Join Our Mosquito and Tick Management Team
You Can Help Protect Public Health From Vector-Borne Diseases
Vector Disease Control International (VDCI) takes pride in providing municipalities, county, and state entities as well as mosquito abatement districts with the tools they need to run effective mosquito control programs. Our mosquito management professionals offer supplemental services to existing mosquito surveillance and control efforts as well as operate comprehensive Integrated Mosquito Management (IMM) programs. Our team has also played an integral role in emergency response efforts following major flood events and disease outbreak situations. We are determined to protect the public health of the communities in which we operate.
VDCI is Currently Hiring For the Following Positions
JOB TITLE: 2019 SEASONAL MOSQUITO CONTROL TECHNICIANS
Our Mosquito Control Technicians are seasonal employees on the front line in the fight against West Nile virus and other mosquito-borne illnesses and are critical to the success of our integrated mosquito control programs. If you enjoy working outdoors and you have an interest in entomology, field biology, and/or public health this is a great job and an excellent way to gain valuable field experience. These positions have proven to be a wonderful fit for college students, teachers, school bus drivers, retirees, high school graduates, and anyone dedicated to improving their community through full time outdoor work from May through September (depending on the area of the country).
Seasonal Mosquito Control Technician positions will be posted as needed.
We currently have openings in the following states:
- Boulder County, CO (send questions or resumes to email@example.com)
- Northern Colorado Loveland, Fort Collins, Windsor (send questions or resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Richardson, TX (send questions or resumes to email@example.com)
- 30 – 40 hours per week
- Must be 18 years or older and have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record.
- Reading maps/aerial photos, prior field biology experience, knowledge of aquatic ecology, and outdoor work experience is helpful but not necessary.
You will learn all about mosquitoes, their life cycle, their biology, and most importantly, how to reduce their populations safely and effectively. You will learn where mosquitoes breed and spend your days outside looking for larval mosquito habitats and treating it with environmentally safe products that target mosquitoes in their aquatic larval life stage. You will work with residents in our area to resolve their individual mosquito problems and be part of making everyone’s quality of life better.
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If you have interest in learning more about the above position(s) or you would like to learn about another opportunity, please send your resume or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org