King County is accepting applications until February 11, 2018 to fill an opening for a Noxious Weed Control Specialist II. This is a full-time equivalent, year-round, benefit-eligible position. See the King County Jobs website for complete information and application instructions (search for Noxious Weed Control Specialist II).
Here is a snapshot of the position:
Job Title: Noxious Weed Control Specialist II
Closing Date/Time: Sun. 02/11/18 11:59 PM Pacific Time
Salary: $26.05 – $33.01 Hourly
Job Type: Career Service, Full Time, 40 hrs/week
Location: King Street Center, 201 S Jackson St, Seattle, Washington 98104
Department: Department of Natural Resources & Parks – Water and Land Resources Division
Who may apply: Open to the general public
WORK SCHEDULE: This position is based on a 40-hour work week and is covered by the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act and therefore overtime eligible. The workweek is normally 8:00a.m. – 5:00p.m., Monday through Friday. Attendance at meetings outside of normal working hours may be required.
Contact: For questions about this recruitment, please contact Erika Yanak, Human Resource Analyst at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 206-477-0320.
SUMMARY OF JOB DESCRIPTION:
The King County Noxious Weed Control Program works to prevent and reduce the economic, environmental and social impacts of noxious weeds in King County. The program’s focus is to achieve voluntary control of noxious weeds through education and technical assistance to landowners. Where this fails, regulatory compliance procedures may be used. The person hired for this Noxious Weed Control Specialist II position will work closely with the Regional Specialists Supervisor, Program Manager and other agencies and private landowners to develop and implement noxious weed control activities in a defined region of the county. The person will be responsible for the noxious weed control outputs in that region.
For the full position description and application information, go to www.kingcounty.gov/jobs.
For more information about the Noxious Weed Control Program, go to www.kingcounty.gov/weeds.
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