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Job Posting - VERMONT Fish Culture Engineer


"Good, Shawn" <[log in to unmask]>


Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>


Wed, 19 Mar 2008 10:52:50 -0400





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Job Announcement


Fish Culture Engineer (Maintenance Supervisor)


Location: Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife, Grand Isle, VT


Responsibilities: Permanent, full time position at the Ed Weed Fish
Culture Station. Duties include; responsibility of ensuring the
continuous and effective functioning of highly sophisticated equipment
(e.g. pumps, computer controllers, filters, generators, etc.
Responsibility of maintaining the operation of an on site wastewater
treatment facility. Establish and conduct a preventative maintenance
program for all operational equipment; assigning and supervising
maintenance activities at the facility. Respond to emergencies involving
equipment failures and take action to ensure that appropriate fish
rearing conditions are maintained or quickly restored. Trains all
facility personnel in maintenance, emergency response and safety
procedures. Arrange for repairs or maintenance that cannot be
accomplished by staff. Assist in the oversight of capital projects at
the facility. Participate in fish culture activities and assist in
public outreach efforts. Provide engineering assistance for the four
other Vermont Fish and Wildlife fish culture stations. Develop capital
appropriation requests and collaborate in the planning of future
upgrades to all five fish culture stations. Work is performed under the
direction of the station Fish Culture Specialist VI. On site housing is
provided as condition of employment.


Minimum Qualifications: Education: Education: Bachelor's degree in
electrical or mechanical engineering.


Experience: Two years work experience in electrical/mechanical systems.


Notes: Or Associates degree in electrical or mechanical engineering with
four years work experience in electrical/mechanical systems or a
bachelor's degree in an engineering discipline with four years work
experience in electrical/mechanical systems, or high school graduation
or GED equivalent with six years work experience in
electrical/mechanical systems.

Incumbents must acquire a pesticide applicator's license, a wastewater
II operator's certificate and successfully complete the Division's
training course in fish culture.


Starting Salary: Pay grade 23 ($19.50/hr, $20.43/hr) upon successful
completion of six-month probationary period, plus 20% base weekly salary
per week as compensation for all overtime worked.


Closing Date: 4/15/08


Contact: Kevin Kelsey (802) 372-3171 [log in to unmask]


Apply online at <>





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