Fish Bailer Job Description Sample
Fish And Wildlife Biologist 2 *11308H
The Department of Fish and Wildlife has some of the most talented people in the natural resource field. We celebrate and value diversity, appreciating that a workforce composed of those from different backgrounds and experiences creates an inclusive environment, strengthens positive relationships with the local community, and brings new perspectives and approaches to fulfilling the agency's mission.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is dedicated to preserving, protecting and perpetuating fish, wildlife and ecosystems, while providing sustainable recreational and commercial opportunities dependent on viable fish and wildlife populations. Each day, WDFW employees facilitate fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing opportunities for millions of residents and visitors. WDFW's employees–field and laboratory biologists, geneticists, research scientists, hatchery professionals, policy experts, fully commissioned law enforcement officers, land stewards, lab technicians, property acquisition specialists, customer service representatives and others work throughout the state. WDFW employees protect and restore critical habitat, strive to facilitate species recovery when necessary, and manage hundreds of fish and wildlife species. WDFW employees maintain nearly a million acres of public wildlife lands. They interpret, apply and enforce state and federal laws and collaborate with stakeholders to protect fish and wildlife resources. Find out more about us and the important work we are a part of at www.wdfw.wa.gov.
Fish & Wildlife Biologist 2
The Department of Fish and Wildlife is recruiting to fill one full time, permanent, Fish & Wildlife Biologist position located in the Habitat Program's Fish Passage Division, in the Inventory & Assessment Section. The duty station is Olympia, Washington, with travel Statewide. This is a professional Biologist working under the general supervision of a Fish & Wildlife Biologist 4.
The anticipated start date is January 2, 2019
This position provides support and technical assistance to the Inventory and Assessment Section of WDFW's Fish Passage Division. Under general supervision of a Fish and Wildlife Biologist 4, the incumbent provides support and technical assistance for fish passage inventories/assessments and the prioritization of human-made fish passage barriers and water diversions across Washington State.
This position provides data support for the exchange of incoming and outgoing fish passage inventory data to internal and external entities. The incumbent conducts data analysis and quality assessment of the fish passage data collected by Fish Passage Division field staff working on fish passage inventory and assessment contract work and other related projects as new funding becomes available. The incumbent also completes data analysis and entry of fish passage data submitted by other WDFW staff and outside groups.
The incumbent prepares summaries and reports related to fish passage activities. The incumbent writes, reviews, and modifies new and existing protocols related to fish passage inventory/assessment and prioritization activities.
This position provides data support and outreach to assist with the implementation of all fish passage inventory and assessment activities, including work related to the Fish Barrier Removal Board strategy and other projects as new funding becomes available.
The activities of this position support the goals and objectives of the Habitat Program Business Plan and the Agency Strategic Plan.
Data analysis, entry, and quality assessment/quality control
Provide data support and technical assistance for directed inventories, assessments, and prioritization of human-made fish passage barriers and inadequately screened water diversions
Use GIS, Microsoft Excel and Access, and other pertinent software for data analysis to provide data support for WDFW staff and outside groups
Assist with the organization of activities with an emphasis on managing, interpreting, and conducting QA/QC of the physical and biological data collected during inventory and assessment activities
Analyze data and create products, e.g., maps, tables, and summaries, to support the Fish Barrier Removal Board strategy
Foster partnerships and facilitate coordination of fish passage related activities through outreach and customer service
Provide technical assistance via phone, email, or field assistance to internal staff and external groups collecting fish passage inventory data
Respond to internal and external data requests
Acquire data that supports WDFW's fish passage database
Prepare data summaries using GIS, Excel, and other software to create professional products to be delivered to senior-level staff and outside groups
Assist with fish passage training events for outside groups
Provide customer service, internal and external, following the release of WDFW's new fish passage map application
Hydraulic Project Approval (HPA) activities related to fish passage
Use HPA databases to append permit information to fish passage database repair records
Enter data resulting from HPA monitoring activities, including QA/QC, and organize data for analysis
Use Microsoft Office Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint, and ArcGIS software for creating summary reports to managers, biologists, and scientists
Identify and implement improvements and efficiencies to fish passage inventory and prioritization surveys and HPA monitoring activities
Make recommendations for field manual updates and workflow processes
Assist inventory crews with field data collection by conducting barrier assessments, stream surveys, and project compliance monitoring on man-made barriers and stream reaches
A Bachelor's degree involving major study in biological, environmental, physical, or one of the natural sciences, engineering or allied fields, and three years of professional level experience in biology, environmental engineering, and/or project management.
A Master's degree in one of the above fields will substitute for one year of the required experience.
A Ph.D. in the applicable science may be substituted for two years of the required experience.
Professional or scholarly experience collecting data and conducting field research, preferably in the Pacific Northwest; excellent written and verbal communication skills; strong relationship building and conflict resolution skills; experience with Microsoft Word and Excel and familiarity with Windows driven computer programs; ability to closely follow standard protocols and perform work under moderate supervision; ability to build and maintain partnerships and collaborations; must be able to work for long periods of time in the office setting; ability to act safely and decisively in the field; ability to adapt to challenges in order to complete project objectives.
Ability to: think critically; collect, record, and compile data; perform work in a safe manner; work independently and as part of a team; accept supervision; follow prescribed protocols and procedures; follow oral and written direction; develop and maintain positive, productive, respectful working relationships with coworkers, collaborators, and local landowners; make independent judgments in the field; perform a variety of outdoor work in inclement weather; tolerate difficult and sometimes tedious work conditions; abide by all applicable agency policies.
Well-qualified applicants will demonstrate knowledge and experience in the following areas:
ArcGIS spatial data analysis methods
Fish passage and habitat data collection methods
Fish passage and habitat requirements of salmonids
Microsoft Office programs
Physical and biological data collection techniques in freshwater systems
Well-qualified applicants will demonstrate skills and abilities in the following areas:
Strong GIS data analysis skills
Excellent attention to detail when performing data quality analyses to minimize data entry errors
Ability to interpret substandard data and format for use in fish passage database
Excellent writing ability
Verbal communications skills with outside groups with varying backgrounds and expertise
Ability to manage multiple work assignments
Ability to closely follow standard protocols and perform work under moderate to low supervision
Seek and act on opportunities to improve, streamline, and re-invent work processes
Data collection experience
Use creativity to solve problems
Excellent organizational and planning skills
Strong relationship building and conflict resolution skills
Well-qualified applicants will demonstrate the following behavioral competencies:
Be accessible, timely, and responsive to internal and external entities
Ability to work with minimal supervision
Conduct self in a professional manner
Ability to work closely with others
Ability to work within an interdisciplinary team
Must be self-motivated, reliable, punctual, and demonstrate good scientific ethics and integrity. Must be able to work independently and as part of an interdisciplinary team. Must be able to complete all tasks to satisfaction and in a professional manner. Must be accessible, timely and responsive to internal and external entities' requests.
The work schedule will typically be 40 hours per week, 8-hour days Monday through Friday, but applicants must be able and willing to work alternative work schedules including nights, weekends, and overnight stays.
The successful candidate must be willing and able to:
The position demands a mix of office and field work.
Safely work in all weather conditions including extreme heat or snow and sometimes over difficult terrain and surfaces up to 50% of the time.
This job is physically demanding and the incumbent must be able to work year round in varying weather conditions, hike streams and through rugged, steep terrain carrying moderately heavy loads.
Work schedule is typically 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday – Friday. It may include some evening and weekend hours and travel on fairly short notice, with travel up to 50% of the time.
Transport equipment weighing up to 30 pounds over long distances and uneven terrain.
Travel by vehicle up to 200 miles per day to survey locations.
Safely operate motor vehicles.
Work both independently and in a team environment.
Communicate effectively with co-workers, other agency staff, and the public.
Must be able to work comfortably and safely along busy roadways.
This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement between the State of Washington, Department of Fish & Wildlife, and the Washington Association of Fish and Wildlife Professionals (WAFWP). As a condition of employment you must either join the union and pay union dues, or pay the union a representational or other fee within 30 days of the date you are put into pay status.
How to Apply
To apply for this position you MUST complete your profile at www.careers.wa.gov.
If you do not fill out the application profile employment history section and provide references in the application profile, then please attach the following to your profile before completing the online application:
- A current resume (please make it succinct)
- Three professional references (personal references do not count as professional)
Please ATTACH a cover letter describing how you meet the qualifications of this position (generic cover letter will not be accepted). Failure to attach a cover letter will eliminate you from continuing to compete for the position.
Please note: Failure to follow the above application instructions will lead to disqualification. Please do not include any attachments other than the ones requested above. E-mailed documents will not be accepted after the closing of the recruitment or in lieu of attaching your documents to the online profile.
Upon submission of your online application, you will immediately receive a confirming e-mail. You will then be notified via e-mail of your status during the process. In addition to the e-mail notifications, you can check the status of your application at any time by visiting your online profile at www.careers.wa.gov. Due to the high volume of applications that we receive, we ask your understanding and encourage you to use the online process and avoid calling for information.
Please note that initial screening will be solely based on the completeness of application materials submitted and the contents and completeness of the "work experience" section of your application in NeoGov. A resume will not substitute for the "work experience" section of the application. The information provided in your application must support your selected answers in the supplemental questions. Responses not supported in your application may disqualify you from consideration for employment in this position. All information will be verified and documentation may be required.
The Department of Fish and Wildlife is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation and gender identity diversity. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, disabled and Vietnam era veterans and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons needing accommodation in the application process or this announcement in an alternative format may call (360) 902-2276 or the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD) at (800) 833-6388.
Fish And Wildlife Technician 2
Continuous Recruitment, Statewide: The DOP anticipates several vacancies in the near future for this classification.
This recruitment is not for a specific vacancy but to generate a pool of interested applicants. This classification has positions in every area of the state and works exclusively for the Division of Natural Resources. Make sure you mark in your county selection any county you would be willing to work in or commute to so you can be placed on the proper register.
Nature of Work: Under general supervision, performs technical activities at the full-performance level at wildlife resources facilities, such as a fish hatchery, the Wildlife Center or a wildlife management area.
These positions will conduct tasks, such as maintaining buildings, grounds and equipment; and technical task such as rearing and distributing fish and wildlife; monitoring fish and wildlife populations; conducting tasks related to land and habitat surveying and classification; or surveying clients. Performs work without immediate guidance, but under the general supervision of a hatchery manager, wildlife biologist or other professional staff. Works on a team performing specific activities at the primary area of assignment.
Interacts with the public to provide information on wildlife resources section projects and programs. Work can be physically demanding and performed in varying climatic conditions. Performs related work as required.
Distinguishing Characteristics: These positions are distinguished from the Fish and Wildlife Technician 1 as these positions provide technical assistance in the operations at a wildlife management area, fish hatchery and other wildlife resources facilities. These positions may serve as a lead worker.
Click The APPLY Link Above To Apply Online. Do not use a paper application unless you cannot apply online. If you must use a paper application due to disability or other valid reason, please call our office (304) 558-3950 (8:30am-4:30pm) for special instructions.
IMPORTANT: Your eligible score will be based on information provided in your application; therefore, make sure your application is detailed and complete.
You may attach a resume and other documents; however, you should NEVER enter "See Resume" on the application. You MUST complete ALL parts of the application, including the Work Experience section. NOTE: Jobs on your application that do not have a salary amount will be considered volunteer and will NOT be counted as qualifying. Estimate salary if necessary.
Eligibility Length: This posting is for a Continuous recruitment because of an expected need for applicants.
Applicants will be placed on a database of eligible applicants for 1 year. You will only be eligible for vacancies in counties you select. After 1 year applicants who remain interested in this job title MUST re-apply to be considered.
The Division of Personnel cannot say with any certainty the location or number of future vacancies, only that the agency has expressed an anticipated hiring need. If an applicant wishes more specific information about future hiring plans please contact the hiring agency directly.
Job Interest Card: You may complete an online Job Interest Card at our main jobs page to receive an email notice anytime jobs not currently available for application are posted. Note: ONLY recruitments not currently open will appear on Job Interest Card notifications so please check the current listings thoroughly to avoid missing an opportunity.
As a condition of employment, an inquiry into job-related information will be completed which may include, but not limited to, criminal records, abuse registry records, driving records, employment history, and education and training. Failing to cooperate with this process, providing false and incomplete information, or discovery of disqualifying information will result in denial of or dismissal from employment or denial of transfer irrespective of when discovered.
Training: Associate of Science degree from an accredited college or university in fish or wildlife management, natural resources management, fish culture, agriculture or related field.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Four years of full-time or equivalent part-time paid experience in fish or wildlife management, fish culture or agriculture.
NOTICE: If you are claiming college or other post-high school education or license, you MUST attach or provide by mail a legible copy of your OFFICIAL education transcript, license or training record.
YOU WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT UNTIL THIS VERIFICATION HAS BEEN RECEIVED. To avoid missing a job opportunity, it is important that you provide this verification as soon as possible. You only have to provide this verification one time.
It is not required with every application. Attach documents to the online application, or mail to: Division of Personnel, 1900 Kanawha Blvd. E., Charleston, WV 25305.
Special Requirement: A valid West Virginia driver's license is required.
May be required to obtain a commercial driver's license. May be required to successfully complete special natural resource police officer training and pistol qualification requirements as established by the Division of Natural Resources, Law Enforcement Section. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION
Examples of Work:
Performs technical tasks related to grounds and building maintenance, such as cutting grass and brush, minor carpentry, painting, electrical, plumbing and masonry work in maintaining facilities.
Operates a variety of equipment necessary to maintain a wildlife management area, hatchery facility or a wildlife management program.
Performs technical tasks related to the rearing and stocking of hatchery-reared fish, such as spawning and feeding of fish; monitoring fish conditions and growth, as well as, water quality in rearing facilities; collecting broodfish and harvesting and transporting fish to stockable waters.
Monitors animals in cages, feeds them on schedule and cleans cages as required.
Supports with surveys of fish and wildlife populations.
Records information in a clear and concise manner.
Supports with habitat management tasks, such as acid neutralization or streams and lakes, placement of habitat structure in water bodies, the mowing and cutting of vegetation and surveying and classifying habitat and land boundaries.
Interacts with the public to provide information of wildlife resources section projects and programs.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of fish culture and animal husbandry techniques and management.
Knowledge of basic natural management techniques related to habitat management.
Knowledge of fish and wildlife species and their habitat requirements.
Knowledge of basic grounds and building maintenance trades.
Knowledge of basic safety regulations and precautionary measures.
Knowledge of computer skills and natural resources related software.
Skill in the operation of hand tools and equipment.
Ability to operate and perform minor maintenance on equipment, such as farm tractors and implements, chain saws, four-wheel drive vehicles, dump trucks, trailers, lawn mowers, generators, small power tools and outboard motorboats, etc.
Ability to perform arduous manual tasks for long hours under varying climatic conditions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Ability to follow verbal and written instructions with limited supervision.
Company: Trinity Seafood
Zip Code: 08701
Minimum Level of Education: High School or Equivalent
Minimum Years of Experience: 0-1
Travel Percentage: 0
More information about this job:
Use hand or hand tools to perform routine scaling of seafood.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
Responsible for identifying and scaling all types of whole fish in accurate and timely manner.
Scale product accurately producing good yields
Clean, scrape, trim fish for future processing.
Weigh fish and tag containers for weight, contents and customer name
Separate fish and byproducts into specified containers and seal containers.
Prepare raw materials for further processing
Ensure that all product specifications are being met according to guidelines.
Ensure compliance of all company policies, procedures and safety guidelines.
Perform duties quickly to meet all deadlines imposed.
Maintain cleanliness of cut room, ensure work area is free of debris and abides by company safety policy.
Follow FDA requirements for the processing and production of Fresh/Frozen seafood
Complete other duties as requested by supervisor.
Responsible for following and maintaining company policies regarding employee handbook and corporate policies.
Skills Needed: Skills and Competencies:
Knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control, costs and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and distribution of goods.
Work independently, be reliable, responsible, dependable
Demonstrated ability to interact with others.
Capable of handling multiple tasks at once.
Demonstrated ability to adjust to sudden changes in customer demands or operational goals.
Demonstrated commitment to work until job is completed
Ability to read, comprehend and carry out simple instructions.
The work environment is cold (between the 35-45 degrees) and while performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to handle objects, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to sit and talk or hear. The employee must be able to lift and/or move items up to 25-80 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. May frequently be required to work OT (including weekends/days off)
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States.
Sysco is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer, and considers qualified applicants without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected factor under federal, state or local law.
This opportunity is available through Sysco Corporation, its subsidiaries and affiliates.
Nearest Major Market: Toms River
LPN / 40 Hours / Day / Fish Center Multispecialty / 850 Boylston / Chestnut Hill
GENERAL OVERVIEW:The Licensed Practical Nurse is an integral member of the healthcare team and is accountable for patient care as assigned by a licensed independent provider (LIP: MD, NP, PA) or a Registered Nurse (RN). The LPN participates in direct and indirect nursing care, health maintenance, patient instruction, collaborative planning and rehabilitation as within scope of practice and consistent with his/her education and training.
Developing relationships with patients, families and colleagues, the LPN functions as an interdisciplinary team member who provides quality patient care and contributes toward the attainment of important goals for the patient, the practice and the organization.PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Clinical Duties and ResponsibilitiesDemonstrates true engagement and enthusiasm to provide nursing care for patients and families.Promotes an inclusive environment supportive of patient and family centered care for a diverse community.Accepts assignments for patient care within the scope of his/her preparation and within current standards of nursing practice. In conjunction with a Licensed Independent Provider (LIP) or RN, participates in the assessment, planning, and evaluation of nursing care delivered.Collaborates as a member of the health care team, contributing toward a supportive and therapeutic environment that promotes the attainment of patient goals that are specific, measurable, action-oriented, realistic and timely.Accurately obtains vital signs, elicits information about the patient's basic health status, administers relevant nursing care within scope of practice and as directed by the LIP/RN, and documents as appropriate in the electronic health record.Administers medication as ordered by the LIP and according to established policies and procedures.Performs routine tests that may include but is not limited to: electrocardiograms, vision and hearing screening, and the collection of specimens for laboratory testing and point of care.Participates in team-based care and patient education initiatives to support the health and wellness of patients in conjunction with the LIP/RN. Offers basic instruction per protocol or as directed.
Reinforces patient instruction as provided by LIP/RN. Participates in organizational and unit-based quality improvement initiatives and compliance readiness.Participates in telephone screening of patient calls; may provide instruction to patient when following approved protocol or as directed by the _LIP/RN.Participates in prescription management tasks including preparation of new prescriptions and renewals requiring LIP approval, prior authorizations and medication reconciliation.Appropriately assigns patient care to others within the scope of his/her practice and maintains responsibility for the optimal outcomes of such care.Demonstrates a commitment to learning, maintaining and developing additional competencies through a variety of methods that may include but not be limited to direct patient care, participation in Center of Nursing Excellence and unit-based learning opportunities, reading journals and maintaining currency in practice.Clinic Operations:Performs a variety of tasks, including those that may be facilitated by Medical Assistants and administrative staff, which have an effect on the overall operations of the unit. These include flow, stocking of rooms, scheduling tasks and all other duties as assigned.Appropriately utilizes organizational resources including management of time, supplies, equipment and other assets.
Technical Skills/Competencies Required:
Knowledge of practice operations and standards.
Intermediate/advanced knowledge and use of medical terminology.
Basic knowledge of patient education: interviewing and listening skills, teaching and engagement techniques, understanding of health-related conditions and information.
Ability to accurately perform vital signs and obtain pertinent health information including but not limited to; temperature, pulse, respirations, blood pressure, height, and weight.
Ability to administer medication; routes of administration may include injections, intravenous and oral medications as per B WH Nursing Policy Med-Ol . Ability to accurately perform basic math calculations as necessary to engage in safe medication administration.
Ability to participate in the medication reconciliation processes and related prescription management tasks, including prior authorizations.
Knowledge and ability to perform specific procedures and tests as appropriate to the clinical setting.
Communication skills: Demonstrates effective oral and written communication skills.
Communicates in a professional, courteous, clear and concise manner. Facilitates therapeutic relationships between patients, families and other members of the health care team.
Ability to correspond and communicate with others clearly and effectively in writing (via e-mail, memo or interoffice note, documentation of patient information) and to take complete and accurate messages.
Ability to telephonically support the practice by answering and screening calls, offering information as appropriate and facilitating communication.
Ability to manage work processes in a neat and orderly way. Ability to manage multiple tasks effectively, follow established protocols, and work within systems.
Demonstrates ability to utilize technology in the clinical setting.
Basic computer skills. Ability to type accurately and enter data at an intermediate level. Ability to become proficient in EMR and other appropriate applications. Ability to utilize hand-held technology and download related data to the electronic health record.
Ability to stand and walk for prolonged periods, climb stairs, bend, stretch, lift and have adequate (baseline) sensory functions: sight, smell, hearing and manual dexterity.
HOSPITAL WIDE RESPONSIBILITIES:
Works within legal, regulatory, accreditation and ethical practice standards relevant to the position and as established by BWH/Partners; follows safe practices required for the position; complies with appropriate BWH and Partners policies and procedures; fulfills any training required by B WH and/or Partners, as appropriate; brings potential matters of non-compliance to the attention of the supervisor or other appropriate hospital staff.
Licenses/Certifications: Current LPN Licensure in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Education: Graduate of an accredited Licensed Practical Nursing Program.
Experience: Some experience in a healthcare setting preferred.
Must be certified in Basic Life Support or willing to become certified within 3 months.
Open Date 09/22/2017
Requisition Number PRN07324N
Job Title Lab Aide
Working Title Fish Feeder
Job Grade A
FLSA Code Nonexempt
Patient Sensitive Job Code?
Type Non Benefited Staff / Student
Standard Hours per Week 8-16
Full Time or Part Time? Part Time
Work Schedule Summary
Shifts change each semester to adjust to student class schedules. The shifts are from 8:30AM-12:30PM, and 1:00-5:00PM daily. Some weekends may be required.
Is this a work study job? No
VP Area U of U Health - Academics
Department 00943 - HSC Core Resrch Facility Oper
City Salt Lake City, UT
Type of Recruitment External Posting
Pay Rate Range 7.25 to 14.18
Performs fish feeding and dish washing in a large fish facility. This position doesNOTprovide research lab experience.
Large multi-laboratory zebrafish facility in the Univ of Utah Health Sciences Center needs part-time workers to help feed fish and wash tanks in the facility, which houses 6000 aquaria. Duties include food prep, feeding fish, tank cleaning, dish washing, and general housekeeping. We are looking for highly responsible, alert, and energetic people who are comfortable with animal care and simple record keeping.
The incumbent follows well-established laboratory procedures to complete work. Sensitive or unusual situations are referred to the supervisor. Work is frequently reviewed for accuracy and to ensure adherence to research protocols.
Work Environment and Level of Frequency that may be required:
Nearly Continuously: Moving around between rooms of fish tank racks.
Often: Doing dishes.
Physical Requirements and Level of Frequency that may be required
Nearly Continuously: The fish rooms are warm and humid.
This is an entry level position and on the job training is provided. The ability to understand and carry out verbal and written instructions; the ability to keep accurate records; and demonstrated human relations and effective communication skills required.
A general knowledge of laboratory procedures, equipment and terminology; the ability to operate and care for laboratory equipment; and a knowledge of appropriate specimen handling techniques preferred.
Applicants must demonstrate the potential ability to perform the essential functions of the job as outlined in the position description.
Preference is given to individuals available for at least 2 weekday shifts per week.
Special Instructions Summary
The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and is committed to diversity in its workforce. In compliance with applicable federal and state laws, University of Utah policy of equal employment opportunity prohibits discrimination on the basis of race or ethnicity, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, veteran's status, status as a qualified person with a disability, or genetic information.
Individuals from historically underrepresented groups, such as minorities, women, qualified persons with disabilities, and protected veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. Veterans' preference is extended to applicants, consistent with University policy and Utah state law. To inquire about this posting, email: email@example.com or call 801-581-2300.
Reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to qualified individuals with disabilities. To request an accommodation or for further information about University AA/EO policies, please contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, 201 S. Presidents Cr., Rm 135, (801) 581-8365 (V/ TDD ), email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
The University is a participating employer with Utah Retirement Systems ("URS"). Individuals who previously retired and are receiving monthly retirement benefits from URS must notify the Benefits Department upon hire. Please contact Utah Retirement Systems at (801) 366-7770 or (800) 695-4877 or the University's Benefits Department at (801) 581-7447.
This position may require the successful completion of a criminal background check and/or drug screen.
Senior Director Fish Forever
It's never been a better time to join the Rare team! Rare is growing and expanding our impact through a range of exciting programs, including Fish Forever – our global initiative to restore near-shore fisheries in the developing tropics. Demand for fish has pushed the oceans to their limits. Coastal communities sit at the intersection of society and ecology, directly dependent on healthy ecosystems to provide fish for food and income. We believe that empowering communities to protect and manage coastal waters, and directly benefit from responsible behaviors will abate and reverse a pending crisis. Delivering community, rights-based management systems for coastal fisheries, connecting managed access of fisheries with fully protected marine reserves, will result in transformative impact for both people and nature. We envision a future in which 100% of coastal fisheries are sustainably managed with networks of reserves replenishing and sustaining fishing areas to support vibrant, prosperous communities. Fish Forever will improve fishery productivity, profitability and sustainability while also boosting livelihoods, protecting habitats and enhancing coastal resilience to climate change.
The Senior Director, Fish Forever Program will play a critical role in achieving these goals by working closely with the Fish Forever team and ensuring staff are well equipped to implement the strategy. S/he is heavily involved in financial planning, resource allocation, talent management, and project supervision. The Senior Director, Fish Forever Program leads the strategy implementation and oversees operations of the global program management team that ensures all programmatic and financial commitments are met for Rare's Fish Forever program.
Rare is seeking an experienced business leader who will provide strong management and operational oversight for the global Fish Forever program. S/he must be an inspirational leader who can facilitate global team building and staff development. S/he must also be able to work across functions and countries; sometimes through influence rather than authority to drive change.
This position has oversight of global financial management, programmatic grant/donor compliance & reporting, management reporting, operations, internal communications, and board program management. Reporting to Rare's Senior Vice President, Fish Forever, the Senior Director will partner with both central and in-country program, finance, human resource teams as well as global development and program teams to ensure smooth program implementation. In close collaboration with the country leaders, s/he will build, refine and improve systems and processes to manage this growing global program. The Senior Director will manage a five-person operations team who support these efforts and manage the shared services team providing science and technology support to countries. The Senior Director doesn't need to be a technical expert, but s/he should have experience managing technical subject matter experts to ensure delivery against the program needs.
The Senior Director will exercise independent judgment regarding the following areas of significance:
Program Management and Implementation
Support the SVP, Fish Forever in execution of global program strategy to scale the program in accordance to Rare's Strategy 2020
Ensure effective program implementation tracking and resource allocation processes
Lead annual budgeting for Fish Forever
Manage the Fish Forever Leadership Team that composed of the SVP, Fish Forever and implementing country leads
Develop internal communications system to ensure all staff are informed and armed to discuss Fish Forever progress and lessons
Ensure program progress updates are compelling, accurate and delivered in a timely fashion to Executive Team and Board of Trustees Program Committee
Ensure program stories and accomplishments regularly flow to fundraising and marketing teams to fundraising effort
Oversee Rare Fish Forever team directly and indirectly for staff in other central departments
Manage Fish Forever Operations team and Science and Technology Team
Participate in and/or lead enterprise level cross-functional initiatives
Attract, develop and help retain talent capable of meeting Rare's current and future needs
Budgeting and Reporting
Oversee annual Fish Forever budget development; regularly review the operating budget as well as monthly budget-to-actuals
Maintain effective systems for tracking spending rates; address anomalies in revenue and expenses
Maintain system to monitor funding pipeline against projected program costs in each Fish Forever geography
Provide timely and consistent communication with the Fish Forever governing body on strategic issues, programmatic updates and timely reporting
Experience and EducationThe Senior Director will demonstrate an entrepreneurial penchant for taking on new projects and motivating staff with a positive, proactive attitude towards all tasks. The position requires strategic thinking, an execution mindset, and well-honed teambuilding and communications skills. The successful candidate is adept at problem solving and collaborating with different teams in a fast-paced environment. Other qualifications include:
A minimum of 10 years of program management experience leading large-scale, multi-faceted initiatives, departments or organizations, preferably within a fast-paced, high-growth environment
Demonstrated success in project management and advancing multiple projects simultaneously with exemplary organizational skills and meticulous attention to detail;
Proven abilities in staff management, project administration, financial management and demonstrated success in reporting key content across a wide range of audiences;
Sound business judgment and ability to manage changing priorities and competing deadlines to ensure accuracy and high-quality standards;
Strong writing and communication skills
A minimum of a BA with a Master's level degree desired
Fluency in Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin, Tagalog, and/or Bahasa Indonesia language skills a plus
Rare is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes all to apply; EOE/M/F/D/V
Director - Idaho Department Of Fish And Game
Open for Recruitment: November 7, 2018 - November 30, 2018
Announcement # NONCLS079263
Salary Range: $130,000 to $150,000 D.O.E. -Plus Competitive Benefits!
SPECIAL NOTIFICATION: This position is exempt from classified state service and the rules of the Division of Human Resources and the Idaho Personnel Commission.
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission (Commission) invites applications for the position of Director of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game (Department). The Director reports to the seven-member Commission and is responsible for administering laws and rules and controlling the Department's revenues, expenditures, and personnel for the management of the State's wildlife resources. This position offers unique opportunities and challenges and requires a dynamic, engaging leader with demonstrated executive-level experience. The position is based in Idaho's state capital of Boise.
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is an organization comprised of 569 dedicated full-time employees and an annual temporary workforce of up to 400 employees. The Director is responsible for organizing and staffing the Department to carry out various programs including administrative/fiscal management of an annual budget of approximately $125 million (including $44 million in license revenue), resource management and research, law enforcement, land management, education and information, habitat, and mitigation assessments associated with multiple and various land and water use projects.
Department Mission: The Department's mission is enshrined in state law: "All wildlife, including all wild animals, wild birds, and fish, within the state of Idaho, is hereby declared to be the property of the state of Idaho. It shall be preserved, protected, perpetuated, and managed. It shall only be captured or taken at such times or places, under such conditions, or by such means, or in such manner, as will preserve, protect, and perpetuate such wildlife, and provide for the citizens of this state and, as by law permitted to others, continued supplies of such wildlife for hunting, fishing and trapping." Idaho Code 36-103(a)
Department Vision: The Idaho Department of Fish and Game shall work with hunters, anglers, trappers and other Idahoans to provide abundant fish and wildlife that enables their right to hunt, fish and trap, and provides the foundation for the state's rich wildlife heritage they value.
The Director is responsible for ensuring that the Department's programs and services safeguard the long-term health of the fish and wildlife under the Department's stewardship. The Director provides leadership in building effective relationships with Idaho citizens and the broad array of constituencies with a stake in the Department's work. The Director instills organizational culture and values geared toward achieving strategic priorities.
Communicates a sense of vision and priority to Department employees in accomplishing goals and objectives.
Directs and coordinates activities of Department personnel to ensure efficient and cost-effective operations.
Ensures compliance with established short- and long-range Commission policies for the preservation, protection, perpetuation, and management of wildlife resources in the State of Idaho.
Identifies and promotes programs through appropriate legislative, professional, governmental agencies, and social groups to enhance and protect the wildlife resources of the State.
Maintains excellent working relationships with the Commission by acting as a trusted advisor keeping Commissioners fully informed on sensitive and controversial programs and projects that impact the State's fish and wildlife resources.
Cultivates collaborative relationships with sportsmen; elected officials; federal, state, and tribal agencies; private landowners; and the general public, to promote Department policy and budgetary support, and to address complex challenges for managing fish and wildlife resources, habit, and public access.
Serves as a member of the Governor's Natural Resource Cabinet and represents the Department and State in discussions, negotiations, and partnerships with federal, regional, tribal, and conservation organizations.
The Commission seeks candidates with the following experience and achievements:
Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university and extensive experience in the management and conservation of fish and wildlife; with hunting, fishing, and trapping, or other natural resource management at progressively more responsible levels; preferably as a Division Chief, Bureau Chief, Regional Supervisor, Deputy Director, Agency Director, or organizational equivalent.
A proven track record of demonstrated leadership, vision, and innovation for delivering results, building accountability for staff, and creating an empowering and collaborative work environment.
Development and implementation of long-range plans, policies, objectives, multi-faceted budgets and human resource management plans.
Excellent skills in leadership, negotiation, conflict resolution, consensus building, and public relations.
Proven excellent written and oral communication skills.
Ability to function effectively in a complex political environment with a broad range of public entities, interest groups, and various governmental entities with roles in natural resources management.
The State of Idaho offers a competitive benefits package including health and dental insurance, participation in the Public Employee Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI), life/disability insurance, vacation, sick leave, and holidays.
Candidates are encouraged to carefully research the recent history of the Department and to be fully prepared to speak to the approach they would take in addressing current and future challenges and opportunities.
Commission Reports: Annual reports from the Idaho Fish and Game Director to the Fish and Game Commission offer an overview of the Department's major programs, staffing, and expenditures for the past fiscal year.
Idaho Department of Fish and Game Strategic Planning Documents:
APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS:
This position has a priority application deadline of November 30, 2018 and is open until filled. Applicants selected for further consideration will be scheduled for interviews with the Commission (interview dates slated for mid-December).
Interested applicants should submit a:
2.Letter of interest detailing
a. A summary of your unique qualifications that would make you the best candidate for the position;
b. Goals and priorities you would have for your first year.
3.Explanation of the vision that you have for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game under your leadership not to exceed one page.
Email application materials to: email@example.com (please submit as .pdf or MS-Word attachments and indicate 'Director –Fish and Game' in subject line.)
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.
Fish Hatchery Technician
The Massachusetts Department of Fish & Game works to preserve the state's natural resources and people's right to conservation of those resources, as protected by Article 97 of the Massachusetts Constitution. To carry out this mission, the Department exercises responsibility over the Commonwealth's marine and freshwater fisheries, wildlife species, plants, and natural communities, as well as the habitats that support them.
The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (DFW) is responsible for the conservation - including restoration, protection and management - of fish and wildlife resources for the benefit and enjoyment of the public.
The Department of Fish and Game, Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, seeks applicants for the position of Fish Hatchery Technician (Wildlife Technician II). This position is assigned to the McLaughlin Fish Hatchery, Belchertown, MA.
A cover letter and resume expressing your interest in this position must be submitted as part of the application process. These documents must be specifically attached to the requisition for which you are applying.
The Fish Hatchery Technician performs a variety of routine semi-skilled tasks under limited supervision as assigned in connection with culture of trout at McLaughlin State Fish Hatchery, including propagation and liberation of trout, and maintenance of the hatchery equipment, vehicles, buildings, and grounds.
Specific duties include:
Delivers and distributes fish with a stocking truck to locations as assigned to release fish into the waters of the Commonwealth.
Observes and cares for raceway production fish as directed by hatchery manager and assistant manager.
Ensures normal water flow/aeration, detects and reports abnormal fish behavior to mitigate potential fish losses.
Performs generalized maintenance and repair of the hatchery's buildings, grounds, raceways, vehicles, etc. as directed in order to keep the hatchery in good operational condition.
Feeds hatchery stock each day following feed schedule provided by supervisor to promote maximum fish growth and pool cleanliness.
Cares for eggs and fry in hatch house as needed.
Spawns fish at other Division hatcheries when assigned to do so.
Cleans pools and raceway settling areas as required in compliance with state and federal permits.
Works weekends and holidays on a rotating basis to maintain a seven day a week operation.
Cleans spring and other hatchery water supply sources as directed.
Interacts with the general public concerning inquiries related to hatchery operation.
Designated as emergency personnel and reports to work during weather emergencies as assigned.
Performs related work as assigned.
Skill in using small hand tools such as hammers, pliers, saws, screwdrivers, wrenches, as well as hand power tools etc.
Skill in using simple motorized equipment such as a snow blower, lawn mower, grass trimmer, garden, small tractor, pressure washer, water pump, etc.
Ability to follow oral and written instruction.
Ability to work in a team setting.
Physical stamina and endurance.
Ability to repeatedly lift up to 45 pounds.
Ability to operate a motor vehicle, including a manual transmission truck
Willingness and ability to work outdoors in and around water in all weather conditions
Knowledge of fish culture operations, fish biology and aquatic biology
Prioritize and manage personal daily workload.
Determine how to approach a problem or perform a minor repair.
Manage effective and appropriate interactions with the public.
Ability to operate heavy equipment, boats, and motors and use hand and power tools.
Ability to use a computer to enter data and produce written documents.
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
Ability to maintain accurate records.
Ability to perform basic math functions.
Ability to work independently.
First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.
Applicants must have at least (A) two years of full-time or equivalent part-time, experience in work associated with fish or game management, or (B) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.
A Bachelor's or higher degree with a major in fisheries or wildlife technology, fisheries or wildlife management, marine science or fisheries, marine or wildlife biology or a related field may be substituted for the required experience.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Fish Hatchery Specialist 1 (50%)
As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For a complete description of our benefits for this position, please visit our website, click here.
As a UW employee, you have a unique opportunity to change lives on our campuses, in our state and around the world. UW employees offer their boundless energy, creative problem solving skills and dedication to build stronger minds and a healthier world.
UW faculty and staff also enjoy outstanding benefits, professional growth opportunities and unique resources in an environment noted for diversity, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits and natural beauty. All of which has allowed the UW to be nationally recognized as a "Great College to Work For" for four consecutive years.
The Department of Biological Structure is a modern anatomy department which studies structural organization ranging from molecules to the human body. The faculty's scholarly interests can be roughly divided into four groups: cell and developmental biology; neural circuits in retina and brain; three-dimensional structure of biologically-relevant molecules studied by X-ray crystallography; and computer graphics and informatics.
The research activity in the department is funded by NIH and NSF grants, private foundation grants, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USDA and a contract from the National Library of Medicine. Most faculty members interact with other faculty, residents and students within Biological Structure as well as with groups in other departments throughout the University. This creates a stimulating atmosphere which encourages innovative anatomical research.
The Department of Biological Structure currently has an outstanding opportunity for a part time 50% Fish Hatchery Specialist 1.
Performs a variety of technical fish culture duties and maintenance of facilities in a fish hatchery. Learns to perform fish marking techniques for identification and recovery of species; learns to identify, sort and process marked broodfish; compile and record data for biological analysis;
Learns to administer the correct dose of drugs and anesthetics to fish by injection or immersion and to calibrate, clean, and sterilize inoculation equipment; learn to calculate, apply, monitor, evaluate, and record therapeutant levels to control pathogens;
Learns to identify and sort for spawning individual adult fish according to species, gender, condition of maturity, or other defined characteristics; learns to remove and collect eggs and sperm to ensure viable, uncontaminated gametes and genetic variability;
Learns to identify and remove weak or dead eggs, and shock eggs; learns to influence the rate of development of eggs and fry by temperature manipulation of water; learns to apply thermal marks for otolith differentiation; learns to sterilize groups of eggs with heated water; learn to acclimate eggs to new water source temperature regime;
Learns to calculate daily feed requirements, feeding frequency, and delivery rates based on species, densities, fish size, temperature, flows, turbidity, dissolved oxygen levels, and fish health and desired growth rates;
Learns to monitor fish behavior and record mortalities, examine mortalities for clinical signs of fish pathogens, monitor water quality and rearing environments, and notify supervisor and fish health specialist when abnormalities occur;
Learns to collect, monitor, and record weather and water quality parameters which include temperatures, flow, turbidity, dissolved oxygen/total gas, pH, total suspended solids (TSS), and settleable solids (SS); monitor, adjust, and maintain water treatment systems;
Learns to liberate various sizes and species of fish to the waters of the state, using airplane, backpack, barge, horseback, truck, forced release, and volitional release methods; learns to operate vehicles equipped with fish tanks of various sizes in compliance with state and federal laws; maintains a valid Commercial Driver's License, as needed;
Learns to make scheduled and emergency repairs to structures such as buildings, docks, rearing vessels, and net pens; learn to operate, monitor, maintain, and repair mechanical or electrical systems for chemical delivery, domestic and hatchery water supplies, power and lights, feed delivery, filters and hatchery intakes, sewage, and ventilation; learns to operate, inspect, adjust, maintain, and repair pumps and pump motors, gas and diesel generators, small engines, fork lifts, compressors, crowders, hydraulic and pneumatic equipment, and heating systems;
Learns to operate, monitor, and respond to all alarms that provide security and protection;
Wears and uses employee safety equipment as directed; learns to inspect, clean, and repair employee safety equipment; learns to test employee safety equipment and record respirator cartridge use and results of respirator tests;
Learns to collect, compile, and store data on a variety of activities pertaining to fish rearing.
Performs other work as required.
Knowledge of: fish species and gender identification, fish culture methods and techniques, math, scientific terminology and techniques, mechanical equipment repair; methods, equipment, and supplies used in maintenance of hatchery structures and grounds.
Ability to: successfully complete agency supervised training program, work out of doors in all weather conditions, perform strenuous physical activities, perform basic mechanical tasks using power and hand tools, follow instructions and complete assigned tasks, gather and compile data, use sound judgment.
Associate degree in fisheries technology or closely related field. OR
Three years of education towards a Bachelor's degree in fisheries or closely related field. OR
Successful completion of a fish culture program from a vocational school. OR
Three years of experience performing a variety of fish culture duties in a hatchery will substitute for the required education.
A valid driver's license
The application process for UW positions may include completion of a variety of online assessments to obtain additional information that will be used in the evaluation process. These assessments may include Work Authorization, Cover Letter and/or others.
Any assessments that you need to complete will appear on your screen as soon as you select "Apply to this position". Once you begin an assessment, it must be completed at that time; if you do not complete the assessment you will be prompted to do so the next time you access your "My Jobs" page. If you select to take it later, it will appear on your "My Jobs" page to take when you are ready. Please note that your application will not be reviewed, and you will not be considered for this position until all required assessments have been completed.
Fish Hatchery Specialist 2
As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For a complete description of our benefits for this position, please visit our website, click here. As a UW employee, you have a unique opportunity to change lives on our campuses, in our state and around the world. UW employees offer their boundless energy, creative problem solving skills and dedication to build stronger minds and a healthier world.
UW faculty and staff also enjoy outstanding benefits, professional growth opportunities and unique resources in an environment noted for diversity, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits and natural beauty. All of which has allowed the UW to be nationally recognized as a "Great College to Work For" for four consecutive years.
The Department of Biological Structure is a modern anatomy department which studies structural organization ranging from molecules to the human body. The faculty's scholarly interests can be roughly divided into four groups: cell and developmental biology; neural circuits in retina and brain; three-dimensional structure of biologically-relevant molecules studied by X-ray crystallography; and computer graphics and informatics. The research activity in the department is funded by NIH and NSF grants, private foundation grants, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USDA and a contract from the National Library of Medicine. Most faculty members interact with other faculty, residents and students within Biological Structure as well as with groups in other departments throughout the University. This creates a stimulating atmosphere which encourages innovative anatomical research.
The Department of Biological Structure currently has an outstanding opportunity for a Fish Hatchery Specialist 2..
Performs a variety of journey level technical and scientific fish culture duties and performs hatchery related maintenance.
Performs fish marking techniques for identification and recovery of species; identifies, sorts and processes marked broodfish; compiles and records data for biological analysis;
Administers the correct dose of drugs and anesthteics to fish by injection or immersion; calibrates, cleans, and sterilizes inoculation equipment; calculates, applies, monitors, evaluates, and records therapeutant levels to control pathogens;
Identifies and sorts for spawning individual adult fish according to species, gender, condition of maturity, or other defined characteristics; removes and collects eggs and sperm to ensure viable, uncontaminated gametes and genetic variability;
Identifies and removes weak or dead eggs, and shock eggs; influence the rate of development of eggs and fry by temperature manipulation of water; applies thermal marks for otolith differentiation; sterilizes groups of eggs with heated water; acclimates eggs to new water source temperature regime;
Calculates daily feed requirements, feeding frequency, and delivery rates based on species, densities, fish size, temperature, flows, turbidity, dissolved oxygen levels, and fish health and desired growth rates;
Monitors fish behavior and records mortalities; examines mortalities for clinical signs of fish pathogens; monitors water quality and rearing environments; notifies supervisor and fish health specialist when abnormalities occur;
Collects, monitors, and records weather and water quality parameters which include temperatures, flow, turbidity, dissolved oxygen/total gas, pH, total suspended solids (TSS), and settleable solids (SS); monitors, adjusts, and maintains water treatment systems;
Liberates various sizes and species of fish to the waters of the state, using airplane, backpack, barge, horseback, truck, forced release, and volitional release methods; operates vehicles equipped with fish tanks of various sizes in compliance with state and federal laws; maintains a valid Commercial Driver's License, as needed;
Makes scheduled and emergency repairs to structures such as buildings, docks, rearing vessels, and net pens; operates, monitors, maintains, and repairs mechanical or electrical systems for chemical delivery, domestic and hatchery water supplies, power and lights, feed delivery, filters and hatchery intakes, sewage, and ventilation; operates, inspects, adjusts, maintains, and repairs pumps and pump motors, gas and diesel generators, small engines, fork lifts, compressors, crowders, hydraulic and pneumatic equipment, and heating systems;
Operates, monitors, and responds to all alarms that provide security and protection. Wears and uses employee safety equipment as directed; inspects, cleans, and repairs employees safety equipment; tests employee safety equipment and records respirator cartridge use and results of respirator tests;
Collects, compiles, and stores data on a variety of activities pertaining to fish rearing; completes forms, permits, and reports for supervisor's approval and signature. Performs other work as required.
Knowledge of: fish species, gender, and disease signs; fish culture methods and techniques; math and descriptive statistics; scientific terminology and techniques; mechanical equipment repair; methods, equipment, and supplies used in maintenance of hatchery structures and grounds.
Ability to: assist in training entry level employees, work out of doors in all weather conditions, perform strenuous physical activities, perform mechanical tasks using power and hand tools, follow instructions and complete assigned tasks, gather and compile data, use sound judgment.
- One year of experience as a Fish Hatchery Specialist 1 and successful completion of agency supervised training program.
- Associate's degree in fisheries technology or closely allied field and one year of experience performing fish culture duties in a hatchery.
- Three years of education towards a Bachelor's degree in fisheries or closely allied field and one year of experience performing fish culture duties in a hatchery.
Successful completion of a fish culture program from a vocational school and one year of experience performing fish culture duties in a hatchery.
Three years of experience performing a variety of fish culture duties in a hatchery will substitute for the required education
A valid driver's license
The application process for UW positions may include completion of a variety of online assessments to obtain additional information that will be used in the evaluation process. These assessments may include Work Authorization, Cover Letter and/or others. Any assessments that you need to complete will appear on your screen as soon as you select "Apply to this position". Once you begin an assessment, it must be completed at that time; if you do not complete the assessment you will be prompted to do so the next time you access your "My Jobs" page. If you select to take it later, it will appear on your "My Jobs" page to take when you are ready. Please note that your application will not be reviewed, and you will not be considered for this position until all required assessments have been completed.
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