Fish Egg Packer Job Description Sample
Egg Packer - Clarence, NY
What better way to see how eggs are packed and shipped than to be part of that process! Our eggs are packed and shipped daily to stores throughout New York State and beyond. The Egg Packer is an important part of this process which helps get these fresh, delicious, quality eggs packaged and sent to their destination and to our customers!
The Egg Packer is responsible for the following:
- Pack eggs into cases or onto racks.
- Assist with the machine and plant clean-up during and after the end of each shift.
- Learn and understand other stations such as candling the eggs, supply cartons and flats to the machine and help with daters and packer management.
- Perform safety checks on all machinery.
- Very good observation skills
- Ability to work in a close teamwork environment
- Maintains positive, can-do attitude
- Ability to maintain a fast pace while handling a fragile product
- High School Diploma or GED preferred
Health, dental, vision and supplemental insurances.
Paid Time Off (PTO).
401k Plan eligibility after one year.
Free farm fresh eggs!
*In order to communicate quickly and effectively, we will send email communications/updates to you. Please be sure to check your email inbox to stay updated with our progress on this position. Thank you!*
Egg Packer - Wolcott NY
Have you ever wondered how your delicious eggs are perfectly placed into their cartons?
Our Egg Packers do just that! The Egg Packer assists our high-tech grading and packing machine with packing farm fresh eggs from cartons into their secondary containers (cases or onto carts/racks). This position is encouraged to learn other aspects of the egg grading process such as the candler role and the area of the packing machine where the flats and cartons are added. The Egg Packer position maintains a high level of importance on Food Safety & Quality of all eggs that we produce and sell.
- Experience working in a food processing plant is a plus (but not required).
- Must be dependable, consistent and reliable
- Show up for work on time, every time, as scheduled.
- Good dexterity, and ability to multitask in a fast paced environment.
- Weekend availability.
- High school diploma or GED preferred.
Full-time benefits offered:
Health, dental and vision insurances
401K (after one year)
Paid Time Off
Free farm fresh eggs!
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
Program Supervisor - Egg Harbor Township
Program Supervisor - Egg Harbor Township
Primary Location: NJ-NJEgg Harbor Township-300 Rosemarie Dr
Function:Program Services Coordination/Case Management
NeuroRestorative New Jersey
NeuroRestorative New Jersey offers Neurorehabilitation, Neurobehavioral and Supported Living programs for adults with brain injuries and other neurological challenges. Located in Egg Harbor Township, this location enables participants to receive the appropriate level of supervision, services and supports based on their individual rehabilitation goals.
NeuroRestorative New Jersey is a partner of The MENTOR Network, a national network of local human services providers offering quality, community-based services to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain and behavioral and medically complex challenges as well as their families. When you join NeuroRestorative New Jersey and The MENTOR Network, you'll make a difference every day and help to provide quality of life enhancing services to individuals across the country.
Looking to take your Caregiving experience to the next career step?
The Program Supervisor role is a great way to gain supervisory experience
Looking to take your Caregivingexperience to the next career step?
The Program Supervisor role is a great way to gain supervisoryexperience while still being connected to those we serve. If you are a naturalleader looking for a longer-term management track in Human Services, we want tohear from you for this Program Supervisor opportunity.
Supervise 1-2 programs, typically supporting 4-8 individuals inresidential settings. Duties are split between providing direct support,professional or program activities and supervision. Within a designated orprogram, the Program Supervisor ensures that all of the individuals we serveare supported with dignity and respect.
The Program Supervisor is responsible to supervise Direct SupportProfessionals. In addition, the Program Supervisor oversees theday-to-day operation of the program including delivery of supports,implementation of person-centered plans, health care, advocacy, customerengagement, regulatory compliance and when applicable, oversight of thephysical environment.
The Program Supervisor acts as a "go to" personfor that program, serving as a mentor to other employees, promoting teamworkworking within ratio where needed, and identifying any training needs. It isgenerally expected to visit each shift and all
NeuroRestorative NewJersey offers Neurorehabilitation, Neurobehavioral and Supported Livingprograms for adults with brain injuries and other neurologicalchallenges. Located in Egg Harbor Township, this location enablesparticipants to receive the appropriate level of supervision, services andsupports based on their individual rehabilitation goals
Essential Job Functions:
DirectSupport: Work regularly scheduledshifts as a Direct Support Professional (DSP/Caregiver)
Records: Document as required; review individualrecords, billing and other program documentation routinely for accuracy andcompletion on a daily basis; maintain confidentiality of individual andemployee data; direct DSPs to assure accurate and complete records.
ProgramPlanning: Assist the Program Directorin development of individual program plans; train and monitor implementationof plans each day across all shifts.
TeamMeetings: Attend and assist withroutine progress meetings.
Compliance: Maintain licensing compliance for programservices and supports; implement Network compliance plan; manage individualrights implementation.
Managementof Individuals' Assets: When assigned, ensure safety of individual's fundsand property; monitor spending and reconcile individual's financial accountsmonthly.
Incidents: Complete or assist DSPs in documentingincident reports; submit initial incident reports to the Program Director.
Billingand Utilization: Compile oraccumulate census or attendance information; review data and attest toaccuracy; submit accurate data to the Program Director or appropriate billingauthority.
GeneralHealth Care: Monitor health ofpersons being served; document; communicate with medical professionals asappropriate; implement preventive strategies to limit illness and seriousincidents; review and monitor documentation across all shifts.
Appointments: When applicable, schedule or assist inscheduling health care appointments; may accompany individuals to appointments;may assist with communication; document visits; oversee follow through oforders; communicate results as appropriate with families, guardians, casemanagers, day programs or others.
Medications: When applicable, accurately administer anddocument delivery of medications and treatments; review all other medicationdocumentation for accuracy and completeness, daily or weekly as required;review medication errors with employees; communicate medication changes andprovide training across all shifts; maintain appropriate security ofmedications and supplies.
MedicalSupplies and Equipment: Purchase and maintain medical supplies and equipment in consultation with Program Director; communicate with employees and may assist with training on properuse.
Dietaryplanning: With the exception of somein-home services, purchase or oversee purchasing of food and supplies inaccordance with planned menus and individual choice; direct andmonitor food service, consistent with individual plans.
Communications: Maintain productive and professionalrelations with individuals, families, case managers and other stakeholders.
CustomerService: Implement Network CustomerService Standards; train DSPs in delivery.
Supervision: In partnership with Program Director, supervise all DSPs in assigned program.
Recruitmentand Hiring: Assist with recruitment;interview and hire Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) with agreement of the ProgramDirector.
EmployeeScheduling: Populate and maintain schedule to ensure that all shifts are covered and overtime is minimized.
Training: Assist with onboarding and deliver Orientation and ongoing training needs regarding the individuals served, programplans, policies, procedures and physical environment.
Evaluation: Prepare and conduct annual evaluations for
Direct Support Professionals, in consultation with the Program Director.
Disciplineand Termination: Coach employees as needed, correcting or directingemployee behavior where required; may remove employees in the event ofemergency; may recommend and participate in decisions regarding termination;consult with the Program Director on all matters of discipline.
Employee Safety: Responsible for employee safetyand workers' compensation within the program; implement and monitor compliance with safety standards.
Management: May assist with or lead monthly programmeetings for DSPs; document monthly meeting agenda andattendance.
Purchasing: When applicable, purchase food and householdsupplies; purchase office supplies and minor equipment; review and authorize company credit card statements and monthly invoices; direct employees asnecessary; monitor to confirm cost effective, accurate and applicablespending is in place.
Billingand utilization: Review census,attendance information or other required documentation to ensure accuratebilling; monitor utilization between authorization and provision of servicesand supports.
Staffing: Monitor staffing hours for budgetarycompliance.
Vehicles: When applicable, test drive vehicle(s) monthly;inspect vehicle lifts and seatbelts monthly; report safety concernsimmediately to supervisor or maintenance personnel; ensure vehicle is washedand cleaned; train staff in safe vehicle operation and safely transportingindividuals; ensure routine maintenance is performed.
LivingEnvironment: When applicable,schedule and monitor daily and seasonal housekeeping; monitor and implement strategies to assure neat, clean and safe environment; assist with ageappropriate and decor; oversee lawn and yard care.
Maintenanceand Repair: When applicable, make or arrange for minor repairs; schedule repairs by maintenancepersonnel as required; monitor environmental safety; monitor watertemperature, refrigerator and freezer temperature, and safety alarms andextinguishers on a monthly basis; replace furnace filters monthly.
Equipment: Monitor wheel chairs, lifts and other safetyequipment; see that repairs are made promptly and correctly in the event offaulty equipment
High School diploma or GED required;
Minimum of one year related work experience; supervisory experience preferred;
Must be 18 years of age
Valid driver's license in good standing; car registration and auto insurance if driving on the behalf of the Company or providing transportation to individuals receiving services.
Clean driving record - no more than 5 points.
Successful clearance of local and/or state background checks
A strong work ethic with a commitment to serving others
Excellent communication skills with an ability to establish rapport with team members and those we serve
Strong organizational abilities to ensure staffing and schedules are maintained
Our Program Supervisor role is a great opportunity to gain supervisory skills and experience while still directly making a difference in the lives of the people we serve on a daily basis. Whether you have previous experience in a role like this, or just a big heart and a willingness to learn, we want to hear from you!
We offer competitive pay rates, paid time off, and benefits for employees working a minimum of 30 hours per week. In addition to paid training and holiday pay, our work environment is rewarding and dynamic where no day is ever the same.
We have a great work environment and you'll be surrounded by a strong and supportive team of peers, leaders and colleagues. The MENTOR Network is a national network of local human service providers offering quality, community-based services. With approximately 30,000 employees serving 30,000 individuals in 36 states, you'll have career opportunities from coast to coast.
Come join our team of dedicated and caring professionals. Apply Today!
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES STATEMENT
External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled, must be able to perform the essential job functions either unaided or with assistance of a reasonable accommodations to be determined on a case by case basis.
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.
Regional Fish Program Manager, (Wms03) Permanent
Do the words self-motivated, strong leader and problem solver describe you? Are you a seasoned professional who is ready for your next challenge? If so, then this opportunity may be the one for you! The Department of Fish and Wildlife is looking to find a Regional Program Fish Manager to join our Fish Program Management team.
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
Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be held as qualified applicants are identified, the position may be filled and the recruitment closed. Therefore you are encouraged to submit your application materials as soon as possible. The first review will be September 27, 2018.
The department of Fish and Wildlife is recruiting to fill one full time, permanent, Regional Fish Program Manager (WMS03) position. The position is located in the Fish Program and the duty station is the Region 3 office. Located at 1701 S. 24th Avenue, Yakima, WA 98902.
The Regional Fish Program Manager (RFPM) reports to the Deputy Assistant Director (DAD) for Fish Program (FP) and leads, controls and directs regional operations in Region 3 for the Fish Management Division and Hatchery Division including personnel, budgets and programs. Organizational chart(s) comparing "peer positions" are attached. Regional operations provide sustainable fisheries when conservation objectives are met.
Leads regional staff with policy and technical direction to assure meeting the goals and objectives of the Fish Program and the agency. The position serves as a member of the Fish Program Management Team (FPMT) to facilitate cross- region and program-wide coordination and communication. The position is responsible for personnel actions, budget and policy implementation, interagency liaison, regional integration of program direction, and decision- making responsibilities within the region, consistent with program and agency policy and budget parameters. Serves as the Assistant Director's policy spokesperson/representative in the region and point-of-contact for tribal co-managers and other external stakeholders. The position is also responsible for supporting the Regional Director in planning/implementing major agency initiatives within the region and for resolving regional and cross-regional issues affecting FP's mission and strategic business plan. Duties
Manages FP regional work units consisting of district fish biologist, scientific Technician, a hatchery complex manager and fish hatchery specialist
Serves as an effective participant on the Fish Program Management Team.
Responsible for controlling regional FP regional budget, operations and allocation of staff resources.
Responsible for analysis of local impacts, interpretation and implementation of Department and Fish Program policies and procedures in the region. Assists senior managers in the development of agency and program policy, procedures and regulations, while taking into consideration local concerns, conditions and impacts.
Responsible for recruiting, training and retaining a highly motivated, professional staff. Conducts/reviews performance evaluations and expectations for regional staff.
Serves as project /interpret FP policy in the region with external stakeholders and tribal co- managers.
Regional lead for development of fishing regulations to protect, restore and enhance fish resources, while providing sustainable recreational harvest opportunities to support regional and statewide economies.
Develops priorities, performance standards, goals, objectives, and short and long-range work plans consistent with the agency/program strategic plan.
Approves purchasing, travel, training and work schedules and manages the equipment inventory for regional FP staff to maximize effectiveness and cost efficiency and cost efficiency.
The RFPM responds to legislative inquiries regarding regional fish management and hatchery operations.
The RFPM position is the highest level Fish Program supervisor/manager in the assigned geographic region and is responsible for, or oversees, employee recruitment, training/development, and safety programs.
Responsible for regional budget development, implementation and accountability to the Fish Mgmt. and Hatchery Division Managers, Deputy Assistant Director and Assistant Director. Budget sources include state appropriations and local and federal contracts and grants.
Responsible for initiating and/or recommending fishing rule proposals submitted by regional staff and the public for waters within the region. This includes determining/recommending the time, place and manner for fishing opportunities
Responsible for regional implementation of the Fish & Wildlife Commission "Hatchery and Fishery Reform" policy (POL-C3619) to advance the conservation/recovery of threatened and endangered wild salmon and steelhead, while promoting sustainable fishery benefits for the state's economy. The RFPM position has management authority for Fish Mgmt. and Hatchery Div. resources and assets in the region, and is strategically positioned to guide implementation of hatchery reform activities to promote wild fish recovery and implement strategies to maximize selective recreational and commercial fisheries to harvest abundant hatchery fish.
Position is overtime exempt. The incumbent is expected to manage their time within a typical 40 hour work week. However, the incumbent is also expected to adjust the schedule and work additional hours, as needed, to meet FP business demands and deadlines. This position requires travel between the regional headquarters and: 1) WDFW Olympia headquarters, 2) regional Fish Program staff work locations, and 3) place of business of other state agencies, co-managers and stakeholders. Occasional overnight travel will be necessary to attend meetings both in-state and out-of-state. Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in Fisheries, Natural Resource Science or a related field of study from an accredited college or university.
Minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible experience in the area of natural resource management including the supervision of professional staff. Well-developed communication skills, both written and oral, are required. An in-depth understanding of fish conservation and fisheries management principles, Endangered Species Act law, leadership and administration skills.
Preferred Education and experience
Advance degree (Master of Science or PH.D) in the areas of study listed above and 10 years of professional level experience, including experience supervising/managing professional staff.
Management & Technical Knowledge, Skills and Competencies
Working Knowledge of:
- Advanced principles of management including: development and implementation of policies/procedures and budgets, team-building, supervision, negotiation, personnel management, union collective bargaining agreements, oral/written communications and leadership.
Principles of hatchery fish production and fishery management (recreational; and commercial, if applicable).
Biology and life history of WA fish species applicable to the region.
Fish Program, WDFW, co-manager (tribal), private and public utilities, and other fish/natural resource organizations/partners for effective communication and management.
State and federal statutes, court orders, MOU's and MOA's applicable to fish resource protection, restoration, mitigation and enhancement.
Values and perspectives of a diverse group of regional landowners, corporations, environmental organizations, constituent groups and other fish population, fish habitat and fishery stakeholders.
Skills and Abilities:
Leadership and interpersonal ("people") skills needed by a manager to work effectively with employees, the public, tribal co-managers, federal and local government agencies and the Legislature.
Ability to coach, mentor and train a professional staff to achieve the program and agency strategic goals and objectives.
Communicate clearly and concisely in public, managerial, professional (technical) and legislative arenas in both verbal and written form.
Ability to calmly and efficiently address complex and/or conflicting issues with short time lines. Prioritize, analyze and independently make management decisions on regional issues delegated by Fish Program to the RFPM.
Negotiate and build consensus for resource management solutions that balance economic interests with fish resource conservation.
To be competitive for this position, an applicant should demonstrate the following competencies:
Competencies – Strong skills sets in the following:
External Awareness: Understands and keeps up-to-date on local, regional, and national policies and trends that affect the organization and shape stakeholders' views; is aware of the organization's impact on the external environment.
Flexibility: Is open to change and new information; rapidly adapts to new information, changing conditions, or unexpected obstacles.
Strategic Thinking: Formulates objectives and priorities, and implements plans consistent with long-term interests of the organization. Capitalizes on opportunities and manages risks.
Human Capital Management: Builds and manages a diverse, talented workforce based on organizational goals, budget considerations, and staffing needs.
Performance Management: Gives clear direction, sets performance expectations, and holds staff accountable for accomplishing Division objectives.
Conflict Management: Manages and resolves conflicts and disagreements in a constructive manner.
Leverage Diversity: Fosters an inclusive workplace where diversity and individual differences are valued and leveraged to achieve the vision and mission of the organization.
Developing Others: Enhances the ability of others to perform and contribute to the organization by providing ongoing feedback and by providing opportunities for professional growth.
Team Building: Facilitates cooperation and motivates team members to accomplish group goals.
Accountability: Holds self and others accountable for measurable high-quality, timely, and cost-effective results. Determines objectives, sets priorities, and delegates work.
Decisiveness: Makes well-informed, effective, and timely decisions, even when data are limited or solutions produce unpleasant consequences. Communicates decision and rationale to affected parties and staff.
Problem solving: Identifies and analyzes problems; weighs relevance and accuracy of information; generates and evaluates alternative solutions; makes recommendations.
Partnering: Develops networks and builds alliances, collaborates across boundaries to build strategic relationships and achieve common goals.
Political Savvy: Identifies the internal and external politics that impact the work of the organization.
Influencing/Negotiating: Builds consensus through give and take; gains cooperation from others to obtain information and accomplish goals.
To apply for this position you MUST complete your profile at www.careers.wa.gov and attach the following to your profile before completing the online application:
- A cover letter describing how you meet the qualifications of this position (generic cover letter will not be accepted)
- A current resume (please make it succinct)
- Three professional references (personal references do not count as professional)
Please note: Failure to follow the above application instructions will lead to disqualification. E-mailed documents will not be accepted 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.
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 I - Interim
Do you love working outdoors? Do you want to work in the woods or on the water? Then become a Fish and Wildlife Interim for Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Performs beginning level technical work in a fishery, wildlife management program, habitat management program, or research program.
Our Fish and Wildlife Technician I's are eligible for paid leave, paid holidays, and employee discounts.
This is an Interim position. An Interim position means a position established to address a one-time or recurring need of less than (9) months duration and exempt from the classified service under KRS 18A.115.
EDUCATION: High school graduate.
EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, OR SKILLS: NONE
Substitute EDUCATION for EXPERIENCE: NONE
Substitute EXPERIENCE for EDUCATION: Experience in fisheries or wildlife management will substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (AGE, LICENSURE, REGULATION, ETC.): NONE
Travel, extreme weather conditions, heavy equipment and wildlife may pose hazards.
- TransportFish CulturistDepartment of Fish and Game
Open for Recruitment: November 9, 2018 - November 16, 2018
Announcement # 00810053710
Salary Range: $15.53+ per hour DOE -Plus Competitive Benefits!
The Department of Fish and Game is currently recruiting for the position of Fish Culturist-Transport. This announcement will be used to fill current opening at the Nampa Fish Hatchery only.
To learn more about Department of Fish and Games' various hatcheries throughout the state, please click here.
Spawns fish and monitors development of eggs and fry.
Calculates growth gains.
Implements feeding schedules required for specified growth rates.
Cleans tanks and raceways.
Observes fish behavior for signs of stress or disease.
Implements water and feed treatments and prophylactic measures.
Grades and sorts fish, tracks hatchery inventory of various species and sizes of fish, removes and enumerates daily fish mortality.
Determines appropriate loading of fish in rearing and transport vessels.
Loads, transports and plants fish.
Operates a manual transmission tractor-trailer transport and/or 10-wheel truck with a 2-axle pull trailer on back-country roads and mountainous terrain and highways.
Maintains auxiliary equipment including pressurized gas cylinders and electric generator systems used in truck transport.
Prepares maintenance reports.
Maintains records and contributes to reports documenting hatchery activities and maintenance, fish diseases and treatments, and production studies.
Conducts hatchery tours and explains operations.
Assists in maintenance and minor repairs of hatchery equipment, vehicles, and buildings.
May act as a crew leader and direct activities of temporary staff.
- The incumbent, with or without reasonable accommodations, must be capable of lifting and carrying 50+lbs. Work includes repetitive handling and feeding of fish, climbing on and off fish transport trucks, and standing and working in cold water for up to eight hours per shift. These positions require working with toxic chemicals and around heavy dust, high voltage, loud noises, and slippery surfaces. Work is conducted in all weather conditions. Irregular work schedules are frequent; weekend, holiday, and evening work are required. Some positions may require travel away from home.
Good knowledge of aquaculture and ichthyology and the growing and maintaining of fish
Some knowledge of report writing involving scientific or biological data and terms
Experience: communicating orally in one-to-one and group situations; entering and retrieving data, preparing statistical and/or maintenance reports
Experience operating large tankers and tractor-trailer transports with manual transmission
Experience loading and transporting live fish
- Transport positions throughout the state require an incumbent to possess a Class "A" Commercial Driver's License (CDL) with Tank Vehicle Endorsements at time of application. For positions requiring a CDL, incumbents must pass a pre-employment controlled substance screening test. The incumbent will be required to participate in the Department's drug/alcohol testing program and comply with all of its provisions through their duration of employment with the agency in this position.
- Perform minor maintenance work on small engines, pumps or vehicles; use hand, power, or mechanical tools.
There is an exam to determine an applicant's eligibility. You will receive a score based on your responses to the checklist and the information that you provide to support your responses. All responses must be supported in the work history, resume, and/or education portion of your application. You must have the minimum level of experience or education described for each question to qualify for this position. A higher rating may be obtained based on the extent of your education and experience, so take your time to provide a detailed and complete answer to each question. It is very important that the information you provide clearly supports your responses. A minimum rating of 66 is needed to pass this examination. Examination results will be available online when the review process is completed.
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Some jobs may entail working overtime. It is the Department's policy to provide compensatory time off instead of cash for any overtime worked.
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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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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: email@example.com .
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.
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.
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