Florida Mosquito Control Association
OBJECTIVE To secure a challenging aviation career emphasizing increased responsibility,
CERTIFICATES All certificates and ratings obtained at Helicopter Adventures Inc.
EDUCATION 2001-2002 Helicopter Flight Training, HAI, Titusville, FL.
WORK 2006–Present Bristow Helicopters Inc. Senior First Officer
REFERENCES Thurburn Botterill Pilot. Lee County Mosquito Control, FL 239-560-2461
Polk County, Florida (The County of Choice) is seeking high-energy, talented people who will thrive in a challenging, progressive workplace. Nestled between Tampa and Orlando in the heart of sunny central Florida, Polk County employees 2200 +; Polk County offers a professional growth, stability, competitive benefits, and a refreshing lifestyle in a fast-growing, diverse community. Equipped with up-to-date technologies and best practices, our employees improve the quality of life for our citizens every day. Their achievements have been recognized locally, regionally and nationally. Polk County provides good work and great life. Offering a full benefits package including state retirement, medical, dental, vision, life, long-term disability insurance, paid sick days, personal days, holidays, tuition reimbursement and more. This is a varied and complex position reporting to the Mosquito Control Manager. This is a physically demanding position, requiring field work in wet and swampy areas infested with mosquitoes during the heat of the summer, as well as travel to isolated areas by truck, ATV, and/or boat. Identifies mosquito and non-target species within mosquito control spray zones; Monitors and improves operations of the network of mosquito population monitoring traps and other mosquito monitoring techniques. Monitors arbovirus information provided by various health agencies, as well as performs, records, and analyzes tests for West Nile Virus, Eastern Equine Encephalitis, and St. Louis Encephalitis; Coordinates arbovirus monitoring projects with local and state health agencies. Works with University Scientists, other Government entities and independent contractors on specific research projects. Conduct public education at schools, fairs, workshops, and other publicly attended events. Files permit applications with local, State and Federal authorities.
Job Opening For Helicopter Pilot
The Beach Mosquito Control District is accepting applications for a full time helicopter pilot. The district helicopter is a Bell OH-58, with NVG cockpit and lighting. It is used for mosquito inspection, larviciding and adulticiding. Interested applicants should send complete pilot history by email, fax or in person. Salary is negotiable.
Apply: Beach Mosquito Control District
MOSQUITO CONTROL INSPECTOR
Take advantage of an opportunity to become a member of a great team! The City of Jacksonville is currently seeking two Mosquito Control Inspectors to investigate and treat mosquito breeding areas. The work requires knowledge of procedures used in mosquito control. Candidates must be able to operate specialized mosquito control equipment and vehicles, as well as mobile communication equipment. The qualified candidates will have a two year combination of education, training and experience in pest control work. Possession of a Public Health Pest Control Certification from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services may be substituted for one year of experience. Must meet driving standards required to obtain a City of Jacksonville driver’s license. Must pass background screening. Excellent benefits package. Monthly salary range is $1678.56- $3015.29.
Apply at www.coj.net and fax resume to (904) 630-8940 by Friday, September 22, 2006.
Position and Deadline:
The Board of Commissioners of the Lee County Mosquito Control District will receive applications for the position of Director of the District up to
Minimum qualifications include a four year college degree in engineering, entomology or one of the biological sciences acceptable to the Board. Duties include administration of District programs under the authority of the Board of Commissioners.
Compensation is based upon knowledge and experience of the applicant, and will be determined solely by the Board.
Applications may be submitted by letter, addressed to:
Board of Commissioners
A full resume should be submitted detailing the applicant’s qualifications and experience in mosquito control activities.
By order of the Board of Commissioners, Lee County Mosquito Control District.
Mike Ellis, Chairman
Senior Asset Coordinator
Minimum Qualifications ( Must Be Attained Before The Recruitment Ending Date ) Graduation from high school or possession of a GED Certificate; and
Graduation from high school or possession of a GED Certificate; and
Examination Applicants will be competitively rated on the basis of their training and experience.
Recruitment Period Until further notice.
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