encountered or may need to be given during exposure to the hazard. Stay alert and focused for several hours at a time while traveling and working in varied weather conditions Perceive and comprehend significant and apparent hazards, including those hazards previously identified by others.
Respond appropriately to stress or crises. If taking prescription medications, participants must be able to maintain proper dosage by self-medicating without assistance from others.
Environmental Ethics: Learn and practice ‘Leave no Trace’ techniques Outdoor Skills and Fitness (where appropriate): Learn and safely perform fundamental outdoor living/travel and work skills as appropriate to the project. Additionally, remain adequately hydrated, fed, and properly dressed so as to remain generally healthy and safe, avoiding environmental injuries.
Live in a physically demanding, possibly remote environment for an uninterrupted period of up to several weeks. Conditions of this environment may vary significantly and may include severe and/or trying weather. The remoteness is such that it may require at a minimum one hour, but perhaps in excess of 12 hours, to reach the nearest advanced medical care.
Substance Free: In accordance to a drug free workplace, alcohol and drugs are prohibited while participating in AmeriCorps and program activities and while on organization property.
Frequently required to hike over rough terrain, walk, sit, talk and listen. Required to use hands to operate objects, tools or controls, and to reach with hands and arms.
Often lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision and the ability to focus. Frequently required to drive an SECC vehicle, and must be able to speak, understand, write and read English. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to preform essential functions.
Academic background in biological sciences. Applicant should be self-motivated, highly organized, and able to follow detailed protocols.
Preferred knowledge and skills in ecology/botany/forestry, plant identification and the use of technical plant keys, vegetation sampling methods, map reading and orienteering, and GPS. Must be able to hike in mountainous terrain in hot humid or inclement weather conditions, carrying a backpack and other field equipment. Experience with river waders a plus.
Good fitting hiking boots and raingear are important items to have prior to arrival. Stinging insects, poison ivy, slippery footing, ticks, and venomous snakes are known field hazards. Intern will be a part of a team that operates safely and communicates effectively.
Additional Notes: All applicants must pass a criminal background and motor vehicle background check prior to hiring. This program is available to all eligible applicants, without regard to race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, political affiliation, sexual orientation or religion.
To Apply: Click the below Apply Now button, create a new application or edit an existing one (fi you have applied to a Conservation Legacy program position in the past). INCLUDE: 3 references, resume and copy of your transcripts. INCLUDE: 3 references, resume and copy of your transcripts (unofficial okay). You can put the references in a word doc and up load it along side your resume. A cover letter is encouraged but not required.
If you have questions about the position contact: Glenn Taylor Glenn_Taylor@nps.gov If you have questions about the application process contact: Chattanooga, TN office Sarah Brown, Recruitment and Support Services Coordinator (423) 322.4976 email@example.com
Tracking Code:* 1006-984 Job Location: Gatlinburg, Tennessee, United States
Position Type:* Full-Time/Regular
Salary:* 125.00 - 125.00 USD
Postdoctoral Fellow, Plant-Vector-Microbiome Interactions (Trivedi & Ode)
Posting Detail Information Working Title Postdoctoral Fellow, Plant-Vector-Microbiome Interactions (Trivedi & Ode) Research Professional Position Yes Posting Number 201700887AP Position Type Admin Professional/ Research Professional Number of Vacancies 1 Work Hours/Week 40 Proposed Annual Salary Range Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications plus applicable benefits. Desired Start Date 12/04/2017 Position End Date (if temporary) 12/04/2018 Open Posting Date Open Until Filled Yes To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by 11:59pm (MT) on 12/15/2017 Description of Work Unit The Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management (BSPM) is committed to excellence in the creation and dissemination of knowledge about insects, plant pathogens, and weeds.
Further, BSPM applies this knowledge to solving practical problems related to: (1) management of pests in production agricultural systems, in natural resources and recreational environments, and in residential and public areas; (2) environmental quality, and (3) human and animal health. The Department encompasses the disciplines of entomology, plant pathology, and weed science – thus providing unique opportunities to address critical issues that cut across disciplinary boundaries. BSPM focuses its teaching, research and outreach missions in four program areas each of which involves all three of the department’s disciplinary roots in entomology, plant pathology, and weed science.
These programs are: 1) Genomics and Molecular Biology, 2) Ecology and Biodiversity, 3) Biology and Management of Invasive Species, and 4) Integrated Pest Management. BSPM emphasizes knowledge of pests and related organisms; the roles that they play in ecological, economic and social systems; and the application of such knowledge to developing economically and environmentally sound solutions for practical problems. Being interdisciplinary in nature, BSPM values cooperative and collaborative efforts with other units within the University, as well as other relevant entities in the Colorado and beyond.
Position Summary The Trivedi and Ode Lab at Colorado State University seeks a postdoctoral researcher in the area of plant-vector-microbiome interactions. The successful candidate will conduct research to understand the interactions between Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus (Las), the causal agent of Citrus greening its vector, the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP), its host, citrus, and plant-vector associate microbiome. Specifically, the selected candidate will work on: a) studying the behavior/spread of ACP in commercial citrus groves; b) understanding the impact of different management practices in influencing plant-soil associated microbiome; c) developing biocontrol strategies to control ACP (including entomopathogenic fungus). This project will require strong statistical skills in analyzing diverse set of data.
The successful applicant must be willing to travel frequently between Colorado and Florida and conduct field work in commercial citrus groves. We are a collaborative team involving specialists in microbiomes, entomology, and environmental chemistry. Therefore, the candidate should demonstrate a commitment to work cooperatively, must be able to work independently as well as part of a team, and have a willingness to learn different tools and techniques required in the project.
The postdoc would also be responsible for providing supervision for graduate and undergraduate students associated with this project. Position is available immediately for at least one year and possibly further contingent upon funding availability. Research will be conducted in conjunction with the Cutrale Industry in Florida.
Required Job Qualifications • Candidates should have a Ph.D. degree in Plant Pathology, Entomology, Soil Microbiology, or other closely related field completed by start date, a strong publication record (appropriate for career stage), and excellent communication skills. • Expertise in vector biology of plant pathogens and/or plant-microbe interactions including molecular disease detection. • Experience in both lab and field experimentation. • Experience with data analysis using advanced statistics mainly using R based multivariate statistics and modelling approaches. • Willingness to involve students in research is also important. • Proven ability to conduct and publish independent research. • Willingness and ability to travel frequently between Colorado and Florida and conduct field work in commercial citrus groves. • Must have a valid driver’s license or the ability to obtain a driver’s license or access to a licensed driver by the employment start date Preferred Job Qualifications • Previous experience working with HLB disease and/or citrus industry is desired, but not required. • Experience in microbiome and bioinformatics analysis of metagenomic data is desired, but relevant training will be provided to candidates with excellence in other areas of the project. • Experience is developing/application of microbial biocontrol agents will be an advantage. • Field sampling and insect/pathogen population monitoring experience. Diversity Statement Personal and professional commitment to diversity as demonstrated by involvement in teaching, research, creative activity, service to the profession and/or diversity/inclusion activities. Essential Duties Job Duty Category Research Duty/Responsibility The successful candidate will collect data and conduct experiments in order to understand integrative biological mechanisms responsible for Huanglongbing disease management in commercial citrus fields (groves). The individual will work with soil and plant samples and gather data on microbial communities using molecular tools.
The individual will collect information on the insect vector distribution and relate this to the spread of HLB disease. The individual will apply statistical analysis to understand host-vector-microbiome interactions and how these influence HLB management. The individual will also be responsible for setting up greenhouse and growth chamber assays to evaluate the insecticide resistance in vector and the effect of biocontrol agents to manage vector populations.
This project requires strong commitment to work with a collaborative group of researchers with diverse set of expertise in microbiome, entomology, and environmental chemistry. In addition, the individual will be expected to write manuscripts and give presentation using the results from these studies. This work is being doing in order to manage HLB disease through a thorough understanding on the biological interactions occurring at commercial citrus production.
Percentage Of Time 90 Job Duty Category Supervision Duty/Responsibility The individual will be expected to mentor undergraduate and graduate students who will assist on the project.
This will be done through active mentorship and demonstration of laboratory and data analysis techniques. This is done to provide the post-doc an opportunity to build mentoring skills as well as provide an undergraduate/graduate student the opportunity to work in a research lab.
Percentage Of Time 10 Application Details Special Instructions to Applicants For full consideration, please apply by 12/15/2017. Applications will be accepted after the full consideration deadline, but may not be actively reviewed. Position is open until filled.
Reference letters will be solicited after the semi-finalist interview stage. References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates. Conditions of Employment Pre-employment Criminal Background Check (required for new hires) Search Contact Pankaj Trivedi, firstname.lastname@example.org; Paul Ode, email@example.com EEO Statement Colorado State University is committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment based on race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or pregnancy and 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.
Colorado State University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce and complies with all Federal and Colorado State laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action. The Office of Equal Opportunity is located in 101 Student Services. The Title IX Coordinator is the Executive Director of the Office of Support and Safety Assessment, 123 Student Services Building, Fort Collins, CO 80523 -2026, (970) 491-7407.
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Windflow Fertilizer, founded in 1976, is a full-service retail agricultural fertilizer and chemical dealer serving the Wahluke Slope near the towns of Mattawa and Desert Aire, about 40 miles to the northwest of the Tri-Cities (Richland/Kennewick/Pasco) in south-central Washington state. Formed by an ancient alluvial fan with a constant, gently south-facing grade, the Wahluke Slope is distinguished by its uniformity in aspect, soil type, and climate. The entire slope lies below 1,000 feet elevation extending from the Saddle Mountains to the Columbia River. The topsoil is comprised of excessively-drained loamy fine sand with an average depth of more than five feet.
More than 35,000 acres of the Wahluke Slope are cultivated with row crops, grains and hay; over 10,000 acres are dedicated to fruit orchards; and nearly 10,000 acres are planted in vineyards. With annual precipitation averaging 7 inches and around 200 frost-free days per year, the Wahluke Slope enjoys one of the driest, warmest climates in the state, which allows near complete control of plant growth through irrigation provided under the federal Columbia Basin Irrigation Project along with nutrient management, weed, insect, and plant disease control provided by Windflow Fertilizer.
▪ Bachelor's degree in agronomy or closely-related field, graduate degree or coursework preferred (experience will be considered in lieu of degrees)
▪ At least 5 years working as a crop consultant / field man for a fertilizer retailer or equivalent experience in a related field
▪ Demonstrated knowledge of crop management, pest management/crop protection, and soil science along with practical experience with row crops, grains and hay (especially potatoes, onions, wheat, corn, beans, buckwheat and alfalfa); high level of expertise in potatoes and onions preferred
▪ Knowledge of tree biology and fruit orchard management desired (especially apples); familiarity with viticulture a plus; knowledge of irrigation principles and practices useful
▪ Proven relationship-building skills, as well as verbal and written communication skills
▪ Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) or Certified Professional Agronomist (CPAg) a plus
▪ Spanish language skills beneficial
▫ Competitive salary, healthcare, 401K plan, paid personal time off (PTO)
▫ Nearby hunting, fishing, golfing, boating, motocross, snowmobiling, and other activities
Sales - Lead Generator
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We are currently hiring motivated candidates to join our field lead generating team. Both part and full-time availability. Our goal is to provide career minded individuals with the tools and skills necessary to grow and learn our industry, while providing for themselves and their families.
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Door to door community outreach, no selling is required!
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Part and Full-time availability, Flexible hours Monday - Friday, some Saturdays
$12.00 per hour plus commission if lead results in a new sale
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Competitive Compensation and Bonus Program with the potential of $1,280.00 gross income per week based on sales generated
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If you are a highly motivated and passionate individual who meet the following:
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Ability to work outside in ALL weather conditions
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Ability to work in a results-oriented environment
Able to walk for extended periods of time
Able to use smart technology equipment (tablets using specific applications)
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Required licenses or certifications:
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Biological Science Technician (Insect & Disease)
These positions are temporary, have a Not-to-Exceed date and will be filled for up to 6 months. The appointment may also end early due to lack of work or funds.
These positions are located within the Regional Office, is responsible for performing a variety of complex and recurring duties supporting Forest Health Protection/Pest Management Program implementation.
For additional information about the duties of this position, please contact Joel McMillin, ,
The USDA Forest Service has legislative authority to recruit and fill Permanent (Career/Career-Conditional), Temporary, and Term Appointments under the USDA Demonstration Project. Under this authority, any U.S. citizen may apply.
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Performs a variety of routine and frequently complex tasks involving forest pest
/forest health protection in order to support field projects and program planning activities.
Collects insect and disease samples and makes determinations, such as defoliation estimates, tree tallies, tree species injured, and insect identification to taxonomic order and occasionally to family. Makes qualitative observations of injury associated with pathogens and other biotic and abiotic disease factors.
Assists in aerial/ground surveys to collect forest insect, disease, tree, and stand data for use in the evaluation of insect and disease outbreaks.
Participates in developing new or improved prevention or suppression practices such as pilot testing of various pesticides and dosages. Assists in layout of field experiments, pilot projects, impact evaluations, and suppression projects.
Assists in determining validity of survey or evaluation techniques, amount of damage being caused by an insects or disease, and the effectiveness of a suppression project.
Suggests improvements of methods and techniques. Is fully responsible for compliance with safety rules and regulations.
- Position(s) may involve work away the official duty location to remote worksites within commuting distance (49 miles) and may also require overnight travel and/or camping per work assignment.
Who May Apply
This job is open to
US Citizens and Nationals
; no prior Federal experience is required.
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0404 Biological Science Technician
Conditions of Employment
You must be a US Citizen or US National
Males born after 12/31/59 must be Selective Service registered or exempt
Satisfactory background investigation and/or fingerprint check
You must be a U.S. Citizen or U.S. National
Males born after 12/31/59 must be Selective Service registered or exempt
Satisfactory background investigation and/or fingerprint check
No Additional Requirements.
You must possess the Basic Requirements identified below to be considered eligible for this position
. Transcripts must be provided for qualifications based on education. Your application or resume must clearly show that you possess the appropriate experience requirements.
GS-05: (1) one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-04 level.
Specialized Experience is defined as: Collecting and recording a variety of data on insect and disease conditions and their effect on forest resources.
Successful completion of 4-year course of study above high school leading to a bachelor’s degree with at least 24 semester hours in any combination of courses such biology, chemistry, statistics, entomology, animal husbandry, botany, physics, agriculture, or mathematics. At least 6 semester hours of courses must have been directly related to the position to be filled (Insect and Disease). The successful completion of a full course of study of at least 12 months in a school for clinical laboratory technicians may be substituted for the 1 year of specialized experience required at the GS-05 level for positions involving microbiology and biochemistry technician work.
A combination of education and experience listed above.
To receive consideration for this position, you must meet all qualification requirements on the closing date of this announcement.
Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION AND FINGERPRINT CHECK: Selection and retention in this position is contingent on a successfully adjudicated FBI National Criminal History Check (fingerprint check) and a background investigation.
Bargaining Unit Status: Eligible
Career Transition Assistance Plan (CTAP), Reemployment Priority List (RPL), or Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan (ICTAP): To exercise selection priority for this vacancy, CTAP/RPL/ICTAP candidates must meet the basic eligibility requirements and all selective factors. CTAP/ICTAP eligibles must meet the agencys definition for a quality candidate as provided in the How You Will Be Evaluated section of this announcement to be considered.
Forest Service daycare facilities are not available.
- Per Public Law 104-134 all Federal employees are required to have federal payments made by direct deposit to a financial institution of your choosing.
E-Verify: Federal law requires agencies to use the E-Verify system to confirm the employment eligibility of all new hires.
If you are selected as a newly hired employee, the documentation you present for purposes of completing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Form I-9 on your entry-on-duty date will be verified through the DHS E-VERIFY' system. Under the system, the new hire is required to resolve any identified discrepancies as a condition of continued employment.
Government housing is not available.
If you are retired from the Federal Government and are selected for this vacancy, your retirement annuity may be offset from your pay.
This position is not eligible for telework.
How You Will Be Evaluated
You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above
You will be evaluated in accordance with the category rating procedure as defined in the USDA Demonstration Project Plan. Applicants who meet the basic minimum qualification requirements established for the position will be placed in the Eligible category.
Eligible applicants will be further evaluated against criteria for placement in the Quality category. This evaluation is based on the level of your experience, education, and/or training as determined by your responses to the Assessment Questionnaire. Applicants with veterans' preference are listed ahead of applicants who do not have veterans' preference within each category.
Note: If, after reviewing your resume and/or supporting documentation, a determination is made that you have inflated your qualifications and or experience, your rating may be lowered to more accurately reflect the submitted documentation.
Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating. Providing inaccurate information on Federal documents could be grounds for non-selection or disciplinary action up to including removal from the Federal service.
Clicking the link below will present a preview of the application form; i.e. the online questionnaire. The application form link below will only provide a preview and does not initiate the application process. To initiate the online application process, click the "Apply Online" button to the right.
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- Required Documents
The following documents are required for your applicant package to be complete
. Our office cannot be responsible for incompatible software, illegible fax transmissions, delays in the mail service, your system failure, etc. Encrypted documents will not be accepted. Failure to submit required, legible documents may result in loss of consideration.
Resume that includes: 1) personal information such as name, address, contact information; 2) education; 3) detailed work experience related to this position as described in the major duties including work schedule, hours worked per week, dates of employment; title, series, grade (if applicable); 4) supervisor's phone number and whether or not the supervisor may be contacted for a reference check; 5) other qualifications.
If education is required or you are using education to qualify, you must submit a copy of your college transcripts. An unofficial copy is sufficient with the application; however, if you are selected, you will be required to submit official transcripts prior to entering on duty.
Education must have been successfully obtained from an accredited school, college or university. If any education was completed at a foreign institute, you must submit with your application evidence that the institute was appropriately accredited by an accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as equivalent to U.S. education standards.
There are private organizations that specialize in this evaluation and a fee is normally associated with this service. All transcripts must be in English or include an English translation.
If claiming veteran's preference, you must submit a DD214, Certificate of Release from Active Duty, which shows dates of service and discharge under honorable conditions. If currently on active duty you must submit a certification of expected discharge or release from active duty service under honorable conditions not later than 120 days after the date the certification is submitted.
Veteran's preference must be verified prior to appointment. Without this documentation, you will not receive veteran's preference and your application will be evaluated based on the material(s) submitted.
If claiming 10-point veteran's preference you must provide the DD214 or certification requirements (see above bullet), plus the proof of entitlement of this preference as listed on the SF-15 Application for 10-point Veterans' Preference. The SF-15 should be included but is not required. Failure to submit these documents could result in the determination that there is insufficient documentation to support your claim for 10-point preference.
Surplus or displaced employees eligible for CTAP, RPL, or ICTAP priority must provide: proof of eligibility (RIF separation notice, notice of proposed removal for declining a transfer of function or directed reassignment to another commuting area, notice of disability annuity termination), SF-50 documenting separation (as applicable), and your most recent SF-50 noting position, grade level, and duty location with your application per 5 CFR 330.
If you are relying on your education to meet qualification requirements:
Education must be accredited by an accrediting institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education in order for it to be credited towards qualifications.
Therefore, provide only the attendance and/or degrees from schools accredited by accrediting institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
Failure to provide all of the required information as stated in this vacancy announcement may result in an ineligible rating or may affect the overall rating.
A career with the U
.S. Government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package.
As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding. Learn more about federal benefits.
As a temporary employee you may be eligible for health benefits. To be eligible for health coverage as a temporary employee, you must be scheduled to work at least 130 hours per month (30 hours/week) and be expected to work at least 90 days or more. If you meet these requirements, you will receive the government contribution towards the cost of the insurance and pay the same rate as permanent, full time employees.
Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time, or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.
- How to Apply
How to Apply
Please read the entire announcement and all instructions before you begin
. You must complete this application process and submit all required documents electronically by 11:59p.m. Eastern Time (ET) on the closing date of this announcement.
Applying online is highly encouraged. We are available to assist you during business hours (normally 8:00a.m.
Friday). If applying online poses a hardship, contact the Agency Contact listed below well before the closing date for an alternate method. All hardship application packages must be complete and submitted no later than noon ET on the closing date of the announcement in order to be entered into the system prior to its closing.
This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities on a case-by-case basis; contact the Agency Contact to request this.
To begin, click "Apply Online" and follow the instructions to complete the Assessment Questionnaire and attach your resume and all required documents.
NOTE: You must verify that uploaded documents from USAJOBS transfer into the Agency's staffing system. Applicants may combine all like required documents (e.g., all SF-50s) into one or more files and scan for uploading into the application.
Each file must not exceed 3MB. Grouping like documents into files will simplify the application process. Documents must be in one of the following formats: GIF, JPEG, JPG, PDF, PNG, RTF, or Word (DOC or DOCX). Uploaded documents may not require a password, digital signature, or other encryption to open.
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Your application will be reviewed to verify that you meet the eligibility and qualification requirements for the position prior to issuing referral lists to the selecting official
. If further evaluation or interviews are required, you will be contacted. Log in to your USAJOBS account to check your application status. We expect to make a final job offer approximately 40 days after the deadline for applications.
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The Federal hiring process is setup to be fair and transparent. Please read the following guidance.
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
The United States Government does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race
, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status
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