Scientific Operations Director
West Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District
Open until filled
$46.16 - $57.64/hour DOE
Under the direct supervision of the
District Manager, the Scientific Director 1) plans, implements,
directs, and administers the District's Scientific Programs, and 2)
supervises and trains laboratory scientific staff and any seasonal
Vector control practices and vector-borne
Biology, ecology, environmental science,
epidemiology, immunology, medical entomology, microbiology,
parasitology, and vertebrate biology;
Current and state-of-the-art theories and
practices of vector and related disease control and surveillance
and long-term local and global issues related to vector control;
Sound use and management of pesticides for
California Health and Safety Code and
District policy as they pertain to vector control;
Environmental laws relevant to vector
Principles and practices of interacting with
Extensive knowledge of research techniques
and investigative methods;
Most commonly used techniques and methods for
data management and analysis;
English usage, spelling, vocabulary, grammar
Manage vector control and disease surveillance programs
efficiently and effectively; gather, organize and analyze
information and draw sound conclusions;
Apply scientific principles to practical situations;
Apply pertinent Federal, State, and local laws, codes, and
regulations related to vector control and vector-borne disease
Respond to questions from the public and District personnel
regarding scientific and technical issues;
Perform mathematical computations quickly and accurately; plan
and organize work to meet schedules and timelines;
Understand and follow oral and written instructions;
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing;
Operate modern office equipment including computer equipment and
Establish, maintain, and foster positive and harmonious working
relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Advanced degree from an accredited college or university with major
course work in entomology, zoology, biology or a closely related
At least five years of leadership/management experience is
At least five years in vector control is desirable.
Bilingual capabilities are a plus but not required.
Minimum of single ear aided hearing;
Ability to speak and write effectively in English;
Ability to frequently traverse uneven ground such as fields,
dirt banks, stream beds and shallow ponds;
Ability to frequently operate a motor vehicle;
Ability to frequently bend at the knees and waist to inspect
Ability to periodically assist in the lifting of objects
weighing in excess of 60 pounds;
Ability to periodically perform repetitive motion activities;
Ability to periodically sit for extended periods of time;
Ability to maintain regular and punctual attendance;
Ability to periodically climb stairs.
must be certified by the California Department of Health
Services as a technician in Mosquito Biology and Control,
Terrestrial Invertebrate Vector Control and Vertebrate Control
within twelve (12) months of the date of employment and
maintained throughout employment.
Failure to maintain vector control certifications active
at all times will result in separation from the District.
See California Code of Regulation, Title 17, Section
30055 for certification requirements.
Possession of a
valid and appropriate California driver’s license is required at
the time of appointment and must be maintained in good standing
throughout the employment.
Must be insurable
with District’s insurance carrier at all times throughout the
Must be compliant with District Driver
Selection and Vehicle Use Guidelines throughout the employment.
Required to handle toxic and hazardous substances and a variety
Good color perception;
May be required to use personal vehicle in the course of
Required to be on call for evening and weekend emergencies as
Required to travel within and out of the county;
Required to work in inclement weather.
Post-Offer Physical Examination:
A qualified physician must certify that a candidate is physically
able to perform the duties of the position and is free of illegal
substances as determined by a drug screen.
The post-offer physical examination and drug screen shall be
performed by a qualified medical doctor and/or laboratory as
designated by the District and all costs shall be paid by the
Post-Offer Background Investigation:
A thorough background investigation will be conducted, and all costs
shall be paid by the District. Candidate will also be required to
show documentation of personal credit score.
Until the candidate successfully completes and satisfies the
requirements of the post-offer physical exam and background
investigation, all employment offers are conditional and not
The District reserves the right to modify, delete, augment, or
supplement the duties, qualifications and requirements stated at its
sole and absolute discretion.
Inquiries about this position can be addressed to Mary
Quanstrom at (909) 635-0307 or
Please be sure to add a resume along with the job application. An
electronic version of the application along with a detailed job
description can be found on our website:
West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District is an equal
SEASONAL ASSISTANT - MIDDLESEX
COUNTY MOSQUITO CONTROL
Interviews are taking place now.
If you enjoy working outdoors and have an interest in field biology,
environmental science and/or public health, this is a great seasonal
job for you. The Middlesex County Mosquito Extermination Commission
(MCMEC) is hiring seasonal employees to assist in the control of
mosquitoes for the 2021 season. We are looking for motivated,
responsible individuals with the desire to be a part of an
environmentally conscious team of professionals serving the
residents of Middlesex County. No experience is necessary - field
training will be provided for all aspects of the job. Work is
performed under the general supervision of the Supervisor. The
season runs from May through August.
Middlesex County Mosquito Commission is taking all possible measures
to protect its staff from COVID-19. COVID-19 safety training and
personal protective equipment will be provided.
Be at least 18 years old and possess a valid New Jersey driver’s
license with a clean driving record; Pass a background check; Obtain
a NJ Pesticide Operator License upon hire; Have the ability to work
independently in a variety of outdoor conditions. Previous classes
in biology or environmental science are a plus.
7:00 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday.
$13.00 per hour.
May be assigned to work at either-
EDISON: 200 Parsonage Rd. Edison, NJ 08837 (or)
SOUTH BRUNSWICK: 81 Broadway Rd, South Brunswick, NJ 08512.
Include, but are not limited to: Performing inspections of mosquito
habitats in assigned areas (urban & woodlands); Collecting mosquito
samples; Setting adult mosquito traps and applying insecticides and
other control measures; Recording and reporting completed
assignments; Equipment and facility maintenance, manual labor and
other assigned tasks as necessary. Training is provided.
HOW TO APPLY:
Call: 732-549-0665 (or) Apply in person 7.00 AM to 3.30 PM (Mon–Fri)
at 200 Parsonage Rd, Edison, NJ 08837.
E-mail: Adrian Kabigting, Commission Clerk,
About the Middlesex County Mosquito
The MCMEC is an autonomous agency within Middlesex County
government. The Commission was created in 1914 in accordance with
the laws of the State of New Jersey, which mandates provision for
mosquito control in every county in the state. The Commission’s
primary purpose is to protect the residents of Middlesex County from
mosquito-borne diseases (such as West Nile Virus) and nuisance
mosquitoes by using a comprehensive Integrated Mosquito Management
program that includes public education, mosquito surveillance, water
management, biological control and chemical control.
Environmental Health Specialist II
$56,816.03 - $94,693.25 Annually
8/28/2020 11:59 PM Eastern
The Morris County Department of Public Works, Mosquito
Control Division, is seeking a Biologist to become part
the mosquito control staff. We are looking for a candidate to
supervise inspection staff, perform field work requiring the
application of biological and closely related principles and
techniques; does other related duties as required.
Supervises and coordinates the work activities of inspection
Ensures the proper handling and application of insecticides.
Develops effective work plans and schedules areas to be
inspected, treated or cleaned.
Organizes program to determine effectiveness of the mosquito
Teaches employees proper methods of utilizing insecticides.
Supervises the proper use of equipment and supplies.
Prepares various kinds of reports and maintains essential
records and files.
Required to apply insecticides.
Required to drive a truck or other vehicle.
Will be required to learn to utilize various types of electronic
and or manual recording and information systems utilized by the
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a
Bachelor’s degree in one of the biological sciences.
Must possess a valid New Jersey driver’s license.
Must be able to obtain a valid New Jersey Pesticide Applicators
License, CORE and category 8B within three months of employment.
Applicants must be able to read and write English
$48,754 annual, 40-hour work week and is not negotiable.
The County offers a comprehensive benefit package.
For consideration, please fill
out our online employment form as well as attach a copy
of your cover letter and resume.
County of Morris makes all efforts to complete the application
accessible to any and all users. If you would like to contact us
regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance
completing the application process, please contact Shana Aria at
EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled Contact
County of Morris
Department of Planning and Public Works
Division of Mosquito Control
Sales – Mosquito Control Products & Services
(Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware)
position is perfect for someone with a
passion for making money,
achieving results, and for doing good work in the environment!
Clarke – the leading provider of solutions for the aquatic
habitat management and mosquito control industries is seeking to
hire an Outside Sales
professional to drive the growth of our mosquito control products
and services business in the Delaware Valley.
YOU CAN EXPECT
With Clarke, you are not just pushing for the sale.
You are a trusted consultant.
Designing and offering solutions to help your customers to
control mosquitoes and the risk of mosquito borne disease within
As you would expect in an outside sales role, your schedule will
vary depending on the time of the year.
During the Spring and Summer months, you can expect to spend
a significant amount of time traveling and calling on mosquito
control districts, municipalities, and homeowner associations to
help them to prepare for and manage their busy mosquito season.
During other parts of the year, you will conduct educational
workshops, attend regional and national meetings, develop your sales
strategy, plan, forecast and budget, and participate in customer
trials to provide support and stewardship in the launch of Clarke's
innovative mosquito control products.
This position offers a
highly competitive salary +
commission + plus bonus
compensation package and a
comprehensive benefit package that will include health
insurance, 401k plan, and a company provided vehicle.
Clarke lives up to its mission to make communities more livable,
safe and comfortable.
We are a global public health products and services Company that
pioneers, develops, and delivers environmentally responsible aquatic
services and mosquito control solutions to create healthy waterways,
control nuisances and prevent disease.
We are looking for coworkers who are passionate about sustainable
living, caring for our planet and other people.
We value the hard work and time that our team puts in, and
have not forgotten that without them, we could not be successful.
FOR THIS ROLE
3+ years outside sales/business development experience in a similar
or related industry (i.e., mosquito control, aquatic services,
biological products, agchem, wastewater treatment, etc.).
Experience working with or calling on municipals and governmental
accounts is a plus.
The ability to create a compelling presentation of solutions that
serve the customer’s needs and support Clarke’s reputation as a
trusted leader in the market.
Mechanical aptitude and abilities.
Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills.
Computer proficiency and ability to create and produce reports,
business correspondence and presentations.
Ability to effectively partner with employees, management,
department and cross-functional teams to meet goals, exceed customer
expectations, and to support the mission, vision and values of the
Candidate should reside in the Delaware Valley area and be
able to work out of a home office.
If you are excited about what you’ve read and feel that you are
right for this role, please submit your resume and relevant
Click here to access our online job board.
Be sure to check out our website (www.clarke.com)
to learn more about how Clarke is helping to make the world more
livable, safe & comfortable.
is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer
Seasonal Assistant Inspector
WARREN COUNTY MOSQUITO CONTROL COMMISSION
PO Box 388 ~ 2 Furnace Street
Oxford, New Jersey 07863-0388
is now accepting applications for the position of
Seasonal Assistant Inspector.
The position runs May- August, Monday through Friday from
8-4. Interviews taking place now.
Training will take place during Spring break or late winter
depending upon the successful applicant’s schedule.
The position entails inspecting larval mosquito
habitats within Warren County, setting adult mosquito traps and
responding to resident service requests.
Training for this position will be provided, which will
include obtaining a NJ Pesticide Operator or Applicator license.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, hold
a valid driver’s license and have a background in Biological or
This position pays $12/ hour.
For more information
and an application please call
Equal Opportunity Employer
Mosquito Identification Specialist
Morris County Mosquito Control Division