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    As Grand County's paper of record, The Times-Independent publishes public notices of many kinds submitted to the newspaper from local people and institutions.

    1 positionFull-time

    BRIEF DESCRIPTION:

    Work for the Moab Mosquito Abatement District doing field inspection and treatment of mosquito larvae and trap and target servicing. Job is outdoors and can be physically demanding – often with hot, humid, and otherwise challenging working conditions. A complete job description can be obtained by emailing moabmosquito@gmail.com

    PARTIAL QUALIFICATIONS: Applicant must be at least 18 years of age, a high school graduate or equivalent, have or obtain a Utah driver’s license, and have or be able to obtain a non-commercial (or commercial) pesticide applicator license in category 8 (public health). (Training for this license will be provided during first weeks of work.)

    WAGE: $17.00 per hour (before completing pesticide applicator license requirement) or $18 per hour (after obtaining pesticide applicator license) through the first season. $19 – $20+ per hour in second and subsequent seasons or with significant experience in mosquito control. Overtime is paid at time-and-a-half.

    BENEFITS: Paid holidays match those of Grand County. Medical insurance after 30 days. Employees rehired for second and subsequent seasons may be eligible for 401K and retirement benefits.

    WORK PERIOD: Starts March 2020 and will probably continue through October, depending on weather and other factors. Work week is 40 hours, and overtime may be required.

    HOW TO APPLY: Email moabmosquito@gmail for job application and complete Job Description.

    Applications will be screened by the Moab Mosquito Abatement District Manager and selected applicants will be interviewed by invitation.

    The Moab Mosquito Abatement District is an equal-opportunity employer.

    Published in The Times-Independent, Moab, Utah, July 16 and 23, 2020.

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