Who May Apply: Any Qualified Applicant
Employment Status: Casual – 40 hrs. per week
Salary Range: $21.43-$28.80/hr.
Posting Opens: Open Until Filled
DEPARTMENT / OFFICE
This position is with the Lewis County Weed Program, located at 351 NW North St., Chehalis, WA 98532
Under close supervision, acts as a team member to develop and implement the County’s noxious weed control-management program for the Lewis County Noxious Weed Control Board. Respond to information requests and noxious weed reports/complaints from residents and landowners. Provide information to the public about noxious weed control projects. Conduct field surveys to identify, document and map noxious weed infestations.
*This is a temporary position with projected staffing dates of May through October.
HOW TO APPLY
Application materials and job description are available online at https://jobs.lewiscountywa.gov/. Application packets may be requested by calling 360-740-1408.
All application materials must be received in the Weed or Human Resource Department.
Applicants with disabilities who need accommodation with the application and/or selection process should contact the ADA Coordinator, Human Resources at 360-740-1408 or 740-1480 TTY.
Lewis County accepts no responsibility for completeness of applications, the timely delivery or the loss or damage of data when sent by email, fax, U.S. Postal Service, private carrier, delivery service, or other provider. Application materials received by Lewis County become the property of the County.
WHO MAY APPLY
This recruitment is open to any qualified applicant who meets the minimum qualifications and can perform the essential functions, with or without accommodations, and possesses the knowledge, skills and abilities as identified in the job description.
The following items are REQUIRED for your application to be considered complete and for you to be considered for this recruitment.
Note: ALL sections of the application must be complete. “See resume” is not acceptable.
- Lewis County Employment Application
- Authorization to Release Information
- Cover Letter
- High School Graduate or GED Certificate and one year’s college credits toward Associate’s Degree program in Bio Science, Business Administration, Public Administration, or related field, or current student in same course work, or one year’s work experience in environmental science and natural resources
- A valid Driver’s License is
Specific technical training and certifications in pesticide application from the Washington State Department of Agriculture may be required
Guidelines for completing an application: https://lewiscountywa.gov/departments/human-resources/guidelines-for-completing-an-application/
For more information and to apply: https://jobs.lewiscountywa.gov/#560